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Exercise Bikes

Exercise bikes are a great way to get your blood pumping by doing cardio within the comfort of your own home. We have a huge range of flywheel and belt driven exercise bikes to choose from, along with practical folding exercise bikes that can be tucked away after your workout to save space in your home. Build your perfect home cycling workout with Ryman!

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    2 in 1 Upright Exercise Bike
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Exercise bikes are one of the most popular forms of home gym equipment around, largely thanks to their ease of use and ability to track the impact of your workouts. There’s nothing like starting the day by getting your blood pumping and working up a sweat. No need to trudge out to the gym on cold, dark mornings or delay your evenings after work, you can get all the cardio you need in your own home! 

If you have a smaller space available or want to ensure your bike doesn’t get in the way of other activities, we recommend opting for a folding exercise bike to maximise the use of your room. 

If you’d prefer to get out on the open road instead, then check out our range of bikes instead. Or if you’d like to explore other forms of home workout, we have a large range of home cardio equipment to choose from. 

 

Why is an exercise bike good for you?

Exercise bikes are one of the most effective cardio training machines for getting a full body workout. Not only are you strengthening your quads and calves, you’re also engaging the muscles in your core, back, and shoulders too. Hitting all the core muscle groups, working out on a home exercise bike can help to tone up the whole body for a well rounded healthy appearance. 

An exercise bike is a highly effective tool if your workout goals include weight loss or fat burn. Depending on how hard you cycle, working out on a stationary bike can cause you to burn around 600 calories an hour. Engaging in a regular form of cardio exercise can also help you to maintain a clear head and support positive mental health. 

 

Which exercise bike is best for bad knees?

If you’d like to opt for a bike that puts less strain on the knees, then we recommend selecting an exercise bike that lets you sit your weight back behind your legs whilst pedalling, rather than above and leaning over the handlebars. This will allow you to enjoy cycling for longer whilst minimising any discomfort you may feel on a traditional exercise bike. These types of exercise bikes tend to be well suited to seniors. 

 

Not quite found what you’re looking for? Check out our full range of home gym equipment.

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