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Choosing An Indoor Bike

Indoor cycles are designed to simulate the experience of riding a road bike and have been used extensively in gyms for group exercise sessions, usually lead by an instructor in a similar way to running an aerobics class.

 

One of the main differences between indoor cycles is that some are fixed wheel. This simply means the bike will not free wheel when you stop pedalling, which some people may find difficult to control initially.

 

Most indoor training bikes have a seat that adjusts vertically and horizontally to get the correct training position. The ergonomically designed handlebars have a multi- adjustment so you can cycle in different positions. You can exercise stood up on an indoor bike which will give you a more intense workout, with the feel of using a road bike. 

 

Indoor bikes are sturdy with a weighted flywheel which is connected to the pedals through a transmission system that closely resembles that of an outdoor bike. Some indoor bikes have SPD pedals.

 

Most indoor bikes have a training computer showing workout programmes. Some bikes feature World Tour's app software and iFit live where you can pedal along the streets on google maps.

 

If you like gadgets and programmes then choose a bike with more technicalities. 

 

Click the banner at the top of the page for more information about Indoor Bikes, contact us on 0161 660 9082 we will be happy to advise.