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Schwinn Fitness Indoor Cycling Exercise Bike Series

(10 customer reviews)


Schwinn Fitness Indoor Cycling Exercise Bike Series

Last updated on 28/01/2022 4:10 pm Details

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Schwinn Fitness Indoor Cycling Exercise Bike Series

  • Includes 1-Year JRNY Membership ($149 value)
  • The JRNY experience assesses your fitness level, creates daily adaptive workouts that automatically adjust as you improve over time, and provides coaching and feedback that guides you through your workouts (JRNY Membership required)
  • Use with popular third party cycling apps like Peloton and Zwift on your smartphone, tablet or smart TV, and, with a JRNY account, during your workouts transmit bike metrics, such as cadence and power, to compatible cycling apps via Bluetooth connectivity (Cycling app subscriptions not included.)
  • Explore destinations around the world and discover 50+ global routes that auto-adjust in real time to your speed (JRNY Membership required)
  • Magnetic resistance with 100 micro-adjustable resistance levels
  • Full color backlit LCD console monitors heart rate, speed, time, distance, calories and RPMs
  • Dual link SPD foot pedals come standard with toe cages or clips and adjustable race-style seat
  • Urethane-dipped handlebars with 4-way adjustment, integrated multi-media device holder, and a pair of 3 lb. dumbbells
  • LCD console and magnetic reistance powered by wall adpator
  • Assembled dimentions are 49″ L x 21.5″ W x 52″ H and weighs 106 lbs.

10 reviews for Schwinn Fitness Indoor Cycling Exercise Bike Series

  1. Amahuna

    I am a gearhead, so I know bikes (stationary, road and mountain) and this is one tough-built bike. I’d be reluctant to give a bike 5 stars this early in my usage (less than 3 hours) but this is why I have done so: The speed sensor ceased to communicate with the console near the end of my second 45 minute ride and I contacted Schwinn. Their customer service was simply amazing. A very small problem, but the CS agent went above and beyond both with her handling of me and with her diagnosis. She insisted on shipping me a new sensor, despite the fact that I got it working again during our phone call. She also stated that their service records indicated they had not encountered this problem previously (the model has been in service for almost a year and a half). I believe it – as I stated earlier, this thing’s built tough. So, bottom line; the bike is clearly tough as nails and the warranty service is as good as it gets. Combine that with the price and it’s a no-brainer. So glad I pulled the trigger on this rather than buy the health-club-quality model, as is my usual practice.
    UPDATE 5/29/18: Having now put around 20 hours/200 miles on this thing I am a true believer. Schwinn is the way to go for this type of bike. Amazing value and dependability

  2. Amazon Customer

    I’ve had this bike for over a month now and am extremely happy with it. It’s well built, the levers for adjusting the seat and grab bars are great compared to the knobs that I’m used to a commercial studios. It is quiet and only hums a bit at higher resistance. Taking the advice of previous reviewers, I bought treadmill lubricant and applied it to the wheel/felt pad. That took care of any minor squeaking that started to happen at higher resistance levels.

    I use this bike with the Peloton app. The computer readout displays RPM (cadence) although the RPM information alternates with the speed (km/h) information so it’s a bit of a nuisance if you’re trying to follow RPM closely but the display is showing speed. Over time you’ll know the speed equivalence of RPM/cadence so it doesn’t bother me that the display doesn’t show RPM all the time. (ie: 35 km/h = approx 90 RPM, 25 km/h = approx 70 RPM) The Schwinn bike does not display resistance levels. One tip I have if you’re using the Peloton app is to go and try the Peloton bike at one of their showrooms. You’ll get a good feel for what a resistance level 20 / 40 / 60 feels like so you can adjust accordingly with the Schwinn bike based on feel. For me close enough is good enough. Peloton resistance levels are generally a range/guide and each person adjusts according to their comfort/ability anyways.

    The calorie information does not take into account resistance. It seems to only take into consideration time and distance. The bike does not come with a heart rate monitor despite the computer having a box that would show heart rate/pulse if you purchased a compatible remote heart rate monitor.

    If you use a large tablet (for the time being I use my iPhone) it can be difficult to grab the water bottle out of the water bottle holder since the tablet would be in the way. I would purchase a separate water bottle holder if I do use a tablet in the future.

    I have Specialized cycling shoes with shimano clips. They are perfectly compatible with the clips that come with the bike. No issues at all clipping in and out of the bike. I have taken off the cage straps as they kept slapping the pedal itself and making noise when pedaling with cycling shoes.

    Assembly was easy and straight forward. You’ll need two people – one person to hold/lift the bike up while the other person places the front and back base brackets in place. The box is also heavy and should be moved by two people.

    All in all, I love this bike. It solid and well built, looks great, quiet, feels great, rides smooth. This isn’t a Peloton bike but it does all the things that spinning bikes are supposed to do. If you’re looking for a cost effective alternative to Peloton bike or just a solid spinning bike for your home, I highly recommend this one.

  3. chuck

    UPDATE: Two years later:
    Now May of 2020
    I’ve used this bike 2 to 4 times a week for two years and I’ve done nothing to it. It’s still sturdy and quite.

    I did research for over a month before buying this bike. I looked at bikes from $500 to $1500 and everything in between. I had been using a Keiser spin bike at the gym and for me that was the gold standard. I was going to buy an M3 until I tried one of these at my friends house. Its an absolutely perfect spin bike! Yeah yeah yeah, it’s not a keiser but it’s quiet, very heavy, and heavy duty. All you need is an IPad and you’re set! I’ve been using mine 3 to 5 times a week for almost a year. It does not slide around, the parts are very well made, and it’s extremely quite. I use it in the morning while everyone is asleep, you can only hear it if your are in the same room. Hope that helps, it’s a great buy. No need to spend more when this does the job better than I could have ever expected.

  4. homelessloser

    This is my first indoor bike, which I bought because I am injured and can’t run right now. I’m 6’3″ 190lbs and the bike is very sturdy with me on it. I have put nearly 90km on it so far and the bike is almost perfect. It’s very well built, it has bluetooth and connects very easily to my Garmin watch which can then upload to Strava. I don’t even feel the need for a tablet or Zwift or anything like that. The resistance is super customizable and I find it very easy to get a killer workout in. I am definitely not feeling like I’m missing any cardio from not being able to run! Actually, I think my running will be even better if I keep using this thing once I return to regular run training.

    The bike is extremely quiet when pedaling. I live in a condo and I have it right up against my living room wall so I was concerned about noise. No issues at all.

    My only dislike is that it says it good for people up to 6’6″ but I don’t know about that. At 6’3″ I have the seat at the highest setting and it’s just not quite enough. Another quarter inch or so would be nice. Also, if I’m out of the saddle I cannot use water bottles as they stick out too much and even without water bottles I have to be careful not to hit my knees on the empty holders. However, the bike is still killer and I can work around the minor fit issues. It’s that good!

  5. nissa

    This bike has been a NIGHTMARE for me, as well as Nautilus, the manufacturing company – you do not want to be dealing with them. If I could give this bike, and especially Nautilus, negative stars I would. I received this bike, and was happy to have it for this quarantine period. Off the bat, the wheel makes a loud grinding sound. I was willing to just deal with that since I knew it was not magnetic resistance. But, by the end of the first ride, it started making this LOUD knocking noise the entire time I pedaled. I live on the second floor in an apartment so this was unacceptable. But even if I didn’t, the noise is still SO loud and unnerving. It made it impossible to enjoy, or continue, any ride.

    So, I called Nautilus customer service to try to troubleshoot it. I also sent her a video I had made of the bike making the sound as I rode it to help figure out the issue. While on the phone, she had me take off the chain cover and pedals. I asked her, with the sound only happening while being ridden for a bit, and the pedals being taken off, how should I make the sound happen for her to hear on the phone (which she seemed to be wanting despite my having sent her the video?). She said to just use your hand to move the pedal arm. So I did this, trusting her advice and not being a bike connoiseur as I told her, and I needed to move the arm fast to get the sound to happen. Soon into beginning this with my hand as she had instructed me, my finger got caught in the moving chain!!! It was sliced open with half of the nail torn off. I basically was in shock on the phone, told her what happened and had to hang up. At the worst possible time to go to a medical facility, I had to drive myself to Med Express to get stitches in my finger. This made my last couple weeks of being quarantined at home alone DRASTICALLY more difficult. With a STILL defective bike on top of it.

    The final straw for me, was that I politely emailed her the next day explaining the result of my urgent care visit and asking for suggestions about the bike. A week goes by….no response. I email again asking for a follow up….no response. This girl heard me agonizingly slice my finger open on their bike, panicking and hurt, and has made NO effort to contact me or merely RESPOND. It has been almost TWO WEEKS since this incident and no contact from Nautilus whatsoever. This is not a respectable company that anyone should choose to deal with. Injury or not, trust me, you’ll be getting a defective bike at the very least. There are so many better bikes and companies out there. Don’t make the same mistake I did!!!

  6. Nara Ruenes

    Love it love it love it.
    Great with my peloton app.
    I have an Ipad pro 12.9″ with a large hard case and it fits perfect on the provided slot.
    Only downfall is the seat…. Oh it’s toooo hard, hurts the bum. But not a huge deal just got another schwin larger and more padded one from Canadian Tire. Problem solved.

  7. Cesar

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     Ordered on Jan. 20, 2019; took delivery on Jan. 24, 2019; professional assembly/setup performed on Jan. 29, 2019. Today, Feb. 14, 2019 (and actually for about at least the past week), a loud and annoying noise coming from the tension control has developed. This needs to be fixed RIGHT AWAY!!! Apparently, I can return this until Feb. 23 (9 days from now) so I expect to have a response about what corrective action will be taken or else I will be returning this bike and will not touch Schwinn products again. Will the seller of the bike “Amazon.com Services, Inc” step up and do the right thing?

  8. JerseyCow

    Excellent quality, reliable brand, super quiet and adjustable for both short and tall riders. Love the dual spd / cage pedals. For the price, you cant go wrong.

    Note to those who say the flywheel screeches: just add some silicone lubricant to the felt pad. Takes two seconds to do and make any noise disappear. I got a bottle of treadmill lube from amazon as well for just a few bucks.

  9. Kristie j

    Overall, this bike is a really good value and does the trick! A couple things that bugged me, were:

    A bit of cheapness when it comes to the water bottle holder/tablet attachment. It goes on slightly crooked even after many attempts. This mainly upsets me because when riding my ipad slowly shakes off the bike as it is on a slant.

    The cleats that came with the bike are absolute trash. After having a lot of trouble with them, I Took them into a cycle store with my shoes and they basically laughed at me saying that these weren’t even real cleats. I’d recommend purchasing your own for only around $25.

    The flywheel started making a squeaking noise after only 2 rides, but will have it looked at by a tech soon.

    The digital monitor in the centre is only really useful for speed, I cannot figure out how to personalize it so that it gives the correct caloric output and stats etc.

    Other than that, the bike is of a high quality and I’ve been getting great workouts daily!

  10. RachaelRocks!

    My wife and I wanted a Peloton bike, but it’s $2,000.00 each and it’s not even a perimeter weighted wheel, which is a must for a spin bike. We searched endlessly for the perfect bike and this is it-we ordered two! I’ll make this short – Pros: Solid build…Its all very heavy solid steel…everything…no plastic anything, perimeter weighted wheel, computer to measure time-calories-speed-miles-rpm-heart rate, iPad holder, super adjustable, clip in with cycling shoes, easy to assemble, great packaging…no damage! Best part is you can put your iPad in the iPad holder and download the Peloton app – And there you essentially have the Peloton bike for $1,500.00 less. My wife and I stream the Peloton rides to our Apple TV – It’s awesome. No cons that I can find; we are incredibly happy with these bikes. If you’re on the fence don’t be – I hope the pictures that I attached help! BTW, the supposed manufacturer that’s answering Q&A has already answered several questions incorrectly, like it’s NOT magnetic resistance and the wheel IS perimeter weighted. I believe they are also incorrect about their Bluetooth heart rate monitor responses.

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