Spin bikes have largely replaced real bikes. It’s crazy! While a large swath of Americans elects to spin on a regular basis, few choose to ride their bikes to and from work each day. So given that spike bikes are the biggest thing to hit planet earth since sliced bread, let’s discuss them now.
Yes, spin bikes can be expensive, but here are the so-called “budget friendly” ones.
Sunny SF-B1001 Indoor Cycling Bike
If you’re looking for a nicely priced, yet effective spin bike, the Sunny Health & Fitness SF-B1001 Indoor Cycling Bike is calling your name. It’s perfect for a low-impact workout you can do whenever spinning duty calls.
It features an adjustable seat and handlebars just like a much more expensive bike, but it also has a 90 days manufacturer warranty. So if you decide that it performs TOO much like a cheap bike, you can take it back and get a better one.
Sunny Health & Fitness SF-B111OS Indoor Cycling Bike Review
This 44 pounder is on the heavier end of spin bikes. Its sturdy frame helps riders feel more stability during high-intensity workouts.
It also comes with detachable wheels in case riders want to take the bike elsewhere.
Sunny Health & Fitness SF-B901 Pro
Another good decision in the realm of performance meets affordability, this Sunny Health & Fitness offering is pretty much straight to the point.
It’s certainly a lot more lightweight than most spin bikes, making it great for a certain style of rider.
The greatest part is the price. Although it’s not dirt cheap, $300 isn’t too bad either.
Exerpeutic LX7 Training Cycle with Computer Monitor and Heart Pulse Sensors
Constructed of metal and steel, this is one heavy duty spin bike, to say the least. It comes with an ergonomic seat, which is all the rage in 2017, as well as floor stabilizers, a three piece crank feature with chain drive, and an emergency stop brake in case things get too hot for you to handle.
It’s robust computer features include a time counter, speed counter, distance counter, and LCD display.
At only $270, it’s kind of a steal. Perfect for those with a budget just under $300.
And there you have it. Everything else is ridiculously expensive, and if you’re a novice, simply not worth it.
— Cal-EZ (@cal_EZ) August 9, 2017