The Bodycraft SPR is the top of Bodycraft's lineup – a substantial, club-ready spin bike with an LCD display and magnetic resistance that's sure to...View full details
Indoor Exercise Bikes
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Brand new for 2020 the SPX-MAG is built and warranted for the most aggressive user, yet affordable, this cycle is unsurpassed in quality and durabi...View full details$1,399.00| /
SportsArt's revolutionary Eco-Powr Line comes to the spin studio with the new G510 Indoor Cycle. Leveraging the same energy-producing technology as...View full details
Original Price $1,299.99Current Price $999.99| /
The Spirit XIC600 Spin-style bike is one of our most popular sellers for a home exercise bike. The bike has a premium design and covers all of the ...View full detailsOriginal Price $1,299.99Current Price $999.99| /Try In-Store!
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The Bodycraft SPT-Mag is one of our top choices for customers looking for a much smarter Peloton alternative. The SPT-Mag is a magnetic resistance ...View full details$1,799.00| /
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Spirit's Light Commercial lineup continues with the CIC800, a terrific upgrade over our incredibly popular XIC600 Indoor Cycle. The CIC is the comm...View full detailsOriginal Price $1,799.00Current Price $1,499.00| /Try In-Store!
Exercise bikes create excellent cardio workouts for a lot of people. They’re easy on the joints, and depending on the style of bike, people often find them to be a relaxing way to get their cardio. Riding an exercise bike is easy, and very efficient. It engages your entire lower body, and helps to build muscle strength in addition to the obvious cardiovascular benefits. Bikes can be a great and safe option for working out at home. Spin Bikes are the most intense form of exercise bikes, and the most similar to road biking. The most relaxing and easiest is a recumbent bike, where you sit in a seat that is more like a chair and the pedals are out in front of you. And in the middle is the upright bike, which can be strenuous like a spin bike, but is often much more comfortable, like a recumbent. So it’s important to try them all out and discuss what feels the best to you.