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Exercise bike as a public fitness must product, the market of companies and products row upon row of. All kinds of styles are very different, today to comb the mainstream brand products on the market at present.

Apex Rides Exercise Bike
The best way to think about this bike is simply as a slightly more affordable Peloton. Similar to bikes that typically cost at least £1,500, Apex’s Smart bike connects to a range of courses using its app, allowing you to train with hundreds of live and on-demand sessions recorded and streamed by some of the UK’s best instructors. Exercise bike is definitely a high performance option, with reluctance, Bluetooth connectivity and protected flywheels. It also gives you access to the entire Apex community, which helps riders connect via interactive leaderboards. If your whole family wants to get involved, you can store six different profiles on one bike. It costs £1,200.

Pro-Form Smart Power 10.0
For an advanced, ergonomically designed bike, Pro-Form Fitness takes it up a notch with its Smart Power 10.0 exercise bike. With 22 levels of resistance, digitally controlled, you can move seamlessly through different training phases. While ergonomic, the padded seat is designed for comfort (vital if you’re going to exercise regularly) and adjustable handlebars allow you to switch to the right position according to your shape and size. A key advantage of the bike is its 10-inch smart HD touch screen, which allows you to take interactive riding lessons from iFit Coach. It costs £1,000.

Technogym
The modified Technogym bike gives you more than just a fitness device, it’s almost a lifestyle in itself. Competing with Peloton for a package deal, your bike will offer you a comprehensive selection of Technogym training instructions, designed around your personal training goals and available in real time or on demand. You can also take part in virtual outdoor training sessions and ride at more than 25 different locations around the world. The bike itself is the result of 35 years of biomechanical research and is beloved by Olympic athletes. The subscription costs £59 every month.

Wattbike Atom Next Generation
Atom is for cyclists who don’t want to go out, who want the feeling of being on the road. The next generation Atom adds new beat and crank sensors to give you even more data after a ride. It also adds an electromagnetic resistance system that provides better resistance changes when synchronized with virtual training applications such as Zwift. Wattbike also includes its own training app for building bike fitness, paired with a heart rate monitor, to provide a fairly comprehensive connected training experience. The unit sale price is £1899.

Wattbike Atom Next Generation
Atom is for cyclists who don’t want to go out, who want the feeling of being on the road. The next generation Atom adds new beat and crank sensors to give you even more data after a ride. It also adds an electromagnetic resistance system that provides better resistance changes when synchronized with virtual training applications such as Zwift. Wattbike also includes its own training app for building bike fitness, paired with a heart rate monitor, to provide a fairly comprehensive connected training experience. The unit sale price is £1899.

Horizon GR7 Indoor bike
Mimicking road riding from an aesthetic and cycling experience point of view, you don’t need to leave your living room to get it. While most stationary sports bikes have the front wheel position with the seat higher than the rear, the G7 mimics the feel of a real road bike’s rear-drive position with a rear-drive position. The bike is ergonomically designed, with an adjustable V-frame, pedals and seats positioned with the way you ride the bike on the highway, and a magnetoresistive system, which means you can glide through different levels and gear changes without the strain you’d normally find on a traditional bike. You can also easily track your progress via a Bluetooth connection on your phone, or track virtual trips and coaching sessions through the Beat Program for more exciting and challenging workouts. The unit sale price is £1199.

Peloton Bike+
Peloton’s bike is designed for spin classes at home, and it also adds a new “auto-follow” resistance system that adjusts based on your target metrics and what your instructor tells you to do. Peloton has also added a rotatable HD screen to make switching between cycling and floor workouts easier, and now works with Apple Watch to share workout data. The unit sale price is £2295.

Echelon Connect EX3
Echelon is a cheaper way to take real-time or on-demand fitness classes together on a tablet. Available in red or limited edition black, its steel frame carries a flywheel weighing up to 13 kg and provides 32 levels of reluctance. Racing-style seats should make long rides comfortable and have adjustable self-locking feet. The unit sale price is £1119.

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WaterRower’ bikes have steel frames encased in solid wood and are available in a variety of colours. This race-style seat and handlebar design offers a choice of handlebars. To ensure that the car is more than just looks over substance, it employs magnetic braking technology to help deliver satisfactory resistance levels and will track training and cycling progress in conjunction with a companion app. The unit sale price is £2245.

Concept2 Bikeerg
Concept2 is probably best known for its rowing machines, but it also makes bicycles. This one combines the flywheel used by paddlers with resistance dampers to make the shift feel more realistic. The performance monitor is pedal-powered and can be paired with sensors such as a heart rate monitor. It also works with Concept2’s app and other major training apps to self-adjust seat height and armrest Angle, ensuring users can choose the most comfortable riding position. The unit sale price is £1999.99