Indoor cycling bikes

The Indoor Cycling Bike or Spinning Bike is one of the most common fitness machines used in gyms, both in individual and group workout sessions. The main function of these bikes is to offer a sensation as near as possible to traditional racing bikes, with a wide and varied range of workout options. With Spinning, one of the most popular techniques nowadays for keeping fit, you can lose fat and have a complete workout focused on the lower body (legs, thighs and glutes).

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  • Designed for regular use at home. Felt friction pad has almost infinite adjustability for fine tuned resistance. Flywheel weight: 20 kg.
    BH Khronos Basic II Indoor Cycling Bike
    • Weekly training:Up to 7h/week
    • Flywheel weight:20
    • Brake:By friction
    • Transmission:Belt
  • A brand new indoor bike with Magnetic brake system and 20kg flywheel. Flywheel: 20Kg
    BH Vienna Indoor Cycling Bike
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    BH Vienna Indoor Cycling Bike

    Delivery 5 - 9 working days
    • Weekly training:Up to 20 h/week
    • Flywheel weight:20
    • Brake:Manual magnetic
    • Transmission:Belt
  • Life Fitness Indoor Bike IC1 (new)
    Life Fitness IC1 Bike Indoor
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    Life Fitness IC1 Bike Indoor

    Semi-professional
    Delivery 5 - 9 working days
    • Weekly training:More than 20 h/week
    • Flywheel weight:15
    • Brake:By friction
    • Transmission:Belt
  • Features a large 16 kg / 35 lb rear-drive flywheel, designed to simulate the feeling of an outdoor bike by storing kinetic energy and maintaining momentum for a smooth cycling motion and consistent cadence.
    Adidas One C-21x Sprint Bike (Bluetooth)

    Adidas One C-21x Sprint Bike (Bluetooth)

    Delivery 5 - 9 working days
    • Weekly training:Up to 14h/week
    • Flywheel weight:16
    • Brake:Manual magnetic
    • Transmission:Belt
  • Enjoy the real road feeling of automatic incline and decline that simulates any stage terrain.
    ProForm Le Tour de France 10.0 Training Bike + 1 Month iFit Individual Membership
    • Weekly training:More than 20 h/week
    • Flywheel weight:9
    • Brake:Manual magnetic
    • Transmission:Belt
  • The flywheel uses air resistance to create a smooth, quiet ride that responds to your efforts.
    Concept2 BikeErg Cycling Bike
    • Weekly training:More than 20 h/week
    • Flywheel weight:20
    • Brake:
    • Transmission:Belt
  • Magnetic system with 6PK belt: the future in indoor cycling, Specifically designed for very intensive use. More than 20 hours per week. Magnetic brake system.
    BH SB3 Magnetic Indoor Cycling Bike
    • Weekly training:More than 20 h/week
    • Flywheel weight:
    • Brake:Manual magnetic
    • Transmission:Belt
  • Designed for regular use at home. Flywheel weight: 22 kg.
    BH Khronos H9162FD Speedbike
    • Weekly training:Up to 7h/week
    • Flywheel weight:20
    • Brake:By friction
    • Transmission:Belt
  • BH SB2.6 Indoor Cycling Bike, with an exclusive design for the toughest workouts, with a geometry similar to road bikes, which allows for a more intensive workout and a more realistic exercise experience.
    BH SB2.6 Indoor Cycling Bike
    • Weekly training:Up to 7h/week
    • Flywheel weight:22 or more
    • Brake:By friction
    • Transmission:Belt
  • Bring the full training experience to your home.
    Proform Pro 22 Indoor Bike + 1 Month iFit Family Membership
    • Weekly training:Up to 20 h/week
    • Flywheel weight:9
    • Brake:Magnetic programmes
    • Transmission:Belt
  • Ergonomic design and a 16 kg flywheel. You can manage your work out easily and effectively with its monitor.
    ION Fitness Velopro GS Indoor Cycling Bike
    • Weekly training:Up to 7h/week
    • Flywheel weight:16
    • Brake:By friction
    • Transmission:Belt
  • Self-Generating Power System. 18kg flywheel. 19 console programs. 32 levels of electronic resistance.
    Reebok One AR Sprint Bike
    • Weekly training:Up to 14h/week
    • Flywheel weight:14
    • Brake:By friction
    • Transmission:Chain
  • Designed for regular use at home. Leather friction pad has almost infinite adjustability for fine tuned resistance.
    BH SB2.2 Indoor Cycling Bike
    • Weekly training:Up to 7h/week
    • Flywheel weight:20
    • Brake:By friction
    • Transmission:Belt
  • Designed for intense use at home. Flywheel weight: 22 kg.
    BH Stratos Indoor Cycling Bike

    BH Stratos Indoor Cycling Bike

    Semi-professional
    • Weekly training:More than 20 h/week
    • Flywheel weight:22 or more
    • Brake:By friction
    • Transmission:Belt
  • The BH Duke is a full commercial indoor cycle.
    BH Duke H920 Indoor Cycling Bike
    • Weekly training:More than 20 h/week
    • Flywheel weight:
    • Brake:By friction
    • Transmission:Belt
  • Indoor bike ideal for regular workouts at home. Friction brake system and emergency brake to make your workouts more realistic.
    BH SB1.4 Indoor Bike
    • Weekly training:Up to 7h/week
    • Flywheel weight:18
    • Brake:By friction
    • Transmission:Belt
  • Magnetic brake system with selector lever of 16 different levels and emergency brake. LCD Monitor with Backlighting, at central handlebar. Multi-purpose pedals: Pedals feature both standard baskets and cycling shoe clips. Belt drive system.
    BH Duke Magnetic H925 Indoor Cycling Bike
    • Weekly training:More than 20 h/week
    • Flywheel weight:18
    • Brake:Manual magnetic
    • Transmission:Belt
  • Designed for a professioal use and realistic feeling.
    BH REX Indoor Cycling Bike
    • Weekly training:Up to 20 h/week
    • Flywheel weight:20
    • Brake:By friction
    • Transmission:Belt
  • Designed for a professioal use and realistic feeling.
    BH REX Electronic Indoor Cycling Bike
    • Weekly training:More than 20 h/week
    • Flywheel weight:
    • Brake:By friction
    • Transmission:Belt
  • It counts with an electronic monitor that shows the heart rate, speed and cadence. Flywheel weight: 20 kg.
    BH Duke H920E Indoor Cycling Bike
    • Weekly training:More than 20 h/week
    • Flywheel weight:
    • Brake:By friction
    • Transmission:Belt
  • Stable indoor cycling bike with tilt function for a realistic cycling feel.
    Bowflex Velocore 16 Indoor Cycling Bike
    • Weekly training:Up to 7h/week
    • Flywheel weight:
    • Brake:Manual magnetic
    • Transmission:Belt
  • BH i.AirMag
    BH i.AirMag

    BH i.AirMag

    Semi-professional
    • Weekly training:More than 20 h/week
    • Flywheel weight:18
    • Brake:Magnetic programmes
    • Transmission:Belt
  • It incorporates the i.Concept connectivity system with FTMS protocol that allows for greater compatibility with fitness apps.
    BH i.AirMag FTMS Indoor Cycling Bike
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    BH i.AirMag FTMS Indoor Cycling Bike

    Semi-professional
    • Weekly training:More than 20 h/week
    • Flywheel weight:
    • Brake:
    • Transmission:Belt
  • The power of an indoor bike for professional use for those who train at home, with all the features of a Full Commercial indoor bike.
    BH SuperDuke Magnetic ANT+ indoor bike
    • Weekly training:More than 20 h/week
    • Flywheel weight:20
    • Brake:Manual magnetic
    • Transmission:Belt
  • Resistance type: magnetic. Resistance levels: 16 levels. Flywheel weight: 20kg. Maximum user weight: 150kg. Dimensions: 112 x 62 x 120cm.
    BH SuperDuke Magnetic FTMS
    • Weekly training:More than 20 h/week
    • Flywheel weight:20
    • Brake:Manual magnetic
    • Transmission:Belt

Buying guide: what to know before buying a spinning bike

Indoor cycling bikes are one of the most popular cardio equipment for training both in the gym and in the comfort of your own home. They are fun and energizing to use, offering you a wide variety of options to avoid getting monotonous, giving you the motivation you need to be consistent in your workout.

When buying an indoor cycling bike, there are many aspects to take into account, such as your budget or the use you are going to give it.

If you want to know how to choose an indoor bike, here is a video that we hope will help you in your choice.

EVERYTHING you need to know BEFORE purchasing an INDOOR bike
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What types of indoor cycling bikes are there?

In our catalog you will find three distinct lines. On each of the individual products you will find the label that shows to which range it belongs:

    Indoor cycling bike for home use

    These products are 100% adapted for use at home, both for individuals and for several members. The warranty that covers is only for this particular use. A machine of this line located in a professional facility will lose the warranty.

    Semi-professional Indoor Cycling Bikes

    You will find a complete catalog of indoor cycling bikes specially designed in quality, warranty and price to meet the needs of fitness facilities in companies, communities of neighbors, hotels, physiotherapy and rehabilitation centers, municipalities, sports clubs and security forces and firefighters.

    Professional indoor cycling bike

    Designed for professional fitness centers. From large gyms, Crossfit, Gym Boutiques or functional training. It is also valid for the semi-professional line of the most demanding.

Technical characteristics of spinning bikes

Before buying an Indoor Bike, there are a series of aspects which you should bear in mind to ensure the right choice.

  1. Type of transmission
  2. Type of resistance: frictional, magnetic or electromagnetic
  3. Weight of the flywheel
  4. Adjustment possibilities
  5. Monitor and console

Type of transmission: belt or chain

Indoor Bikes have the pedals connected to the flywheel in two different ways, such that when the user begins to pedal, a rotation of the flywheel is generated. This is called transmission, and may be by belt or chain. Transmission by chain is the most economical and offers a more realistic sensation, more similar to that of a racing bike, but is a noisier option and requires more maintenance. On the contrary, transmission by belt is quieter and requires less maintenance, but is also more expensive.

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Tipo de resistencia: por fricción, magnética o electromagnética

La resistencia de las bicicletas de spinning puede ser por fricción, magnética o electromagnética:

  • Friction resistance (brake shoes) is the most widespread in the domestic environment, mainly because of the costs. In this system, shoes rub against and exert pressure on the inertia disk to reduce its speed or slow it down.
  • Magnetic resistance is the most commonly used in high-end indoor cycling bikes for professional use. In this system, the flywheel is braked by electromagnets that follow the indications transmitted by the user through the monitor. It is more expensive, but unlike friction resistance, it is much quieter and requires no maintenance.
  • Electromagnetic resistance works like magnetic resistance, with the difference that the resistance is regulated by electric current and can be programmed to adjust automatically during exercise. This braking system is quieter than the magnetic one.

Weight of the flywheel

The flywheel is the element of the bike that turns the pedal axle and transmits the different resistances to vary intensity during workouts. The greater the weight of the flywheel, the smoother and more fluid the sensation when pedalling, and the greater the possible variation of the resistance, which means more demanding workouts can be handled.

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Adjustment possibilities

Adjustment options for the saddle and the handle bar are closely related to greater or less comfort when doing the workout. Not all saddles can be regulated or substituted should this be necessary, so it is important to check that the bike you select has a saddle that can be adjusted, for increased comfort when working out and to avoid postures that could lead to injury. The same applies to the handle bar, which should be adjustable in length and height to adapt to the size of the user and avoid discomfort in the back following training. We should bear in mind that an uncomfortable saddle or handle bar can spoil the workout session.

There are several types of pedals:

  • Clipless pedals: these are those that allow you to attach the shoe (it must be a special shoe for this type of attachment), this provides more pedaling support and safety.
  • Mixed or Semi-automatic pedals: they are like clipless pedals because they provide automatic support by means of cleats but you can use any footwear.
  • Traction pedals or Footpads: allow the foot to be held in place with rigid plastic or straps using any footwear.

Monitor and console

La consola es indispensable, pues es desde donde se controlan las diferentes funciones de la bicicleta y se visualiza la información importante como: velocidad, RPM, calorías quemadas, tiempo, distancia, etc. Además, si la consola es compatible con tu Smartphone, iPod, iPad o iPhone, podrás llevar a cabo entrenamientos interactivos con las apps disponibles, que harán de tus entrenamientos una actividad mucho más amena y motivadora. En la actualidad, el monitor y esta compatibilidad y funcionalidad es uno de los aspectos que más están evolucionando que los fabricantes más están cuidando, ya que así añaden interesantes prestaciones a los entrenamientos. Ejemplo de ello es el sistema i.Concept, con tecnología Bluetooth 4.0. te permite utilizar al máximo rus app fitness favoritas.

Por otro lado, entre los avances tecnológicos que han hecho se encuentra la conectividad que es una nueva versión del firmware con un sistema de emparejamiento por bluetooth con todos los simuladores y software del mercado(FTMS), esto te aporta una experiencia diferente de la que disfrutar durante tu entrenamiento.

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Before deciding on an indoor cycling bike you should consider whether accessibility to the bike is a disadvantage. If you suffer from mobility problems and there is no indoor cycling bike suitable for you, the most suitable option is the recumbent exercise bikes, which have an open, comfortable access and allow you to train your lower body as well.
On the other hand, if you want to go beyond an aerobic workout and are looking to gain and tone your muscles, multi-gyms will help you achieve your goals.
Another point to take into account before and after your workouts on your indoor cycling bike is stretching to avoid injuries. For this we have accessories for stretching, which used correctly, help you to release the tension of the muscles of the different body areas.
Finally, if you are a cycling enthusiast and you don't want to get rid of your bike even when training at home, don't worry. In our online cycling store you can find the ideal accessories to use your bike at home without any problem. In addition, complement your workouts with energy bars that will help you recover or give you an extra boost of energy. Discover everything you can do from the comfort of your home.

Frequently asked questions about indoor cycling bikes

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