There is an abundance of exercise bikes, free wheel bikes, indoor training bikes and recumbent bikes on the market. Question is, what’s the difference and how do they benefit you?
The Picos Exercise Bike is a robust fitness machine with a very thick, strong frame and an impressive maximum user weight of 150KG. The stylish but simple, back-lit LCD console displays time, RPM, distance, calories, watt / power output and heart rate.
The Golf S4 Exercise Bike helps serious cyclists as well as those training for a race improve their fitness in a home gym. The electronically controlled magnetic resistance includes 15 stages to increase the pressure in order to improve performance.
The Cycle R Recumbent Bike has a secure and comfy seating position ideal for people who find mounting a standard exercise bike difficult. The adjustable seat is quick and easy to change while a low step-in height gets you working with ease.
The Cycle P Exercise Bike is great value fitness equipment with many helpful features to get you active at home. This entry level exercise bike is ideal for a new fitness regime with 12 programmes for structured training and 16 stage resistance.