I'll Start with the bad. THIS IS NOT A UPRIGHT BIKE. The angle of the seat toward the back of the bike, and the peddles toward the front place this bike in the recumbant category. NOT a full recumbant, but more recumbant than upright. Look closely at the pictures. Witch I should have done before ordering. Your feet will be well out in front of you, not under you as they would be on a bike. This position makes it impossible to get a true cycling workout from this bike. The other issue I have with this bike is the seat. It's huge. Comfortable if you don't go hard for to long. But it's huge. Spending more than a few minutes going hard it will start to rub the back of your thighs.
On the upside. For the money this is a well made, sturdy, easy to assemble bike. It is quit, and folds fairly easy for storage. If you don't care that a bike is upright, or recumbent, and want a bike you can ride and watch tv or play games on your phone while going at a easy pace this is a very good bike. If you want a true cycling workout this is NOT the bike for you. Exerpeutic should not advertise this bike as upright.