Where is the Echelon Button On The Bike Console?

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The Echelon button is an important feature of the bike console that allows you to control your bike, turn it off and on, and sync your device with it. It’s located on the right side of the bike’s handlebars, near the power button.

When pressed, the Echelon button will beep, and the light will flash to indicate that it has been activated. This is a great way to ensure that you are always connected to your device while using your bike. Additionally, pressing this button can help you troubleshoot any issues you may experience with your bike since it can provide a quick and easy way to reset any settings or connections.

Once you have pressed the Echelon button, you can then access all of its features by going into the app on your device. Here you will be able to see all of its settings as well as connect any devices that need to be synced up with your bike. You should also be able to monitor all of your performance data such as speed, distance traveled, and calories burned.

In addition to being able to use the Echelon button for troubleshooting purposes, it’s also great for those times when you need to quickly turn off or unplug your bike from a power outlet. All you have to do is press the Echelon button twice in quick succession and then unplug the bike from its power source. This makes it convenient and easy when needing a quick powering down of your equipment.

Overall, having an Echelon button on your bike console is an incredibly helpful feature that allows for more efficient operation if anything should ever go wrong with your bike or equipment in general. It’s easy enough for anyone to find and use without needing any extra training or instruction so take advantage of this great feature today!

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Turning On an Echelon Bike

To turn on your Echelon bike, press the Echelon button on the bike console. It should beep and the light will flash, indicating that it is powered on. If you have any difficulty turning it on, make sure you are pressing the correct button and that all cables are securely connected.

Turning Off Echelon on a Bike

To turn off Echelon on your bike, press and hold the power button on the console. You will see a prompt asking you to confirm the shutdown. Select “Yes” and your bike will power down. If your tablet is connected via Bluetooth, it will automatically disconnect from the bike when it powers down.

Turning On Bluetooth on an Echelon Bike

To turn on Bluetooth on your Echelon bike, first press the Echelon button on the console. Then open the app on your device and tap MORE at the bottom right, then SELECT EQUIPMENT. Choose connect bike and a screen will appear asking you to connect. Tap it, and a list of devices will appear. Select the device that corresponds to your Echelon bike and follow any further instructions that may appear. Once connected, you will be able to access all of your workout data through your device.

Using the Echelon Bike Without the App

To use the Echelon bike without the app, simply plug in the bike and start pedaling. You can adjust the resistance level by turning the knob located on the bike frame. The resistance will increase as you turn it clockwise, and decrease as you turn it counterclockwise. You won’t be able to see a specific resistance value without using the app, but you will still be able to adjust it to your desired intensity level.


The Echelon button is an essential part of the bike console and is used to turn off the tablet and the bike at once by unplugging it from the wall socket. It is also used for connecting to Bluetooth for the first time, which requires pressing the button and opening the app on your device. If neither of these solutions works, a new AC adapter or power receptacle may need replacing. In conclusion, the Echelon button is a crucial part of the operation of Echelon bikes and should be used correctly when necessary.

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Sanjeev Singh

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