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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).


Don't just take our word for it.

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.


ConsumerGuide Best Buy

Rarely are Best Buy selections chosen from the higher price points because value is a key consideration in any buy being the best. The Landice Road Runner L8 is an exception of sorts to this rule, because this treadmill is so unique in its design.
Quality and durability are certainly inherent in this top-of-the-line treadmill, but the automobile design is the thing. The design stays true to the illusion in every detail. You start the treadmill's operation with an ignition key. You increase speed with a red-knobbed gear shift, and there's an identical gear shift to control the level of incline. Add to this a built-in six-disc CD player and it's "zoom, zoom, zoom." Other automobile-like features of the console are round analog speedometers and a track display to diagram the distance run on the oval track--and all this inside a realistic replica of a late model car radio faceplate. Non-concept features are a brushed aluminum frame, 3-hp continuous-duty engine, and Landice's trademark VFX shock absorption system. It may seem a bit pricey, but to see it is to believe it. The Landice Road Runner L8 is a special Best Buy.
"Top of the Line"
 Landice prides themselves on manufacturing treadmills, and their focus pays off in units like the L7. The four-ply belt and VFX shock-absorption system work wonders, but the real magic is in the control panel. It features the latest applications of computer graphics down to animation of a runner in a little screen in the center of the console. There are six user-designed programs that can be altered to your own specifications, along with seven built-in programs for the unimaginative. The computer even allows for six different training calendars so everyone in the family can follow their own plan. A magnetic foot-plant monitoring system is constantly correcting belt speed to eliminate belt surge. The L7 features a rust-proof aluminum frame. The Landice L7 Executive Trainer is surely top of the line. 

Treadmill Sensei

Best Buy Award Winner: Best Buy Treadmill From $4000 and Over
For 30+ years, Landice has been the cream of the crop for high end treadmills and this year is no different. The Landice L7 Cardio trainer treadmill is the perfect combination of performance, design and cost.
The Landice Cardio Trainer series is the best treadmill in a brand of excellent treadmills and gets 5 gold buddahs out of 5 from the Sensei.

All Ellipticals: Best of the Best, 2011

This high-end treadmill company began building Landice elliptical trainers in 2008. After a successful launch, they quickly became the major manufacturer for ellipticals and set the bar — just as they did with treadmills, a market they have led for over 30 years.
The company manufactures two E Series trainers in their Randolph, NJ, factory: the residential model Landice E8 Elliptimill and the commercial model Landice E9 Elliptimill. Landice elliptical trainers are well-designed, well-built machines made with quality components and are backed by lifetime warranties. Right out of the gate, the Elliptimills rank among the Best of the Best in ellipticals.

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Eye On Fitness: ACE Internet Poll
Links Home Treads to Awards

The American Council on Exercise (ACE) announced the winners of their first-ever "Excellence in Customer Satisfaction" awards. Awards were bestowed following an online random sample polling of 20,000 home treadmill owners nation wide.
Landice Treadmills was awarded the Excellence in Customer Satisfaction in the "more than $2000 category".
The best treadmill reviews are on Landice treadmills!

Men's Journal

"Gear of the Year"
"Looking to the automotive world for inspiration, Landice created a treadmill with the brushed aluminum finish of an Audi TT, the round, red-and-white analog gauges of a ’55 T-bird, and the audio console of a Lexus SC 430. Under the hood it’s powered by a 3 hp engine that exceeds health club standards and pushes its top speed to 12 mph – a very respectable pace."