My husband got this for I wanted to get more fit I got today I 238.00 pounds I want to get down 130 I think this will help me wish me luck so by the first of the year I should be down I hope it will take time z,
My mom is getting older and needs to get more exercise. Many exercise bikes have a high middle bar you have to step over but this one has a \"step through\" design so she can more easily get on. One thing...my mom is petite (she's 4'11\") and the bike's predrilled holes for the seat didn't go down low enough for her...we ended up drilling four more holes in the seat stem and now she sits comfortably! :)
LCD display tracks speed, time, RPM, calories burned and more
What our shoppers say:
Do not recommend it
I bought the bike online, put it together and tried to use it for the first time the next day. But as soon as I started pedaling I felt a strange crunch in the wheel and it lost the wonderfully advertised magnetic resistance. Unfortunately after that there was not much use of it, so I returned it, spent a little more money at a different store and bought a good product, which I recommend doing. I guess you get what you pay for...
For a refreshing workout that'll leave you ready for more, the Weslo Pursuit CT 1.5 Upright Exercise Bike is the perfect choice for your home gym. The bike offers 2 preset work programs, both tailoring to your needs and skill level, while an ergonomic seat and handlebars keep you comfortable. The built-in LCD display allows you to track your speed, time, distance, and calories. The durable polyurethane covering is easily maintained and long-lasting. About ICON Health & Fitness Founded in 1977, ICON is dedicated to changing lives with fitness innovation. The company originally entered the health and fitness industry with the manufacturing of treadmills before swiftly expanding their product line to include treadmills, exercise bikes, and home gyms. Now one of the largest manufacturers of fitness equipment in the world, ICON employs nearly 4,000 people in 11 locations around the world. In addition to manufacturing, the company performs its own marking, research, development and industrial design for all products. It is ISO 9001-certified, meeting the international standard of quality for manufacturers. With nearly 200 patents for innovations and new technology, ICON and its associated brands, including NordicTrack, EPIC, Proform, and Weslo, are committed to pushing the envelope and providing high-performance products.
LCD monitor to track speed, time, distance, and calories
Durable steel frame construction
Features 2 preset workout programs
Vertically adjustable seat for more comfort
Ergonomic handlebars and pedals with adjustable strap
Maximum weight capacity of 250 lbs.
Dimensions: 32.7L x 20.3W X 56.4H inches
What our shoppers say:
Broken Plastic Frame!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I just received my bike today. I took all the parts out so that I could start putting it together and when I went to put parts on the main frame the plastic casing and back part of the bike were completely cracked!! If the company would pay more attention to how they package an item instead of how quickly one receives it, maybe it would get to the consumer in one piece. This is the second bike that I have ordered and the second one I have to return to Walmart. I am very dissatisfied and will not be ordering again from Walmart.
LCD displays speed, time, distance, RPM and calories
What our shoppers say:
Great Budget Elliptical
I purchased this elliptical in September 2011 (about 8 months ago) after cancelling a gym membership. I decided it was more worthwhile to build a small, at-home gym, but I couldn't spend much. I'm the kind of person who reads reviews religiously, and I knew what I was getting with this elliptical.\n\nFirst of all, if you're used to the elliptical at your gym, do realize this will NOT compare. The stride is noticeably shorter and the machine overall just isn't as smooth. It WILL start squeaking, grinding, and clunking in some shape or form - it isn't made to be top quality. It's a stable piece of equipment, but if you tried hard enough you could tip it over while on it.\n\nThat being said, I would still absolutely recommend this machine, for the price if nothing else. It serves its purpose and gets the job done, and let's be completely honest - do you really need a machine that a professional athlete could train on?\n\nI can't say much for the LCD display... I use mine as a towel rack and track my progress using other methods. I've never had problems with it, though. It seems to work just as well as the rest of the elliptical.\n\nPersonally I've used this elliptical 3-5 times a week for at least 8 months now. When I started, I could only go for ten minutes before I felt like dying, and it was the only exercise I did. Now I can easily do 30+ minutes with high resistance, although I usually just run these days. I do body weight and resistance training now as well. I've lost 60 pounds and reached a good weight for myself; now I'm focusing on building muscle.\nThis little elliptical has been with me every step of the way. While it's no state of the art piece of machinery, it's been really good to me. I don't see it wearing out anytime soon.