Keiser M3 Indoor Cycle Stationary Trainer Exercise Bike
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- 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
- Maintenance-free design
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The indoor cycling revolution begins now...as a result of over a decade of Keiser cycle development. The hallmark of M3 Indoor bikes is its durability. The M3 is made of corrosive resistant materials, has a non wearing resistance system, and is virtually maintenance free. The M3 is a true performance exercise cycle, with a focus on indoor cycling classes and cardiovascular conditioning. It is like no other cycle you have ever rode before; smooth ride, whisper quiet, easy to use and a host of other built in features designed with your clients, instructors, and facility in mind. The M3 also offers an optional computer that measures RPM, power output in watts, kilocalorie expenditure, heart rate (via wireless Polar monitor), trip time, gear (resistance), and trip distance. Experience a whole new way to cycle, the Keiser M3. Features: Simple installation Does not accept typical road bike crank arms Durable construction Compact footprint Portable Adjustable pedals Silent operation Wear-free use Maintenance-free design Quality-tested engineering Four-way adjustable seat Corrosion-resistant materials Ideal for commercial clubs and fitness facilities 6-month wearable parts warranty Fitness Magnetic resistance Seat: multi-directional adjustable
Color: Black - Fully Assembled
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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.
This is entirely more objective than twisting a knob and sort of guessing at the resistance. Also, the screen will tell you the average wattage at the end of a ride so you know how strong you rode and have a number to improve on. It also gives you distance...again, you can put a time to a certain distance and improve on it. It's alot easier to get back on the bike when you have a number you're shooting for. I think, anyways...
3. The Workout. The reviewer who said he couldn't get his heart rate up is either Lance Armstrong or is trying to impress women with an Amazon Review of a Spin Bike, both of which are incredibly lame (you get that label when you do a Michelob Ultra ad...sorry Lance). I'm in pretty good shape and this bike will wear me the hell out.
4. The Manufacturing. Made in the USA. Feel good about buying one.
5. The Service. So far, we've had positive experiences with Keiser. When we first got the bike and were putting it together (not too difficult by the way - took about 2 hours and we were taking our sweet time) we thought we were missing a hex-nut. Turned out we weren't, we were just dumb and didn't bother looking on the bolt that it should go on.
Anyways, we called up the company, talked to a real-live person, and they sent us a replacement in 2 days, no questions asked. Now we have two hex-nuts. Oh well.
All in all, I think this is totally worth the money and I am glad that my wife and I purchased it. We have no semblance of buyer's remorse. I should also tell you that I am 6'2, my wife is 5'3, and we have no problems with adjusting the bike to a comfortable position between the two of us. There are several reviews that have brought up concerns about the design of the bike and angles at which your body will sit - I'm afraid I can't comment intelligently on that but it hasn't been problematic for either my wife or I.
What I can tell you with certainty, is that this bike provides the best impact-free, aerobic workout I've ever had.
After 18 months (roughly) of using this spin bike regularly, there hasn't been a thing go wrong with it and it's still providing a great cardio workout. We still have no buyers remorse and I still think you should get one.
I love the ease of this spin cycle. Heart monitor works when out of seat but not when sitting but they said they were working on it!
Overall, I highly recommend to anyone.biys very quality, very heavy duty, and will last years and years. I've owned for a few months, and believe I've already gotten my money's worth!