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Marcy Upright Mag Cycle

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List Price: $249.99
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  • Upright exercise bike with smooth magnetic resistance system
  • 8 levels of preset resistance accommodates several fitness levels
  • Large console display tracks time, distance, speed, and calories burned
  • Counterbalanced pedals with adjustable foot straps; transport wheels
  • Measures 31.5 x 48.75 x 18 inches (W x H x D) and weighs 43 pounds
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Getting fit at home has never been easier with the Marcy magnetic upright exercise bike. The cycle offers a smooth and quiet magnetic resistance system, with eight levels of preset resistance to accommodate several fitness levels. It's also easy to track your workout progress thanks to the large console display, which tracks your speed, distance, time, and calories burned. And to ensure maximum comfort while you ride, the bike includes a unique seat that's height adjustable to match different body types and sizes. Other features include foam padded grips, a durable powder-coated finish, counterbalanced pedals with adjustable foot straps, and transport wheels for easy mobility. The upright bike measures 31.5 by 48.75 by 18 inches (W x H x D) and weighs 43 pounds.

Product Description

Marcy upright exercise bike has a compact design and smooth magnetic resistance. The user friendly computer tracks, speed, time, distance and calories burned. The bike also feature eight preset manual resistance levels and a step through design.

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  • Product Dimensions: 25 x 20 x 9 inches ; 44 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 44.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B002KV383S
  • Item model number: ME708
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (329 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Great product...I am more than satisfied with it!!!!!
R. Franco
It will make your butt hurt if you aren't used to bike seats, but I don't think it's any more uncomfortable than a normal bike seat.
rhinthell
The cadence of pedaling was jerky and there wasn't nearly enough resistance.
A. Watson

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238 of 253 people found the following review helpful By BJM on August 15, 2010
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Bought this item via Amazon over other retailers because of the free shipping (delivered very quickly by Fed-Ex). Took a while to put together, and the tension chord was a complete bitch, but I broke out my trusty wrench and got it in place. This bike is very sturdy, and I tightened the piss out of the nuts and bolts so it would be. I can see where the base legs and seat may wobble if the bolts are not tight, so be vigilant about that. Had to get used to the smooth, noiseless ride, and the higher tension settings will get smoother as I get more used to it. The lower settings are very smooth and effortless. The plastic case was intact, no bolts were missing, all was good, and the bike fits into a convenient spot in my apartment and takes up little space. As a cardio exerciser, it works well, and after 15 minutes of use I was sweating like, well, like a fat guy on a bike. After 30 minutes I could barely walk, but, again, that's due to me, not the bike. The seat really does hurt the 'taint' area, but I'd chalk that up to my ass being too fat, and not as a fault of the seat. As of now, after one day's use, I am completely satisfied with this relatively cheap and very convenient (and silent) exercise bike. I recommend it, though I am no expert on exercise. Good value, solid structure, free and quick shipping = very satisfied.
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81 of 86 people found the following review helpful By The Doc on December 5, 2011
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I ride a real bicycle 3-4 times a week. I have very muscular legs and can easily ride 20+ miles over the course of the day.

I bought this exercise bike so I can stay fit without having to go out in the nasty weather (snow, rain, and ice.)

Assembly: Straightforward and fairly easy. But, the plastic body of the bike is cracked on one side. I'm ticked off about that, but it doesn't affect the bike's function.

Seat: There is nothing wrong with this seat. I don't know why so many users have complained; I'm guessing they are not frequent bike riders and are looking for an easy way to get fit. Virtually any bike seat is uncomfortable if you aren't used to riding a bike. As for me, after riding this bike for an hour I have no butt discomfort. I attribute this to my regular bike usage. For newbies, I estimate it will take a week or so to become accustomed to sitting on a bike seat.

Exertion: The highest setting is not difficult to pedal. Maybe this is because I'm used to biking; I don't know. But after 10-15 minutes I'm breathing hard and dripping sweat. The longer you go, the tougher it gets. Pedal faster for a tougher ride. It's not a hard-core workout. It's easy enough to maintain stamina but hard enough to burn calories and get your heart pumping.

Size: This bike is much smaller than the last one I had. Perfect for my apartment.

Noise: This bike is virtually silent. Whisper-quiet. That is by far my favorite thing about it. No grinding, no squeaking, nothing. It doesn't matter how fast I'm going. So I can pedal away while watching an episode or two of House and the time just flies. At the same time, I painlessly (but not effortlessly) burn several hundred calories.
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89 of 96 people found the following review helpful By S. Birkett on January 4, 2010
I don't know why Marcy changed the model number on what was a great-selling and highly rated exercise bike on Amazon, and somehow managed to lose its 100+ mostly flattering reviews, but this looks and sounds exactly like the one I've been using 2-3 times per week for the last year-and-a-half. It works really well, and it is definitely worth the money. I'm in fairly decent shape and I use it at level 3 for 20-30 min. Level 8 would be really really hard for more than a few minutes. People who don't find the tension difficult at level 8 either got a defective tensioner or had trouble installing it properly.

The calorie expenditure readout also seems pretty accurate. The flaw, but not a fatal one: the uncomfortable seat, which could not be easily replaced with another one. I tried using a sheepskin cover, but that created its own problems. You probably just have to get used to it as I've tried and mostly succeeded doing. (And the seat doesn't seem to bother everyone.)

As for durability, it's as quiet and smooth as when I first got it. I don't stand on the pedals or the plastic chassis and neighbor kids are not allowed to play on it, etc. I treat it like it's not very tough, although maybe it really is.

Another interesting thing about this exercise bike is that the price has bounced around a lot from $99 to $200 and all over the map and now back down again to $107 with free shipping, at the moment. That makes this an excellent deal to me. I don't know why the three or four other reviewers had such bad luck with it.
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118 of 135 people found the following review helpful By Anita Cocomello on July 11, 2010
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I bought this bike mainly because of its low price and small size. It does fit into a rather small space in my home office, and it's quiet and smooth. It took me about an hour and a half to put it together (I'm a 61-year-old woman)- a little challenging, but not impossible. I had to buy a gel seat for it, since the seat is pretty uncomfortable without it. My biggest complaint is the configuration of the handlebars. I'm not racing anywhere, but the handlebars are way out in front like a racing cycle. This means I either have to stretch out for it (hard on the arms and shoulders), or sit up very straight with my hands holding onto the back of the seat. I never realized what an issue this would be when I saw the product description. If you can get a similar cycle with "normal" handlebars, you will be much happier.
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