Rev Xtreme S1000 spin bike £119.99 @ Ebay/we-r-sports - HotUKDeals
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Just bought that on Ebay, I have been looking at it since the last deal (was slightly more). So quite happy with the deal. I haven't received it yet, but according to the review i think it is a pretty good deal. I ride on road and MTB but sometimes I haven't got the time to go out and just want to keep my fitness up. So hopefully this will complement my training
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#1
Excellent Quality Spin Bike. Payed 40 quid more. Bought one for work where I'm unable to go to the gym. Helping me a lot in losing my gut.
#2
Has anybody fitted some SPD pedals on this bike? Thinking of getting some Shimano PD-M-520 so that I can use my cycling shoes. Thanks
J
1 Like #3
I bought one last year for £10 more, the only difference I can see is this seems to have a different coloured computer. I wasn't expecting it to be as good as it was. Nice and sturdy. Never worth the claimed original price but definitely better than all similarly priced exercise/spin bikes that I have seen and used.
#4
jeannot18
Has anybody fitted some SPD pedals on this bike? Thinking of getting some Shimano PD-M-520 so that I can use my cycling shoes. Thanks
J
carefull you don't topple over in SPDs

Ps the 520s are around £16 delivered the majority of the time, so don't pay much more

£14.39 http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/shimano-m520-clipless-spd-mtb-pedals/rp-prod3759?utm_source=Google&utm_medium=Shopping&utm_name=UnitedKingdom&gs=1&gclid=CIvX3rbF9r8CFcsBwwodag0A0g&gclsrc=aw.ds
#5
Looks like a great deal- voting hot. Just looking at some reviews before buying one myself though, and several say these are very noisy. Anyone have any direct experience with using one?
#6
Heat Added - I need something to use while just lounging around watching tv.
Are they easy to move between rooms - I see it said the wheel was 13kg; assembly ... Is it easy? Noise - like the previous post... Anyone able to comment on that? Any input will be appreciated.
#7
Would this be suitable for pensioners? Is there any maintenance required to keep it running?
#8
Read reviews on Amazon and decide for yourself, I need something quiet and reliable, let me know when you find a better deal.
#9
I've got the 10kg version. The noise isn't that bad. Assembly was just the seat, peddles and handle bars, took a few minutes. You can move it between rooms by tipping on one end. I'm happy with mine, much smoother than the non flywheel bikes which cost £70+
#10
some reviews on Amazon are awful. Very loud machine "sounds like a lorry braking hard in my living room"
#11
Is this the same model that is regularly on Groupon?
#12
Every time I think of buying something like this I think isn't a bike ride just as good ?
3 Likes #13
gepw
Every time I think of buying something like this I think isn't a bike ride just as good ?


Sometimes that just isn't as convenient.

Then there are people who do structured training.

The weather.

Also you can watch your favourite programmes and exercise at the same time... rather than just sitting on your ****.
#14
gepw
Every time I think of buying something like this I think isn't a bike ride just as good ?

Generally, you don't get hit by a car on one of these ;)
#15
Get some sufferfest films ...
#16
I'm curious to know what the deal is with these 'spin' bikes. Why are 'spin classes' all the rage in America (since when do you need a class to peddle a stationery bike???) and what's the difference between these and the regular old exercise bikes? Thanks.
1 Like #17
gepw
Every time I think of buying something like this I think isn't a bike ride just as good ?

Bike ride is much better..... the cars trying to get you just adds to the adrenaline you need to push it harder!
#18
Hmm, I'm considering getting this - the reviews on Amazon seem to be mainly positive; there are some points about parts being attached incorrectly or failing in general.

If it's not great - my concern is getting rid of it...!
#19
always tempted when i see these types of bike on offer but when you read the small number of negative reviews it always manages to put me off.

I do 40-60 miles each weekend and dont find the time to get out during the week on the road/country paths, darker nights coming will do so even less. So something like this would be ideal. but there are so many on the market its difficult to decide.

people think always the more expensive you pay the better it will be, issue is.. those at £500+ there is an extreme lack of reviews. At least with this one there are 111 5star on Amazon to only 7 1star, Having on their ebay page for this bike RRP £699 is surely false advertising. Tour De France bike looks impressive but im not ready to spend near £1000 on an exercise bike ;)
#20
gepw
Every time I think of buying something like this I think isn't a bike ride just as good ?

you'll never get a flat tyre.
#21
ashleylangford503
gepw
Every time I think of buying something like this I think isn't a bike ride just as good ?

Generally, you don't get hit by a car on one of these ;)

I dunno, the way Nottingham drivers were treating me yesterday it wouldn't surprised me if a car will come through my front room and hit me at the moment.

Although I'm tempted by this and have voted hot, I think I'm more tempted by http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cascade-fluid-pro-trainer-149-99-one-bicycles-1964380#post22447081 for £30 more. Mainly for space saving and I can double up the Cascade as a bike fitter.
1 Like #22
I have one of these having paid £40 more and would highly recommend it. I use it when the weather is too bad to go out on my hybrid bike and during the winter evenings. It is a good solid machine and gives a good workout. At this price point it is superb value.
#23
Are these noisy?
banned#24
great for zooming through red lights, er hang on..
#25
Great bike bought it at £200 and it was still a great deal.

Best tip I can offer to everyone is. Make sure you use it! Don't do it 7 times a week for the first week and knacker yourself out, take it easy, build up the resistance and I promise you feel great.

I do it every other day in the morning before work and I promise i'm 10x more alert than anyone else when i walk in with a smug grin :)
#26
bigphilis
Are these noisy?
They make a gentle hum, depends on how fast you go, its never bothered my dad who sleeps next door when I use it in the morning
2 Likes #27
MadeInBeats
I'm curious to know what the deal is with these 'spin' bikes. Why are 'spin classes' all the rage in America (since when do you need a class to peddle a stationery bike???) and what's the difference between these and the regular old exercise bikes? Thanks.

You don't need a class as such but it does provide a structured fitness class. Also you don't have to pay hundreds for a proper spin bike when you go to a class. If you bought a bike you wouldn't need the classes. You can even get DVD classes if you want to follow a routine.

Spin bikes have a heavy, weighted flywheel that is directly mechanically linked to the pedals. this makes them like fixed-gear bikes, in that if you stop pushing on the pedals, they will tend to keep spinning due to the inertia of the flywheel.
1 Like #28
ashleylangford503
gepw
Every time I think of buying something like this I think isn't a bike ride just as good ?

Generally, you don't get hit by a car on one of these ;)

You won't get those pesky trees jumping out in front of you as well...
1 Like #29
Do you think I will be able to get one of these on the NHS?
#30
MadeInBeats
I'm curious to know what the deal is with these 'spin' bikes. Why are 'spin classes' all the rage in America (since when do you need a class to peddle a stationery bike???) and what's the difference between these and the regular old exercise bikes? Thanks.
The main difference for me is that you can do standing climbs on a spin bike. If it has magnetic resistance you can't stand. The best way to push your heart rate up to a decent high is by standing, mimicking a steep road climb.
#31
whatyadoinsucka
jeannot18
Has anybody fitted some SPD pedals on this bike? Thinking of getting some Shimano PD-M-520 so that I can use my cycling shoes. Thanks
J
carefull you don't topple over in SPDs

Ps the 520s are around £16 delivered the majority of the time, so don't pay much more

£14.39 http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/shimano-m520-clipless-spd-mtb-pedals/rp-prod3759?utm_source=Google&utm_medium=Shopping&utm_name=UnitedKingdom&gs=1&gclid=CIvX3rbF9r8CFcsBwwodag0A0g&gclsrc=aw.ds
Thanks, yes I did see them on CRC, and was wondering if they could be fitted like on a normal bike. I will probably change the saddle too to the same model that I have got on my road bike so that I can get the same feel (cheap Spoon Charge).
Of course a spin/exercise bike does not replace a real ride on the roads/trails, but sometimes I just can't find the time to go out and fancy just a 45/60mins spin, so this will be perfect. Re the noise, I am lucky as I will have it in my bike shed so I won't annoy anyone with it
J
#32
This might be ideal for my other half. She has just got a road bike but isn't keen on using it on roads due to the traffic....... This may be the better option for her, and might stop her moaning that she's getting fat when I go out running and she plonks herself on the sofa
#33
Stonking price for this going on previous history of the deals.
#34
Same seller on Amazon claims this bikes rrp was £699 ? ebays listing rrp £199..now on sale for £183;66... So whats its true value???
http://www.amazon.co.uk/We-Sports-Aerobic-Training-Exercise/dp/B0092DOEHG/ref=sr_1_1?s=sports&ie=UTF8&qid=1407078581&sr=1-1&keywords=spin+bike


Edited By: inked on Aug 03, 2014 16:14
#35
Do they do this as a tandem - My wife loves it
#36
twoweedogs
Do they do this as a tandem - My wife loves it
jump on her back
#37
twoweedogs
Do they do this as a tandem - My wife loves it

Know what I mean, nudge nudge wink wink, say no more
#38
I don't have time to get the gym or go out running at the moment, if I get this and don't cycle half assed could it actually help me get in shape; is it good cardio?
#39
Vegito
I don't have time to get the gym or go out running at the moment, if I get this and don't cycle half assed could it actually help me get in shape; is it good cardio?
I have done a few spin classes at the gym (when I used to go). And if done properly, believe me you will feel like you have had a good workout. Quite a few videos on YouTube , follow those and you will get fit. For me it is just a way to top up my training when I can't go out on my bike
J
#40
MrHot
gepw
Every time I think of buying something like this I think isn't a bike ride just as good ?


Sometimes that just isn't as convenient.

Then there are people who do structured training.

The weather.

Also you can watch your favourite programmes and exercise at the same time... rather than just sitting on your ****.


Also if you have to be at home to look after children then you can get an hour done in the evening.

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