Click to see our recommended upright bike In this short video you’re going to learn all the features and facets you need to be looking at when comparing different upright bikes.

So.. what must you look at while you are conducting on your upright bike review?
• Decide on standard features. Even the most basic of exercise bikes should have some varying resistance levels and a seat that can be adjusted for users of different heights. A quiet bike is also important, especially if you live in an apartment building. Additional features to look for include programming options, heart-rate monitors, an LCD display, a book rest and a bottle holder.
• Check out the heart-rate monitor. Most exercise bikes include a heart-rate monitor, but inexpensive bikes usually rely on handgrips rather than a more accurate chest strap. Some models offer a feature that automatically adjusts the resistance according to your target heart rate.
• Try out the seat and pedal adjustments. The seat should adjust quickly and easily to accommodate users of varying heights. Pedals should be wide, with a strap or toe cage to keep your feet in place.
• Test out the seat when reviewing upright bikes. Upright exercise bikes attract a lot of complaints for their hard, uncomfortable seats. These seats aren’t very cushioned and put a lot of pressure on sensitive areas. One option is to purchase a bicycle seat cover filled with padding or gel; you can also find padded bike shorts that will alleviate some of that discomfort.
• Test its stability. An exercise bike should not wobble or shake while you ride. The heavier the bike, the more stable — but it should be light enough that you can move it easily. Most exercise bikes have built-in transport wheels that make moving easier.
• Listen for excessive noise. Some exercise bikes can be pretty noisy, especially those that use air resistance. This isn’t a problem for everyone, but a loud exercise bike may make it difficult to listen to music or watch television while you work out.
• Seek out a shrouded wheel and chain if you have small children in the house so tiny fingers can’t get pinched. According to U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates, nearly 8,700 children under the age of five are injured from exercise equipment each year; the figure climbs to 16,500 for children between the ages of 5 to 14. Enclosed mechanics cut down on dust and noise as well as protect curious children and pets.
• Scrutinize the warranty. It should be at least a one-year warranty and include labor. Most manufacturers offer longer warranties on parts and frame, but the labor warranty is important because a technician will generally need to come to your home for service. Reviews indicate that exercise bikes in general are less repair-prone than other types of home fitness equipment.

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