DRC Keiser machine

The Derby Recreation Commission voted to approve the purchase of 21 new Keiser M3i Indoor Cycles. 

The Derby Recreation Commission unanimously approved the addition of 21 new Keiser M3i Indoor Cycles at its June 11 board meeting.

Plans were presented due to staff recommendation of getting the bikes delivered and installed prior to annual maintenance and the August membership pricing changes.

“We feel with updates in technology and changes made over time, we researched what would be best out on the market,” DRC Director of Facilities Darcie Parkhurst said. “We’ve been anticipating this replacement for several years.”

 Purchase history of DRC Cycle Studio
 YEAR PURCHASE
 2004 16 Lemond Revmaster bikes
2009  Five additional bikes
2013  Four new bikes, four from 2004 move to track area
2019  Purchase approved of 21 new bikes

According to Parkhurst, per bike bids were placed for Keiser ($1,396.50), a Lemond RevMaster Pro ($1,499.00) and a Precor Spinner ($2,400.00). The Keiser bid was selected based on price and staff preference.

The company will also be used to ship, assemble and install the bikes at the DRC. That bid ($32,188.84) was taken over MidStates Fitness ($38,850.00).

The DRC budgeted $133,050.00 in its capital improvements. Expenditures to date sit at $45,784.52, leaving a balance of $87,265.48.

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