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Homing In on Exercise Bikes

Best Selling Cycle Options

Best-selling exercise bikes

The Goods:

Okay, the weather is getting a bit chillier as fall approaches. It means that outdoor activities start trending downward, but that doesn’t spell the end of a good workout. Gym memberships are one option. At-home exercise equipment is another—and a good one. The market for at-home exercise bikes may grow to $2.3 billion by 2027. Their popularity is soaring because they come in all sizes, shapes and prices while delivering a decent workout. WellWell is here to help present some intriguing options by listing the most popular bikes on Amazon, the world’s leading online retailer. WellWell isn’t endorsing these products, just identifying what’s popular. Read on.

Top Selling Exercise Bikes:


XTERRA Fitness Folding Exercise Bike

Built with a solid frame that allows the bike to fold to save space, this Xtrerra bike is comfortable and includes an LCD window that displays speed, distance, time, calories and pulse.


Mini Exercise Bike

This under-the-desk option combines arm and leg exercises via adjustable multi-level resistance levels that make it adaptable for different needs and age groups. It includes an LCD that monitors distance, time and calorie count.


Marcy Recumbent Exercise Bike with Resistance ME-709

This Marcy product features a step-through design and a heavy-duty construction that allows maximum mobility during training. The bike uses a magnetic resistance mechanism with eight levels of resistance and an easy-to-ready computer screen.


Schwinn Fitness Indoor Cycling Exercise Bike Series

A 40-pound flywheel powered by a smooth and silent belt drive is at the center of this bike. It offers variable resistance, dual SPD pedals, urethane-dipped handlebars with fore/aft adjustment and an integrated multi-media device holder. An LCD tracks each workout.


AGM Mini Exercise Bike

A low-cost, high-value option, AGM’s pedal exerciser exercises arms and legs to improve muscle strength, joint range of motion and coordination. It is compact and portable and can be under the desk for legs or on a tabletop for arms. There is an LCD screen.


DeskCycle Pedal Exerciser 

Built for durability and range of exercise, this DeskCycle model is just 27 inches high. It comes with more than twice the resistance range of other foot pedal exercisers. Quiet and smooth, it supports regular workouts and physical therapy treatments.


TODO Mini Exercise Bike

This mini exercise bike is an improved version of TODO’s earlier models. It is perfect for seniors looking for an exercise option or rehabilitation strength training. Complete with an LCD for track workouts, it offers a range of resistance levels.


YOSUDA PRO Magnetic Exercise Bike

This indoor cycle has a 350-pound weight capacity. It has a thickened commercial-graded steel pipe, giving the bike a solid foundation that allows it to provide long-term use. It is highly adjustable with workout options and an LCD to track output.


LANOS Workout Bike

This bike serves as both a recumbent exercise cycle and an upright model. It can fold away for easy storage. It features a phone holder, 10- levels of magnetic resistance, and an LCD screen to track fitness results.


BARWING 16-8-2-3 Stationary Spin Exercise Bike

A highly adjustable model, the Barwing spin bike makes less noise, takes up less space and has folding storage functions. It has 16 levels of adjustable magnetic resistance and multiple options to adjust seat heights and angles. An LCD tracks workouts.


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