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Schwinn 112 Upright Exercise Bike
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- Features Schwinn Bio-Fit angle adjustable handlebars with integrated grip heart rate sensors
- Sixteen levels of resistance
- LCD computer display provides complete workout statistics including time, interval time
- Warranty: frame - 10 years, mechanical and electrical - 1 year
- Measures 32 inches long by 20 inches wide by 51 inches tall; weighs 80 pounds
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A backlit LCD computer display allows you to track your complete workout statistics and includes time, interval time, RPM, watts, distance, pulse, speed, calories, resistance, and alpha-numeric prompts. Wide comfort Schwinn Bio-Fit pedals will keep your feet comfortable while a Bio-Fit comfort saddle with micro-adjustable fore/aft seat slider will keep you comfortable while sitting on the bike. The handlebars are angle adjustable with integrated grip heart rate sensors and micro-adjustable fore/aft console slider.
For added convenience and comfort while you take your workout to the next level, an adjustable fan will keep your temperature cool. Small yet important details, such as an integrated coin/key tray to stash your small items and a reading rack for staying current on news or catching up with your favorite novel, make the Schwinn 112 a deluxe choice in exercise bikes. Transport wheels allow you to move the bike around and stow it for easy storage while protecting your floors at the same time.
- Magnetic resistance system
- Computer controlled drive system
- Sixteen levels of resistance
- Six profile courses with calorie goal, body mass index (BMI) measurement, recovery test, results mode, quick start, and manual mode
- Backlit LCD computer display with complete workout statistics including time, interval time, RPM, watts, distance, pulse, speed, calories, resistance, and alpha-numeric prompts
- Bio-Fit comfort saddle with micro-adjustable fore/aft seat slider
- Schwinn Bio-Fit angle adjustable handlebars with integrated grip heart rate sensors and micro-adjustable fore/aft console slider
- Adjustable louver fan to keep you cool during workout
- Integrated coin/key tray
- Reading rack for ultimate convenience
- Transport wheels protect floors and make storage and relocation easy
- Product dimensions: 32 inches long by 20 inches wide by 51 inches tall (81 by 51 by 130 centimeters)
- Product weight: 80 pounds/36 kilograms
- Maximum user weight: 300 pounds/136 kilograms
- Power requirement: AC Adapter
- Bio-Fit pedals with 1 millimeter inclination/3-piece crank with sealed bearing BB
About Exercise Bikes
Despite the competition from trendy new fitness inventions, exercise bikes continue to be popular options for home exercise. They offer the same aerobic benefits of riding a bicycle at any time, in any weather, without leaving the comfort and safety of home. Exercise bikes don't take up much space, require little or no balance or coordination, and can provide an effective workout for all levels of users, from beginners to serious competitors. While the same could be said for a number of other types of home fitness equipment, the exercise bike is one of the few that allows you to watch television or read a magazine while you work out. For many people, having convenient access to quality exercise equipment is critical to sticking with a long-term exercise program.
Frame - 10 years; mechanical and electrical - one year; wear items - six months; labor - 90 days
As with any exercise program, consult a physician before you begin.
Top Customer Reviews
One thing i noticed is that people spoke highly of the "schwinn" name, ironically actually for most cyclists the Schwinn name is now synomonous with "cheap" bikes as when they went bankrupt they were bought by Pacific Cycles and the Schwinn name has been slapped on every bike in Target, K-Mart etc, the real low end bikes etc, so i actually was real embarrassed and hesitant to buy a Schwinn, but "Schwinn Fitness" is a different company and much better, their exercise bikes are high quality and cost $300 to well over a $1,000 and are not in the category of the cheap Target bikes.
So with all that said, i was not seeking out getting Schwinn, but did slowly figure out that it is the best for the money, in that in my opinion don't get a bike that you can't "glide" i.e. when you stop pedaling the internal wheel keeps going.. this bike has that.. the ones cheaper don't, so this is probably about the cheapest bike that has that... it has a "heavy wheel" in there that you pedal and this is what gives you some feel when you ride, this is what makes this bike the bottom end of the "decent" bikes..Read more ›
I purchased it on-line from Dick's Sporting Goods web site for $299. However, eight different on-line retailers of this unit were all quoting the same price and shipping costs. Upon further examination (looking at the page source in the browser), I discovered that all eight web sites were delivering the same web content from the same server. In other words, you may think that they are separate on-line stores, but they are actually eight store _brands_ putting their face on only one on-line source carrying this unit.
The bike is comfortable, quiet and well-designed.
Handlebars are adjustable about 2 inches horizontally and 90 or so degress in tilt.
Seat is well padded and has a small depression down the middle to help prevent loss of blood flow to reproductive organs. Seat is adjustable about a foot in height, 3 inches horizontally, and a useful amount in tilt.
Pedals have adjustable straps to hold feet in or to allow upward pulling while pedaling.
I don't use the exercise programs in the computer, so I can't review that, but to start up only requires pressing the quick start button and however many presses you wish on the plus sign to increase resistance. Heart rate minitoring takes a little too long (about 30 seconds) to settle on a consistent reading.Read more ›
An update after more than a year of having the bike. Still riding it several times weekly and still no problems. The dreaded E-2 console error has never cropped up. I am completely happy with this purchase.
Now over 8 years with this bike and still no problems.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have owned this for more than 3 years, its done more than 5000 miles, its quiet, strong, sturdy, and absolutely fantastic. I really can't recommend it enough.Published on January 9, 2012 by Big O
I just got my Schwinn 112, put it together this morning, and had my first ride on it. Some of the concerns I had read from other reviews included the faulty parts. Read morePublished on February 17, 2008 by JS
I wanted a quality bike, small enough to fit in the limited space I had. The Schwinn 112 fit the bill very well. Read morePublished on February 8, 2008 by Robert Dring
It comes mostly preassembled, easy to put together. This thing is very solid, big metal, big screws,... Read morePublished on January 19, 2008 by H. Klein
Like others who wrote reviews, we received this item with a damaged part. The black protective covering that goes over the silver bar that is the base of the bike, was cracked. Read morePublished on December 8, 2007 by S. Burrill
I've ridden 3000 miles on this cycle during the past 7 months. It works just as well as when I first assembled it. Read morePublished on December 3, 2007 by A-OK in OK
Unfortunately, never got a chance to test the bike. It arrived at the shipping dock so broken that I refused delivery. Read morePublished on November 19, 2007 by Amazon Customer
I had hurt my achilles and could no longer run or do the stairmaster. The only exercise that could allow my achilles to heal was an exercise bike. Read morePublished on October 30, 2007 by BYM48
Good product for the price. Bike seat is a bit uncomfortable. A seat with more padding would be perfect.
Adjustable positions: Seat height, seat angle, handle bars.