ProGear 225 Foldable Magnetic Upright Bike Heart ...

October 14, 2018 - Comment

If saving space in your home is a priority then the ProGear 225 foldable upright bike will fit your exercise needs. An important part of your workout is knowing your heart rate throughout your workout to make sure you are maximizing your calorie and fat burn, so we also included a heart pulse monitor. In

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If saving space in your home is a priority then the ProGear 225 foldable upright bike will fit your exercise needs. An important part of your workout is knowing your heart rate throughout your workout to make sure you are maximizing your calorie and fat burn, so we also included a heart pulse monitor. In addition, we upgraded the crank system to provide a smooth and consistent pedaling motion. Transportation wheels allow you to move the ProGear 225 to different room locations or if possible even in a closet. So start getting fit and healthy with the ProGear 225 foldable upright bike and get the workout you have always wanted. Features: 220 lbs. Weight capacity. Compact design perfect for limited spaces or small apartments. An 8 level magnetic tension control system for an easier or more challenging workout. An easy to read computer LCD display that indicates calories burned, distance, time, speed, pulse and scan. Heart pulse sensors allow you to monitor your heart rate. Dual transmission flywheel allows for higher resistance workout. 3 piece cranking system with magnetic tension provides a smooth and consistent pedaling motion. Ergonomic contoured seat cushion easily adjustable to fit 5’1″ to 6′ user heights. Larger pedal design with safety strap prevents any foot slippage when exercising. The precision balanced flywheel and V- belt drive provide a smooth and quiet operation and will not interfere with watching TV or listening to music. Folds to almost 1/2 the size, so it is uniquely compact. Folded dimensions: 19″ L x 17.5″ W x 53″ h. Adjustable leg stabilizers to prevent any movement or tipping when exercising. Transportation wheels included for easy relocation. Accessory holder included. All batteries included (2 AAA). some Assembly required. 1 year limited warranty. Product setup dimensions: 32″ L x 17.5″ W x 46″ h. Product weight: 34.8 lbs.

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Product Features

  • 220 lbs. Weight capacity. Heart Pulse sensors allow you to monitor your heart RATE
  • Compact folding design perfect for limited spaces or small apartments. Folded dimensions: 19″ L x 17.5″ w x 53″ H
  • An 8 level magnetic tension control System. An easy to read computer LCD display indicates calories burned, distance, time, speed, Pulse and Scan
  • Ergonomic contoured seat cushion easily adjustable to fit 5’1 inch to 6′ user heights
  • Dual transmission flywheel allows for higher resistance workout

Comments

Veronica says:

Convenient for adding more exercise to daily routine This bike comes semi-pre-assembled. Most of the smaller pieces are put together leaving only 7-8 major parts for you to put together (see photo). The instructions are pretty simple and everything you need comes in the box. I’ve been riding it for about 2 weeks. I like: it is very quiet, it light and portable so I can move it in front of the TV to ride and into a closet when I need it out of the way, it doesn’t take up much space, the seat is pretty comfortable, the tension can be adjusted…

Bookfan says:

Good bike, especially for the vertically challenged I’m 5’1″ and wanted to make sure I found a bike that would work for me. This one fit the bill. In fact, I moved the seat up two notches. It’s a sturdy, good-quality bike. I’m not the best or most patient person at assembling things, but this wasn’t bad. I put it together by myself one evening. (The instructions are better than most.) This bike is very quiet, hardly makes any sound at all. It has a nice, smooth “ride,” and the computer works fine too. The bike is fairly easy to move…

Andrea103 says:

Great alternative to a high end bike I was thinking about buying one of those new bikes they have been advertising everywhere…until I looked into the cost. The bike was $2,000 plus you need a monthly subscription ($40 a pop) to ride. Nope. Sorry. I checked out a bunch of stationery bikes on Amazon and went with this one because of the reviews, price and Prime shipping. The bike came and I had it together in 20 minutes. The instructions were simple, all tools are included and I couldn’t ask for more based on the $100 price tag…

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