The FitDesk FDX 2.0 is the bestselling folding exercise bike with a desktop. It’s also well rated by customers overall. It’s one of the more expensive folding exercise bikes but it still outsells many of the others. So, it would seem it has something about it!

The Exerpeutic Folding Magnetic Upright Bike is the bestselling exercise bike week in week out. It must have something about it for to be continually selling well and also to be highly rated. 89% of customer reviews rate it a 4 or a 5. Even so at first look it’s reasonable to think if this…

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In this comparison of Exerpeutic 900Xl vs 400XL they go up against each other to show their advantages and disadvantages to help in deciding which is the right one for you. Although similarly described there are a number of differences in how they are set up which need to be taken into consideration when choosing…

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As we all end up with busier and busier lives – more pressure at work and less time at home but more to fit in with various activities that have to be done there is even less time for exercise. This goes against what we are told we should be doing when it comes to…

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A space saver exercise bike can be a great way to make the most of your home and get in shape without it dominating your home or apartment. There’s the need when you’re using it you need to be able to fit it into a room probably between other pieces of furniture. And when not…

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Folding exercise bikes can be a great way to get exercise into your life and they have a number of advantages over going to the gym. Here are just 10 reasons why it’s a wise choice to avoid the gym and get exercising at home on a folding exercise bike. 1. Germs. A recent study…

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The top 5 best folding exercise bikes are all a great way to get more exercise in your life without spending a fortune on the gym or on a piece of home exercise equipment. And from the comfort of your home. They’re compact and can be folded up out of the way when not using…

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In this comparison of Exerpeutic 400 XL vs Progear 190 they are put up against each other and contrasted to see how they measure up against each other. They do have a number of similarities, as you’d expect, with them both being able to be folded up and put out of the way when not…

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When you exercise you might be okay with feeling a little sore as a result of the exercise but you don’t want to be sore from sitting on a piece of equipment. Folding exercise bike seats have a bad reputation as to their lack of comfort which is why I’ve put together this best folding…

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This is a common question and concern when looking to buy a folding exercise bike. Understandably, as you can spend a good amount of time on them to help with your fitness goals. The answer to this is, it depends. Some bikes have more comfortable seats than others but even those that do have the…

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