I've had this bike for a week now, and so far I'm very happy with it! Despite recommendations in the manual, I put it together myself in about an hour. As many people noted, I too had trouble with the tension cable (just unscrew the bottom of the bracket a little bit for enough slack to finally slide the cable in). When in use, the bike is super quiet but if I really get going it does wobble just a little bit. This is probably because I'm 5'10" and have it set on the last hole. The seat adjusts by lengthening the section of the frame on the floor that connects the front to the back, so it is difficult to change once you've set it because you have to pull the whole weight of the bike in two directions while pulling up on a spring loaded knob. The main display is nice and big, however the bottom of the display is tiny (time, speed, etc.) so until you get used to the numbers, if you're letting it scan through the modes it can be hard to tell what you're looking at. I may be doing it wrong, but after each workout I have to delete the results of each mode individually or else when I start the next time they're still there. I do, however, really like the odometer, it's fun to watch my miles rack up. One thing it lacks is the ability to pedal backwards. Well, you can, but without any tension. Despite these few design details, it's all in all a good deal and a good value for the price!
Was this review helpful?
Thank you! You have successfully submitted feedback for this review.