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Buying Guide: This $150 folding stationary bike is an Amazon customer favorite
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Buying Guide: This $150 folding stationary bike is an Amazon customer favorite

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Whether you’re looking for a way to break up your day while working from home or need an alternative to visiting the gym in person, this folding stationary bike from Exerpeutic might be the perfect solution. You don’t need a big budget or a ton of space to get a great workout at home.

Home Gym Equipment for Small Spaces

If you don’t have a large basement or spare room, figuring out where to exercise in your home or apartment can be tricky. Fortunately, this compact bike can be folded to half the assembled size, easily moved with the included transportation wheels, and stashed in a corner or closet while not in use.

High Quality, Low Cost Exercise Equipment

You don’t need to break the bank to get a great workout at home. This affordable folding stationary bike has an 8-level magnetic tension system so you can customize your workout for quick cardio or muscle building. The large LCD window displays distance, calories burned, time, speed, and pulse so you can monitor your progress and heart rate as you bike.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers love this folding stationary bike giving it an average rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars with nearly 10,000 reviews. Reviews mentioned how much they liked the small size while still feeling like the bike was sturdy enough for intense workouts. The seat was comfortable, the bike was extremely quiet, and several reviewers loved riding this bike while watching their favorite shows.

Exerpeutic Folding Magnetic Upright Exercise Bike with Pulse available from Amazon


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