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10 Valley Forge Plaza, Washington, IL 61571 | Phone: 309.444.2098 | Email
Hours: Mon - Thurs 9-6, Fri 9-8, Sat 9-4, Closed Sun
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Feature Items

  • Vision Fitness TF40 Classic Treadmill

    The TF40 folding treadmill utilizes a powerful 3.0 CHP digital drive system and a 2-ply maintenance-free belt. The workout area is a spacious 152 x 51 cm/60" x 20", and… [more]

  • Vision Fitness ST710 Home Gym

    The ST710 may be the most versatile piece of strength equipment on the market today, due to the small amount of floor space it occupies. This unit features a unique… [more]

  • Vision Fitness XF 40 Classic Elliptical

    The XF40 features a highly durable, welded-steel frame design with patented folding pedal arms that allow compact storage. The overlapping pedal motion and long stride… [more]

  • Body-Solid G6B Bi-Angular Home Gym

    The Bi-Angular press arms of the G6B guide you through the optimal natural range-of-motion while applying resistance from two directions simulaneously. This smooth,… [more]

  • Vision Fitness R20 Classic Recumbent Bike

    The R20 Classic offers a step-thru recumbent frame design for easy access to the seated position. The Comfort Arcâ„¢ seat with lumbar support provides just the right… [more]


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Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day


A device that usually attaches to the bicycle frame and rubs against the tire to produce electricity to illuminate your lighting system via pedal power rather than batteries.

Joe's Daily Cycling Tip

Check Chain Wear - If you ride a lot, you should inspect your chain every six months or so to see if it should be replaced. Check chain wear by leaning your bike against a wall and pushing on a pedal to load the chain. Then, pick any chain pin on the top of the chain and measure to any pin 12 inches away. Because the links are exactly an inch long when new, you should be able to measure exactly 12 inches between two pins. If the measurement is 12 1/8 inches, or longer, it's time to replace the chain. Keep in mind, that when you replace the chain, you may also need to replace the cassette because they wear at approximately the same rate.

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10 Valley Forge Plaza, Washington, IL 61571 (map)

Phone: 309.444.2098 | Email

Hours: Mon - Thurs 9-6, Fri 9-8, Sat 9-4, Closed Sun