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Edge 482 Upright Exercise Bike

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  • Upright exercise bike with 8 levels of magnetic resistance
  • Display tracks time, speed, distance, resistance, and calories burned
  • Built-in hand-grip pulse sensors for monitoring heart rate
  • Adjustable seat with 8 height levels; triathlon-style handlebars
  • 250-pound weight capacity; measures 23.5 x 53 x 39.5 inches (W x H x D)
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Enjoy an efficient workout in the comfort of your own home with the Edge 482 upright exercise bike from Fitness Quest. The Edge 482--which offers eight levels of magnetic resistance--helps maximize your workout by tracking your time, speed, distance, resistance level, and calories burned. As a result, it's easy to measure your progress and meet (or exceed) your fitness goals. The bike's built-in hand-grip pulse sensors, meanwhile, monitor your heart rate while you ride, a must for people who want to train in their target heart rate zones. Other details include an adjustable seat with eight height levels and varied seat positions, triathlon-style handlebars with multiple gripping areas, and a weight capacity of 250 pounds. The Edge 482 measures 23.5 by 53 by 39.5 inches (W x H x D) and weighs 67 pounds when fully assembled.

About Exercise Bikes
Despite the competition from trendy new fitness inventions, exercise bikes continue to be popular options for home exercise. They offer the same aerobic benefits of riding a bicycle at any time, in any weather, without leaving the comfort and safety of home. Exercise bikes don't take up much space, require little or no balance or coordination, and can provide an effective workout for all levels of users, from beginners to serious competitors. While the same could be said for a number of other types of home fitness equipment, the exercise bike is one of the few that allows you to watch television or read a magazine while you work out. For many people, having convenient access to quality exercise equipment is critical to sticking with a long-term exercise program.

Product Description

The Edge 482 Upright Bike great bike with triathlon style handlebars and a sturdy tubular steel frame to go the distance.

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Safety Warning
As with any exercise program, consult your physician before you begin. Read instructions and all cautions/warnings before use.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 39.5 x 23.5 x 53 inches ; 67 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 74 pounds
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000IT6SMW
  • Item model number: EXB01482
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,536,808 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Robert Devereaux on March 15, 2008
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The bike is sturdy and quiet and the seat is comfortable. This is not a machine for a serious cyclist looking to improve performance. The maximum resistance setting is not particularly challenging and the pedaling action is less smooth as the resistance is increased. Handlebars are positioned in a way that makes it difficult to stretch out road-bike style and if your inseam is more than 32" don't buy this bike because the maximal seat height will not be comfortable for tall riders.
Even with these drawbacks, I can still manage to get a reasonably challenging 30 minute workout when the outside weather does not permit real cycling. This equipment would be ideally suited for the non-athlete who likes to read or watch TV during a light workout. (The monitor is ideally suited for one of those plastic reading racks).
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Philip J. Graham on February 11, 2009
My girlfriend and I purchased this bike and have had it for about a week. We are both in our mid 20's and healthy. We both have very busy schedules and wanted a convenient way to work out at home.
The bike is not all that heavy and was very easy to assemble. Unlike one of the other reviewers, I have not had any problems with the resistance level, but I'm not a professional cyclist. I like the fact that you can just peddle away at a set resistance level, or use one of the differential resistance programs if you want to change it up. The bike is both sturdy and quiet and allows me to work up a good sweat. So far, I am very satisfied with this bike. For the price, it seems just as good as more expensive exercise bikes that I tried. Like one of the other reviewers, I also found that the pulse monitor doesn't work well (I don't think my pulse is 120 bpm at the start of a work out) and that the calorie counter is VERY generous (800 calories burned in 45 minutes). I suppose the real test is going to be the durability of the bike. In other words, how long can you use it before it breaks? I've only had it for a week and am happy so far. I will update if I run into problems.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin F. Fosque on October 27, 2008
Well, for $180, I can't complain too much. Unlike another reviewer, I didn't have a problem with the resistance being to low (maybe I'm just not as serious of a biker). I found that I - a 21 year old, reasonably healthy male, 180 lbs - could get a challenging workout on the level 4 resistance setting, and the bike goes up to level 8. Overall the bike performs well, and is reasonably comfortable.

My two real complaints were that the heart rate monitor was not accurate at all, and the calorie counter was pretty useless, seeing as it didn't even let you enter in a height, weight, age, or sex (don't really use that, but I know a lot of women like that feature). I didn't really expect a lot of fancy electronics on a $180 exercise bike, so no surprise there. If you don't use the HR monitor, or you have another one, this bike is a great workout tool.
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