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Recumbent Exercise Bikes

Written by Jill Morrison
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Recumbent exercise bikes allow you to exercise on a stationary bike with less strain on the lower back and better circulation in your legs. The design of the bike allows you to enter and exit the seat easily, so it can be used by people of all ages and abilities. Recumbent bikes can even be used by the elderly and in rehabilitation.

Recumbent exercise bikes allow you to focus on muscles in your thighs, hips, and buttocks in a comfortable position. You can add heavy flywheel resistance to some bikes which will provide you with a great total body workout. Some come equipped with added features such as magazine racks, water bottle holders, graphical displays and pulse measurement equipment.

Types of Recumbent Exercise Bikes

Tunturi, Fitnex, and Wynne make fantastic models of recumbent exercise bikes. The Tunturi E4R and E6R are stylishly designed ergometer cycles with silent electromagnetic brakes. The Tunturi F530 has the highest quality Poly-V belt and flywheel drive available and a comfortable two piece seat design for exercising in comfort.

The Fitnex R70 HRC has an LED Matrix display with 16 levels of resistance and 8 user programs. The Wynne 2.1 and 2.3 recumbent bikes have non-wearing magnetic brakes, a large and precise flywheel, and belt drive that promote smooth and silent motion. These bike models will simultaneously show time, energy, speed, pulse, and consumption watts.

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