Life Fitness Equipment Repair
Life Fitness has been manufacturing quality exercise equipment since 1977. They developed the industry’s first electronic stationary bike and have continued to produce innovative designs throughout the years. Life Fitness is best known for their treadmills, exercise bikes and ellipticals.
Our technicians are skilled at working with all types of Life Fitness equipment.
Life Fitness Treadmill Repair
Life Fitness started making treadmills in 1991 that have a reputation for being reliable and comfortable. If you are looking for repair or maintenance services for your Life Fitness treadmill, we work on all makes and models including:
- Elevation Series Treadmill
- Integrity Series Treadmill
- Active Series Treadmill
Life Fitness Exercise Bike Repair
Life Fitness’s first exercise bike was created 45 years ago, and it hasn’t stopped evolving since. If you’re having some issues with your LifeCycle exercise bike, we specialize in the repair and maintenance of all models, including:
- Elevation Series LifeCycle Upright Exercise Bike
- Integrity Series LifeCycle Upright Exercise Bike
- Activate Series LifeCycle Recumbent Exercise Bike
Life Fitness Elliptical Repair
Life Fitness ellipticals feel smooth, natural and comfortable. If your elliptical is no longer feeling this way, call us to perform maintenance and/or repairs. Here are some of the most popular models we’ve worked on:
- Elevation Series Elliptical Cross-Trainer
- Integrity Series Elliptical Cross-Trainer
- Active Series Elliptical Cross-Trainer
Maintaining Your Life Fitness Equipment
Life Fitness recommends that you regularly clean your treadmills, exercise bikes, ellipticals and steppers. You should also keep an eye out for any loose parts and make sure that the equipment is kept in a safe environment. If you’re interested in starting a service contract to maintain your Life Fitness equipment, complete our request a tech form online to get the process started.
If you have broken Life Fitness equipment that is out of warranty, we can diagnose and fix the problem. For machines still under warranty, check with your local technician to confirm they are able to help.