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NordicTrack GX4.0 Recumbent Exercise Cycle
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NordicTrack GX4.0 Recumbent Exercise Cycle

Item# 00621973000P | Model# 006-21973-000 | Added on July 1, 2012 | Seller: Sears.com
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Ride High on the Success of the GX4.0 NordicTrack Recumbent Bike
Find your workout niche with the GX4.0 NordicTrack Recumbent Bike that’s engineered for getting you in the groove and getting you results. Designed with a recumbent-style frame and offering great resistance workouts, it’s safe and effective enough to fit a range of needs of a variety of people. So whether you’re working out to relieve your back problems or training intensely for the next biking season, this recumbent bike is the one for you.
Safety and comfort are top considerations in the design and construction of the GX4.0 NordicTrack Cycle. A plush, easily adjustable wide seat, similar to a chair with a supportive cushioning, helps get you started right. Adjustable straps on the pedals create stability to keep your feet securely on the pedals so you can focus on working out and getting results. Find the best position to work out with the dual-position adjustable handlebars that give you an accommodating fit and help enhance your workouts with built in heart rate sensors that ensure you stay in your heart training zone at all times. The bike’s smooth, frictionless resistance system allows you a smooth, pleasurable ride, inspiring you to take your workout to the next level. Simply choose from the 20 built-in resistance levels and burn more calories, increase intensity and improve muscle tone.
Take the guesswork out of your workouts by customizing your own programs or choosing from 24 ... read more
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7 found this review helpful
by greatwhite
December 24th, 2012
exercise

This is a very quite bike to ride and has plenty of settings for the average person.

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4 found this review helpful
by Chenn
September 19th, 2012
Defective Bike

This bike I have only had for about a year or so and it already broke. I still need to call a tech out to get it checked, but I wouldn't recommend this bike to anyone. The hear rate reader never worked, however decided to still give it a change. Terrible bike and the worst purchase ever.

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Connie Joy David
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December 8th, 2013
RLAJR

Dissappointing

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Purchased new 12/1/11. Console no longer lights up and resistance motor failed after less than 2 years of in-home use. Have used NordicTrack equipment for years but am very disappointed in this one.

November 16th, 2013 via sears.com
1 of 2 found this review helpful.
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Darlene L.
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March 22nd, 2013
CAREY MCVICAR
March 17th, 2013
greatwhite

exercise

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This is a very quite bike to ride and has plenty of settings for the average person.

December 24th, 2012 via sears.com
7 of 7 found this review helpful.
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sameolddave

Unreliable

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I have had continuous problems with the functioning of this bike from the electronics to basic mechanics. During those brief periods of time when everything was working it was great. Disappointing.

September 28th, 2012 via sears.com
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TERRENCE BROWN

cad2198

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This product was fairly easy to put together. It took my husband about 1 1/2 hours to assemble. We enjoy this cycle. the seat adjust to accomodate various leg lengths. There are various pre-programmed workout options to suit your desired goal.

September 25th, 2012
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NR75074

Great Bike

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I started using a Precor bike at work which was out of my price range. After a few field trips to stores and reading reviews, this bike met my needs. It was delivered yesterday, and put together by myself with an occasional yell for help from my husband in two hours.

I hopped on and started using it right away. The display is awesome and the pulse monitor works. It is a great mid-range bike. I do not know how anyone can complain about it!

September 21st, 2012 via sears.com
2 of 2 found this review helpful.
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Chenn

Defective Bike

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This bike I have only had for about a year or so and it already broke. I still need to call a tech out to get it checked, but I wouldn't recommend this bike to anyone. The hear rate reader never worked, however decided to still give it a change. Terrible bike and the worst purchase ever.

September 19th, 2012 via sears.com
4 of 4 found this review helpful.
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Tuan H
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September 10th, 2012
Kiagrace

Some bumps in the road, but seems worth it.

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<p>I bought this bike after returning another that I discovered had horrible reviews once I got home. So, I felt obligated to write a review of this bike to try to help others make an informed decision. After reading the reviews for this machine, it sounded like a better piece of equipment, though the complaints about assembly made me nervous. I am happy to report that my husband and I are still married after assembling this bike together and it only took us 2 hours, which included trying to entertain a 5 month old baby and having to go across the street to borrow a file from a neighbor. Yes, a file.We got as far as step 2 when we discovered that one of the screw holes for the rear stabilizer was not drilled properly and the screw didn’t actually fit. It was a pain, but easily fixed with a metal file. The rest of the assembly went fine, though I agree with the person who recommended going from step 2 to steps 9-12 and then going back to step 3. It made the seat assembly much easier. The pieces were well marked and the directions were fairly simply to follow.</p>
<p>I’ve had the bike 2 weeks and 3 days. I know that because when I went to the site to write this review, I noticed the bike was on sale for $30 less than I paid. When I check Sear’s policy on this, I discovered thatthey will only give a price adjustment within 14 days. 3 days too late. Annoying, but that’s life.</p>
<p>In addition to the screw hole not being properly drilled,I’ve had 2 other issues. The first is that the audio cable to hook up an MP3 player was not included in the box as it should have been. I just got off the phone with customer service. They were very nice about it and are sending me one within the week at no charge. The other issue is with the plug in for the monitor. The  instructions say to unplug when not in use to avoid shortening the life of the machine. The second time I went to plug it back in at the machine, a little metal circle let go and I was no  onger able to reach the plug. I was able to fix it by lifting the wheel cover and working my hand down until I was able to get the piece and plug it back in, but it is very inconvenient. Now my only choice is to plug and unplug at the wall, which is hard to do the way our room is set up.  Annoying, but I will live with it.</p>
<p>The bike itself seems decent. It is stable, the seat is comfortable, and it is very quiet. I can bike with the baby in the room and it doesn’t wake her up. No idea of the accuracy of the pulse grips that other have complained about, but do make sure to peel the stickers off if you want any chance of them working. It didn’t look like a sticker, so it took me a little while to figure that one out. :)<br /><br />Overall I would recommend this machine. Just go into assembly knowing it will be a little frustrating, check to make sure you have all the pieces, and for heaven’s sake don’t think you can plug and unplug at the bike itself.  </p>

August 13th, 2012 via sears.com
7 of 8 found this review helpful.
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laisaac

Nordic Track GX4.0 Recubent Bike

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<p>Absolutely love this exercise bike.  The chair is very comfortable and the bike is very quiet.  Great programs to follow...a lot of variety in the speed/tension/time of each program.  Put it together by myself with no problems.  I have used it everyday so far (bought it 3 weeks ago).  I would definitely recommend this to anyone shopping for a recumbent bike.</p>

August 1st, 2012 via sears.com
1 of 1 found this review helpful.
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Smarti77

Great Bike

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<p>We bought this bike and it is just great. It is so comfortable and has a lot of great features. We would highly recommend it to anyone.</p>

July 31st, 2012 via sears.com
1 of 1 found this review helpful.
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Kms0214

great deal

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I am very pleased with my purchase of the Nordic Tract exercise bike.It was fairly easy to assemble and the built in workouts make it easy to follow an exercise program.The seat is comfortable and I can listen to my music during my workout.

May 25th, 2012 via sears.com
1 of 1 found this review helpful.
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wise-owl

Don't Buy It!

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I need a recumbent bike with a small footprint and a console low enough that I can see over it to watch TV. A quality bike that fits these criteria is rare. The Nordic Track “seemed” to be a fit for me.
After it was installed and I rode it, it was defective. I needed parts. The first parts the Tech requested didn’t fix the problem. The second Tech found other parts the first tech overlooked. It took over 1-1/2 months for these parts. Hand pulse rate monitor never worked. It fluctuated from 60 to 160, never stabilizing Safety &amp; health issue. This is similar to a driving a car with a speedometer that fluctuates between 0 and 100 MPH, and anywhere in between, never stabilizing.

Seat is hard and doesn’t tilt back. No lumbar support. Seat adjustment has no indicator for positioning. Drive belt will break about every 3-years, depending on usage. Cost for Belt alone is $75.00. There is no cool down or stop button
I returned it.

May 24th, 2012 via sears.com
3 of 4 found this review helpful.
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hfendley

plenty of exerciseespecially putting it together.

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good sturdy bike, at least 30 pieces. three BIG words - - &quot;some assembly required&quot;

May 18th, 2012 via sears.com
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melodylv

comfy

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This is a super comfy recumbent, seat is wide and adjusts easily. Probably my only complaint was it sucked up batteries so fast, but sent for adapter and no longer an issue.

April 5th, 2012 via sears.com
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dmc2700

Great Bike

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I got this bike as an exchange because the previous bike did not live up to expectations. I glad the bought this bike. It is great. Unlike the previous bike the tension works and when you pedal you can’t hear a thing. It’s that quiet. I also like that fact that you can adjust the handlebars. And it was not hard to put it together.

March 8th, 2012 via sears.com
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MsCA

NordicTrack NordicTrack Recumbent Exercise Cycle GX4.0 (A++)

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This is a great cycle. It was very easy to assemble. It was very easy to adjust height. All the readings (pulse, distance, calories, etc. worked great and very easy to read. I would recommend this cycle to anyone. Very comfortable to use. Love it...I give it an A++

March 6th, 2012 via sears.com
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DaPollack

Nice product assembly and quality of fabrication is subpar

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<p>This product is very well built and easy to operate ......the assembly is straightforward but requires three to four hands .....the parts were not machined very well ...ie the clearance holes for some of the bolts were off....the bushing for the variable angle control panel had to be reamed out because the pin would not fit....you may need someone with proper tools and mechanical aptitude beyond the instruction manual to properly assemble this beast.</p>
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January 31st, 2012 via sears.com
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