1 new from $999.00

Have one to sell? Sell on Amazon

Motus USA M-RACING FUSION Indoor Cycling Bike

3.3 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews

Available from these sellers.
    This fits your .
  • Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
  • Cutting-edge indoor racing bike with ultra-quiet Kevlar belt-driven drive system
  • Dual-sided SPD pedal w/cage, ergonomic saddle, non-slip handlebars, and water bottle holders
  • Eight-level Accujust tension control and on-board computer and heart rate monitors
  • 26 by 50 by 63 inches (W x H x D); weighs 132 pounds; 300-pound maximum user weight
  • Five year warranty against frame manufacturing defects, two year all inclusive warranty
1 new from $999.00

On-demand, studio quality fitness classes. Learn more.

Product Description


Motus USA’s M-Racing Fusion model of Indoor Group Cycling bikes features a sleek racing design, comfort handlebars, and an ergonomic comfort mesh saddle. With on-board computer and heart rate monitoring provided, users enjoy instant access to real-time statistics on an easy-to-read computer without the need for a personal telemetry strap. Riders can view time, calories, speed, distance, pulse rate, and more.

The NRG's on-board computer provides real-time performance statistics without a personal telemetry strap.

Rear flywheel drive location improves durability and minimizes wear on the wheel house mechanism.

Tension is adjusted using with a simple click lever which controls the revolutionary Accujust 8 tension adjustment system. This unique SmartAdjust feature makes customizing seat height and handlebar locations a breeze. Every unit incorporates a heavy duty Kevlar belt, crank, and dual brake pads ensure the highest level of commercial grade quality and performance. The advanced rear flywheel drive location offers a creative design aesthetic, along with dramatically improved durability due to minimized rust on the flywheel. The entire frame is protected by a triple layer zinc powder coating, and race inspired colors heighten the element of outdoor racing and are sure to inspire heart pumping workouts.

Every bike comes standard with advanced dual cage pedals and SPD toe clips, water bottle holder, on-board contact heart rate, and a technologically superior on-board computer for viewing of real time statistics, eliminating the need to spend additional money on accessorizing the bike. All Motus USA Indoor Cycling Bike products are backed by a five-year warranty against manufacturing defects to the frame and a six-month warranty on wearable parts.


  • 44-pound rear wheel drive flywheel
  • Two way, fixed wheel and crank drive system
  • Heavy duty Kevlar belt drive
  • Ergonomic two-tone PVC cover/PU foam saddle
  • Commercial grade crank
  • Heavy duty, long life dual brake pads
  • Accujust 8 lever-adjusted tension
  • Advanced dual-sided SPD pedals with clip and cage
  • On-board computer functions include scan, time, calories, speed, distance, and pulse rate
  • Protective plastic cover included
  • Triple layer zinc powder coating
  • Heat treated axle
  • Built-in transport wheels for ease of movement
  • Measures 25.5 by 50 by 63 inches (W x H x D) Weighs 132 pounds
  • 300-pound maximum user weight

About Motus USA
Motus USA is a manufacturer of premier fitness equipment, offering comprehensive solutions in commercial grade quality. Motus USA equipment is designed to exceed user expectations in performance and aesthetic appeal. As a company that is committed to advancing both product performance and abilities, Motus USA incorporates cutting-edge technologies and superior features to satisfy the needs of a wide variety of users.

Product Details

Owners Manual [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 63.3 x 26 x 50 inches ; 132 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1,600 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0029OA7IU
  • Item model number: M_FUSION
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,408,606 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

I have been an avid Cyclist for over 20 years and cross-train at the Gym on a regular basis, where my favorite activity is Group Cycling/Spinning.

My Gym has some Spinning Bikes which are nice, so when I started shopping for one of these for my home I was surprised that they were priced pretty high and came with almost no added accessories, these were all up-sells. By the time I was ready to check out, I had amassed over $500 in pedals, PC and upgraded seat, add that to the $1,600 price tag and I was at over $2,100

Enter the Motus NRG Group Indoor Racing Bike...
Sleeker Design, Belt Driven (as opposed to Chain), On-Board PC, Dual Pedals for my SPD Cleats, Upgraded Seat and other design improvements which quite simply blew the competition out of the water...and all for $1,000 less than the competing model.

I then did some additional research, and learned that this is one of the fastest growing brands and products in the Gym Industry, and that these bikes are found in club, YMCA's, and other commercial facilities Nationwide and Worldwide which further improved my confidence on a product which I had never personally seen.

After making the purchase through Amazon, the bike took 3 days to arrive. The delivery crew was friendly and professional, and when is saw the bike physically for the first time I was surprised, as it eclipsed my expectations. After riding the bike daily for well over 2 weeks, I am pleased to note that this is the smoothest and most impressive Indoor Cycle that I have ever used. It is destined to be my favorite activity as the rainy season begins.
Read more ›
2 Comments 26 people found this helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
Report abuse
By Zoom on January 29, 2011
Verified Purchase
I wanted a training bike that could give me realistic feel to my road bike. The only reason I'm not giving it top marks is the ridiculously poor computer and ratcheting tension for the flywheel. There 8 positions when it's only possible to use 3-4. They should have engineered the positions in smaller increments.
I like all of the positioning adjustments other than the handle bars don't have tilt, just height and lateral. Bike is made well with good long lasting materials that should not wear out anytime soon. Bike has belt drive which is quite after a touch of silicon spray.
The computer does not read out rpm's comparable to road riding. 90 rpm is more like 350 on the Motus. Mph and Elapsed are ok, but Heart Rate is far from accurate. Unit displays 110 when it should be more like 150bpm. Complained to supplier and they eventually sent another computer which corrected nothing.
Very good saddle with cutout for pressure points, or you can replace with your own. The underside of the pedals are made to adapt for clip less shoes.
1 Comment 15 people found this helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
Report abuse
Verified Purchase
Ok. Let me start off by saying that while I have cycled all my life I currently am not in great cycling shape and I decided to bite the bullet and get a piece of equipment the whole family could use, whether it be an elliptical, treadmill or stationary bike. I wasn't even looking at spinners but quality ellipticals are HUGE and very expensive and treadmills are the same way.

Once I narrowed it to exercise bikes, I started looking at the spinners as well. I discovered they simulated real bike riding better than anything and once I realized a spinner was just a solid hunk of metal with a flywheel and adjustable seat and handlebars using pretty much what amounted to bike parts, I was sold. No motors to break down or strange parts where they would have to send a service tech.

I was looking hard at the Lemond RevMaster Pro but they were out of stock so I went with the Motus--the Keiser spinners look really nice, too.
Of course, once I ordered it I scoured for more reviews on the net and though the complaints weren't too harsh there was one that seemed to be repeated: the resistance range is too limited, not usable after gear 4. (There was a funny one too of it being hard to get on or off, which was funny because I get on it exactly like I get on my real bikes!)

Now that I have had it a couple of days I can say I am very happy with the resistance levels and am so glad I got the Motus with the shifter versus the knob style of resistance. I'll give my description of how each gear feels to me, but let me start off by saying I am a fairly large guy (220lbs) and have large thighs so YMMV.

Gear 1: This is like riding on a smooth road that is slightly downhill. Not downhill enough to build up speed, but enough for there to be little effort to pedal.
Read more ›
Comment 9 people found this helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
Report abuse
Okay, I've just had it for a day and went for an hour ride, but that's enough to tell. This bike truly is rock solid and it is smooth and noiseless. It has quality hardware and attention to detail and isn't likely to be falling apart anytime soon. The assembly was very straightforward and took about 1/2 hour and I'm no mechanic. One of the biggest complaints I've read is the "gears" providing too narrow a useable range. Right out of the box, mine was the same way. Gear 8 is supposed to be your brake, but I couldn't budge the pedals in 7 or 8...even standing on them...and barely in 6. 5 was a difficult "out of the saddle ride" and 4 was a taxing seated workout. With just a little help from a reviewer on this forum, it took just minutes to adjust the spring tension so that there is fairly smoooth tension increase across the range. I find this bike very comparable to the Lemond Rev Pro in quality, but if you shop around beyond Amazon (hint: Costco), you can find a price that makes this a sure winner. Sadly, it is made in Taiwan. I have no comment about the computer because one is not included at the price point I paid. From what I've been reading from others, I'm not missing anything. My only regret is not American made.
1 Comment 5 people found this helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
Report abuse

Most Recent Customer Reviews

Pages with Related Products. See and discover other items: exercise bike recumbent