Fitleader Indoor Exercise Bike Review

Fitleader Indoor Exercise Bike Review

Let’s briefly set the scene. You’ve decided to try and get fit so you’ve pulled your bicycle out of the garage and intend to ride it around the block. Things are going really well right up until you feel it….

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Let’s briefly set the scene. You’ve decided to try and get fit so you’ve pulled your bicycle out of the garage and intend to ride it around the block. Things are going really well right up until you feel it. A huge drop of water has fallen onto your head. Next thing you know the heavens have opened and you are stuck in the middle of a downpour absolutely soaking wet. The exercise that seemed like a good idea half an hour ago no longer does! Fortunately there is a solution to this problem and it comes in the form of an indoors exercise bike. These are very clever pieces of kit that give you the chance to stay fit without ever venturing outside your house. Now there are a lot of these machines on the market so the big question is which one should you chose? Well to help you out, today we are going to take a look at the Fitleader Exercise Bike in an attempt to answer that question.

What are the Features?

This exercise bike has enough features in it to keep you on your toes (or more accurately on that bicycle seat) for months! Firstly it has 8 different levels of resistance which means that you can decide on the level and difficulty of your workout, raising the levels as you get fitter and fitter. The seat is adjustable so it doesn’t matter how tall you are you will still be able to exercise, and the heavy duty steel frame construction can take a weight of up to 240lbs. Features also worth mentioning on the Fitleader are the dual action anti-skid handlebar and heavy duty crank and steel frame which help to ensure stability when riding.

What are the Positives?

The biggest positive this bike has is its ability to fold itself up. This means that once you have completed your workout you can simply fold it and put it away neatly under the stairs or in a cupboard. The other good thing about the Fitleader is the control you can have over your workout. With 8 different levels of resistance available, it doesn’t matter if you are just starting out or already an expert rider, you’ll be able to set it to suit your needs.

What’s bad about it?

As this bike is designed to be a foldable machine it could be considered a little lightweight for some user’s needs. It is not made of heavy materials like other comparable bikes are, and if you do want to make these comparisons you can do so here at Indoor Training Bikes website, but this is not what it was designed to be.

Conclusion

If you want a small, portable, and yet good quality indoor bike then you could do a lot worse than to look at the Fitleader. It is a machine which has been perfected to suit its target audience, and as a result this is a good indoor bicycle for those who are looking to stay fit but don’t have too much room in their homes.