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June 18, 2014


111 Canfield Avenue, Suite A1
Randolph, New Jersey USA 07869
Contact: Michael Klausner, Screaming Garlic, 888-346-4161



Randolph, NJ – Landice, the leading made-in-the-USA treadmill manufacturer, announced the introduction of their new line of upright and recumbent bikes for home and light commercial applications.
The U7 upright and R7 recumbent bikes are new additions to Landice’s growing family of high-end, commercial-grade fitness equipment, which also include an awarding-winning line of treadmills and ellipticals. The U7 LTD and R7 LTD are available specifically for the light commercial markets.
“We have been asked by our dealers over the years to include Landice-specific bikes to our treadmill and elliptical offerings. For them, it would be a way to provide a well-rounded set of high-end and trusted fitness equipment,” according to Carissa Saalfelder, Director of Sales at Landice. “After careful research and testing, we are delighted to make available a series of commercial-grade upright and recumbent bikes that meet Landice standards both for the home and light commercial facilities.”

The step-through recumbent and upright bikes provide the style and durability found in all Landice products. Our bikes offer one of the best warranties in the industry with a 7-year parts/1-year labor for residential use, and a 5-year/5000 hour parts/1-year labor for light commercial use.
The Landice bikes are self-powered and come with a comprehensive list of workout feedback applications and a full-range of built-in and user programs that will engage riders of all levels. The Landice U7 and R7 series are engineered, assembled and tested in the USA.
Landice is a Randolph, NJ-based manufacturer of high-end, specialty fitness equipment for residential and light commercial environments (hotels, condos/apartment complexes, senior centers).  A second-generation family-run business since 1967, Landice is one of the only fitness equipment companies to manufacture and assemble their treadmills solely in the USA.  Landice offers a Lifetime Warranty on many of its products and is consistently rated as one of the top in industry rankings (Runners World, Consumer Reports).  Further information on Landice is available at: www.landice.com


August 7, 2013


111 Canfield Avenue, Suite A1
Randolph, New Jersey USA 07869
Contact: Carissa Saalfelder, 973-927-9010



Randolph, NJ – Now available from Landice, the leading US treadmill manufacturer, is the latest product in their line of high-end, multi-purpose fitness equipment – the CX8 Elliptical Cross Trainer. The Landice CX8 offers the functionality of four key conditioning machines – a conventional elliptical, incline trainer, extreme hiker and core trainer – packaged economically in one unit.

“Landice studied the best elements of other leading ellipticals on the market today, and engineered a machine that offers all those features in one product,” according to Greg Savettiere, president of Landice. “With its patented electronic variable motion technology, both its incline and the shape of elliptical can be adjusted easily with a push of a button.” The Landice CX8 is capable of transforming a workout from conventional elliptical training to a more sophisticated ramp-based incline trainer, up to the motion of an extreme hiker. Where other ellipticals offer only stride length adjustments that flatten their traditional round ellipse patterns, the Landice CX8 can change its elliptical shape with its choice of 12 incline levels that work to engage more muscle groups and burn more calories for a more complete workout.

In addition to its lower body benefits, the Landice CX8 is designed with an exclusive counterrotational training arm for upper body strengthening. Through a converging arm motion, the user can experience a more natural arm swing similar to what is experienced when walking, jogging or running. This motion helps isolate abdominal muscles to target and tone the core.

Landice equips the unit with a series of arm grip and squat instructions that enable the user to cycle through various levels of exercises and experience a true cross-training workout unique in the industry. The Landice CX8 Elliptical Cross Trainer is engineered, assembled and tested in the USA.

Landice is a Randolph, NJ based manufacturer of high-end, specialty fitness equipment for residential and light commercial use (hotels, condos/apartment complexes, senior centers). A second-generation family run business for over 45 years, Landice is one of the only fitness equipment companies to manufacture and assemble their treadmills solely in the USA. Landice offers a 5 year Warranty on the CX8 products and is consistently rated as one of the top in industry rankings (Runners World, Consumer Reports).


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Read what the experts have to say. Landice consistently receives the best treadmill reviews and best elliptical ratings from leading consumer magazines and on-line review sites.


November 2014 - Runner's World

Rise of the Machines -- L8 Treadmill Review

"I love that you can change workouts in the middle of a run without completely starting over -- it kept my time and mileage when I changed programs." -- RW Gear Lab Tester


November 2013

Based in Randolph New Jersey, Landice is very proud of their legacy. As a second-generation family business which began in 1967, Landice is one of the only cardio equipment manufacturers who engineers, tests and assembles their products in the USA. And with more “Best Buy” awards than any other brand available worldwide, Landice is in a class of their own.
Built to commercial-grade spec, the L7 Pro Trainer represents the culmination of Landice quality. With its whisper-quiet 4 HP continuous duty motor, rust-free, aircraft-quality aluminum frame, 20” x 58” surface featuring VFX and Pro Trainer console, it should come as no surprise to know that this Landice is one of the very best treadmills on the market and the 2014 FIT PROF Head of the Class BEST BUY treadmill under $4,000 for the second time.


World's Leading Consumer Product Review Publication

Landice was top rated by a leading consumer magazine in 2012, 2011 and 2010. Rated #1 in 2013, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005 and 2004.

Runner's World

February 2012

Feel the breeze from the perfectly tuned fan. Watch the animated runner tick off miles on the console's full-color screen, which sits between beautifully simple, easy-to-use buttons. If the animation isn't enough, pick your head up and gaze at the 15-inch-screen LCD TV straight ahead of you. It has a DVD player built in, just in case you're going to be here for a while. Or look down, below the fan, to where your iPod sits docked above the console screen. Chest-thumping sound pours from stereo speakers, jamming your power song as you stride across the inch-thick deck. Set the speed faster. The motor caught right up, didn't it? Same with the incline--make any changes and this machine is on it.

Consumer Search

The Landice L7 is built for serious runners, with a powerful 4 continuous horsepower motor to drive its generous 20-by-58-inch belt. Reviewers say the L7's deck is extremely stable and well cushioned. Its bumper-to-bumper warranty can be transferred to a new owner, which is unheard of in the fitness equipment industry.
Best Reviewed, 2013. (Original Article).

Runner's World

Landice L7
Executive Trainer

Special Features: "Computer-animated LCD video screen shows a large menu of data including running situations (road, track, vertical climbs), Heart rate zone timer, program setups and a training calendar; memory stores information for up to 6 different users; programs have built-in warm-up and cool-down; reversible deck."
Bottom Line: "An exceptionally solid, stable machine with a unique multi-feature display."
Also named fastest treadmill in seconds - from 0 to 10 mph in 16 seconds.

Runner's World

Running in Place: Top treadmills to keep you going year-round

Landice L8 Cardio Trainer
Simply put: The L8 can take a pounding. While many of the other units in this review are made from steel, the L8 is constructed from super-strong, aircraft-quality aluminum--delivering durability that's ideal for runners who push their equipment to the limit.
Treadmill Doctor

Rated "Best Buy." (Click here.)

Men's Fitness

Landice L7 - Executive Trainer
“If you want the best - and can afford it - the L7 is the bad boy. ”
“With sold design, VFX shock-absorption system to soften impact, a rustproof aluminum frame and a four-ply belt, it's designed to handle the pounding of a lineman.”
“But the L7 has a sensitive side, too: A magnetic foot-plant monitoring system that corrects belt speed 30,000 times per second to eliminate belt surge. Electronics include six built-in and five user-defined programs, along with a sophisticated, yet easy to use, display with interactive graphics such as lifelike computer animation and a training calendar for up to six users. Also included is a fully automatic heart rate control program and wireless heart rate.”

Runner's World

Runners World Magazine published the results of their customer satisfaction survey of over 2000 readers who owned or used a treadmill at health clubs or corporate fitness gyms. The readers were asked to rate the treadmills on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being the highest rating. The following is a list of the top results:
Company & Rating

  • Landice: 8.8
  • Precor: 8.7
  • PaceMaster: 8.6
  • Quinton: 8.6
  • Trotter: 8.6
  • Star Trac By Unisen: 8.5
  • True Fitness: 8.5
  • Life Fitness: 8.4