Category: Reviews

Spinner Edge Review

Buying a spin bike is a great way to get a spinning workout or do cycling training in the comfort of your home without having to battle with traffic or be at the mercy of the gym schedule or other…

Keiser M3i Review

The Keiser M3i is an upgrade to the popular Keiser M3 with fully adjustable handlebars, more ergonomic designed handlebars and a bluetooth console for uploading your workouts to an App for monitoring and tracking your performance being the noteworthy improvements.…

LeMond RevMaster Sport Review

The LeMond Revmaster Sport is a spin bike designed to be used in the home or for light commercial use. It comes with a heavy flywheel, steel frame, kevlar belt drive, strengthened crank, fully adjustable seat and handlebars which certainly…

Exerpeutic LX9 Training Cycle Review

The Exerpeutic LX9 Training Cycle is a spin bike that comes with features you don’t normally seen in its’ price range – it includes a console, fully adjustable handlebars and seat and elbow pads. This certainly makes it worth serious…

Spinner Blade Review

The Spinner Blade is a commercial grade spin bike that is a quality bike used in fitness clubs across the country. But just because it is good enough for the gym doesn’t mean it is right for use in the…

Ironman H-Class 520 Indoor Training Cycle Review

The term Ironman brings to mind many excellence, toughness and resilience especially in the triathlons field. These are some of the attributes you’d expect from exercise equipment with the term in their name such as the Ironman H-Class 510 Indoor…

Schwinn AC Performance Plus Review

The Schwinn AC Performance Plus is one of the most popular spin bikes with gyms. It has a lot of great features that can explain this with it being designed for low maintenance as well as giving their customers comfortable…