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  • Tips to understand different types of exercise bikes
  • Features to consider while you shop
  • How to select equipment & workouts for your home gym


Choosing the Right Exercise Bike

Stationary cycling is one of the best ways to raise your heart rate, burn calories, and build stamina—and it can all be done from the comfort of your home! When choosing an exercise bike, there are several important factors to consider, such as your mobility and fitness levels, the space available to you, and the additional features you want. We'll help you choose the best bike for your needs, so you can bring home a model you'll love.

If you have limited mobility…

For the elderly or those with back or hip problems, a recumbent exercise bike provides an effective cardio workout while putting less pressure on the joints than an upright exercise bike. The seat position also allows for a strenuous lower-body workout, as the legs will have to do all of the pedaling without any assistance from gravity or the rider's body weight. For those who are seeking more of a full-body workout, upright bikes target several other muscle groups in addition to the legs, such as the back and abdominals.

If you're looking to save space…

While both recumbent and upright bikes will vary in size depending on the brand and model, upright exercise bikes generally take up less floor space than their recumbent counterparts. If you're tight on space and need a model that won't dominate the room, you'll probably favor an upright model.

If you'd like to change up your workouts…

Exercise bikes with variable resistance are great for switching up your workout routine and training the muscles in your legs. Whether you prefer air, tension, or magnetic resistance, has a variety of styles to best suit your needs and preferences. Want a fan-powered breeze to cool down your legs as you ride? Opt for an exercise bike with air resistance. Looking for an ultra-quiet ride? Magnetic resistance is your best bet.

With 100s of styles at prices for every budget, has everything you need to add an exercise bike to your workout routine. Shop by brand, price, or customer review to find the newest addition to your home gym.

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