Keiser M3 Indoor Cycle Stationary Trainer Exercise Bike
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- Assembly of 1 customer-provided stationary exercise bike
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- Moving the bike to a new location is not included
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- Keiser M3 Indoor Cycle
- Sophisticated indoor training cycle with eddy current resistance system
- Offers infinitely adjustable resistance system for challenging workout
- Smooth, whisper-quiet operation; 4-way adjustable seat
- Computer tracks time, distance, calories, heart rate, and power output
- Adjustable Shimano combo pedals; water bottle holder; 3-year warranty
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It was easy to assemble even for someone like me, who views changing light bulbs as a modest maintenance task. In total, it probably took about 30 minutes to set up and required little more than a Philips head screw driver, an Allen (sp?) wrench (which I have for my outdoor bike), and either a pedal wrench (again I have one) or an adjustable wrench that would fit the pedals.
Lastly, I would recommend ordering via Amazon or Keiser directly since some of the small third party sellers do not deliver on time. I would not buy from Indoorcyclingstore.com, who appear to be either terribly managed or are dishonest; we initially placed an order through them and six weeks later we still did not have the bike, but they still had our money.
1. The Cost. For sure, this is an expensive peice of equipment and I can see why it would drive some people away, but I feel the need to tell you what you'll get for your money, which brings us to...
1. The Ride. It's remarkably smooth, quiet, and stable which were the three most important things to me. You can crank as hard as you want on this bike and it never feels...well, cheap, for lack of a better word.
As was mentioned by other reviews, it uses magnets for resistance. And apparently Lenz's Law, Focault Pendulums, Bernoulli's Principle, Pythagorim Theorem, whatever. I don't care. What I care about is that when you ride it, it's stupid quiet. You will breathe much more loudly than what the bike will make in terms of noise and so watching TV or movies is very easy. We don't have kids, but if you did, and you were worried about waking them up, don't. You might wake them up with your breathing, but the bike won't with it's action.
The other reason I like the magnets is the feel of the ride. With other spinners that use the friction plate to increase resistance, it feels like you're riding a bicycle with the brakes on. I don't like that. I like this one; it feels more like you're riding up a hill.
2. The Computer. If you are looking for an objective workout, this is a big deal. For one thing, the "gears" have a digital reading and your time is right in front of you so you can say to yourself "Self, I'm going to go at level 18 for 3 minutes and then drop down to level 15." Your power is also right there, along with calories.Read more ›
Then I found all of these fantastic reviews on the M3. I called around, but it turned out none of the stores that sell them in the area, had them on the floor as demo. Finally, one sales person admitted to me that even though he (and everyone else agreed) thinks it's a fantastic bike, they don't keep it on the floor because their margin of profit on them is much smaller than it is on other bikes.
I didn't want to invest without trying them out, so I called Keiser and found out who our local rep is. Sure enough, he had one we could try in his garage. This is the most amazing piece of engineering I've ever seen on a bike!!! This guy had been with Keiser for 18 years, and knew every detail of what's going on. Basically, they started developing this bike after years of taking losses because they conformed to the price standard in the market, and at that price, could only manufacture bikes that like every other bike, would break and need maintenance. The maintenance cost them too much money, and they got tired of it. Being a small independent company, they decided to do something about it, and the M3 was born. They are ruthless about their price policy of it, even if you buy 250 of those, the discounts are fairly minimal. On the other hand, these bikes require NO maintenance!!!
If you look at their 3 year warranty carefully, you'll see that labor is not included.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This bike is the best investment I've made in a while. Quite smooth absolutely fantastic!!!Published 1 month ago by Randy
I bought this bike to use in conjunction with the Peloton App on my Ipad at home. As per all of the reviews below, the ride is smooth, and its very quiet. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michelle Lieberson
Best indoor cycle on the market. Very high quality and well worth the money. There was a small defect with the unit shipped, but the seller and Keiser were very prompt with... Read morePublished 3 months ago by bobcat931
Look at the picture of this bike! Has anyone seen a bike look like this? No I don't think so. As other reviewers pointed out, it's impossible to adjust a correct position for... Read morePublished 4 months ago by carl
It's well made for sure. Very smooth.
- It makes a lot of creaking noise when you ride it hard (hard gears). Read more
I am a diehard Cyclist & Spinner, living in Central Florida allows me to bike everywhere. I do have a car, that’s worth less than $500. Read morePublished 8 months ago by John B Hekker
Awesome machine. So quiet and so smooth. Also, I literally put it together with an adjustable wrench and a fold up Allen wrench accessory I keep with my mountain bike, which is... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Joan Kenney
So far my experience has been very bad, the bike was delivered with a broken computer and Keiser has not responded to my e-mail requests or calls to fix the problem.Published 10 months ago by John Giordano