Quiet. Sturdy. Portable. In our Sunny Health and Fitness Bike review, these are some benefits we highlighted about this exercise bike (and believe us, there are more).
We're mentioning this because Amazon is practically giving away this exercise bike. It's been reduced by 57% to just $170 for a limited time, so get one today before stocks run out or prices go back up.
The Sunny Health and Fitness Bike is featured in two of our 'best of guides' — best exercise bikes and best budget exercise bikes — for good reason. It looks and feels like a typical spinning bike you'd use at the gym. Granted, it doesn't have many of the bells and whistles of more expensive competitors, but some people prefer this.
The ergonomic padded seat and multi-grip handlebars make it comfortable to use. Because of the cage pedals, you don't need to buy cycling shoes to use the bike. To change the resistance level (of which there are 100), simply turn the dial.
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Product Launched: 2015
Price history: This exercise bike was on sale for as little as $159 in October. Although that's a slightly lower price than today's deal, it isn't far off. Get one now before prices go back up or stocks run out!
Reviews consensus: This is an impressive spin-style exercise bike at a budget-friendly price that offers a satisfying ride for beginners and dedicated cyclists alike. It's also well-designed, looks smart, and feels sturdy and safe once in position.
Dimensions: 46.5" x 18" x 46"
Weight: 102lbs / 46kg
Max user weight: 275lbs (124kg)
Max height: 5'11
Resistance levels: 100
Pedals: Standard cage pedals
Workouts: Via the Sunny Health & Fitness app (subscription required)
Buy it if: You want an exercise bike that's simple to use. There are no screens or fancy gadgets, and it looks and feels like a spinning bike you'd use at the gym. It's easily portable because of its front transportation wheels, and you don't need a power source nearby to use it. During testing, we found the flywheel to be smooth and quiet every time.
Don't buy it if: Because of its weight, getting out of the box and setting it up can be difficult. The only accessory is a water bottle holder, so it isn't for those who want a screen or more features. For example, there's no app with online content or a USB port. We found the seat uncomfortable for longer rides, so you may need a thick seat cover or padded cycling shorts.
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Ravi Davda is a freelance writer, specializing in health & fitness, digital marketing, science, and more. He has a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics with Economics from Aston University in England and is a qualified personal trainer. In addition to writing for Live Science, Ravi has written for Health, Verywell Fit, Garage Gym Reviews, and other health publications.