We rated and reviewed 19 of the best indoor cycles currently on the market. Our stationary bike and spin bike reviews consider the bike’s cost, feature-set, and durability.
|CycleOps 300 Pro||Magnetic||350lbs.||9.3/10|
|Sole Fitness SB700||Flywheel||300lbs.||8.5/10|
|Bladez Fitness Master GS||Flywheel||250lbs.||8.3/10|
|Bladez Fitness Echelon GS||Flywheel||275lbs.||8.0/10|
Yes, it’s true… cycling workouts are one of the best ways to get in shape. In fact, riding a stationary bike is one of the most efficient cardio workouts you can do. In terms of calories burned per hour, cycling is on par with jogging, running, and rowing, and just a little behind jumping rope.
Pretty awesome, right?
However, not everyone wants to go to (or has access to) their local cycling classes. If you’re like me, you prefer to workout in the privacy of your own home because…
It’s just much more convenient.
Fortunately, if you are like me and you prefer to workout at home, you can recreate the benefits that cycling workouts bring to the table.
But to get the most out of your cycling, you need to have a quality machine.
In this guide, I’ll go over the best spin bike reviews and the best indoor cycles for home use currently on the market. I’ve broken the guide down by price range so that you can get the best stationary bike for your needs.