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Recumbent Bike Weight Capacity





Recumbent Bike Weight Capacity 500 Pounds - Bookshelf


363 pages

Richard's bicycle book

Creator: Richard Ballantine | Sports & Recreation - 1982-03-12

It has very good load-carrying capacity, does not require a dismount when stopped, will park without having to be propped ... These feature a rear platform with a load capacity of 500 pounds, and have a great variety of industrial and ...



140 pages

Kiplinger's Personal Finance

1993-04

Here's why: studies show that those over age 30 can lose at least a half-pound of muscle each year. Now NordicTrack's Total-Body Fitness SystemTM brings you a balanced workout on one compact machine! Its recumbent bike gives you an ...

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Kiplinger's personal finance

Business & Economics - 1993

Here's why: studies show that those over age 30 can lose at least a half-pound of muscle each year. Now NordicTrack's Total-Body Fitness SystemTM brings you a balanced workout on one compact machine! Its recumbent bike gives you an ...


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Maximum Weight Limits of Recumbent Bikes | LIVESTRONG.COM
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  • Exerpeutic

    Exerpeutic Folding Magnetic Upright Bike with Pulse

    Sports (Exerpeutic)

    Rating (0 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    Exerpeutic

    Was skeptical....

    I rarely write a product review + or -, unless the product is REALLY good or REALLY poor--I'm also not the easiest consumer to impress. I am happy to write a REALLY good review for the Exerpeutic folding exercise bike. I am 6'2'' @ 215 lbs with long legs and cycled quite a bit before injuries and schedules became a bit too busy, so I do know a fair amount about bikes. I thought this might be more of a disposable bike, last a couple of years at best, be too wiggly, weak mechanics..that kind of thing, but quite the contrary, I am happily surprised by the quality of the entire product. The craftsmanship of the Exerpeutic folding exercise bike is very good, the frame tubes are heavy steel with good welds, the seat is large enough to have an extended ride comfortably (probably the most comfortable stationary bike seat I've used including expensive gym bikes), the bike has a wide stable "footprint" when opened but is also light enough to move from room to room if needed (has wheels on the... 5/5 DRG - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Exerpeutic Folding Magnetic Upright Bike with Pulse (Sports) I rarely write a product review + or -, unless the product is REALLY good or REALLY poor--I'm also not the easiest consumer to impress. I am happy to write a REALLY good review for the Exerpeutic folding exercise bike. I am 6'2'' @ 215 lbs with long legs and cycled quite a bit before injuries and schedules became a bit too busy, so I do know a fair amount about bikes. I thought this might be more of a disposable bike, last a couple of years at best, be too wiggly, weak mechanics..that kind of thing, but quite the contrary, I am happily surprised by the quality of the entire product. The craftsmanship of the Exerpeutic folding exercise bike is very good, the frame tubes are heavy steel with good welds, the seat is large enough to have an extended ride comfortably (probably the most comfortable stationary bike seat I've used including expensive gym bikes), the bike has a wide stable "footprint" when opened but is also light enough to move from room to room if needed (has wheels on the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 5, 2012

    Well-built bike........not the best bio-mechanics

    I am a former personal trainer so I hope my comments are useful to interested buyers. The build quality of the bike is excellent; however the main drawback of the bike is its bio-mechanics, or the way it interacts with your body when you are cycling.Regarding build quality---the bike is made of excellent materials for the most part, and is a solid piece of machinery. The bike is very sturdy and stable when you're cycling. I had never owned a magnetic resistance bike before, so I was a little nervous about the concept. But I am very impressed with the quiet, smooth pedaling action of the bike at all levels of resistance. I am in average physical condition, and the bike provides more than enough resistance at level 4 to 6 (out of 8) to give me a good workout.The main problem with the bike is the bio-mechanics, i.e. the way your body interacts with the bike. Here are some of the reasons:1) It is not truly an upright bike (such as a regular road bike)... 3/5 rock scrambler (Sedona, AZ) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Exerpeutic Folding Magnetic Upright Bike with Pulse (Sports) I am a former personal trainer so I hope my comments are useful to interested buyers. The build quality of the bike is excellent; however the main drawback of the bike is its bio-mechanics, or the way it interacts with your body when you are cycling.Regarding build quality---the bike is made of excellent materials for the most part, and is a solid piece of machinery. The bike is very sturdy and stable when you're cycling. I had never owned a magnetic resistance bike before, so I was a little nervous about the concept. But I am very impressed with the quiet, smooth pedaling action of the bike at all levels of resistance. I am in average physical condition, and the bike provides more than enough resistance at level 4 to 6 (out of 8) to give me a good workout.The main problem with the bike is the bio-mechanics, i.e. the way your body interacts with the bike. Here are some of the reasons:1) It is not truly an upright bike (such as a regular road bike)... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 5, 2013

    High Quality Product at a Decent Price

    Let's break down the grading here by sections. FYI, I have had the bike for about 3 months and have logged 850 miles. I am roughly 5' 11" and have weighed between 250lbs and 228lbs in those three months.1.) Assembly - 4.5/5It took me (a non-handy desk worker with very little craftsman experience) roughly 25 minutes to put the bike together. A great deal of the assembly is done before you take it out of the box (the frame and handlebars are individually assembled). The one knock here is that the instructions could definitely be easier to follow, but it was still easier than following the instructions that come with a typical DIY desk or bookcase.2.) Operation - 4.75/5For the price, of course. I have had the bike for roughly 3 months and have logged roughly 850 miles. I can't speak on it's longevity past 850, but it is still running like it was the day I put it together. Very little noise, smooth pedaling, stationary (doesn't wobble), and easy to... 5/5 Jesse Eikenberry - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Exerpeutic Folding Magnetic Upright Bike with Pulse (Sports) Let's break down the grading here by sections. FYI, I have had the bike for about 3 months and have logged 850 miles. I am roughly 5' 11" and have weighed between 250lbs and 228lbs in those three months.1.) Assembly - 4.5/5It took me (a non-handy desk worker with very little craftsman experience) roughly 25 minutes to put the bike together. A great deal of the assembly is done before you take it out of the box (the frame and handlebars are individually assembled). The one knock here is that the instructions could definitely be easier to follow, but it was still easier than following the instructions that come with a typical DIY desk or bookcase.2.) Operation - 4.75/5For the price, of course. I have had the bike for roughly 3 months and have logged roughly 850 miles. I can't speak on it's longevity past 850, but it is still running like it was the day I put it together. Very little noise, smooth pedaling, stationary (doesn't wobble), and easy to... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 16, 2013
    List Price: $199.99
    COMPACT DESIGN: Folds for storage and can moved with the included transportation wheels
    TENSION RESISTANCE: An 8 level Magnetic Tension control system, allows the user to adjust the tension level for an easier or more difficult workout.
    SEATING COMFORT: Large seat cushion for people of any size, easily adjustable to fit anywhere from 5'3 inch to 6'1 inch users. HEART RATE: Hand Pulse Monitor
    Please tight the Screws/Bolts to avoid noise during pedaling.
    WEIGHT CAPACITY: Up to 300 lbs


  • Champion

    Fitnex R70 Recumbent Exercise Bike

    Sports (Champion)
    List Price: $2,254.99
    Price: $1,572.69
    You Save: $682.30 (30%)

    Commercial grade recumbent exercise bike for your home with matrix/LED computer console
    16 levels of friction-free magnetic resistance
    73 by 23-inch footprint; 400-pound weight capacity
    Contact heart rate sensors built into fixed handlebars on side of seat
    Tracks time, distance, speed, calories, and pulse rate; eight built-in programs


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