FITNESS REALITY U2500 Folding 400-lb Weight Capacity Upright Exercise Bike

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FITNESS REALITY U2500 Folding 400-lb Weight Capacity Upright Exercise Bike

Walmart # 554622239
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FITNESS REALITY. "Real People." "Real Results." The Fitness Reality U2500 is designed to support up to a weight capacity of 400 pounds. It is built for long life and durability. Features like the "high torque" three-piece crank system, magnetic resistance, heart pulse monitoring and a "double drive" transmission system are all included for a very affordable price. It can be folded away when not in use making the U2500 excellent for size-limited rooms and spaces.

About This Item

  • 400 lb weight capacity
  • 8-level Magnetic Tension control system
  • Heart Pulse Sensors
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    1-5 of 101 reviews

    I need to be a little taller to ride comfortably

    I was really looking forward to getting this exercise bike, as I have trouble walking due to a disability and riding a bike is easier for me. The description said the bike was made for riders between 5'1" and 6'5". I am 5'2" tall and can BARELY reach the pedals, so that it makes sitting on the extra large seat really uncomfortable. I actually tried putting my walking shoes on AND strapping on another pair of walking shoes to try and make me sit better on the frame. It did boost me up an inch or two, but then my feet quickly became tired trying to stay in the two pairs of shoes and the pedals. Sadly, I couldn't adjust the seat down, only up. I do like the smooth pedaling and how easy it is to adjust the tension, making it either easier or harder to pedal. The Mode button lets you select and lock on to the particular function you want; such as, TIME: your total workout time will be shown; SPEED: this shows your current speed during your workout; DISTANCE: this shows the distance you 'travel' during your workout; CALORIE: this shows the calories burned; PULSE: placing both hands on the metal part on the handle alows the heart rate sensor to measure the number of beats per minute; ODOMETER: shows the accumulated workout distance and then SCAN: this display scrolls through Time, Speed, Distance, Calorie, Odometer, and pulse every 4 seconds. If there isn't a signal (you aren't doing anything on the bike) for 4-5 minutes, the LCD display automatically shuts off. This display takes two AAA batteries that are included. NOTE: This wasn't in the booklet, but I figured out that I could clear the previous session numbers by pressing and holding the 'MODE' button until I could see all zeros. If space is a problem, then you will love how the bike folds for storage. When open, the bike is about 2 feet wide by 3 1/2 feet long, and when closed for storage, the bike is about 2 feet wide by 2 feet long. The instruction booklet listed dozens of parts, but a lot were already used for the "some assembly required". Out of 89 listed parts, I only had to deal with 26 parts. It was fairly easy to put together, even when the booklet didn't list all the steps. For instance, after putting the pedals on the bike, it doesn't tell you how to install the straps. You have to go to the end of the of the booklet under 'adjustments' to find out how to install the pedal straps. Also, on page 12, step 4, it talks about connecting the hand pulse sensor (9a) with hand pulse sensor wire (79), then connect the computer wire (9b) with sensor wire (37) and then it says to see Pic E. But there is NO Picture E! It only goes to Pic C. Also, on picture C, it shows 2 connecting wires for (9a) going to 2 connecting wires for Hand Pulse Sensor Wire (79). BUT, there is only ONE wire of both (9a) AND (79)!!! Some of the wires were already connected, so that could be part of the issue. One last thing I would wish for while using this bike, is more detailed instructions on actually using the bike. Yes, I know. It's just an exercise bike! But when it comes with all the bells and whistles, I want to know how to use those bells and whistles so that I can enjoy the bike to the fullest. Also, the description of this exercise bike claims it has a 400-Pound Weight Capacity, but on the bike itself is a sticker that says the maximum weight capacity is only 325-Pounds!
    Bike in action!
    Ready to Ride!Some Assembly Required!

    A Sturdy and Stealthy Ride

    I’m pretty impressed with the quality and performance of this stationary bike. First it was well packed in the shipping box, wrapped and heavily padded with all parts present and in perfect condition. Surprisingly assembly was fairly simple and took less than 15 minutes. I’m a big gal and really appreciate how sturdy this bike is, I’m not afraid to pedal with force. The bike doesn’t move across the floor while I ride, or damage my carpet or vinyl tile in any way. One of my favorite features on this item is the large multi-functional display. I can see it without glasses and when compared with stand-alone health trackers, it appears to function with the same high level of accuracy. The main selling point for this bike for me was the very generous seat size, since my butt has its own zip code. Yup, that big! But this seat is wide and comfortable and simply a must for this type of activity. Seat height is adjustable, I'm 5'4" and use the lowest seat height comfortably and so does my 12 year old daughter. Features 8 levels of tension, but right now I’m staying within the first three levels of tension and just trying to get up to 30 minutes a day of activity, and this is comfortable enough to sit on that long. The ride is whisper quiet; I don’t even need to turn up the TV when I ride. Also important is the weight limit for this bike as I have some friends that are pretty big and I wanted to share this bike, letting them ride when they came to visit. Unfortunately I noticed a large sticker on the base of the unit stating the weight limit is actually 325 lbs!!!! I’ve included a photo of that sticker with this review. That is a huge discrepancy from the advertised 400 limit and now my friend is afraid to get on it. If it were not for this discrepancy I would rate this bike 5 stars.
    Sticker on bike says 325lb weight limit?Huge Multi-functional display tracking my time

    4 Stars ****

    I'm going to be honest when I opened this box I thought Oh my gosh there is no way I will ever get all of these pieces to assemble into an exercise bike. However, after calming myself and separating all the pieces out on the living floor I realized it just looked overwhelming. It was actually very easy to put together. Everything is included to assemble the bike and I put it together by myself and yes I am a woman. haha! It took about 30 minutes total assembly time. Once put together this is actually a very nice exercise bike it has several settings you can set it on. You can change the tension with the dial as show in one of my pictures. You can also set it on one of many modes I think there are 5 or 6 or you can set it to scan all the modes. Calories, miles, heart rate...etc. The seat is adjustable which is nice because I am short and I need it on the lowest setting possible. It is also very padded and comfortable. The pulse detector is a plus to this bike as well. It allows me to tell if I am in the cardio fat burning range or not. As far as taking up a lot of room it's not a large bike I would say it a mid size exercise bike. It does fold down for storage and will fit nicely into a closet if needed. I gave this unit 4 stars because it is a sturdy exercise bike but at the same time it is a no frills bike. The tension setting dial does seem a little simplistic to me. It seems like they could have gone a little more in on making that digital instead of manual. I received this product for free as a Wal-Mart Spark Reviewer in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion.
    Display with Tension DialBike Upright

    Better than expected.

    I had 3 main criteria in my mind when making this purchase. 1. Price. Price was important because I didn't want to over extend myself financially. Done. 2. Size. I didn't want anything too big because I live in a studio apartment. Done 3. Strength. By that I mean will it be able to accommodate me? Me being 350 plus pounds. Done. Yes on all 3 counts. When it arrived I was pleasantly surprised by the fact that it was well packed. Nicely done. When the time came, putting it together wasn't difficult at all except in my case the wiring for the on board computer (their word, not mine) that gives you your readings(my problem was small wiring and space vs. large hands) but I got it done. This thing is very sturdy. I holds me up nicely without and straining noises from the equipment. I looked at the sticker for the weight limits and it does say 400 lbs. I think they may have reinforced this one as opposed to earlier models because I did read other reviews and I recall one that showed the weight limit at 325 lbs. It's smooth and quiet when pedaling which is great for apartment living. Overall, I am pleased with my purchase and I hope it will last me a long time.

    Great stationary bike for at home

    I wanted something that was not big but could give me a great workout. It is small and easy to store. It is really quiet as well. The only noise you hear is when you change the tension levels. I love this bike! Thank you.
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