Best Exercise Bikes Under $1,000 of 2017
Exercise bikes from $500 to $1,000 offer many of the top rated bikes on the market, including the highly touted NordicTrack VR.
Exercise bikes from $500 to $1,000 are both reasonably priced and highly effective.
Top 5 Best Rated Exercise Bikes Under $1,000
|Type||Recumbent||Upright||Indoor Cycle||Indoor Cycle||Recumbent|
|Resistance||24 Levels||24" Fan||40+||Adjustable||32 Levels|
|Display||7" Color Touchscreen||LCD Screen||Round Watts LED Display||3" x 4" LCD||LCD|
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Exercise Bikes Under $1,000 Buying Guide
If you are shopping for an elliptical or treadmill you’ll likely need to spend $1,000 or more for a quality, dependable trainer — not the case with exercise bikes. In fact, many of the highest rated models are exercise bikes from $500 to $1,000 including the NordicTrack Commercial VR25 Elite and Sole SB900 both of which have an overall rating of +90 percent.
Exercise bikes from $500 to $1,000 are what some may define as “middle of the road” bikes considering that they are a noticeable step above the Under $500 exercise bikes yet more affordable (not to mention comparable) to exercise bikes from $1,000 to $1,500. As previously stated, exercise bikes on-average are much cheaper compared to ellipticals and treadmills, thus seriously considering a bike in the $500 to $1,000 price range should ensure years of productive use.
Exercise bikes from $500 to $1,000 often have similar specs and features when comparing one model to another. While recumbent bikes are available in the Under $500 price range you’ll likely need to shell out a little extra cash for the new bike design. Thus, exercise bikes from $500 to $1,000 are home to several of the highest touted recumbent exercise bikes. Exercise bikes from $500 to $1,000 also traditionally feature at least 18-20 resistance levels, heavy-duty steel or “Step Through” frame design, 10-15 workout programs, LCD display, iPod dock, built-in speakers and more!
For 2016, FitRated.com has reviewed and rated it’s Top 5 Exercise Bikes from $500-$1,000.
When shopping for an exercise bike in this price range it’s important to not only consider the specs, but the reputation of the manufacture, warranty & guarantee offered as well as what previous and/or current owners have said about the exercise bike. Generally speaking, the resistance system, number of resistance levels offered, durability of the frame, number of pre-defined workout programs and display system are all important factors contributing to your final decision. Also, because exercise bikes from $500 to $1,000 are often loaded with other luxuries like an iPod dock, built-in speakers, cooling fan, etc you might have a few extra demands in your final decision.