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Marcy Recumbent Mag Cycle

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  • Recumbent exercise bike with 8 levels of preset resistance
  • Easy-to-adjust tension-tightening knob for different fitness levels
  • Large console display tracks speed, distance, time, and calories
  • Counterbalanced pedals with adjustable foot straps; built-in transport wheels
  • Measures 55 x 40 x 25 inches (W x H x D) and weighs 66 pounds
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Special Features adjustable handlebars Convenient step-through frame Leg stabilizers Comfortable, padded upholstered vinyl seat
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Color Black/Gray/Copper Multi-Color Grey Grey/Silver
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Dimensions 23.5 inches x 40 inches x 9.5 inches 23.5 inches x 40 inches x 9.5 inches 34 inches x 54 inches x 22 inches 33.5 inches x 50 inches x 24 inches
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Marcy recumbent 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.


Getting fit at home has never been easier with the Marcy magnetic recumbent exercise bike. The cycle offers eight levels of preset resistance, with an easy-to-adjust tension-tightening knob helping you match the workout to your fitness level. It's also easy to track your workout progress thanks to the large console display, which tracks your speed, distance, time, and calories burned. Best of all, the bike is comfortable and supportive, with a recumbent step-through frame for easy mounting and dismounting and an adjustable seat that accommodates different body types and sizes. The recumbent frame is ideal for people who find traditional upright bikes uncomfortable, or for folks who are recovering from injury.

Other features include counterbalanced pedals with adjustable foot straps, a powder-coated finish, and transport wheels for easy mobility. The bike measures 55 by 40 by 25 inches (W x H x D) and weighs 66 pounds.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 40 x 9.5 x 23.5 inches ; 66 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 66.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B002KV1MJU
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: ME709
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (709 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Putting it together was very easy, it took less than an hour.
Easy to assemble (did it all by myself!), smooth, really quiet and very, very comfortable.
I lost 30 pounds so far only using the Machine 20 minutes a day for a month.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

523 of 526 people found the following review helpful By R. Lewis on May 9, 2010
I've been using this bike for about two years and I absolutely love it. I turn on the television and watch a movie or play video games and the time flies by! I honestly forget I'm riding it sometimes, though that depends how good the movie or video game is! I have to get up every 30 minutes to stretch and give my buttocks a break, but it's a very comfortable seat overall. I keep a pillow stashed between the seat and backrest for even more comfort. When I started, I was 400 lbs so there's no weight limit that I'm aware of. Easy to assemble, and you can adjust the tension from 1-8 to make your workout easier or harder. Plus, the legs rotate forward or backward, so you can ride in any direction you please. It also allows you to adjust the length from the seat to the pedals, so if you're short or tall you can adjust it to fit your needs. Also, it's relatively heavy but the bottom of the unit includes rollers, so it rolls across the carpet or hardwood flooring for easy storage. The unit is magnetic so it's very quiet--can't hear a thing when you're riding. The digital screen tracks time elapsed, calories burned, distance traveled and current speed; you can set it to rotate between these display options or set it to stick to a single option (for instance, if you only want to see time elapsed). I haven't replaced the batteries yet (I think they're two AA), so they seem to last forever. I don't use the handlebars or the sidebars--my knees kept hitting the handlebars so I removed them, making it easier to ride. My only suggestion: It could use a headrest, but if you put it in front of a wall or fashion a headrest on it like I did, you're set to kick back and watch the pounds melt away!

I lost 60 pounds over the course of a few months doing no other exercise other than riding this recumbent bike in my room. Yeah, it's THAT good. Great exercise bike that's well worth the price!
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357 of 367 people found the following review helpful By Vicki on December 30, 2009
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My husband and I were looking for a style of exercise bike that was easy on the posterior and on the wallet. The Marcy recumbent Mag cycle is both! My husband and my teenaged son were able to put it together in less than an hour (if you don't count the time in laying out the parts and reading through the instructions first). There were 2 washers left over, so I am assuming that the manufacturer included extras.

The monitor keeps track of the time that you spend exercising in each session, speed, distance traveled, calories burned, and it has an odometer. I was surprised about how quiet it is, as our previous upright exercise bike was quite noisy. The bike also has a dial to set the tension level (there are 8 levels).

I was able to buy the Marcy bike on sale for $127 and with super saver shipping through Amazon I was able to get free shipping and handling. This turned out to be a much better deal than through Walmart dot com.
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287 of 295 people found the following review helpful By Yama Reaper on April 6, 2011
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My wife loved the bike for about two weeks. Then she felt a periodic inconsistency in resistance related to her pedaling speed. A corresponding noise became increasingly annoying. At her request I opened it up and found that the flywheel axle pulley had been over-tightened during assembly causing damage to the ball bearings. The normally sealed bearing was crushed and the balls were falling out. While design is a factor, incorrect assembly is the greater culprit. I speculate that the other reviewers that have mentioned inconsistent pedal resistance have the same problem. I registered the product today on [...] and will be seeking a replacement part. These parts are all internal to the "Main frame" so I'm uncertain as to whether I'll receive just the bearing or an entire main frame. I will update this post with their response.

I apologize for the delayed response. I did get it fixed. I called the company and reported the problem and within days they sent me a new flywheel (magnetic resistance wheel) that included a new axle and bearings. I noticed that it was missing the appropriate washers (same as the original) to protect the axle bearing so it would have caused a similar problem again. I used one washer from the old axle and changed the assembly order. I called back their tech support and reported my findings and they were very gracious and said they would get immediate word to the factory.
After installing the flywheel appropriately, it has given many hours of good service. My wife has thoroughly enjoyed it. That said, I couldn't recommend the product until I knew that the factory had corrected their assembly procedures.
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270 of 280 people found the following review helpful By Wendy on January 4, 2010
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My 74 year old, 5 foot , 240 pound mother asked me to keep an eye out for an exercise bike for her at yard sales. I was really concerned about her on an exercise bike because she lives alone as is not very steady on her feet. She is actually quite healthy and mobile for her age and weight, but I still had visions of her tobbleing over while trying to climb up on an exercise bike. I also figured the old style seat would be so uncomfortable for her that the bike would get used for the first week or to and then wind up being pushed in a corner and collecting dust. I stumbled across this bike while Christmas shopping. It was on sale for a heavily discounted price so it caught my eye. I read the reviews and looked at other similiar bikes. I decided this was worth the gamble. My mother had an exercise bike when I was young and you could not pull her off of it. The same is now true for this bike. I now worry that she will over do it. The bike is perfect for her to get in and out of easily and the chair is so comfortable for her that she uses it as a chair also. She does have to reach just a tiny bit for the pedals when her legs are extendted, but at 5 feet that would be true of anything. She has to put a pillow in her car seat so she can reach the gas. This is not a far enough reach to be uncomfortable for her or to put a strain on her back. My biggest concern in regards to my mothers health is her weight and with this bike she is able to safely exercise on her own at her leisure. The seat is plenty wide enough for her to sit comfortably and the handles are in the perfect place to help her get up and down. The seat is not too high or too low and I have no worries in regards to her tumbleing over. She is excited about her progress and is calling me often to update how long, far and fast she is able to go.Read more ›
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