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Costway Folding Magnetic Upright Exercise Bike Indoor Cycling Stationary Bike Gym Cardio

Item# SPM15739259724 | Model# SP37320 | Added on November 29, 2020 |
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Costway Folding Magnetic Upright Exercise Bike Indoor Cycling Stationary Bike Gym Cardio
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Our folding magnetic exercise bike can provide you with effective and quiet experience! The high-quality fly-wheel with adjustable resistance control and belt drive mechanism can create an unbelievably smooth and nearly silent ride. The 8-level adjustable resistance ensures that you can get effective exercise. And the folding design allows you to store it in an ideal place to improve space utilization. Besides, the height-adjustable seat allows you to adjust your sitting posture according to your height and needs. And the durable iron pipe can provide you with a strong and stable structure. Come on, use exercise to eliminate trouble and fatigue!

Features:
Convenient adjustable resistance knob for magnetic resistance system
High-quality flywheel with quiet belt drive mechanism
Magnets for strong magnetic suction, more smooth and no friction
Extra-large seat with 6 adjustable heights meet different needs
Strong and stable X-frame design allows it to support up to 265 lbs
Folding design for easy storage and carrying
LCD monitor for observing time, speed, distance, calorie and heart rate
Heart rate sensor on the comfortable handrails help you monitor your body condition
Adjustable and non-slip foot pedals with straps for high safety
Bottom foot pads will greatly enhance the friction with the ground
Detailed description and complete accessories for easy installation

Specifications:
Color: Orange + Black
Material: Iron
Product Dimension: 25’’ x 15.5’’ x ... read more
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