Silent and stable, use it as a standard bike, city bike or racing bike to tone legs and gluteal muscles in a fun and effective way.
Cycling works your glutes, hip flexors, quadriceps, calves and hamstrings. Keeping your body upright as you pedal strengthens your abdominals and obliques. Tightening your core muscles during your stationary bike workout can help you work toward increased strength in this region.
Pedals are positioned close to achieve a more realistic cycling motion.
3 Training positions either standard, city bike or race positions.
Built in elbow rests for a racing experience