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Schwinn Schwinn AD6 Airdyne Upright Exercise Bike

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List Price: $999.00
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  • Infinite wind resistance the harder you pedal the harder the resistance
  • Workout upper and lower body simultaneously or independently
  • Console continuously shows 6 workout metrics, no more waiting for the readouts and has RevMeter RPM gauge
  • New RevMeter RPM gauge is a fun visual way to see your efforts
  • Large thickly padded seat for comfort
  • Integrated water bottle holder
  • Four levelers to ensure stability
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Special Features Infinite wind resistance Charging usb port and data exchange Stable steel frame Fully adjustable seat
Warranty Description Frame: 15 Years Frame: 10 Years Frame: 1 Year 3 Months
Color Black Black Black Multi-Color
Item Weight 116 pounds 69 pounds 47.3 pounds 97.2 pounds
Dimensions 50.9 inches x 49.7 inches x 25.7 inches 58 inches x 41 inches x 22 inches 45.5 inches x 45.63 inches x 22 inches 46.5 inches x 48.5 inches x 20 inches
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Product Description

The Schwinn AD6 Airdyne Upright Exercise Bike provides superior performance, comfort, and durability for your home gym.The quiet, frictionless fan ensures a smooth, relaxing workout. A shrouding over BioSynch linkage system makes for a safer workout, while the LCD display offers optimal performance.   About Schwinn Schwinn has been known as a premier manufacturer of quality bicycles since 1895, and has been winning accolades as an innovator and leader ever since. From championship sponsorships to the latest innovations in cycling, Schwinn has long been involved in advanced athletic and fitness training techniques. In more recent years, the company has loaned their expertise in form and function to other types of fitness equipment, and brought the quality for which they're known to new markets. Exercise bikes, treadmills, and heart rate monitors are just the beginning of an expanded fitness line for this well-known and well-respected brand. Resistance-based braking creates zero friction. Durable metal frame. Smooth, reliable ride. Ideal for rehabilitative use. Water bottle holder, self-balancing pedals, and transport wheels. Large, easy-to-read LCD console. Manufacturer provides 30 years frame, 1 year parts and 1 year wear parts warranty. Dimensions: 49.7L x 25.7W x 50.9H inches.

Product Details

Color: Black
Product Manual [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 49.7 x 25.7 x 50.9 inches ; 116 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 118 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B008JA2X5S
  • Item model number: 100250
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (179 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,390 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Bike is very sturdy and easy to assemble.
Donna Kerrigan
I like being able to work arms and legs because it gives me choices: if I hurt my knee or foot, I can still get a cardio workout using just the arms.
Happy Shopper
My wife and I love our AD6 Airdyne bike from Schwinn.
B Von Elling

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We have used the Schwinn Aerdyne AD4 in our home for about three years. I'll start with a review specific to the AD6, and then provide some observations about how it differs form the AD4.

The AD6 came in a "Shipping-proof" box. Very well-packaged and secure. It is very heavy, of course, so be prepared to have help brining it in the house. The AD6 arrived completely unscathed. Not a single scratch or dinge on any elements of the bike. All parts were there and easy to unpack. Great job on the packing and shipping.

A very straightforward once-person job (but note that the instructions recommend that two people set it up). It took me about an hour from opening the box to using the bike. All parts are clearly labeled "left: or "right", there are just a few screws, bolts, and washers that re sealed in a labeled hardware card, and all required tools are provided. Holes for bolts lined up perfectly. Schwinn clearly made ease of assembly a priority.

The AD6 will fit in a 28" by 52" space. Very compact and fits fine in our relatively small family room. It looks great, with a professional black finish.

The AD6 is a pleasure to use. The fan is quiet (but will blow up any dust in the area), and has very good resistance when using your legs and arms. Of course, as you increase speed, the wind really blows all around and the AD6 becomes fairly blustery and loud. But the fact that the wind does not hit you in the face is a big plus over the AD4. For upper-body-only exercise, you can place you feet on two stationary stems near the fly wheel, or on a space behind the wheel. Resistance when doing arms-only is a bit tough, but it gives you a good workout.
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62 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Jason Dude on October 16, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This exercise bike is amazing! I had meniscus knee surgery 1 year ago and it is still not right. So it has been difficult to workout at the gym. On this bike you use your arms as well as your legs which takes pressure off of my knee. My arms and chest are sore my first week but that will go away. My mom had the original Airdyne when I was a kid and so I was happy to find that they still make it. This model apparently is their newest for 2012/2013. When I called customer service they had no idea it even existed. I guess corporate does not communicate with customer service or it is that new? But the lady was very helpful and found all the information I needed. I paid $721 including tax. My 2 local sporting good stores only had the 'Evo' for $750, $58 for tax and $200 for shipping and assembly. If you have 'PRIME' with Amazon you get free shipping, that alone would pay for Prime plus some. It is manufactured in China but the Schwinn Quality (now owned by Nautilus or Bowflex or Universal, not sure) is still there. It took me almost 2 hours to assemble. But I could have done it in an hour, I was just being extra careful. The instructions were written in perfect English but obviously by an engineer. It came by FedEx in 1 box about 130 pounds. Most of it is pre-assembled you just have to add the arms, pedals and small parts. I suggest you remove the nuts and bolts in the order needed and leave the rest on the labeled cardboard until you need them. Remember all nuts, bolts and washers go on the outside of the part you are putting on. Also the computer monitor is AWESOME, you can see all 7 functions at the same time like calories etc. I do wish it had a light button. You can also push a button or just get off the bike to pause it for 5 minutes if you need a break.Read more ›
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83 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Mirage on February 22, 2013
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Before I purchased the Schwinn Airdyne AD6, I did my homework. I read the product literature as well as the mainly favorable reviews. It sounded great, just perfect for my needs. I tried to find it in a local store so I could see how it felt before ordering it, but wasn't able to. The service I received from Amazon was top-notch, as usual. Unfortunately, though, after the bike was assembled I discovered I could not reach the hand grips when the arms are in the fully-extended position (I'm 5'4"). And there are no adjustments provided to address this issue (adjusting the seat height doesn't solve the problem). I have to conclude that Schwinn/Nautilus does not test its designs on a range of real people. Very disappointing, especially since the AD6 seems to be an excellent piece of exercise equipment in most other respects. This same user-height-related issue likely applies to the other Schwinn Airdyne bikes as well -- the AD2, Evo Comp, and the AD4.

4/17/13 UPDATE: In an attempt to solve the problem, I purchased a new bike seat which has rails (along with an adapter) and positioned the seat as far forward as possible. Unfortunately, that did not make enough of a difference. Though I could always compensate by leaning forward, the body should be in an upright position when using the bike (I was informed of this when I called Schwinn since I couldn't find a clear answer on the website). I bought the bike to help strenghten the muscles supporting my temperamental knees and don't want to end up hurting a new body part due to bad ergonomics. The average American man is 5'10" and the average American woman is 5'4". The length of people's arms differs significantly too of course. Perhaps Schwinn should indicate up front the average height for which these bikes were actually designed.
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