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Tesco Magnetic Exercise Bike with Handpulse £69.99 + £5 delivery or collect for free

£69.99 @ Tesco Direct
This Tesco magnetic resistance exercise bike has 8 levels of tension and features hand grip pulse sensors. Its computer functions include handpulse, scan, time, speed, distance and calories used. Th… Read More
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This Tesco magnetic resistance exercise bike has 8 levels of tension and features hand grip pulse sensors. Its computer functions include handpulse, scan, time, speed, distance and calories used. This exercise bike has a maximum user weight of 100kg. The Tesco magnetic exercise bike requires self assembly and includes tools.

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#1
Seems to get decent reviews.

http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Enlarge/0/SS08204-3420TPS347607.jpg
#2
I'm not really sure what to look for with exercise bikes. Can anyone tell me if this is a good one for someone who is quite fit already with strong legs? I don't want to get it and find there's no resistance.

Thanks!
#3
All I know is this is the cheapest you'll find a magnetic resistance exercise bike. Remember spinning burns more calories and is better for your knees than grinding.
#4
if you are going to use the bike a lot - and most end as clothes horses - then a gel seat is very useful. However they tend not be available on the cheapest bikes.

You also need to consider how long you expect to have it. At argos you can buy extended guarantees. My exercise bike lasted 2 1/2 years of hard use, had a 2 year guarantee and it's so difficult/expensive to get replacement parts that I've replaced it with a cross-trainer (cheap and I couldn't recommend it, although it got good reviews). I've read that its easy to get parts for York bikes but can't speak from experience.

Sainsburys had some bikes at 50 pounds but they aren't now available online so may have sold out.

With more expensive bikes (as mine was) you get preset programmes that will change resistance levels to provide variety. I was quite happy to make my own changes.
#5
Many Thanks for the info. I'm going to go to an actual shop so I can try before I buy.
#6
No worries. Mine's arrived, will set it up and report back soon.

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