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Schwinn AD6 Airdyne Exercise Bike
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- Single-stage belt drive keeps it running quietly
- Progressive wind resistance system offers infinite levels of challenge
- RevMeter RPM gage for interval training
- Self-balancing foot pedals with foot straps
- Quiet, frictionless fan that keeps you cool
- Simple to use LCD console with speed, RPM, distance, time and calories
- Stationary foot rest pegs for isolating upper body exercise
- Telemetric heart rate enabled
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Schwinn Airdyne AD6
For an intense, full-body cardio workout that builds strength and blasts calories, it's hard to beat the Airdyne AD6. Its signature wind-resistance technology puts you in control of your workout intesnsity – so the more you put in, the more you get out.
LCD console with continuously visible metrics and an RevMeter RPM gauge that is perfect for interval training
Foot straps on self-balancing pedals for greater motion control.
Shrouding on BioSynch linkage system for safer workouts.
Convenient transport wheel location for moving and storage.
Water Bottle Holder
Integrated water bottle holder to keep you hydrated.
Airdyne AD6 Reading Rack and Wind Screen available.
|Schwinn Airdyne AD2||Schwinn Airdyne AD6||Schwinn Airdyne AD7|
|Display Readouts||Time, Distance, Speed, Calories, RPM||RevMeter, Time, Distance, Calories, RPM, Watts, Pulse||Time, Distance, Speed, Calories, RPM, Watts|
|Heart Rate||-||Telemetry Enabled||Telemetry Enabled|
|Drive Systems||Single-Stage Belt Drive||Dual-Stage Torque Belt Drives||Single-Stage Belt Drive|
|Seat||Padded||Extra-Padded, Oversized||Padded, Replaceable, Fore/Aft Adjustments|
|Power Requirements||2 AA Batteries (Not included)||2 AA Batteries (Not included)||2 D Batteries (Included)|
|Water Bottle Holder||-||✓||✓|
|Max. User Weight||250 lb. / 113 kg.||300 lb. / 136 kg.||350 lb. / 158.8 kg.|
For an intense, full-body cardio workout that builds strength and blasts calories, it’s hard to beat the Schwinn Airdyne AD6. Its signature wind-resistance technology puts you in control of your workout intensity – so the more you put in, the more you get out. The AD6 is loaded with features to keep you comfortable while staying on top of your training stats and biometric data.
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I’ll never trust any reviews again. I’m a runner who is getting on in age and lives in Jersey and sometimes the weather keeps me from running in my local park. I decided it was time to invest in an exercise bike…but which one. I live on a fixed income so price was going to be a concern, however I believe in the old saying, “you get what you pay for.” So I was willing to put out a large chunk of change for a good solid bike that would last until I physically couldn’t use it any more…hopefully several years.
Since I would be using my Amazon account I trolled around to see what they were selling and that’s when I saw the trusted, iconic name of Schwinn. I choose the AD6 with a price tag of $559.00 plus tax because I liked the idea of getting an upper and lower body workout. I saw the reviews were overwhelming positive except for several negatives that mentioned a metallic clanking, clanging and banging coming from the pedal area. Again thinking “Schwinn” I assumed that the problem wasn’t as bad as those reviews stated or that those people didn’t put it together right, etc.…surely it wasn’t anything the manufacturer did.
So I placed my order and was excited when the bike arrived earlier than expected. I was even more excited when it took only 30 minutes or so before I had the bike assembled and was working up a sweat.
That was in May of 2016. By July 2016 I wasn’t so excited anymore. A loud banging developed around the pedal area…I couldn’t place exactly where it was coming from…nothing was hitting anything and nothing was loose so I called customer service…and called…and called. People there were very polite and kept sending me parts. How what I was supposed to do with them I didn’t know. Finally, the banging was so loud I could no longer use the bike without disturbing my neighbors. I live in a small apartment with units above and alongside me.
January 27th a technician arrives, walks in sits on the bike and say’s, it can’t be fixed. He didn’t have a lot of good things to say about this model but did say I could continue to use the bike…nothing will happen...but the way the bikes are made now there is no way to fix the loud banging. I called customer service with the technician here and they agreed to send me a new bike.
OK that’s great…stuff happens. I’m willing to forgive and forget and I’m excited again. The new bike arrives on march 10, 2017 and it’s great…once again I’m peddling along and getting a good workout when snap…the crank belt brakes.
OK stuff happens…I buy a new belt watch a You Tube video on how to install the new belt which was easier than I thought it would be and I’m back in business once again. Easter Sunday I was going at a pretty good pace when I heard it…Clang, bang, clang, bang. The bike is useless unless I move it outside in a field where it won’t disturb anyone.
Bottom line…Schwinn got my $559 and I got a very expensive piece of crap to hang my clothes on. It’s a real shame that people will see the overall good rating for this bike and the name Schwinn and buy one.
I apologize to all those reviewers for assuming it was something you did and it will be my mission in life to get the word out about this piece of crap product. You can bet the word “Schwinn” is not mentioned in this home without an expletive in front of it.
The package arrived in a few days undamaged and complete. It is rather heavy and would be difficult for one person to handle it without a hand truck or dolly of some kind. Assembly was easy and only took about 30 minutes total including leveling. I am 6ft and 200lbs (down from 230 recently). This bike fits me perfectly. My wife is 5' 2" and the seat adjusts to her height easily, so she is comfortable with it also.
My only minor complaint was that the handlebars came with the R & L stickers on the wrong parts. I guess if you are a really tall person, you could mount them backwards and they still work just fine. I suspect that some people the complained about the handlebars being too far for their reach in other reviews may have mounted them wrong.
The bike is very stable when leveled on a solid floor. The resistance matches my demands either faster or slower for my usual 20 minute workout. The computer readout is large enough and bright enough to be seen easily. I do not see the need for a fender since the air is deflected elsewhere by the fan. I prefer to use my ceiling fan or a table fan as needed, so you might want to plan this for your fitness room.
I bought the book rack for it too and it is a great addition making my workouts go by with pleasure.