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Sunny Health & Fitness Pro Indoor Cycling Bike

by Sunny Health & Fitness
 (4.1 stars from 2,476 customer reviews)

17 new from $254.07    1 used from $215.96    

List Price: $299.00
  • Indoor cycling bike with 40-pound flywheel
  • Heavy-duty crank and smooth chain drive mechanism
  • Fully adjustable seat and handlebars for comfort
  • Seat dimensions( inches) : 10.25L x 6.5W x 2.5H. Adjustable resistance systems; transport wheels
  • Supports up to 275 pounds; measures 20 x 46.5 x 48.5 inches (W x H x D)
  • The left pedal needs to be screwed in counter clockwise. Foot Pedal Style: Caged
  • Assembly required;Check User Manual in Product Details before use

Product Description
Product Description
The new standard in home fitness! Sunny Health & Fitness SF-B901 Chain Drive Pro Indoor Cycling Bike offers all of the necessities for an amazing cycling workout along with everything at-home fitness enthusiasts could wish for. With a total portability with transportation wheels for easy set-up and hide-away, your home will transform into a gym and back in no time! Exercising in the comfort of your own home has never been so easy, convenient, or fun! Our fully adjustable seat and adjustable handlebars offer a completely customizable experience for ultimate user comfort and compatibility. The heavy duty steel frame and crank adds essential quality and durability to go the distance, no matter what your fitness goals.

Customer Reviews

1,051 of 1,067 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Review After Year One, June 27, 2016
Update Post: We originally purchased one of these bikes in June of 2015. We were a bit concerned about the low price because our intention was to use it in our fitness facility. This bike is rock solid. We now have 9 of them and will be purchasing 2 more this month. The bikes are used in spin classes daily. We have everyone from small, uber-fit petite women to hulking 6'2" 255lb men. These bikes get hours and hours of use each week. I recommended this bike to an associate who is opening a fitness facility. When he was purchasing some high-end equipment from a well-known gym equipment provider, he asked them about the bike (showed them the Amazon link I sent to him) and they were dumbfounded. They said that the bike had quite impressive features, especially for a bike that inexpensive and appeared to be a very, very good bargain. They actually had the bike on their computer when he went in the next day because they researched it more and said they were quite impressed by it. That,... Read more

318 of 326 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Completely broke at 4 months!, April 17, 2017
Dr. Levine
When I initially purchased this bike I absolutely loved it. It was easy to assemble by a novice, it had a small footprint and most importantly I used it daily. I set it up with my iPad so that I could watch spin videos on it and added an odometer to measure distance and speed. It was perfect. Unfortunately, about 3 months in there was a banging/clicking nose that started to occur from the pedals which would come and go. After 4 months of owning the bike the pedal snapped off of the crank. The metal literally sheered in half. This was a part of the bike which I did not assemble and came with the pre-constructed frame. Unfortunately, I was engaging in an aggressive climb at this time and I nearly smashed my face on the handle bars. I reviewed my order and per the amazon.com website the bike frame has a 1 year warranty. This crank was part of the frame and came pre-assembled. When I reached out to Sunny Health and Fitness indicating that this had happened and reminding them of the... Read more

84 of 87 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good bike for the price. Just do a little regular upkeep on it., December 4, 2017
Kaden Avery Milkovich
A little maintenance here and there....

Bought the Sunny spin bike in late September and use it 2-3 times a week quite vigorously. Here are a couple tips from a former bike mechanic and spinning instructor that may help extend the life of your bike.

1. Lubricate all the friction points, include brake cable inserts, brake arm mounts, all bolts and screws, tension knob threads, with tri-flow lubricant prior to riding and periodically thereafter---I do mine once a month.

2. Use bike grease on the slider components such as the seat post, handlebar insert and saddle insert. This will make it easy to adjust and prevent seizing.

3. Check the torque of all bolts and screws (use a driver) either with a tension wrench, or barring that, a socket wrench and appropriate metric sockets and allen sockets. Refer to Sunny customer support for torque specs, or if you're comfortable, do it by feel--basically, you don't want play in the pedal arms nor looseness... Read more


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