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For instance, Schwinn Airdyne fitness bike is fitted with implies that may provide detail more knowledge about distance, time, Revolutions per minute, calories, hearth rate, calories hourly, and hearth rate. Another Schwinn fitness bike includes handful of in the readouts which using the cost in the bike. For example, Schwinn Airdyne fitness bike is fitted with handlebars which relocate the forward as well as the backward motion while using purpose to incorporate an optimum workout. The display readouts of Schwinn fitness bike parts causes it to be feasible for the clients to follow the information which strongly related time they spent for exercising. All of the Schwinn stationary bicycles are produced getting basics support to help keep the bike upright as well as in place be it getting used or else. The models 120 and 140 of Schwinn Upright Bike include adjustable handlebars that allow the clients to search for the amount of comfort. All the upright bikes from Schwinn feature rear stabilizers in addition to frame levelers that allow the clients to create changes round the uneven surfaces. You’ll find various options of Schwinn fitness bike parts you could find presently available. The stationary bicycles that are created by Schwinn include similar parts besides the retail cost in the bike. Schwin stationary bicycles include features to create the clients feel relaxed to take advantage of. The frame from the fitness bike is built-in the metal tubular construction. At this time around around, this post is prone to deliver good info that will guide you to select the very best parts for that bikes. On the most frequent fitness bike, the handlebars are actually not required for your steering.

Jan 10, 2011 by A stone!?! | Posted in Cycling

Schwinn airdyne bike and heart rate!?

Would I be able to get my heart rate to like 80 to 90% of my max HR and keep it there for 40 min with an airdyne. Does it provide really intense exercise like a spin bike and can you stand on it like a spin bike. What are your thoughts on this bike and its workout intensity?


I think you should go with Schwinn Airdyne Upright Exercise Bike Upright exercise bike with unique air resistance system Air system offers as much resistance as you can handle Dual-action arm handles work upper and lower body Console tracks time, distance, calories, RPM, and more Measures 22.5 x 48 x 50 inches (W x H x D); weighs 96 pounds

| Jan 11, 2011
Bill Bash | Jan 10, 2011
Spin bikes are made to be able to stand up and pedal if that is what you want to do that is the best choice.
g-man | Jan 11, 2011
The Airdyne is a well built and effective exercise machine. There should be no problem for you to get into the 80 to 90% range with sufficient effort on your part, (i.e. faster peddling). But I can say from experience that you cannot stand up on an Airdyne while peddling. That's also true for most trainers since the bike is secured to the trainer at the rear axle there's no means of rocking the bike which is necessary to be comfortable when standing out of the saddle. The Airdyne presents even more problems with the handle bars moving back and forth.
Sep 23, 2010 by Sale Photo | Posted in Cycling

What's the best upright exercise bike on the market?

I think it's Keiser, but maybe someone has a better idea? I want to buy a stationary upright exercise bike for home, but I'm having trouble finding a used Keiser bike for sale in my area. Is there another brand that's just as good or better?


The Schwinn Airdyne or Aerodyne or soemthing like that has been a staple of exercise bikes for awhile. Assuming you want an exercise bike, and not a Spin bike

otto_rax | Sep 23, 2010
liza | Sep 24, 2010
This one best bike for u. Schwinn 230 Recumbent Exercise Bike Product Features - Compact stationary recumbent exercise bike with 6 preset programs and 16 resistance levels - Easy-to-read LCD monitor displays time, distance, speed, calories burned, and more - Comfortable recumbent seat with dual-position lumbar support and fore/aft seat slider - Recumbent handlebars with integrated heart-rate grips; wide Bio-Fit pedals - Water bottle holder; 10-year frame warranty; 1-year warranty on mechanical and electrical http://www.amazon.com/Schwinn-230-Recumb ent-Exercise-Bike/dp/B000MXMK94/?tag=kna paaai-20 http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200- 19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5574865779&t oolid=10001&campid=5336440665&cu stomid=knapaaai&mpre=http%3a%2f%2fsh op.ebay.com%2fi.html%3f_nkw%3dstationary %2bexercise%2bbike%26_sacat%3d0%26_odkw% 3dbike%2b20%2binch%26_osacat%3d0%26_trks id%3dp3286.c0.m270.l1311 @@@
silverbullet | Sep 24, 2010
Real cyclists use a regular bike on a trainer. Gold standard is Computrainer, but cheap models can be just as effective keeping you fit until sunlight and warm air come back in the spring.
Terrence B | Sep 24, 2010
I think it's the CycleOps Pro 300PT Indoor Cycle. It has a Power Tap on it and reads everything. Heck, anything by CycleOps is primo!!

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320 pages

Return to Fitness, Getting Back in Shape After Injury, Illness, Or Prolonged Inactivity

Creator: Bill Katovsky | Health & Fitness - 2011-01

If you're doing a 'climbing' interval, assume the same posture that you'd have on your road bike— semi-upright, loose ... you can scour eBay or Craigslist for a used trainer or Schwinn Airdyne, which was one of the very first exercise bikes to hit ...

Publisher: Da Capo Press

About this book
From the coauthor of Bike for Life and founder of Tri-Athlete Magazine, comes an indispensable guide to regaining health and fitness after illness, inactivity, or injury.



320 pages

The Cheerleader Fitness Plan, Get Fit and Fabulous in Just Six Weeks!

Creator: Lindsay Brin | Health & Fitness - 2009-12-29

EXERCISE. ESSENTIALS. I've already told you that I don't like the word “diet.” For me, it brings up images of deprivation ... handlebars of a Schwinn Airdyne Exercise Bike or a StairMaster while some hypercheerful gym rat next to you perkily ...

Publisher: Plume

About this book
Get the body you've always wanted-and never thought possible-with this simple, cheerleader-approved fitness plan Cheerleaders are the ultimate symbol of youth, beauty, strength and sex appeal-what woman wouldn't want to look like one? Now, with the help of The Cheerleader Fitness Plan, you can get the body of your dreams-no gimmicks, no starvation, and no props. Former NFL cheerleader and fitness expert Lindsay Brin has been helping women achieve healthier minds and bodies for over fifteen years. Using her comprehensive six-week plan, any woman can achieve their ideal weight, whether it's a busy mother of three eager to get her body back, a twenty-something woman just getting started on a fitness program, or an avid exerciser interested in trying something new. The Cheerleader Fitness Plan is loaded with valuable tips and tools to keep you looking and feeling great: * An effective combination of strength training, yoga, and cardio * Custom tweny-five minute workouts-perfect for women on the go * Nutrition advice to help you manage your metabolism * Beauty tips and advice from other NFL cheerleaders



360 pages

Fit Over 40 For Dummies

Creator: Betsy Nagelsen McCormack, Mike Yorkey | Health & Fitness - 2011-05-23

With upright and recumbent bikes, your arms are essentially taking a siesta. Stationary bikes use brake-pad, strap-resistance, and air-resistance technologies these days. ... Air-resistance bikes, such as the Schwinn Airdyne, use spinning fan blades to create resistance; the faster you pedal, the higher the resistance and the ...

Publisher: For Dummies

About this book
Tired of feeling tired all the time? Do you find yourself thinking wistfully of the days when your belt-size was less than your age...your dress size less than your kid’s last birthday? Remember when the only spare tire you had to worry about was the one in your trunk? Do you find yourself gasping for breath at the top of the basement stairs? If any of this sounds familiar, then you’re ready for an over 40 fitness plan. And Fit Over 40 For Dummies is the place to start.Your complete guide to being fit and fabulous over 40, it shows you step-by-step how to set up a personalized fitness routine and stick to it, no matter what your age, weight, or athletic ability. Packed with practical know-how and inspiring anecdotes it shows you how to:Lose weight and inches from your waistlineBoost your energy levelsLower or prevent high blood pressureReduce your risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetesImprove your muscle toneGive your skin a healthy glowHave a more vibrant sex lifeRebound from life-changing events more quicklyGet fitter than couch potatoes half your ageLive a longer, healthier lifeCombing her own experiences with the latest scientific research, retired women’s tennis pro, Betsy Nagelsen McCormack explores what it takes to be fit over forty. And, step-by-step, she shows you how to:Assess your fitness levelEat right for maximum fitnessChoose and buying exercise equipmentSelect the right gymDevelop a balanced program of aerobics, weight training and stretchingIntegrate exercise into your daily routinePrevent and working around common injuries and ailmentsExplore sports, outdoor activities, and moreStop thinking about how great it would be to feel twenty-five again and do something about it. Fit Over 40 For Dummies helps you get on the road to health and well-being.



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  • Schwinn

    Schwinn AD2 Airdyne Exercise Bike

    Sports (Schwinn)

    Rating (234 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    Schwinn

    Best Full-Body Bike Workout for Your Money

    My doctor diagnosed me with bad knees last month and recommended that I get more bicycle exercise to strengthen them. I usually prefer full body exercises, such as an elliptical. However, the doctor told me bicycle exercise was best because it puts my knee at a 90 degree angle, whereas ellipticals only achieve 20-30 degrees. I looked at other exercise bikes, but disapproved all of them since they only worked the lower body. Luckily, Schwinn's great reputation in quality exercise bikes helped me find this one. Here are the pros and cons:Pros:-Full body workout that strengthens knees (like an elliptical, but better for knees)-Low cost (I paid only $399)-Easy assembly (took just 30 minutes--$200 savings from other Airdynes which require professional assembly)-Digital workout display shows time, calories, distance, speed, and rpm--I love how it cycles through them automaticaly every 30 seconds-Kicks up wind which helps you stay cool-Not... 5/5 S. Clay (Lynchburg, VA) - See all my reviews, December 9, 2011

    Love this Bike - Great Price

    Great Purchase. I Spent a lot of time looking and comparing reviews before purchasing this bike. I was torn between the wind resistance bikes and the basic battery operated resistance bikes. I ordered this one, received it within a week and it took, literally, 10 minutes for my boyfriend and I to set it up.He is right at the weight limit (250) and were worried that the bike would shift side to side while riding but it doesn't at all! It's really sturdy and its a GREAT workout! I could only do 15 minutes for the first few days and was completely out of breath (and definetly felt it the next day).I love that there is 2 ways to use it: Upper body only (Arms/back and chest)with your feet on the footrests, or upper and lower body together. When your legs get tired, you can always put them on the foot rests for a minute and work only your arms."Con's"I have only had the bike for a couple days and there is only 2 "con's" I can think of is:1. With wind resistance... 5/5 CooperBruno - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Schwinn AD2 Airdyne Exercise Bike (Sports) Great Purchase. I Spent a lot of time looking and comparing reviews before purchasing this bike. I was torn between the wind resistance bikes and the basic battery operated resistance bikes. I ordered this one, received it within a week and it took, literally, 10 minutes for my boyfriend and I to set it up.He is right at the weight limit (250) and were worried that the bike would shift side to side while riding but it doesn't at all! It's really sturdy and its a GREAT workout! I could only do 15 minutes for the first few days and was completely out of breath (and definetly felt it the next day).I love that there is 2 ways to use it: Upper body only (Arms/back and chest)with your feet on the footrests, or upper and lower body together. When your legs get tired, you can always put them on the foot rests for a minute and work only your arms."Con's"I have only had the bike for a couple days and there is only 2 "con's" I can think of is:1. With wind resistance... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 19, 2012

    Compact machine; excellent work out

    Ordered this bike from Amazon last Fri; received it Sat. Well packed with all necessary tools/hardware. We are not mechanical, but it went together very easily and quickly (30 min). One person could have assembled it, but it was easier with two. Hardware is well machined and everything went together smoothly, so there was no frustration. Assembly instructions were very clear; excellent illustrations. As another reviewer mentioned, the hardware for attaching the handle bars was already affixed to the place where the handle bars attached. The instruction book should have said, but another reviewer gave the heads-up on that, which was helpful. It is sturdy and well designed. I can workout in boot-cut jeans and there is nothing to catch your pantleg, and I can work out barefoot or in houseshoes (probably not recommended, but if you have only a few minutes to be on the machine, it works). You can vary your workout, doing only the handle bars to work the upper body. You can push... 5/5 Glen Grossman (Edmond, Oklahoma) - See all my reviews, January 9, 2012
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    Stationary foot rest pegs for isolating upper body exercise
    Simple to use LCD console with speed, RPM, distance, time, and calories
    Same hand-to-pedal linking and geometry as original Airdynes; comprehensive warranty coverage
    Unique, full-body cardiovascular exercise bike with synchronized arm and leg motion
    Progressive resistance system offers infinite levels of challenge


  • Schwinn

    Schwinn AD6 Airdyne Exercise Bike (Black)

    Sports (Schwinn)

    Rating (145 reviews):
    (4.1/5)
    Schwinn

    The next iteration of Schwinn's Aerdyne bike is a good one. High quality and attention to detail. Comparison to the AD4.

    We have used the Schwinn Aerdyne AD4 in our home for about three years. I'll start with a review specific to the AD6, and then provide some observations about how it differs form the AD4.SHIPPINGThe AD6 came in a "Shipping-proof" box. Very well-packaged and secure. It is very heavy, of course, so be prepared to have help brining it in the house. The AD6 arrived completely unscathed. Not a single scratch or dinge on any elements of the bike. All parts were there and easy to unpack. Great job on the packing and shipping.ASSEMBLYA very straightforward once-person job (but note that the instructions recommend that two people set it up). It took me about an hour from opening the box to using the bike. All parts are clearly labeled "left: or "right", there are just a few screws, bolts, and washers that re sealed in a labeled hardware card, and all required tools are provided. Holes for bolts lined up perfectly. Schwinn clearly made ease of... 5/5 Mark B - See all my reviews, November 4, 2012

    SCHWINN AIRDYNE AD6 IS AWESOME !

    This exercise bike is amazing! I had meniscus knee surgery 1 year ago and it is still not right. So it has been difficult to workout at the gym. On this bike you use your arms as well as your legs which takes pressure off of my knee. My arms and chest are sore my first week but that will go away. My mom had the original Airdyne when I was a kid and so I was happy to find that they still make it. This model apparently is their newest for 2012/2013. When I called customer service they had no idea it even existed. I guess corporate does not communicate with customer service or it is that new? But the lady was very helpful and found all the information I needed. I paid $721 including tax. My 2 local sporting good stores only had the 'Evo' for $750, $58 for tax and $200 for shipping and assembly. If you have 'PRIME' with Amazon you get free shipping, that alone would pay for Prime plus some. It is manufactured in China but the Schwinn Quality (now owned by Nautilus or Bowflex or Universal,... 5/5 Jason Dude - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Schwinn AD6 Airdyne Exercise Bike (Black) (Sports) This exercise bike is amazing! I had meniscus knee surgery 1 year ago and it is still not right. So it has been difficult to workout at the gym. On this bike you use your arms as well as your legs which takes pressure off of my knee. My arms and chest are sore my first week but that will go away. My mom had the original Airdyne when I was a kid and so I was happy to find that they still make it. This model apparently is their newest for 2012/2013. When I called customer service they had no idea it even existed. I guess corporate does not communicate with customer service or it is that new? But the lady was very helpful and found all the information I needed. I paid $721 including tax. My 2 local sporting good stores only had the 'Evo' for $750, $58 for tax and $200 for shipping and assembly. If you have 'PRIME' with Amazon you get free shipping, that alone would pay for Prime plus some. It is manufactured in China but the Schwinn Quality (now owned by Nautilus or Bowflex or Universal,... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 16, 2012

    AD6 design flaw - hand grips too far away - not for shorter people

    Before I purchased the Schwinn Airdyne AD6, I did my homework. I read the product literature as well as the mainly favorable reviews. It sounded great, just perfect for my needs. I tried to find it in a local store so I could see how it felt before ordering it, but wasn't able to. The service I received from Amazon was top-notch, as usual. Unfortunately, though, after the bike was assembled I discovered I could not reach the hand grips when the arms are in the fully-extended position (I'm 5'4"). And there are no adjustments provided to address this issue (adjusting the seat height doesn't solve the problem). I have to conclude that Schwinn/Nautilus does not test its designs on a range of real people. Very disappointing, especially since the AD6 seems to be an excellent piece of exercise equipment in most other respects. This same user-height-related issue likely applies to the other Schwinn Airdyne bikes as well -- the AD2, Evo Comp, and the AD4.4/17/13 UPDATE:... 3/5 Mirage - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Schwinn AD6 Airdyne Exercise Bike (Black) (Sports) Before I purchased the Schwinn Airdyne AD6, I did my homework. I read the product literature as well as the mainly favorable reviews. It sounded great, just perfect for my needs. I tried to find it in a local store so I could see how it felt before ordering it, but wasn't able to. The service I received from Amazon was top-notch, as usual. Unfortunately, though, after the bike was assembled I discovered I could not reach the hand grips when the arms are in the fully-extended position (I'm 5'4"). And there are no adjustments provided to address this issue (adjusting the seat height doesn't solve the problem). I have to conclude that Schwinn/Nautilus does not test its designs on a range of real people. Very disappointing, especially since the AD6 seems to be an excellent piece of exercise equipment in most other respects. This same user-height-related issue likely applies to the other Schwinn Airdyne bikes as well -- the AD2, Evo Comp, and the AD4.4/17/13 UPDATE:... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 22, 2013
    List Price: $999.00
    Integrated water bottle holder
    Workout upper and lower body simultaneously or independently
    Four levelers to ensure stability
    Infinite wind resistance the harder you pedal the harder the resistance
    Console continuously shows 6 workout metrics, no more waiting for the readouts and has RevMeter RPM gauge
    New RevMeter RPM gauge is a fun visual way to see your efforts
    Wind screen and reading rack accessories are available (sold separately)
    Telemetric heart rate compatible (chest strap not included)
    Large thickly padded seat for comfort
    Transport wheels


  • Schwinn

    Schwinn Airdyne AD4 Upright Exercise Bike

    Sports (Schwinn)
    List Price: $750.00

    Dual-action arm handles work upper and lower body
    Measures 22.5 x 48 x 50 inches (W x H x D); weighs 96 pounds
    Air system offers as much resistance as you can handle
    Upright exercise bike with unique air resistance system
    Console tracks time, distance, calories, RPM, and more


  • Schwinn

    Schwinn Cruiser Gel Seat Cover

    Sports (Schwinn)
    List Price: $18.36
    Price: $12.99
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    Locking draw cord for a secure fit
    Fits over most seats on standard or stationary bikes
    Extra wide design with high-tech gel for maximum comfort
    Durable weather resistant fabric for extended wear


  • Schwinn

    Schwinn IC2 Indoor Cycling Exercise Bike

    Sports (Schwinn)
    List Price: $599.00
    Price: $352.56
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    Sturdy, upright indoor fitness cycle built to replicate the experience of actual road riding
    The Schwinn IC2 is intended for residential use only and not for use in a commercial or institutional setting
    Sturdy steel frame with rear stabilizers/frame levelers; convenient transport wheels
    Easy-adjust pedals and outdoor cycling inspired Q-Factor; multi position handlebars; fore/aft seat adjustment
    Simple to use LCD computer with time, distance, RPM, speed, and calorie readouts
    Infinite resistance levels with 31-pound flywheel and high inertia, direct drive gearing


  • Schwinn

    Schwinn No Pressure Bicycle Seat

    Sports (Schwinn)

    Rating (443 reviews):
    (3.4/5)
    Schwinn

    For Real Men, With Real Butts and Real Plumbing

    I bought a Raleigh GRUV bicycle a few months ago so I could do some riding with my girlfriend. The GRUV is an odd looking machine, but it was absolutely the most comfortable bike I test rode. Having not been on a bicycle for over 25 years, I wanted to build some endurance before I got together with my gal for a pleasant weekend ride. After my short "practice" rides in the evenings, I suffered from some mild but noticeable numbness in unmentionable, "manly" areas. I never suffered from this when I was a youngster, so I figured it would pass after I got used to riding again. I figured wrong. I went for my much anticipated weekend "date ride" (about 10 miles worth of nice, paved trails). By the end of the trip, the "comfortable" stock seat on that bike had caused many miserable and painful "sensations". So I did some research and came-up with the Schwinn No Pressure Bicycle Seat. Ordered it right here off of Amazon. Installed easily on the seat post that came with the bike... 5/5 John D. Peterson (NC USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Schwinn No Pressure Bicycle Seat (Sports) I bought a Raleigh GRUV bicycle a few months ago so I could do some riding with my girlfriend. The GRUV is an odd looking machine, but it was absolutely the most comfortable bike I test rode. Having not been on a bicycle for over 25 years, I wanted to build some endurance before I got together with my gal for a pleasant weekend ride. After my short "practice" rides in the evenings, I suffered from some mild but noticeable numbness in unmentionable, "manly" areas. I never suffered from this when I was a youngster, so I figured it would pass after I got used to riding again. I figured wrong. I went for my much anticipated weekend "date ride" (about 10 miles worth of nice, paved trails). By the end of the trip, the "comfortable" stock seat on that bike had caused many miserable and painful "sensations". So I did some research and came-up with the Schwinn No Pressure Bicycle Seat. Ordered it right here off of Amazon. Installed easily on the seat post that came with the bike... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 15, 2006

    Kind between your legs but better for high handlebar bikes

    I got this seat for my mountain bike because I realized that I wasn't a hardcore mountain biker who wants the lightest seat possible with best control; I'm a casual city rider who hates pain between the legs and worries about his man parts. So I was looking for a comfort seat. I compared this with the seats that have two pads and have glowing reviews from people with prostate problems and this was, well, cheaper. It also looks a bit more comfy.This seat is comfortable to sit on. Very comfortable. Like an office chair or better. If all we did on bikes was sit, this would be the best seat money can buy. However, we also pedal on bikes, and that creates a bit of a problem. Specifically, as you pedal your legs push down on the front edge of the seat on the downstroke and after a while it hurts. Normal bikes (not the cruiser kind) have the center of the pedals right under the seat. That's fine if your seat is a narrow ridge that is squashing your man parts and your... 4/5 G. Farnsworth (Pennsylvania) - See all my reviews, January 1, 2008

    FANTASTIC!!!!

    WOW!! This seat is great! I had an ileostomy about a year ago, and during the recovery process I gained a lot of weight. This weight, coupled with a very tender backside, meant that I needed an extremely comfortable seat. I saw a seat at Wal-Mart that had springs, gel, and was nine inches wide. When I pushed on it, it seemed like a very comfortable seat so I purchased it. After installing it, I rode approximately two blocks and had to get off, needless to say, I returned it, and purchased this one. This seat is truly a godsend! I don't know how they make it so comfortable, ( there are no springs that I can see ) but it is like sitting on a heavily padded bench. It also adjusts front to back, like a car seat, once it's set, tightening the mounting nuts locks it securely in place. I found this feature handy due to the fact that I'm over six feet tall and needed the leg room. A previous reviewer commented on feeling like they were falling off when riding downhill, I did not... 5/5 Amazon Customer "srplnthlt" (Lancaster, PA United States) - See all my reviews This review is from: Schwinn No Pressure Bicycle Seat (Sports) WOW!! This seat is great! I had an ileostomy about a year ago, and during the recovery process I gained a lot of weight. This weight, coupled with a very tender backside, meant that I needed an extremely comfortable seat. I saw a seat at Wal-Mart that had springs, gel, and was nine inches wide. When I pushed on it, it seemed like a very comfortable seat so I purchased it. After installing it, I rode approximately two blocks and had to get off, needless to say, I returned it, and purchased this one. This seat is truly a godsend! I don't know how they make it so comfortable, ( there are no springs that I can see ) but it is like sitting on a heavily padded bench. It also adjusts front to back, like a car seat, once it's set, tightening the mounting nuts locks it securely in place. I found this feature handy due to the fact that I'm over six feet tall and needed the leg room. A previous reviewer commented on feeling like they were falling off when riding downhill, I did not... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 20, 2006
    List Price: $19.99
    Product is designed to fit most standard bicycle seat posts, it is not designed to fit exercise equipment.
    Limit pressure point contact
    Durable, weather-resistant fabric for extended wear


  • Body Max

    Body Rider Fan Bike

    Sports (Body Max)

    Rating (501 reviews):
    (3.8/5)
    Body Max

    Great bike, but be wary of the seat

    This exercise bike is a good value for the money. It is quite sturdy for an inexpensive bike, works well, and is easy to put together. I also like the handlebars, so my upper body can be getting a workout while I'm pedaling instead of just my legs. I got this bike because I needed to rehab my knee after having microfracture surgery. The only reason I can't give this bike 5 stars is because of the hardness of the seat. Even though I purchased the Sunlite Gel Bicycle Seat Cover (which Amazon suggested in the Frequently Purchased Together section of the bike's webpage) at the same time that I purchased the bike, it barely makes a difference. After 30 minutes of riding, I am literally forced to get off of the bike. I also put a thick towel on top of the Gel Seat Cover, and even with that extra measure, my butt and family jewels are rendered numb from the hardness of the seat. I probably should have done more research on seat covers instead of simply buying the one that Amazon suggested... 4/5 chuck1231 (Bolingbrook, IL) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Body Rider Fan Bike (Sports) This exercise bike is a good value for the money. It is quite sturdy for an inexpensive bike, works well, and is easy to put together. I also like the handlebars, so my upper body can be getting a workout while I'm pedaling instead of just my legs. I got this bike because I needed to rehab my knee after having microfracture surgery. The only reason I can't give this bike 5 stars is because of the hardness of the seat. Even though I purchased the Sunlite Gel Bicycle Seat Cover (which Amazon suggested in the Frequently Purchased Together section of the bike's webpage) at the same time that I purchased the bike, it barely makes a difference. After 30 minutes of riding, I am literally forced to get off of the bike. I also put a thick towel on top of the Gel Seat Cover, and even with that extra measure, my butt and family jewels are rendered numb from the hardness of the seat. I probably should have done more research on seat covers instead of simply buying the one that Amazon suggested... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 27, 2010

    The Best Exercise Machine Ever For The Price

    In all honesty im 6 Feet Tall and its fine i don't see any problem with it, i read the other review about "it's for midgets" and that not true. I have it on the highest seat setting and my knees still don't hit the bars or my chest lol. Its a great bike... i would only recommend getting the gel seat cover they recommend to get, i think its called "Cloud Nine" Other than that your good to go. I also read that it's a bit loud and that it makes it difficult to hear the TV at the same time your using the Bike. Well i have mine right in front of the TV and yes the bike makes some noise....but nothing to stress over, all you have to do is raise the volume a little and it's good,the bike isn't that loud. Now lets get to assembling part,oh wait i forgot to tell you there barely is any assembling to do, i put it together in 30 minutes and the instructions were good to me. The only thing i found tricky was putting on the left pedal, it screws on the opposite way of the right pedal. The only... 5/5 V. Dibartolo (Brooklyn) - See all my reviews, March 4, 2010

    Great Bike

    0 5/5 Teresa Julian "Teresa" (VA) - See all my reviews, May 14, 2010
    List Price: $299.99
    Digital display tracks your time, speed, distance, and calories burned
    250-pound user weight capacity
    Dual-action handlebars engage an upper and lower body workout
    Fan wheel provides a gentle breeze as you exercise
    Tension easily adjusts with the turn of a knob
    Measures 41.75 by 22 by 46.5 inches; weighs 47.3 pounds
    Tension adjusts easily with the turn of a knob
    Sturdy steel frame design


  • DerriAir

    1-1/2" Thick - 12" Wide - Bicycle Seat Cover / Gel Pad-Wide

    Sports (DerriAir)
    List Price: $49.99
    Price: $49.94
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    Great for exercise bikes too
    Gel and Lycra materials for indoor or outdoor use
    Made for Wide Seats 12" to 13" wide (Up to 18" wide sizes available upon request, see description below.)
    Thickest Gel Pad Available for Bikes - 1 1/2" Thick
    Made in USA


  • Schwinn

    Schwinn Airdyne Evo Comp Exercise Bike

    Sports (Schwinn)

    Rating (122 reviews):
    (4.1/5)
    Schwinn

    This is a great bike

    You know all of the advantages of the Schwinn Airdyne bikes and no reason to rehash here. But I believe the Airdyne Evo Comp is worth the few extra bucks over the old standard Airdyne for several reasons. First, the Airdyne Evo Comp is noticably quieter because it uses a belt to drive the fan verses a chain on the Airdyne. Second, the Airdyne Evo Comp has newer technology/higher quality components in the bearings, crankset, etc. so it will last even longer than the old standard (which has a great service history!). Third, the shape of the fans in the Airdyne Evo Comp eliminates the drafting effect on the Airdyne which actually reduces the pedaling resistance at higher speeds a little. Fourth, the fan on the Airdyne Evo Comp does not blow on you like the Airdyne (I actually would prefer a little air on me when working out, but most people don't).I found the assembly instructions ok. You must pay attention to what you are doing and follow them exactly as written but... 5/5 cbHoo (Ohio USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Schwinn Airdyne Evo Comp Exercise Bike (Sports) You know all of the advantages of the Schwinn Airdyne bikes and no reason to rehash here. But I believe the Airdyne Evo Comp is worth the few extra bucks over the old standard Airdyne for several reasons. First, the Airdyne Evo Comp is noticably quieter because it uses a belt to drive the fan verses a chain on the Airdyne. Second, the Airdyne Evo Comp has newer technology/higher quality components in the bearings, crankset, etc. so it will last even longer than the old standard (which has a great service history!). Third, the shape of the fans in the Airdyne Evo Comp eliminates the drafting effect on the Airdyne which actually reduces the pedaling resistance at higher speeds a little. Fourth, the fan on the Airdyne Evo Comp does not blow on you like the Airdyne (I actually would prefer a little air on me when working out, but most people don't).I found the assembly instructions ok. You must pay attention to what you are doing and follow them exactly as written but... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 10, 2007

    HOW TO ASSEMBLE

    Our new Schwinn Airdine Evo was delivered the other day, and I got around to putting it together last night. I'm experienced, and doing it carefully and thoughtfully, it still took me several hours.If you've read the other reviews, you'll notice a few 2008-ish complaints about the bottom bracket breaking. I noticed on my brand-new bike that the bottom housing had been taken apart at some point (the sticker was cut along the seam) so I've got my fingers crossed that Schwinn/Nautilus has addressed the issue and replaced the faulty internal hardware at the factory. We'll see soon enough.The Home Assembly instructions are TERRIBLE. If you're inexperienced with tools, assembling this bike is going to be a bit of a challenge. I do recommend you have this professionally assembled if you're uncomfortable.That wasn't an option for me, so, in the interest of good cardio karma, I decided to keep notes as I assembled mine. I wrote these instructions imagining I... 4/5 Christopher Godfrey (Milwaukee, Wisconsin United States) - See all my reviews, March 3, 2011

    Solid Construction with Quality Control Problems

    After seeing this bicycle in Paragon Sports in Manhattan, I knew I had to purchase it. The solid construction and compact design demonstrated a leap forward from the original Schwinn Airdyne. At approximately 95lbs, it was solid enough for a health club/rehabilitation center setting but light enough for a consumer. While I have multiple gym memberships, I thought this would be a good item to have at my parents' house both for their use and when I visit. Unfortunately, the purchase turned out to be mistake due to the incredible hassles created by Schwinn Fitness' poor quality control.Basically, what Schwinn Fitness (i.e Nautilus) has done is improve the time-tested air-resistance concept. The original Airdyne, which is 20+ years old uses a large 30" diameter fan with flat blades. The Airdyne Evolution Comp uses a much smaller fan that is wider and has contoured blades, which increases resistance. This leads to smoother operation with less vibration. Combining traditional... 2/5 P. Scott Pope "Scott Pope" (Chicago, IL) - See all my reviews, July 26, 2006
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    Computer provides feedback on time, distance, workload level, calories burned, calories/hour, heart rate, and RPM
    Extra quiet belt drive system; fan wheel cools during exercise
    Backed by a 30-year warranty on the frame; 3-year warranty on parts and electronics
    Dual action exercise bike with wind resistance, works both legs and upper body
    Measures 50 x 22.5 x 48 inches; 300-pound maximum user weight


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    Stamina Airgometer Exercise Bike

    Sports (Stamina)
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    InTouch Fitness Monitor with large, easy-to-read LCD display tracks time, distance, speed, and calories burned or set to scan and track all readouts
    Wheels for easy portability
    Dual action handlebars add more cardio intensity, tone arms, chest, shoulders and back (upper and lower body)
    Wider, cushioned seat adjusts to put you in proper cycling position. 10 seat height adjustments
    Unlimited levels of smooth, air resistance


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