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Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C

Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C

Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
Sunny Health & Fitness Exercise Cycling Bike with Heavy 49 LB Chrome Flywheel - SF-B1002/C
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Features

  • STATIONARY BIKE: The sturdy steel frame, heavy 49 lb weighted flywheel and 275 maximum user weight gives this bike a rock solid build that will keep it moving ride after ride.
  • RESISTANCE: Resistance system gives you the experience of a realistic, real-road feeling. Push down emergency brake will bring the bike to an immediate stop. Adjustable inseam height - Min 29 / Max 41 inches. Seat to handlebar - Min 18 / Max 23 inches
  • SILENT RIDE: Experience a smooth and quiet ride with the maintenance free belt drive system which allows you to workout without interrupting your workout or anyone around you.
  • CUSTOMIZABILITY: 4-Way adjustable seat and 2-way adjustable handlebars adapt to any user type. Use the toe clip pedals with straps to keep your feet in place.
  • BOTTLE HOLDER: Stay hydrated throughout your workout. This convenient bottle holder is built into the frame for easy access.FOOT PEDAL STYLE: caged

Description

The SF-B1002 is engineered with one of the heaviest flywheels available for a consumer indoor cycle bike. Feel the burn from those intense climbs or get your heart pumping on those sprints. Switch up the resistance of your SF-B1002 Belt Drive Indoor Cycling Bike with the convenient tension knob. Adjust the resistance to add variety to your biking sessions. The seat can be adjusted for height and proximity to handlebars for setting up your cycle bike, sizing and fitting. Stay hydrated in the most demanding of workouts. The convenient bottle holder keeps your favorite refreshing beverage within arm’s reach!


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Features

  • STATIONARY BIKE: The sturdy steel frame, heavy 49 lb weighted flywheel and 275 maximum user weight gives this bike a rock solid build that will keep it moving ride after ride.
  • RESISTANCE: Resistance system gives you the experience of a realistic, real-road feeling. Push down emergency brake will bring the bike to an immediate stop. Adjustable inseam height - Min 29 / Max 41 inches. Seat to handlebar - Min 18 / Max 23 inches
  • SILENT RIDE: Experience a smooth and quiet ride with the maintenance free belt drive system which allows you to workout without interrupting your workout or anyone around you.
  • CUSTOMIZABILITY: 4-Way adjustable seat and 2-way adjustable handlebars adapt to any user type. Use the toe clip pedals with straps to keep your feet in place.
  • BOTTLE HOLDER: Stay hydrated throughout your workout. This convenient bottle holder is built into the frame for easy access.FOOT PEDAL STYLE: caged

Description

The SF-B1002 is engineered with one of the heaviest flywheels available for a consumer indoor cycle bike. Feel the burn from those intense climbs or get your heart pumping on those sprints. Switch up the resistance of your SF-B1002 Belt Drive Indoor Cycling Bike with the convenient tension knob. Adjust the resistance to add variety to your biking sessions. The seat can be adjusted for height and proximity to handlebars for setting up your cycle bike, sizing and fitting. Stay hydrated in the most demanding of workouts. The convenient bottle holder keeps your favorite refreshing beverage within arm’s reach!


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • STATIONARY BIKE: The sturdy steel frame, heavy 49 lb weighted flywheel and 275 maximum user weight gives this bike a rock solid build that will keep it moving ride after ride.
  • RESISTANCE: Resistance system gives you the experience of a realistic, real-road feeling. Push down emergency brake will bring the bike to an immediate stop. Adjustable inseam height - Min 29 / Max 41 inches. Seat to handlebar - Min 18 / Max 23 inches
  • SILENT RIDE: Experience a smooth and quiet ride with the maintenance free belt drive system which allows you to workout without interrupting your workout or anyone around you.
  • CUSTOMIZABILITY: 4-Way adjustable seat and 2-way adjustable handlebars adapt to any user type. Use the toe clip pedals with straps to keep your feet in place.
  • BOTTLE HOLDER: Stay hydrated throughout your workout. This convenient bottle holder is built into the frame for easy access.FOOT PEDAL STYLE: caged

Description

The SF-B1002 is engineered with one of the heaviest flywheels available for a consumer indoor cycle bike. Feel the burn from those intense climbs or get your heart pumping on those sprints. Switch up the resistance of your SF-B1002 Belt Drive Indoor Cycling Bike with the convenient tension knob. Adjust the resistance to add variety to your biking sessions. The seat can be adjusted for height and proximity to handlebars for setting up your cycle bike, sizing and fitting. Stay hydrated in the most demanding of workouts. The convenient bottle holder keeps your favorite refreshing beverage within arm’s reach!


abunda_amazon_reviews If you've had the BANGING issue with this bike, skip to the end for notes on my fix *********************************** Initially I had looked at buying the Peloton bike because of their really great app but ultimately decided it was not worth the investment considering spinning was completely new to me. My intention was to use this bike in conjunction with the Peloton app ($12/mo). So far I am very satisfied with my purchase. Delivery - I paid just under $300 for the bike which included shipping. Which is really unbelievable in and of itself. I'm not sure how the UPS guy even got it up the stairs to our landing because the box weighed over 120 pounds. This bike is *very* sturdy. My first concern was that for $300 you would get a rickety piece of garbage. Not the case. Peloton charges $250 just for shipping. Assembly - honestly, the actual assembly part took about ten minutes. But it took 10 minutes to get the box into the basement, 15 minutes to unpack the box and unwrap all the parts and another 5 to sort of gather everything together. There are very few actual pieces, like I said, the bike is very sturdy when put together. "Add ons" / changes - I made a few minor additions to the bike to improve the use. 1 - Added a pair of Shimano SPD pedals ($35). These are fantastic pedals, I *highly* recommend them and they work great on this bike. Took only a few minutes to swap out. So far zero issues with the pedals. Please not if you have never used clip-in pedals before, you will need bike shoes with SPD cleats on them to use. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003ZMDK5C 2 - Simple ipad holder for the handlebars ($20). I have a beat up, cracked-up old ipad4 that I planned to use on the bike and this clip works perfectly. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00D5YTO5K 3 - Bike mat ($30) - perfect size, seems to work great so far. Its a mat, nothing fancy. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001THTUAO 4 - Wireless computer from spinning.com ($65) - I tried two of the Cateye models and just did not like how small they were and one I could not get to work with the spin bike. The spinning.com computers are made to work with their brand spin bikes but seems to work great with this model. Look I am not an engineer, I'm not going to guarantee that these are insanely accurate and are really only made for their brand bikes - but its worked fine so far. I was most interested in something that was wireless, would display time/cadence at the same time and that was easy to read. So I spent $150 or so on other options and am completely happy right now with my setup. ***Notes on use with the Peloton app*** - As I said, I bought this bike specifically to use with the Peloton app. I am very impressed with the app so far. They have dozens of live classes every day or thousands of on demand ones. The app has a pretty simple filter that allows you to search/sort by class type, time, instructor etc. I wish there were a couple of minor tweaks - like letting you save your favorite rides into some kind of favorites menu - but so far I am very happy. The ipad version of the app is $12/month whereas if you have the Peleton bike they charge you $40/month. Even at that price, IMO, its worth it since I have been using it every day. Spin studios in the DC area can run upwards of $175-200/month for unlimited rides. ***Notes on FIXES or things that might break*** - As has been noted in other reviews there seem to be a couple of quality control issues, both of which I ran into. 1 - Squeaky resistance pad - Definitely happened to me over the first week. I used it every day and it seemed to get worse. I bought a $7 can of liquid graphite spray off Amazon and I gave it a few shots, it cleared right up. I could see just giving it a shot every couple weeks. Nothing major here, very easy fix. 2 - That BANGING or knocking on every peddle stroke. - If you've had it, you know what I'm talking about. It sounds like the bike is broken and goes BANG BANG BANG on each peddle stroke. I emailed the company and they sent me a PDF with pictures about making some adjustments to the belt with the two adjustment screws on the front. I spent @ 20 minutes screwing around with it and eventually it did stop. It was a pain in the neck and very annoying to have to deal with but it did finally stop. - Take the belt cover off - screws on the two sides and bottom - take the big side nuts off from the fork - adjust the screws I circled in yellow. Experimentation and patience required! Look, this bike cost $300 shipped. For that price, I had a reasonable expectation that the bike would not be perfect and would probably need some adjustments. If I wanted to buy the $2000 bike with $250 shipping charge, I would certainly have expected a higher level of quality. But for the cost I am very happy with my purchase.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 25, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Bought to use with Peloton app - **notes on BANGING fix** inside;;dcm;;;My husband and I became enamored with the Pelaton bike after watching a billion of their commercials during our week off at Christmas time. :) We looked up the price ($2,400 per bike!) and knowing we wanted two bikes, we couldn't justify an investment of $4,800 plus the $40 per month for the classes. We did a whole lot of research on other options to achieve a comparable experience and finally settled on the Sunny B1002 with some 3rd party add-ons that make it very close for a lot less money. What we had to sacrifice: Interaction - One very cool thing about Pelaton is the live classes. If you are a competitive person, or if you gain encouragement in knowing that someone else is also sweating their butt off with you right now, then this is a valuable feature. Their bike comes with a screen (you can only use it for Pelaton - it's not like a tablet or iPad that you can use for other apps or web browsing). During the live classes, you can see how you are doing in comparison to others in the class. It's like social media exercising. That's very cool, but for us, it's definitely not worth the added expense. Weight holders - If you do arm exercises while you work out (some instructors include arms), the Pelaton bike has bars that hold your weights. Sunny does not. To us, it's not worth the extra cost. Resistance % monitoring - this is the one Pelaton feature that we really feel like we are missing out on. The Pelaton instructors will tell you to turn your resistance to a percentage (i.e., 35-45%). On the next "hill" they'll say, increase it by one or two. Their bikes have a concise digitally gauged resistance control, whereas the Sunny bike has a knob and you have to guess what 35% is - what 50% is. We get a little frustrated about this because we don't know how to gauge where our resistance levels are. I do, however, believe that over time, we will have a reasonable idea of feeling the resistance. Over all, we know what our abilities are and we know what 35% effort feels compared to 50% effort and are gauging it that way. Plus our heart rates help us to monitor if we are putting in enough or too much effort and we adjust as needed. But still, it would be nice to see how we are doing compared to what the instructor is telling us to do. (Kind of like doing Rx in Crossfit - it feels good when you're know your strength is up to par.) Here’s our garage setup: Two bikes Two gel seat covers - we are new spinners & our bottoms aren't used to a bike seat! The gel makes it bearable as we build resistance. Phone mount on the handle bars / we use the Wahoo Run app on our personal phones to watch our cadence, heart rate, calories & other data; purchased phone mounts to hold them secure onto the handle bar A wall-mounted TV - We watch Pelaton classes on the TV v/s an ipad strapped to the handlebar. It helps us keep our heads up as we spin (good posture) An Apple TV and old iPod / we use the Pelaton app ($15/month subscription) and mirror from the iPod to the TV with the Apple TV. 8'x10' area of interlocking puzzle floor mats (looks fantastic & prevents sweat stains from spotting up the garage floor) Our cost for a two-bike set up: $336 - Sunny B1002 Bike (they are $50 cheaper now than when we purchased) $336 - Sunny B1002 Bike $40 - Wahoo RPM Cadence Sensor $40 - Wahoo RPM Cadence Sensor $15 - Taotronics Bike Phone Mount $15 - Taotronics Bike Phone Mount $80 - Wahoo Tickr X heart rate monitor (you'll love this for other workout programs too) $80 - Wahoo Tickr X heart rate monitor $14 - UShake Gel Saddle Seat Cover $14 - UShake Gel Saddle Seat Cover $966 TOTAL for TWO BIKES & GEAR ($483 for only one bike & gear) Extra stuff you may need: $140 - Apple TV (we already had one) $170 - 32" Smart TV (we already had one) $200 - iPod touch (we already had one) $89 - ProSource Puzzle Interlocking Exercise Mats (enough for 8'x10' area) $13 - VideoSecu TV Wall Mount $11 - Right-angle HDMI Cable (our wall mount was tight aganst the wall and we had to replace the HDMI cable to a flatter system) $623 FOR EVERYTHING YOU MAY POSSIBLY NEED TO SET UP $15/month for Pelaton app spin subscription. We love OnDemand and have thousands of classes to choose from. :) If you are starting from scratch and had to purchase every single thing you need for setting up a spin studio in your garage, you're looking at spending $1589 for two bikes or $1106 for one bike, but the cool thing is that you can use the other items (iPod, Apple TV & Smart TV) for so many other purposes too. One Pelaton bike costs $2400 and can be used only for a Pelaton spin class (that subscription is $40/month). If you have money to spare, I'd say go for the Pelaton, just because it's so nice to know where you are with resistance. But if money is a factor, I think you'd be super happy with a setup similar to ours. They are rock solid bikes, extremely easy to assemble (the people who wrote the assembly instructions should receive an award - they were so clear, accurate & thorough) and we just love them.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 1, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Couldn't love it more - Use it with Pelaton classes;;Amazon Customer

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By dcm - Reviewed in the United States on August 25, 2016
Bought to use with Peloton app - **notes on BANGING fix** inside
If you've had the BANGING issue with this bike, skip to the end for notes on my fix *********************************** Initially I had looked at buying the Peloton bike because of their really great app but ultimately decided it was not worth the investment considering spinning was completely new to me. My intention was to use this bike in conjunction with the Peloton app ($12/mo). So far I am very satisfied with my purchase. Delivery - I paid just under $300 for the bike which included shipping. Which is really unbelievable in and of itself. I'm not sure how the UPS guy even got it up the stairs to our landing because the box weighed over 120 pounds. This bike is *very* sturdy. My first concern was that for $300 you would get a rickety piece of garbage. Not the case. Peloton charges $250 just for shipping. Assembly - honestly, the actual assembly part took about ten minutes. But it took 10 minutes to get the box into the basement, 15 minutes to unpack the box and unwrap all the parts and another 5 to sort of gather everything together. There are very few actual pieces, like I said, the bike is very sturdy when put together. "Add ons" / changes - I made a few minor additions to the bike to improve the use. 1 - Added a pair of Shimano SPD pedals ($35). These are fantastic pedals, I *highly* recommend them and they work great on this bike. Took only a few minutes to swap out. So far zero issues with the pedals. Please not if you have never used clip-in pedals before, you will need bike shoes with SPD cleats on them to use. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003ZMDK5C 2 - Simple ipad holder for the handlebars ($20). I have a beat up, cracked-up old ipad4 that I planned to use on the bike and this clip works perfectly. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00D5YTO5K 3 - Bike mat ($30) - perfect size, seems to work great so far. Its a mat, nothing fancy. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001THTUAO 4 - Wireless computer from spinning.com ($65) - I tried two of the Cateye models and just did not like how small they were and one I could not get to work with the spin bike. The spinning.com computers are made to work with their brand spin bikes but seems to work great with this model. Look I am not an engineer, I'm not going to guarantee that these are insanely accurate and are really only made for their brand bikes - but its worked fine so far. I was most interested in something that was wireless, would display time/cadence at the same time and that was easy to read. So I spent $150 or so on other options and am completely happy right now with my setup. ***Notes on use with the Peloton app*** - As I said, I bought this bike specifically to use with the Peloton app. I am very impressed with the app so far. They have dozens of live classes every day or thousands of on demand ones. The app has a pretty simple filter that allows you to search/sort by class type, time, instructor etc. I wish there were a couple of minor tweaks - like letting you save your favorite rides into some kind of favorites menu - but so far I am very happy. The ipad version of the app is $12/month whereas if you have the Peleton bike they charge you $40/month. Even at that price, IMO, its worth it since I have been using it every day. Spin studios in the DC area can run upwards of $175-200/month for unlimited rides. ***Notes on FIXES or things that might break*** - As has been noted in other reviews there seem to be a couple of quality control issues, both of which I ran into. 1 - Squeaky resistance pad - Definitely happened to me over the first week. I used it every day and it seemed to get worse. I bought a $7 can of liquid graphite spray off Amazon and I gave it a few shots, it cleared right up. I could see just giving it a shot every couple weeks. Nothing major here, very easy fix. 2 - That BANGING or knocking on every peddle stroke. - If you've had it, you know what I'm talking about. It sounds like the bike is broken and goes BANG BANG BANG on each peddle stroke. I emailed the company and they sent me a PDF with pictures about making some adjustments to the belt with the two adjustment screws on the front. I spent @ 20 minutes screwing around with it and eventually it did stop. It was a pain in the neck and very annoying to have to deal with but it did finally stop. - Take the belt cover off - screws on the two sides and bottom - take the big side nuts off from the fork - adjust the screws I circled in yellow. Experimentation and patience required! Look, this bike cost $300 shipped. For that price, I had a reasonable expectation that the bike would not be perfect and would probably need some adjustments. If I wanted to buy the $2000 bike with $250 shipping charge, I would certainly have expected a higher level of quality. But for the cost I am very happy with my purchase.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on May 1, 2017
Couldn't love it more - Use it with Pelaton classes
My husband and I became enamored with the Pelaton bike after watching a billion of their commercials during our week off at Christmas time. :) We looked up the price ($2,400 per bike!) and knowing we wanted two bikes, we couldn't justify an investment of $4,800 plus the $40 per month for the classes. We did a whole lot of research on other options to achieve a comparable experience and finally settled on the Sunny B1002 with some 3rd party add-ons that make it very close for a lot less money. What we had to sacrifice: Interaction - One very cool thing about Pelaton is the live classes. If you are a competitive person, or if you gain encouragement in knowing that someone else is also sweating their butt off with you right now, then this is a valuable feature. Their bike comes with a screen (you can only use it for Pelaton - it's not like a tablet or iPad that you can use for other apps or web browsing). During the live classes, you can see how you are doing in comparison to others in the class. It's like social media exercising. That's very cool, but for us, it's definitely not worth the added expense. Weight holders - If you do arm exercises while you work out (some instructors include arms), the Pelaton bike has bars that hold your weights. Sunny does not. To us, it's not worth the extra cost. Resistance % monitoring - this is the one Pelaton feature that we really feel like we are missing out on. The Pelaton instructors will tell you to turn your resistance to a percentage (i.e., 35-45%). On the next "hill" they'll say, increase it by one or two. Their bikes have a concise digitally gauged resistance control, whereas the Sunny bike has a knob and you have to guess what 35% is - what 50% is. We get a little frustrated about this because we don't know how to gauge where our resistance levels are. I do, however, believe that over time, we will have a reasonable idea of feeling the resistance. Over all, we know what our abilities are and we know what 35% effort feels compared to 50% effort and are gauging it that way. Plus our heart rates help us to monitor if we are putting in enough or too much effort and we adjust as needed. But still, it would be nice to see how we are doing compared to what the instructor is telling us to do. (Kind of like doing Rx in Crossfit - it feels good when you're know your strength is up to par.) Here’s our garage setup: Two bikes Two gel seat covers - we are new spinners & our bottoms aren't used to a bike seat! The gel makes it bearable as we build resistance. Phone mount on the handle bars / we use the Wahoo Run app on our personal phones to watch our cadence, heart rate, calories & other data; purchased phone mounts to hold them secure onto the handle bar A wall-mounted TV - We watch Pelaton classes on the TV v/s an ipad strapped to the handlebar. It helps us keep our heads up as we spin (good posture) An Apple TV and old iPod / we use the Pelaton app ($15/month subscription) and mirror from the iPod to the TV with the Apple TV. 8'x10' area of interlocking puzzle floor mats (looks fantastic & prevents sweat stains from spotting up the garage floor) Our cost for a two-bike set up: $336 - Sunny B1002 Bike (they are $50 cheaper now than when we purchased) $336 - Sunny B1002 Bike $40 - Wahoo RPM Cadence Sensor $40 - Wahoo RPM Cadence Sensor $15 - Taotronics Bike Phone Mount $15 - Taotronics Bike Phone Mount $80 - Wahoo Tickr X heart rate monitor (you'll love this for other workout programs too) $80 - Wahoo Tickr X heart rate monitor $14 - UShake Gel Saddle Seat Cover $14 - UShake Gel Saddle Seat Cover $966 TOTAL for TWO BIKES & GEAR ($483 for only one bike & gear) Extra stuff you may need: $140 - Apple TV (we already had one) $170 - 32" Smart TV (we already had one) $200 - iPod touch (we already had one) $89 - ProSource Puzzle Interlocking Exercise Mats (enough for 8'x10' area) $13 - VideoSecu TV Wall Mount $11 - Right-angle HDMI Cable (our wall mount was tight aganst the wall and we had to replace the HDMI cable to a flatter system) $623 FOR EVERYTHING YOU MAY POSSIBLY NEED TO SET UP $15/month for Pelaton app spin subscription. We love OnDemand and have thousands of classes to choose from. :) If you are starting from scratch and had to purchase every single thing you need for setting up a spin studio in your garage, you're looking at spending $1589 for two bikes or $1106 for one bike, but the cool thing is that you can use the other items (iPod, Apple TV & Smart TV) for so many other purposes too. One Pelaton bike costs $2400 and can be used only for a Pelaton spin class (that subscription is $40/month). If you have money to spare, I'd say go for the Pelaton, just because it's so nice to know where you are with resistance. But if money is a factor, I think you'd be super happy with a setup similar to ours. They are rock solid bikes, extremely easy to assemble (the people who wrote the assembly instructions should receive an award - they were so clear, accurate & thorough) and we just love them.

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5.0 out of 5 stars
By dcm - Reviewed in the United States on August 25, 2016
Bought to use with Peloton app - **notes on BANGING fix** inside
If you've had the BANGING issue with this bike, skip to the end for notes on my fix *********************************** Initially I had looked at buying the Peloton bike because of their really great app but ultimately decided it was not worth the investment considering spinning was completely new to me. My intention was to use this bike in conjunction with the Peloton app ($12/mo). So far I am very satisfied with my purchase. Delivery - I paid just under $300 for the bike which included shipping. Which is really unbelievable in and of itself. I'm not sure how the UPS guy even got it up the stairs to our landing because the box weighed over 120 pounds. This bike is *very* sturdy. My first concern was that for $300 you would get a rickety piece of garbage. Not the case. Peloton charges $250 just for shipping. Assembly - honestly, the actual assembly part took about ten minutes. But it took 10 minutes to get the box into the basement, 15 minutes to unpack the box and unwrap all the parts and another 5 to sort of gather everything together. There are very few actual pieces, like I said, the bike is very sturdy when put together. "Add ons" / changes - I made a few minor additions to the bike to improve the use. 1 - Added a pair of Shimano SPD pedals ($35). These are fantastic pedals, I *highly* recommend them and they work great on this bike. Took only a few minutes to swap out. So far zero issues with the pedals. Please not if you have never used clip-in pedals before, you will need bike shoes with SPD cleats on them to use. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003ZMDK5C 2 - Simple ipad holder for the handlebars ($20). I have a beat up, cracked-up old ipad4 that I planned to use on the bike and this clip works perfectly. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00D5YTO5K 3 - Bike mat ($30) - perfect size, seems to work great so far. Its a mat, nothing fancy. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001THTUAO 4 - Wireless computer from spinning.com ($65) - I tried two of the Cateye models and just did not like how small they were and one I could not get to work with the spin bike. The spinning.com computers are made to work with their brand spin bikes but seems to work great with this model. Look I am not an engineer, I'm not going to guarantee that these are insanely accurate and are really only made for their brand bikes - but its worked fine so far. I was most interested in something that was wireless, would display time/cadence at the same time and that was easy to read. So I spent $150 or so on other options and am completely happy right now with my setup. ***Notes on use with the Peloton app*** - As I said, I bought this bike specifically to use with the Peloton app. I am very impressed with the app so far. They have dozens of live classes every day or thousands of on demand ones. The app has a pretty simple filter that allows you to search/sort by class type, time, instructor etc. I wish there were a couple of minor tweaks - like letting you save your favorite rides into some kind of favorites menu - but so far I am very happy. The ipad version of the app is $12/month whereas if you have the Peleton bike they charge you $40/month. Even at that price, IMO, its worth it since I have been using it every day. Spin studios in the DC area can run upwards of $175-200/month for unlimited rides. ***Notes on FIXES or things that might break*** - As has been noted in other reviews there seem to be a couple of quality control issues, both of which I ran into. 1 - Squeaky resistance pad - Definitely happened to me over the first week. I used it every day and it seemed to get worse. I bought a $7 can of liquid graphite spray off Amazon and I gave it a few shots, it cleared right up. I could see just giving it a shot every couple weeks. Nothing major here, very easy fix. 2 - That BANGING or knocking on every peddle stroke. - If you've had it, you know what I'm talking about. It sounds like the bike is broken and goes BANG BANG BANG on each peddle stroke. I emailed the company and they sent me a PDF with pictures about making some adjustments to the belt with the two adjustment screws on the front. I spent @ 20 minutes screwing around with it and eventually it did stop. It was a pain in the neck and very annoying to have to deal with but it did finally stop. - Take the belt cover off - screws on the two sides and bottom - take the big side nuts off from the fork - adjust the screws I circled in yellow. Experimentation and patience required! Look, this bike cost $300 shipped. For that price, I had a reasonable expectation that the bike would not be perfect and would probably need some adjustments. If I wanted to buy the $2000 bike with $250 shipping charge, I would certainly have expected a higher level of quality. But for the cost I am very happy with my purchase.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on May 1, 2017
Couldn't love it more - Use it with Pelaton classes
My husband and I became enamored with the Pelaton bike after watching a billion of their commercials during our week off at Christmas time. :) We looked up the price ($2,400 per bike!) and knowing we wanted two bikes, we couldn't justify an investment of $4,800 plus the $40 per month for the classes. We did a whole lot of research on other options to achieve a comparable experience and finally settled on the Sunny B1002 with some 3rd party add-ons that make it very close for a lot less money. What we had to sacrifice: Interaction - One very cool thing about Pelaton is the live classes. If you are a competitive person, or if you gain encouragement in knowing that someone else is also sweating their butt off with you right now, then this is a valuable feature. Their bike comes with a screen (you can only use it for Pelaton - it's not like a tablet or iPad that you can use for other apps or web browsing). During the live classes, you can see how you are doing in comparison to others in the class. It's like social media exercising. That's very cool, but for us, it's definitely not worth the added expense. Weight holders - If you do arm exercises while you work out (some instructors include arms), the Pelaton bike has bars that hold your weights. Sunny does not. To us, it's not worth the extra cost. Resistance % monitoring - this is the one Pelaton feature that we really feel like we are missing out on. The Pelaton instructors will tell you to turn your resistance to a percentage (i.e., 35-45%). On the next "hill" they'll say, increase it by one or two. Their bikes have a concise digitally gauged resistance control, whereas the Sunny bike has a knob and you have to guess what 35% is - what 50% is. We get a little frustrated about this because we don't know how to gauge where our resistance levels are. I do, however, believe that over time, we will have a reasonable idea of feeling the resistance. Over all, we know what our abilities are and we know what 35% effort feels compared to 50% effort and are gauging it that way. Plus our heart rates help us to monitor if we are putting in enough or too much effort and we adjust as needed. But still, it would be nice to see how we are doing compared to what the instructor is telling us to do. (Kind of like doing Rx in Crossfit - it feels good when you're know your strength is up to par.) Here’s our garage setup: Two bikes Two gel seat covers - we are new spinners & our bottoms aren't used to a bike seat! The gel makes it bearable as we build resistance. Phone mount on the handle bars / we use the Wahoo Run app on our personal phones to watch our cadence, heart rate, calories & other data; purchased phone mounts to hold them secure onto the handle bar A wall-mounted TV - We watch Pelaton classes on the TV v/s an ipad strapped to the handlebar. It helps us keep our heads up as we spin (good posture) An Apple TV and old iPod / we use the Pelaton app ($15/month subscription) and mirror from the iPod to the TV with the Apple TV. 8'x10' area of interlocking puzzle floor mats (looks fantastic & prevents sweat stains from spotting up the garage floor) Our cost for a two-bike set up: $336 - Sunny B1002 Bike (they are $50 cheaper now than when we purchased) $336 - Sunny B1002 Bike $40 - Wahoo RPM Cadence Sensor $40 - Wahoo RPM Cadence Sensor $15 - Taotronics Bike Phone Mount $15 - Taotronics Bike Phone Mount $80 - Wahoo Tickr X heart rate monitor (you'll love this for other workout programs too) $80 - Wahoo Tickr X heart rate monitor $14 - UShake Gel Saddle Seat Cover $14 - UShake Gel Saddle Seat Cover $966 TOTAL for TWO BIKES & GEAR ($483 for only one bike & gear) Extra stuff you may need: $140 - Apple TV (we already had one) $170 - 32" Smart TV (we already had one) $200 - iPod touch (we already had one) $89 - ProSource Puzzle Interlocking Exercise Mats (enough for 8'x10' area) $13 - VideoSecu TV Wall Mount $11 - Right-angle HDMI Cable (our wall mount was tight aganst the wall and we had to replace the HDMI cable to a flatter system) $623 FOR EVERYTHING YOU MAY POSSIBLY NEED TO SET UP $15/month for Pelaton app spin subscription. We love OnDemand and have thousands of classes to choose from. :) If you are starting from scratch and had to purchase every single thing you need for setting up a spin studio in your garage, you're looking at spending $1589 for two bikes or $1106 for one bike, but the cool thing is that you can use the other items (iPod, Apple TV & Smart TV) for so many other purposes too. One Pelaton bike costs $2400 and can be used only for a Pelaton spin class (that subscription is $40/month). If you have money to spare, I'd say go for the Pelaton, just because it's so nice to know where you are with resistance. But if money is a factor, I think you'd be super happy with a setup similar to ours. They are rock solid bikes, extremely easy to assemble (the people who wrote the assembly instructions should receive an award - they were so clear, accurate & thorough) and we just love them.