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Stamina InMotion Cycle XL Compact Exercise Bike

Item# 00610649000P | Model# 15-0120 | Added on October 21, 2010 |
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Stamina InMotion Cycle XL Compact Exercise Bike
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Keep Moving You'll always have a reason to move around with the help of the Stamina InMotion Cycle XL compact exercise bike. You don't need to leave the house or even your seat to get your legs or arms pumping. Increase your strength and improve your circulation and coordination on this pedal exerciser. One way or another, this machine helps make sure you'll burn some calories.

  • Can be used as a tabletop arm exerciser or on the floor as a stationary bike
  • A battery-operated electronic monitor times your workouts to keep you motivated
  • Sturdy rubber feet prevent the InMotion Cycle XL from slipping
  • Straps hold your feet firmly in place on the pedals
  • Convenient tension control allows a broad range of pedal resistance to set the intensity of your workout
  • Features a compact and lightweight design
  • Made with a durable 2" steel tubular frame
  • Footprint: 19.25" x 10.5"
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By CherylColorado
June 26th, 2018
Not bad!

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.

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By randomcustomer
June 26th, 2018
Returning it to the store-it doesn't compare to a stationary bik

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.

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Not as expected


It is too light & won't say put. The pedal straps are too small for my shoes.

January 14th via stamina
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stacey MayesHolmes
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Package went to my old address


Stamina in motion Exercise bike (compact ) package went to wrong address 11364 continental(correct address 19775 Freeland Detroit 48235) please contact 1586 222 5064 . The package was delivered to continental . was supposed to be delivered to Freeland address. Stacey Mayes Holmes

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September 4th
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Good sitting workout


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.

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