Which Indoor Spin Bike Is the One?


We’re in the midst of cuffing season. If you haven’t found “the one” this season, you might not need to be looking for another human partner to cure your holiday woes. What’s better than coming back from the carb load, that is the holidays, not just looking the same as you did pre-Turkey, but better? Get in wave shape while you can.



You might be thinking it’s impossible. Not really. All you’ll need is a majorly good indoor spin bike. If you aren’t big on group classes, and want to keep your sweat secrets to yourself, then purchasing a machine that leads the way, while enhancing some of the most flattering parts of your body, might be the way to go this year. And these beauties will be keeping you in shape for many holidays to come.

The Contenders

This isn’t the Bachelor, but it will be hard to narrow down all these insane bikes to just one winner. It depends on what you’re looking for.

Best Bike for Beginners

If you’re just dipping your toe into the pool of spin bikes, you might not want to jump the gun and buy the most expensive or the professional level one. If you’re just starting out with indoor biking, try the Spinning Spinner S1 Indoor Cycling Bike. It’s a bit expensive at $2,000. But then, it will last a long time and will give you an excellent workout.

Best Bang for Your Buck

If you want to start slow, and don’t have the $2,000 to drop on your fitness, go for the Sunny SF-B1001 Indoor Cycling Bike. This will run you between $100-400, which might make you breathe a little more easily, which you won’t be doing once you start the cycling. This brand also has a variety of bikes, so you’ll have more selections while getting the same level of quality.

If You’re In Between

If you don’t want to start small, but you don’t want to go professional either, you might want to buy a more midrange-priced and capable bike. There are plenty of options. One of the best is the Marcy Club Revolution Cycle Trainer. It’s easily adjustable, comes with pedals that will secure your feet, and is actually made of steel. The bike will be relatively easy to move around the house if you want a change of scenery. Heads up: the seat can be a bit uncomfortable for longer rides.

Best for Professionals

If you’ve mastered the art of indoor spinning, then you’re ready to put your money where your legs are (if that’s a thing). You’ll want the best of the best if you continue your training at home. That just might be Bladez Fitness Master GS Indoor Cycle Trainer. This bike apparently makes you feel like you’re on the road rather than in your own home. Now, that’s pretty cool. It also comes with LCD screen to monitor your progress. Get started now if you want to get to the professional league.

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