|Bike Type: Upright bike||Fan Included: Yes|
|Upper Body Workout Ability: Yes||Special Requirements: Big (300+ Lbs)|
Questions & Answers
Marcy Fan Upright Bike
Debbie from San Angelo Tx
It is nice and smooth...Easy to assemble. The seat could be more comfortable....It is easy to move around.
A good purchase
Ranjit from Abbotsford
I like it even though the fan is noisier than I expected & seat is harder than I expected. Assembly was very easy. Good for a beginner. Good value for the price.
Wonderful Marcy Upright bike
carol Barcia from Mandeville, LA– Verified Buyer
best price around
Marcy Fan Bike
Linda from Blue Springs, MO– Verified Buyer
The bike was not to bad to assemble. I am having problem with the monitor to connect it to the bike wheel. I wish the bars were closer because it hurts my back when I use them. I would get a different bike but for the basics it is good.
handlebars are useless
George from Calabash, NC– Verified Buyer
I bought the bike because it was rated for up to 300lbs. I am 6'2" and 265lbs. I cannot reach the handlebars comfortably. My wife at 5'71/2" also is uncomfortable with the handlebars. I would appreciate advise on how to bend them to make them taller without increasing the span of the reach. I would be nice if the manufacturer provided options for the length of the handlebars. Obviously, one size does not fit all. There is no tension adjustment nob so resistance is minimal even when peddling fast. The bike was easy to setup and does not take up a lot of space. For the price it was I can't expect it to perform like a $700 bike.
Great except the seat is too hard!
G.H. from Juliette, GA– Verified Buyer– Top 1000 Reviewer
Im on stage 3 of 4 before I need knee replacement surgery. I also have bone spurs in both of my heels. I needed something to strengthen my leg muscles and help lose weight to ease my pain. This works great! I can excerise on this without straining my knee or pounding my feet yet I can still feel like Ive had a workout. Only problem is the seat has no cushion. It is very uncomfortable. I have to place a towel on the seat for extra padding.
Nice low-cost bike
Margaret from Woodburn, OR– Verified Buyer
I recently received a new knee and was having trouble with scar tissue keeping me from getting enough bend in my new knee. I used an expensive bike at the Physical Therapy Clinic and it seemed to help better than any other appliance. I bought this bike hoping it would help me exercise my knee at home, and just hoped it would not be so low-cost that it would not work with my 270 lb frame. It is not fancy but it works for the purpose that I bought it. Seat is a bit uncomfortable. One of the bars connected to a pedal rubbed against the frame so had to take it apart and have my son bend it a little more.
Seat is too hard
Exercising my new knees from Iowa
My only complaint about this product is that the seat is too hard. It is extremely uncomfortable and I am currently sitting on a blanket so that I can use it. I am looking for alternatives to pad the seat permanently.
Loretta from Kennett, Missouri
i put on my cd of workout music and ride away. it is a smooth operator. love the meter turning away and it is easy to keep going because it shows you have just a few more minutes to an even 15, 20, 25; etc., or a few more pedals to get to an even mile mark! the handle has been improved since my last one and no more clicking! price is great.
Good Bike However Hard To See Display
Senior Bike Rider from Harmon, IL– Verified Buyer
The bike is ok when you don't use the handle bars and the display is not readable and should be at or eye level.