Marcy Recumbent Bike
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- Assembly of 1 stationary exercise bike
- Typical assembly time of 2 hours
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- Recumbent exercise bike with convenient step-through frame
- 8 preset resistance levels; adjustable-height seat with vinyl cover
- Easy-to-read computer tracks speed, distance, time, and calories
- Counterbalanced pedals with adjustable foot straps; powder-coat finish
- Foam-covered assist bars and handlebars; 2-year limited warranty
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|Special Features||Convenient step-through frame||Seating comfort||Air soft seat is 3-1/2 inch thick||Comfortable, padded upholstered vinyl seat|
|Warranty Description||2 Years Limited||1 Year Limited||Information not provided||Frame: 1 Year|
|Item Weight||56 pounds||43 pounds||63 pounds||56.6 pounds|
|Dimensions||23.5 inches x 40 inches x 9.5 inches||46 inches x 33 inches x 19 inches||34 inches x 54 inches x 22 inches||9.8 inches x 35.6 inches x 18.3 inches|
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Other details include a durable powder-coat finish and a shroud cover made of molded ABS plastic. The recumbent bike--which requires two AA batteries (not included) to run the computer--carries a two-year limited warranty.
Top Customer Reviews
I am 5'9", and the length of the bike seems as though it could easily accommodate someone 5" or 6" shorter or taller than I am. The seat is not very comfortable after the first 30 minutes, and I needed to use a pillow in order to complete an hour on it. This is definitely a "no-frills" bike, but seems to be fairly good quality for approximately $135. I purchased this bike because it was inexpensive, and because I tend to "wear out" most exercise equipment I purchase, regardless of price. So, I will be satisfied with the durability of this product if I get a year or two of use from it.
I bought this bike somewhere else online and had to drag it back to the store for refund due to bend frame and I was not able to install the bike.
Decides to give second chance on amazon..
Assembly: I am a female. I was able to install bike all by myself - very proud of it.
What I like about this bike:
- it's very easy to move around the house
- LCD pannel - has great features
What I do not like about this bike:
- COMFORT - if I knew for sure I would use this
bike for a long time I would purchase a more
expensive bike. Since I am a beginner I figure
this was a good investment.
I find the seat for me is not comfortable - I am
a petite female.
The seat is way too small and hard, a total torture rack. Additional problem, unlike all actual recumbent street bikes, the seat bottom is horizontal, not tilted back. This puts ALL your weight right onto your butt, hardly any on your back. The reason many of us hate regular exer-cycles. Extremely painful to sit on this Medieval torture device even for a few seconds.
The left pedal would not screw into the pedal crank arm. Stripped at the factory. And the "good" right pedal bolt wouldn't thread into it either, meaning the crank thread is stripped. Nor would the left pedal thread into the "good" thread on the right crank, meaning the left pedal bolt is stripped as well. Now how many of the thousands of bolts and nuts at your local hardware store are stripped at the factory? Zero. But these morons have a failure rate of 50%. Incredible.
Now the bike is useless after about 3 hours of assembly. Did I say 3 hours of assembly? Oh yes. And you definitely need two sets of hands to install the tension knob stem. And the instructions about it are vague and it is very tricky. Really a fun assembly.
The company claimed it would send me the bad parts, but with a bad left crank, I'm screwed. Because the left crank is not a user-repairable item, it's sealed inside the main housing behind MANY screws, a nightmare.
I have been waiting for these parts for over 2 weeks now, nothing. They still hadn't shipped anything after 10 days (Last Monday). And the company is just a few hundred miles away inside CA.
Basically I should take this whole mess down to the dump and just heave it into the busted appliance bin.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got this for my wife about 6 months ago. She loves the durability of the bike, and the little computer display is handy.Published 10 months ago by Paul Pollan
Is good, just not as stable as i would wish but affordable and does the work. The eletrocis didn;t last but it was in the lanai, covered but still kinda outdoor.Published 10 months ago by Saving Tress
Great bike, comfy and quiet. Took me 5 hours to put it together but I was doing it on my own and at least felt accomplished after!Published 19 months ago by Lisa
This is my third bike(I wore out two others) One hour set up with no problems. It completely meet my needs .I have multiple repaired joints, it is very comfortable. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Arlene Walsh
It was a gift for my wife. I found it easy to assemble and understand the instructions. As a serious exercise enthusiast, one who doesn't use
apparatus to hang clothing on,... Read more
The bike arrived in poor condition. One pedal was broken, the flywheel shaft had slipped out of its mounting slot, and two brackets were bent. Read morePublished 20 months ago by William F. Lamb
Received and put together the Marcy Recumbent Bike yesterday (12/4/2014). I received it within 4 days of ordering which was impressive. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Patty