Home exercise bikes allow you the convenience of working out at home while still getting an intense fat-burning cardio workout. These bikes are the perfect pieces of premium workout equipment as they provide an easy-on-the-joints, low-impact way to get in shape.
Our exercise bikes are all high performers and provide an easy way to get in your daily workouts. Whether you prefer spinning out of the saddle or prefer to stay seated and push it, these bikes are all made from heavy-duty materials that have a more than generous weight capacity and provide easy accessibility.
These bikes can also help save on gym memberships without sacrificing precious floor space, and many of them can fit into surprisingly tight quarters in your home. Indoor exercise bikes ultimately end up being easy, convenient and portable, which is the magic combination to help you stick with any exercise program.
1. Schwinn IC4 Indoor Cycling Bike
This indoor cycling bike from Schwinn has a setup and build very similar to a Peloton bike with the 100 levels of magnetic resistance and SPD foot pedals with clips. This bike also offers the convenience of toe cages as well as clips so you can ride without cleats. It also has a full color backlit LCD screen that monitors your speed, time, distance and other key metrics. There is a smartphone mount for streaming classes and wheels so you can roll your bike in and out for your workout each day.
Pros: SPD foot clips and toe cages, backlit LCD screen, adjustable seat and handlebars, magnetic resistance.
Cons: You may accidentally hit larger water bottles with your knees based on where the holders are positioned.
2. PYHIGH Indoor Cycling Stationary Bike
PYHIGH’s stationary cycling bike offers an extended seat adjustment between 25″-38.5″ for taller folks and has a two-way adjustable handlebar and a four-way adjustable saddle. There’s a tension rod in the middle of the bike where you can adjust the difficulty of your ride and there’s an emergency stop built in if the bike gets away from you at any point. The bike also has an LCD monitor for progress metrics and an iPad/smartphone mount so you can stream in workout classes and participate at home.
Pros: Sturdy construction, adjustable features, stable pedals and steady iPad holder.
Cons: The LCD monitor is not as advanced as other bikes and only shows the most rudimentary metrics.
3. JOROTO Belt Drive Exercise Bike
This sturdy JOROTO exercise bike has an AV frame and a solid built that can accommodate users up to 280 lbs. The 35 pound flywheel is supported by a 50mm thickened frame tube so you can comfortably ride out of the saddle. It has a smooth, quiet belt drive, a wider seat that other spin bikes for comfort and is fully adjustable. The seat adjusts four ways and the handlebars can be raised or lowered depending on your preference. There is also a 10.2″ tablet support that can hold up to a 14″ notebook and it has a digital monitor for tracking stats. The bike also comes with a water bottle holder that’s lower down by the wheel so you can stay hydrated.
Pros: Well-designed frame, supportive and sturdy, heavy weight capacity, large tablet holder.
Cons: No option to clip-in if you prefer using cleats.
4. YOSUDA Indoor Stationary Cycling Bike
This stationary cycling bike from YOSUDA comes with an iPad mount so you can easily tack on your preferred gadget and pedal along with a class video. It’s got a 35-pound flywheel and heavy-duty steel frame to hold you in place during your workout. It’s built with a belt-driven system that keeps your pedaling smooth and quiet, and the handlebar is non-slip and adjustable. The seat is padded in four directions and it’s got an LCD monitor in addition to the tablet mount so you can track your metrics during your ride. The adjustable cage pedals will hold your feet in place and you can press on the resistance knob at any point to bring your feet to a stop.
Pros: Heavy-duty frame and flywheel. Has a belt-driven system for smoothness. The bike is very quiet to use and has a tablet mount.
Cons: The handlebars can be difficult to adjust.
5. Cyclace Stationary Exercise Bike
This exercise bike from Cyclace has a smooth, quiet belt system for movement and a 36 pound flywheel inside a stable, thick triangular frame. The multi-grip handlebars are great for stability during your workout and the whole bike is fully adjustable to your size and room preferences. The handlebars are adjustable in two directions while the seat can be adjusted forwards, backwards, up and down. The LCD monitor on top tracks how long you’ve been on the bike and the seat is comfortable so you’ll feel more inclined to work out for longer.
Pros: Thick steel frame, adjustable handlebars, heavy weight capacity of 330 lbs.
Cons: Setup can be a bit complicated for one person.