✅ TOP 5: Best Exercise Bike 2019

✅ TOP 5: Best Exercise Bike 2019


Are you looking for the best exercise bike? In this video we’ll break down the top exercise
bikes available whilst comparing them for price versus performance. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best exercise bikes on the market, we have included links in the description for
each product mentioned, so make sure you check those out to see which one is in your budget
range. Starting off at number 1 we have the Exerpeutic
4000 Magnetic Recumbent Bike. Who said a fat-blasting cardio workout session
had to be unpleasant? No one who has ever eased himself or herself
into the plush seat of the Exerpeutic 4000 Recumbent Bike, certainly. This superlative home exercise stationary
bike has a generously padded seat the cradles your core while promoting airflow, a mesh
backrest that offers plenty of support while keeping you cool, and padded armrests that
keep your elbows and forearms comfortable even as your legs churn away at the bike’s
magnetic tension system. The Exerpeutic 4000 offers 24 different levels
of tension, so whether you’re just starting to exercise for the first time in years or
you’re looking for a way to stay fit between century rides, this bike will offer just the
right level of challenge for you. It also comes with 12 workout programs, so
you can tailor your exercise sessions to suit your fitness goals and your personal preferences. While you’re using the bike, an onboard computer
will track metrics including distance, RPMs, your heart rate, and even the watts of power
generated. And while this is a larger bike that will
take up some room in the home, it’s lightweight enough to be rolled into the corner after
each use. One satisfied owner calls it “sturdy and super
quiet at all speeds,” adding that the “seat is extremely comfortable.” Another buyer says the Exerpeutic 4000 Magnetic
Recumbent Bike offers “everything I want” in a stationary bike. A TopFitnessMag.com review calls the Exerpeutic
4000 a great choice for people who are of medium to “bigger proportions” who want to
shed the “extra pounds.” A write up from IndoorsFitness.com praises
the “advanced console” the bike features, noting its many programs and its connection
to a fitness tracker app. At number 2 we have the Marcy Recumbent Mag
Cycle exercise bike. Let’s be clear here: the Marcy Recumbent Mag
Cycle is a pretty basic stationary bike. The onboard “computer” tracks time, speed,
distance, and approximates likely calories burned, but it’s not going to offer you customizable
workout programs like you get with many more advanced, expensive exercise bikes. But what this low-cost bike will do is help
you burn calories, lose weight, and tone your muscles, which is all those other bikes do
anyway, just with fancier features. The Marcy Recumbent Mag Cycles offers eight
different intensities of magnetic resistance, so it suits people of varied fitness levels. Using these eight settings, you can create
your own workout program by switching up the difficulty during the session. While in operation, the Marcy Recumbent bike
is quiet and stable, suitable for use while you watch TV or with kids sleeping in the
room next door. While this is a more basic option than many
exercise bikes, its low cost makes it a great choice for those on a budget or who aren’t
sure they’ll use it much and thus hesitant to make a large investment. One satisfied owner calls her Marcy Recumbent
Mag Cycle “very quiet” and a “good value for the money.” Another was happy to find that the “assembly
was easier than [he] thought it would be.” A writer from BikesReviewed.com called the
Marcy Recumbent “easy to mount and dismount,” a safety quality that makes it ideal for seniors. A BestWomensWorkoutReview.com piece called
it a “budget-friendly exercise bike.” At number 3 we have the XTERRA FB150 Folding
Exercise Bike. Ironically, the best thing about the XTERRA
FB150 Folding Exercise Bike is how little you’ll see of it most of the time. When folded up, this bike occupies just 17-inches
by 18-inches of floor space, so it can be stuffed in a closet, tucked behind a door,
or even laid flat and slid beneath a bed that sits well above the ground. Not only can you stash this folding stationary
bike just about anywhere, but you can use it almost anywhere, too. Even when deployed for use, the bike measures
only 18-inches wide and 32-inches in length, so it will fit even in a smaller room. The XTERRA FB150 Folding Exercise Bike has
an adjustable padded seat so it can accommodate riders of varied height, and its curved, multi-grip
handlebars allow you to grasp on wherever is most comfortable. When you take hold of the pulse grips set
at the sides of the handlebars, you can keep track of your heart rate, helping you achieve
ideal cardio intensity. The bike’s small onboard computer also tracks
time, speed, distance, and calories burned. A simple dial adjusts the resistance difficulty,
which is spread across eight settings. An EXTERRA FB150 owner named Mary calls it
“fantastic” and loved the bike’s ease of assembly and how “comfortable and easy to use” it proved
to be. A buyer called Ashley said it was “quiet”
and perfect for a “workout while watching TV.” A HealthFitnessCritique.com review called
this compact bike easy to fold down and tuck away “when you’re not using it” and said was
easy to “put together in less than half an hour with the clear instructions and simple
tools in the box.” At number 4 we have the VIVE Pedal Exerciser. No, the VIVE Pedal Exerciser is not a stationary
bike, exactly. But the type of exercise it fosters and the
benefits therein gained are quite similar to those achieved with a standard exercise
bike, and this from a unit that costs a fraction of the price and stows away in any home, office,
dorm room, or that can be loaded into the trunk of a car and brought along on the road. At just 12.5-inches in height, the VIVE Pedal
Cruiser slips under a desk or table with ease, allowing you to exercise while you work, watch
TV, read, surf the web, or any of the other countless activities we do while seated in
the course of our modern lives. An LCD screen set into the compact unit tracks
metrics including RPMs, speed, distance, and approximate calories burned. But perhaps the best thing about this unique
pedal machine is that it doesn’t have to be used only as an under-desk leg exerciser;
the VIVE Pedal Exerciser can also be set up on your desk or table for an arm workout. Just grab the pedals with your hands, set
the right resistance level, and spin away to build arm muscles and burn calories as
part of a complete body workout. With hundreds of reviews posted on Amazon,
the VIVE Pedal Exerciser enjoys a strong 4-star rating. An owner named Patty calls it “high quality
with advanced features,” while a fitness fan named Nina found it “very sturdy but not too
heavy to move around.” A Top5Reviewed.com write up called the VIVE
Pedal Exerciser a “multi-purpose” device perfect for “low-impact workout” sessions for the
arms and legs. A HealthierLand.com review called it “portable
and petite” and ready for use “anywhere you please.” And for our final pick at number 5 we have
the Schwinn Classic Cruiser fitness bike. I have a Schwinn Classic Cruiser stationary
bike, and I love it. Everyone who sees this bright red vintage-style
bike perched there in a corner of my basement remarks on its great looks, and having used
the bike plenty, I can tell you that this thing not only looks great, but it works great,
too. Once you get past the unique looks, in fact,
you get to the actual stuff that matters here. The Schwinn Classic Cruiser stationary bike
offers seven levels of resistance that are controlled by a lever set atop the right handlebar. On the left handlebar sits a manual timer,
the kind you twist to set and that clicks along then dings when the time is up. But when the bike is plugged in and connected
to your tablet via Bluetooth, you’ll quickly realize that it’s vintage only in styling. The bike works with multiple popular fitness
and cycling apps, including a proprietary Schwinn Classic Cruiser App and the celebrated
Ride Social app. With an iPad or other tablet set into the
bike’s attached media shelf, you can connect with riders around the globe and/or take a
virtual ride through lands including the Australian Outback, the plateaus of Tibet, or numerous
major metro areas. Using an app, you can also enjoy myriad pre-programmed
workouts that will maximize the enjoyment of and benefits derived from using this handsome
exercise bike. A Schwinn Classic Cruiser owner named Elisabeth
loved the “sturdiness and simplicity” of the design and appreciated the “extra soft” seat
that made it suitable for extended use. And for me, I love that the action of the
magnetic resistance wheel remains smooth even at more challenging settings. A DudeIWantThat.com review called the Classic
Cruiser “vintage only in looks” and praised its “range of modern features,” while a CoolThings.com
article noted how its “integrated transport wheels let you easily move it around” a room. So that sums up our top exercise bikes of
2019. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
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