I figured this would be the cheap way of getting a recumbent bike. For what it is, and for the price, it is a perfectly fine piece of equipment. The pedal bars get REALLY hot if you use it for a half hour or so (I felt like I burned my hand when I accidentally touched that area to move the cycle). But that's no biggie, and there is a warning label there to remind you of that. The timer is just a basic timer that lets you know how long you've been going. No mileage or anything like that. The only thing I don't like is that the black "feet" twist really easily, so if you are too recumbent -- pushing forward a little -- the whole thing will roll on the feet and you have to twist them back into place and reposition everything before you can continue. Maybe a little gorilla glue will fix that. Other than that, I would recommend it.
This model wobbled and slipped around, so it wouldn't stay still while using it, even on the carpet. I couldn't find a comfortable position on the chair which would allow me to easily turn the pedals. I frequently hit the stabilizing bar with the heal of my shoes. All in all it was a bust. We're returning it to the store and getting an acutal stationary bike.
It is too light & won't say put. The pedal straps are too small for my shoes.
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I first used cycle while going to physical therapy for a knee injury. Well made,if it can stand up to a PT office should last for my personal use.I wanted to continue my work out at home after my release from PT. Easy to assemble.