Category: Indoor Cycles

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Bladez Echelon GS Indoor Cycle Review

The Bladez Fitness Echelon GS Indoor Cycle is a bike that comes with what look like to be very good features and all at a good price too. With a heavy flywheel, fully adjustable, belt drive and a console it…

CycleOps Phantom 3 Indoor Cycle Review

The Cycleops Phantom 3 you may have noticed is very similar to the Phantom 1 and Phantom 5 except for one thing. The difference is in the technology. The Phantom 1 does not having a console. The Phantom 5, also,…

Bodycraft SPT Indoor Group Cycle Review

Whether you are serious about training or a beginner you want a spin bike that is going to fit you properly, provide a stable riding experience and be able to stand up to tough workouts. It also needs to be…

CycleOps Phantom 1 Indoor Cycle Review

The Cycleops Phantom 1 has a different look to the majority of indoor cycles (or spin bikes) with its racing bike look and different style handlebars. The bike has been designed with indoor bike training as part of a cyclist’s…

Spinner Aero Review

The Spinner Aero has been designed for use in the home with the features of the commercial Spinner NXT. It is described as being for the serious road cyclist for use in indoor training. It has some great features to…

ESpinner Review

The espinner is like no other spin bike I’ve seen in one particular area, it comes with a full featured workout console and media center. No other spin bike computer comes close (and many don’t have one at all). It…

Keiser M3 Review

The Keiser M3 was the first model developed in the Keiser M series spin bikes. It is also the lowest priced. The 2 later models do have added functionality that you don’t get with the M3 The bike is one…