Amazon Price: N/A $660.52 (as of July 26, 2017 12:31 pm -
Semi-reclined position exercise bike works major muscles in hips, thighs, and buttocks Tones the upper body with rotating handlebars Offers a pushing and pulling pedal movement for a complete workout Silent magnetic resistance for smooth, quiet operation Easy on the joints; offers a low-impact aerobic and cardiovascular workout all-in-one Tension knob adjusts to 8 different levels of workout intensity without having to stop Electronic battery-operated multi-function monitor measures speed, calories burned, distance, and pulse Adjustable flywheel and belt-drive train for a smooth ride Built-in pulse measurement on each handlebar; takes your pulse while you ride Adjustable padded seat and foot straps Built-in water bottle holder Sturdy steel frame with metallic gray finish Weight capacity: 250 lbs. Measures 50L x 24W x 49H inches Manufacturer's warranty included: see complete details in the Product Guarantee area About Stamina Products, Inc. Founded in 1987, Stamina is dedicated to building a stronger, healthier you. The company supplies high-quality products at excellent value to the fitness and leisure markets, showcasing hundreds of products around the world over the past two decades. Stamina is responsible for such brands as Body by Jake, Suzanne Somers, Tony Little, and more. Their mission is straightforward and admirable: Stamina strives to outperform the competition by maintaining effective communication, consistent quality, and superior service. They will continue to pursue perfection through the design excellence of these home fitness products. Offers 8 different levels of workout intensity. Rotating handlebars for upper body workout. Multi-function display shows pulse, calories burned, and more. Weight capacity: 250 lbs.. 50L x 24W x 49H inches. Manufacturer's warranty included (see product guarantee).
- Product Dimensions: 52 x 31 x 9 inches ; 117 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 117 pounds
- ASIN: B015EPHXG4
It is a good workout for someone who is not an athlete nor ...
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I purchased this recumbent bike in February of 2008 - and it's still going strong today in January 2017. It is a good workout for someone who is not an athlete nor is interested in getting an expensive gym membership. This doesn't mean that this bike is totally "perfect"; it's not. Some of the issues I have had with it over these nine years are that the upper body workout handles don't work hand-in-hand with pedaling. You have to work the handles separately by themselves by changing the tension button. The tension button only goes up to Level 8 and that's no longer enough for my current level of fitness .Also, the seat has a tendency to get loose and you have to keep tightening the bar underneath the right side to make sure that the seat doesn't move. But, all-in-all, I can honestly say that I've gotten my money's worth on this piece of equipment - and continue to do so. Highly recommend this sturdy bike for at-home exercise. You, too, might have it for nine years ... or even more.
Upgraded to 4 Stars
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Just received the bike and am in the process of assembling it all so this will be updated as I progress. One feature statement that caught my attention is "Adjustable angle seatback;..." and it is stated in several places with one being a photo showing a knob that makes you think it's the angle adjustment referenced in the specifications. I could not figure out how to adjust the angle of the seatback - there is no adjustment. Why the fuss about this? If you have "AS" of the spine then you know that an adjustable angle would certainly be a nice feature to have and is what I thought I was purchasing.
Don't hesitate to buy this bike!
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I purchased this bike in February and I can honestly say it is the best money I have spent in my 56 years. I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia late last year and encouraged to exercise. My Dr sent me to Physical Therapy where I used a 5000.00 recumbent bike and just fell in love with it. I could not afford that so began looking for something similar. This bike does everything that the expensive one did except have resistance for arms and legs at the same time. I have not found this to be a problem at all--I just alternate arms and legs and it works great. It is sturdy, very quiet and takes up little room. It fits in the corner of my bedroom so I can watch TV while I ride. I have not missed a day or using it since I received it unless I am out of town. I always feel better when I get off of it, even on really bad days.
Solid machine at a decent price with great features
I like this bike a lot. Seems very solidly built and easy to put together. Took about an hour by myself. If you have a socket set to tighten the nuts, it goes way quicker than the supplied open wrench. The readout is great and, in scan mode, cycles through RPM, miles, calories, speed and pulse rate. Some other equipment I tried almost required you to be in shape before starting. Not this one. At the #1 resistance setting, anyone can knock out 30 minutes and go about 5 miles. Then slowly dial it up to increase your pulse. I'm 6'3" and the seat, in furthest back place, is comfortable to pedal but I do have to slide forward to use the arm pedals.
Great Machine with exception of straps
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This is exactly what I need to keep myself moving. My husband put it together in approximately 30 minutes and there were no missing parts! Always a plus! The seat slides back and I am able to get on easily and then slide the seat back up and secure it after it is adjusted. The pedals are hard for me to reach, so my husband has to help me get my foot in place. I can get one (either one) in place, but cannot reach the other. The straps that are to "hold" my feet come off when I am pedaling and my husband has to put them back on. I don't know if others would find this annoying or not, but it is to us. However, this is the only way I can exercise for any length of time because I cannot walk far. I gave it four stars because the straps are the only thing I don't like about it.
Great buy for my elderly father
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I bought this bike for my father when he returned home from hospital. He has advanced Parkinsons and has challenges with mobility and balance.
Great Bike for Price!
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This bike is just what I've been looking for, I need to strengthen my arthritic left shoulder and my legs to help me with back issues. I use bike and shoulder cycle separately for at one time they do not work very well. The seat is very comfortable for I am 6 foot 2 inches and 245 pounds. I can set pressures on shoulder cycle or leg cycle as long I use it separately. Pedals, shoulder handles and seat all adjustable.
I paid $530.00 for it ... a deal when considering it's listed at $800-$1000+ elsewhere. Still after almost three years of almost daily use, the metal part under the seat that holds it to the base cracked and now the seat tilts back to far, makes a loud grating noise, and is unusable. If this bike were only a couple hundred dollars, I would say I got my money's worth. I just think that anything this expensive should last at least the 5 years it's waranteed for. I'm checking to see if I can get the part replaced, at least.