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Do most of you actually turn off the bike when you're done and is that important?

I haven't typically turned it off it seems to shut down on its own but don't know if this is bad practice.
 

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The Bike will turn off on its own after inactivity.
There are different settings for you to select different time periods for shut down . 1 min . 2 min. Etc….
I do not SHUT DOWN , unless I am unplugging to move it . Good luck
 

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Do most of you actually turn off the bike when you're done and is that important?

I haven't typically turned it off it seems to shut down on its own but don't know if this is bad practice.
I do because
Do most of you actually turn off the bike when you're done and is that important?

I haven't typically turned it off it seems to shut down on its own but don't know if this is bad practice.
i do in case there’s a power outage. I prefer not to have my bike fried!😮😮😧😧
 

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After you finish using it for a while, it will automatically go to sleep mode. This will allow it to download any new system updates and features, ensuring your device is the latest & greatest on your next use. However, sleep mode will still consume a minimal amount of power. If you're trying to maximize your home's energy savings (and reduce your bills), you may want to turn the power off completely. If not, then you just leave it in sleep mode like that and it's okay.
 
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