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Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712
Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712
Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712
Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712
Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712
Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712
Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712
Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712
Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712

Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712

Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712
Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712
Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712
Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712
Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712
Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712
Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712
Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712
Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Home Cycling Bike with Quiet Belt Drive, 44 LB Flywheel and 265 Max Weight - SF-B1712
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Features

  • 44 POUND FLYWHEEL: 44 pound flywheel keeps the momentum of your legs moving forward as you pedal. Whether you ride hard or ride slow, you will always be in control of your workout.
  • RESISTANCE: To burn more calories, easily increase the bike’s stepless resistance adjustment knob. Various levels of tension give your legs the power to pedal intensely or give them a break with an easier workout.
  • COMPLETELY ADJUSTABLE: 4-way adjsutable seat and handlebars move up/down and forward/back to ensure a comfortable ride. Toe caged pedal straps are designed to grip and adjust to your shoe for a safe workout.
  • SAFETY AND CONVENIENCE: Quickly stop your workout at any time by pressing the emergency stop button. Water Bottle Holder within arm’s reach to keep you riding longer! Max User: 265 pounds.
  • TRANSPORTABLE & ERGONOMIC: Bike trainer has been equipped with transport wheels for easy portability. Foot Levelers ensure stability and balance for your bike while on the ground.

Description

Pedal on the road toward fitness with the Sunny Health and Fitness SF-B1712 Belt-Drive Indoor Cycling Bike. This stationary bike is designed with all the basic necessities of a great stationary bike to keep you motivated toward your unique fitness goals. The natural, comfortable feel of the bikes saddle, adjustable handlebar and seating keep this exercise bike the perfect machine for your in-home gym. The lightweight design and transport wheels make this cycling bike easy to move and store.


Product Dimensions: 45.2 x 20 x 45.5 inches ; 108.9 pounds


Shipping Weight: 123 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B078F13D6H


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Item model number: SF-B1712


Customer Reviews: 4.1 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #265,128 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #484 in Exercise Bikes


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Features

  • 44 POUND FLYWHEEL: 44 pound flywheel keeps the momentum of your legs moving forward as you pedal. Whether you ride hard or ride slow, you will always be in control of your workout.
  • RESISTANCE: To burn more calories, easily increase the bike’s stepless resistance adjustment knob. Various levels of tension give your legs the power to pedal intensely or give them a break with an easier workout.
  • COMPLETELY ADJUSTABLE: 4-way adjsutable seat and handlebars move up/down and forward/back to ensure a comfortable ride. Toe caged pedal straps are designed to grip and adjust to your shoe for a safe workout.
  • SAFETY AND CONVENIENCE: Quickly stop your workout at any time by pressing the emergency stop button. Water Bottle Holder within arm’s reach to keep you riding longer! Max User: 265 pounds.
  • TRANSPORTABLE & ERGONOMIC: Bike trainer has been equipped with transport wheels for easy portability. Foot Levelers ensure stability and balance for your bike while on the ground.

Description

Pedal on the road toward fitness with the Sunny Health and Fitness SF-B1712 Belt-Drive Indoor Cycling Bike. This stationary bike is designed with all the basic necessities of a great stationary bike to keep you motivated toward your unique fitness goals. The natural, comfortable feel of the bikes saddle, adjustable handlebar and seating keep this exercise bike the perfect machine for your in-home gym. The lightweight design and transport wheels make this cycling bike easy to move and store.


Product Dimensions: 45.2 x 20 x 45.5 inches ; 108.9 pounds


Shipping Weight: 123 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B078F13D6H


California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.


Item model number: SF-B1712


Customer Reviews: 4.1 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #265,128 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #484 in Exercise Bikes


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

  • 44 POUND FLYWHEEL: 44 pound flywheel keeps the momentum of your legs moving forward as you pedal. Whether you ride hard or ride slow, you will always be in control of your workout.
  • RESISTANCE: To burn more calories, easily increase the bike’s stepless resistance adjustment knob. Various levels of tension give your legs the power to pedal intensely or give them a break with an easier workout.
  • COMPLETELY ADJUSTABLE: 4-way adjsutable seat and handlebars move up/down and forward/back to ensure a comfortable ride. Toe caged pedal straps are designed to grip and adjust to your shoe for a safe workout.
  • SAFETY AND CONVENIENCE: Quickly stop your workout at any time by pressing the emergency stop button. Water Bottle Holder within arm’s reach to keep you riding longer! Max User: 265 pounds.
  • TRANSPORTABLE & ERGONOMIC: Bike trainer has been equipped with transport wheels for easy portability. Foot Levelers ensure stability and balance for your bike while on the ground.

Description

Pedal on the road toward fitness with the Sunny Health and Fitness SF-B1712 Belt-Drive Indoor Cycling Bike. This stationary bike is designed with all the basic necessities of a great stationary bike to keep you motivated toward your unique fitness goals. The natural, comfortable feel of the bikes saddle, adjustable handlebar and seating keep this exercise bike the perfect machine for your in-home gym. The lightweight design and transport wheels make this cycling bike easy to move and store.


Product Dimensions: 45.2 x 20 x 45.5 inches ; 108.9 pounds


Shipping Weight: 123 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B078F13D6H


California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.


Item model number: SF-B1712


Customer Reviews: 4.1 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #265,128 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #484 in Exercise Bikes


abunda_amazon_reviews Love this bike! I would have given it 5 stars except I had a few issues. First, let me say, I have type 2 diabetes and over the years have bought a lot of exercise equipment. I've been watching all the Peloton commercials and started missing my old exercise bike and spin classes, but did not want to spend a lot of money or join another gym. After researching, found out the Sunny bikes were the best buy for the money. I decided to go with this version (slightly more expensive) because it has the 44 pound flywheel and both the handlebars and seat are adjustable (I'm short). The bike shipped on time, was packaged extremely well, and was very easy to assemble. Before assembling, read the other reviews about the pedals and be sure to follow the instructions. I put the wheels on first, then brought the frame and the rest of the packaging upstairs and finished assembling in my "fake Peloton" spot (see pictures). I have an old TV cabinet; decided to pay $12 per month for the Peloton spin app (great app!!!! - just use HR zones instead of that output nonsense), put an old sound bar (doesn't quite fit but who cares) and voila - now I can rock out every morning. Plus this setup has the added benefit of being multi-purpose - I can also do yoga/Pilates classes via PilatesAnytime.com (that's a cheap Pilates machine - also bought on Amazon - hidden by a bench in the background); or we can watch Netflix; or we can let the grandkids watch movies in the same area when we put the bike away. The extremely expensive Peloton was single purpose - but hey, the commercials are really cool. Since I recycled some stuff from other rooms, this entire setup, including the bike, was less than $600. I'm extremely pleased, have already lost 5 pounds without trying very hard. The bike is also small and doesn't take up much space, so I tend to just leave it out all the time. If I want to move it, it moves very easily, I just pick it up from the back end. NOW, the small changes that caused the loss of one star: for some reason, the designers put two handles on the knobs that adjust the seats that have left me bruised. I'd be in the zone, rocking out, go to sit down, and wham! the dang handle would hit me in the thigh. I finally asked dear boyfriend to remove them, turned out they were very easy to remove with a Phillips screwdriver, and it was very easy to put the bolts back on with a 9/16" ratchet. The seat and handlebar are actually much tighter now than before, so we went around the bike and tightened the other screws/bolts that were pre-assembled. Other than that, love it!!! UPDATE: My sister loves the bike also and asked me to order the same bike for her, so now we'll have two bikes and she plans to stop by every morning at 6:00 am to spin with me. STILL cheaper than the Peloton!! And I get to see my sister more often!! UPDATE (1/4/2020): Yes, we still love the bikes, and yes, they still work great. Somebody called me "skinny" the other day and I know it's because we have been consistent with the bikes. The Peloton app makes it a lot of fun, even with the crappy changes in their music selections. However, we also still love the Peloton app. The instructors are excellent and provide enough variety to keep us on track. No problems with the bikes, we just need to check it every three months or so and tighten any screws that came loose. The only other change is that we put small throw rugs under each bike to catch the sweat, moved some more furniture out of the room to give the bikes more space, and added a new TV / sound system.;;May 25, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Excellent bike for my fake Peloton setup!!!!;;Kindle Customer;;;Let me start this review off by saying I love the bike and have no regrets about the purchase. I bought this bike four or so months ago and have used it every week since buying it. Previously, I had a monthly membership at a local spin studio, which teaches Soul Cycle-esque "rhythm" rides. A couple of months ago, I began to look for an at-home alternative because my work and family schedule was no longer permitting me to take advantage of my monthly subscription. I wanted a solid bike, but didn't want to pay the Peloton premium. I've done several at-home workouts, but still, I was concerned that it wouldn't nearly be as fun as going to the studio, and I didn't want to shell out $2000 for a bike and not stick with it. So I researched bikes at lower price points and settled on a Sunny bike. Frankly, there are a ton of different models and I couldn't tell the difference between one versus another. I ended up settling on this because the reviews are solid, the seat and the handlebars both adjust up/down and forward/backward, and the bike itself looks nice. Having used it for awhile now, I'm happy with the purchase. It's a solid bike that rides really smooth and nearly silent (you can hear the wheel rubbing on whatever mechanism is used when you increase the resistance past four full turns on the resistance nob, but it's not a loud sound, just a rubbing sound). When you purchase add-ons on Amazon, like a phone clip for the handlebar and a cadence monitor, you can make this bike work with the Peloton app. That said, I wanted to give a realistic review that wasn't all "this is just as good as the Peloton or studio!" Let's be real. It's not. And you shouldn't expect it to be. It's a $200-$300 bike; it's not going to rival bikes at the $2000 price point, which are basically the bikes that all of the posh spin studios have. Here are my specific gripes with it: -While you can adjust the beat forward/backward, the lever is a length that makes it hard to move the bike seat forward past a certain point. When you try to turn the lever to secure the seat, the lever hits the back of the bike. -The resistance isn't consistent. At three full turns, it's a pretty smooth ride. Up until recently, four full turns made it very difficult for me to peddle while sitting down. This week, it loosened up (or maybe I got stronger? I feel like it's the loosened-up explanation though). Not sure if it needed all that usage/time for the resistance to get to where it'll stay from here on out, but we'll see. I'm used to bikes that consistently put resistance on the wheel and not big jumps between slight modifications. -If you're using the bike with the Peloton app, it obviously can't connect to it, so you're missing out on the competition aspect of the app (you can't get on the leader board, etc.). If you're doing non-rhythm based rides, you need a cadence monitor because the instructors will tell you what cadence to be on. You'll also have to guess at the resistance because they tell you what resistance to ride at as well. I adjust my resistance by telling myself that one turn on the bike = 10 resistance. At bottom, I have no regrets about the bike. It's much cheaper than my monthly membership was, and I get a great workout that leaves me sweaty AF. Eventually, I may get a Peloton or another fancy pants bike, but in the meantime, this will do just fine. I'll update my review in a couple of months regarding the resistance issue.;;November 23, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Solid Bike For The Price Point;;maximus prime;;;Just got this the other day and have worked out on it a couple of times. First of all, it seems nearly impossible to figure out the differences between all of the Sunny Bikes. After going to their website and looking at a chart that compares their exercise bikes that basically says they pretty much have all of the same features, I decided to pull the trigger on this one. Assembly was easy--took about 30 minutes. This bike is incredibly sturdy and solid for the price. It is also very quiet, so you could work out while someone else watches TV or even reads in the same room. And it is adjustable--my 12 year old son (about 5'2") was able to find a position that fit him by lowering the seat and handlebars. There are no frills with this (other than a water bottle holder), but if you pair it with a cadence or speed sensor and use an old phone or tablet, you will be fine. I also bought a pair of exercise bike pedals that have clips for Shimano SPD compatible shoes on one side and a flat surface with old school toe clips on the other, which were easy to install in place of the pedals that come standard with this bike. Would definitely recommend this for people who want a solid spin bike but don't want to spend a lot of money (at the time I ordered it, it was selling for about $350).;;April 8, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Solid bike for a very good price!;;Ardmom

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer - May 25, 2018
Excellent bike for my fake Peloton setup!!!!
Love this bike! I would have given it 5 stars except I had a few issues. First, let me say, I have type 2 diabetes and over the years have bought a lot of exercise equipment. I've been watching all the Peloton commercials and started missing my old exercise bike and spin classes, but did not want to spend a lot of money or join another gym. After researching, found out the Sunny bikes were the best buy for the money. I decided to go with this version (slightly more expensive) because it has the 44 pound flywheel and both the handlebars and seat are adjustable (I'm short). The bike shipped on time, was packaged extremely well, and was very easy to assemble. Before assembling, read the other reviews about the pedals and be sure to follow the instructions. I put the wheels on first, then brought the frame and the rest of the packaging upstairs and finished assembling in my "fake Peloton" spot (see pictures). I have an old TV cabinet; decided to pay $12 per month for the Peloton spin app (great app!!!! - just use HR zones instead of that output nonsense), put an old sound bar (doesn't quite fit but who cares) and voila - now I can rock out every morning. Plus this setup has the added benefit of being multi-purpose - I can also do yoga/Pilates classes via PilatesAnytime.com (that's a cheap Pilates machine - also bought on Amazon - hidden by a bench in the background); or we can watch Netflix; or we can let the grandkids watch movies in the same area when we put the bike away. The extremely expensive Peloton was single purpose - but hey, the commercials are really cool. Since I recycled some stuff from other rooms, this entire setup, including the bike, was less than $600. I'm extremely pleased, have already lost 5 pounds without trying very hard. The bike is also small and doesn't take up much space, so I tend to just leave it out all the time. If I want to move it, it moves very easily, I just pick it up from the back end. NOW, the small changes that caused the loss of one star: for some reason, the designers put two handles on the knobs that adjust the seats that have left me bruised. I'd be in the zone, rocking out, go to sit down, and wham! the dang handle would hit me in the thigh. I finally asked dear boyfriend to remove them, turned out they were very easy to remove with a Phillips screwdriver, and it was very easy to put the bolts back on with a 9/16" ratchet. The seat and handlebar are actually much tighter now than before, so we went around the bike and tightened the other screws/bolts that were pre-assembled. Other than that, love it!!! UPDATE: My sister loves the bike also and asked me to order the same bike for her, so now we'll have two bikes and she plans to stop by every morning at 6:00 am to spin with me. STILL cheaper than the Peloton!! And I get to see my sister more often!! UPDATE (1/4/2020): Yes, we still love the bikes, and yes, they still work great. Somebody called me "skinny" the other day and I know it's because we have been consistent with the bikes. The Peloton app makes it a lot of fun, even with the crappy changes in their music selections. However, we also still love the Peloton app. The instructors are excellent and provide enough variety to keep us on track. No problems with the bikes, we just need to check it every three months or so and tighten any screws that came loose. The only other change is that we put small throw rugs under each bike to catch the sweat, moved some more furniture out of the room to give the bikes more space, and added a new TV / sound system.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By maximus prime - November 23, 2018
Solid Bike For The Price Point
Let me start this review off by saying I love the bike and have no regrets about the purchase. I bought this bike four or so months ago and have used it every week since buying it. Previously, I had a monthly membership at a local spin studio, which teaches Soul Cycle-esque "rhythm" rides. A couple of months ago, I began to look for an at-home alternative because my work and family schedule was no longer permitting me to take advantage of my monthly subscription. I wanted a solid bike, but didn't want to pay the Peloton premium. I've done several at-home workouts, but still, I was concerned that it wouldn't nearly be as fun as going to the studio, and I didn't want to shell out $2000 for a bike and not stick with it. So I researched bikes at lower price points and settled on a Sunny bike. Frankly, there are a ton of different models and I couldn't tell the difference between one versus another. I ended up settling on this because the reviews are solid, the seat and the handlebars both adjust up/down and forward/backward, and the bike itself looks nice. Having used it for awhile now, I'm happy with the purchase. It's a solid bike that rides really smooth and nearly silent (you can hear the wheel rubbing on whatever mechanism is used when you increase the resistance past four full turns on the resistance nob, but it's not a loud sound, just a rubbing sound). When you purchase add-ons on Amazon, like a phone clip for the handlebar and a cadence monitor, you can make this bike work with the Peloton app. That said, I wanted to give a realistic review that wasn't all "this is just as good as the Peloton or studio!" Let's be real. It's not. And you shouldn't expect it to be. It's a $200-$300 bike; it's not going to rival bikes at the $2000 price point, which are basically the bikes that all of the posh spin studios have. Here are my specific gripes with it: -While you can adjust the beat forward/backward, the lever is a length that makes it hard to move the bike seat forward past a certain point. When you try to turn the lever to secure the seat, the lever hits the back of the bike. -The resistance isn't consistent. At three full turns, it's a pretty smooth ride. Up until recently, four full turns made it very difficult for me to peddle while sitting down. This week, it loosened up (or maybe I got stronger? I feel like it's the loosened-up explanation though). Not sure if it needed all that usage/time for the resistance to get to where it'll stay from here on out, but we'll see. I'm used to bikes that consistently put resistance on the wheel and not big jumps between slight modifications. -If you're using the bike with the Peloton app, it obviously can't connect to it, so you're missing out on the competition aspect of the app (you can't get on the leader board, etc.). If you're doing non-rhythm based rides, you need a cadence monitor because the instructors will tell you what cadence to be on. You'll also have to guess at the resistance because they tell you what resistance to ride at as well. I adjust my resistance by telling myself that one turn on the bike = 10 resistance. At bottom, I have no regrets about the bike. It's much cheaper than my monthly membership was, and I get a great workout that leaves me sweaty AF. Eventually, I may get a Peloton or another fancy pants bike, but in the meantime, this will do just fine. I'll update my review in a couple of months regarding the resistance issue.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ardmom - April 8, 2018
Solid bike for a very good price!
Just got this the other day and have worked out on it a couple of times. First of all, it seems nearly impossible to figure out the differences between all of the Sunny Bikes. After going to their website and looking at a chart that compares their exercise bikes that basically says they pretty much have all of the same features, I decided to pull the trigger on this one. Assembly was easy--took about 30 minutes. This bike is incredibly sturdy and solid for the price. It is also very quiet, so you could work out while someone else watches TV or even reads in the same room. And it is adjustable--my 12 year old son (about 5'2") was able to find a position that fit him by lowering the seat and handlebars. There are no frills with this (other than a water bottle holder), but if you pair it with a cadence or speed sensor and use an old phone or tablet, you will be fine. I also bought a pair of exercise bike pedals that have clips for Shimano SPD compatible shoes on one side and a flat surface with old school toe clips on the other, which were easy to install in place of the pedals that come standard with this bike. Would definitely recommend this for people who want a solid spin bike but don't want to spend a lot of money (at the time I ordered it, it was selling for about $350).

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer - May 25, 2018
Excellent bike for my fake Peloton setup!!!!
Love this bike! I would have given it 5 stars except I had a few issues. First, let me say, I have type 2 diabetes and over the years have bought a lot of exercise equipment. I've been watching all the Peloton commercials and started missing my old exercise bike and spin classes, but did not want to spend a lot of money or join another gym. After researching, found out the Sunny bikes were the best buy for the money. I decided to go with this version (slightly more expensive) because it has the 44 pound flywheel and both the handlebars and seat are adjustable (I'm short). The bike shipped on time, was packaged extremely well, and was very easy to assemble. Before assembling, read the other reviews about the pedals and be sure to follow the instructions. I put the wheels on first, then brought the frame and the rest of the packaging upstairs and finished assembling in my "fake Peloton" spot (see pictures). I have an old TV cabinet; decided to pay $12 per month for the Peloton spin app (great app!!!! - just use HR zones instead of that output nonsense), put an old sound bar (doesn't quite fit but who cares) and voila - now I can rock out every morning. Plus this setup has the added benefit of being multi-purpose - I can also do yoga/Pilates classes via PilatesAnytime.com (that's a cheap Pilates machine - also bought on Amazon - hidden by a bench in the background); or we can watch Netflix; or we can let the grandkids watch movies in the same area when we put the bike away. The extremely expensive Peloton was single purpose - but hey, the commercials are really cool. Since I recycled some stuff from other rooms, this entire setup, including the bike, was less than $600. I'm extremely pleased, have already lost 5 pounds without trying very hard. The bike is also small and doesn't take up much space, so I tend to just leave it out all the time. If I want to move it, it moves very easily, I just pick it up from the back end. NOW, the small changes that caused the loss of one star: for some reason, the designers put two handles on the knobs that adjust the seats that have left me bruised. I'd be in the zone, rocking out, go to sit down, and wham! the dang handle would hit me in the thigh. I finally asked dear boyfriend to remove them, turned out they were very easy to remove with a Phillips screwdriver, and it was very easy to put the bolts back on with a 9/16" ratchet. The seat and handlebar are actually much tighter now than before, so we went around the bike and tightened the other screws/bolts that were pre-assembled. Other than that, love it!!! UPDATE: My sister loves the bike also and asked me to order the same bike for her, so now we'll have two bikes and she plans to stop by every morning at 6:00 am to spin with me. STILL cheaper than the Peloton!! And I get to see my sister more often!! UPDATE (1/4/2020): Yes, we still love the bikes, and yes, they still work great. Somebody called me "skinny" the other day and I know it's because we have been consistent with the bikes. The Peloton app makes it a lot of fun, even with the crappy changes in their music selections. However, we also still love the Peloton app. The instructors are excellent and provide enough variety to keep us on track. No problems with the bikes, we just need to check it every three months or so and tighten any screws that came loose. The only other change is that we put small throw rugs under each bike to catch the sweat, moved some more furniture out of the room to give the bikes more space, and added a new TV / sound system.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By maximus prime - November 23, 2018
Solid Bike For The Price Point
Let me start this review off by saying I love the bike and have no regrets about the purchase. I bought this bike four or so months ago and have used it every week since buying it. Previously, I had a monthly membership at a local spin studio, which teaches Soul Cycle-esque "rhythm" rides. A couple of months ago, I began to look for an at-home alternative because my work and family schedule was no longer permitting me to take advantage of my monthly subscription. I wanted a solid bike, but didn't want to pay the Peloton premium. I've done several at-home workouts, but still, I was concerned that it wouldn't nearly be as fun as going to the studio, and I didn't want to shell out $2000 for a bike and not stick with it. So I researched bikes at lower price points and settled on a Sunny bike. Frankly, there are a ton of different models and I couldn't tell the difference between one versus another. I ended up settling on this because the reviews are solid, the seat and the handlebars both adjust up/down and forward/backward, and the bike itself looks nice. Having used it for awhile now, I'm happy with the purchase. It's a solid bike that rides really smooth and nearly silent (you can hear the wheel rubbing on whatever mechanism is used when you increase the resistance past four full turns on the resistance nob, but it's not a loud sound, just a rubbing sound). When you purchase add-ons on Amazon, like a phone clip for the handlebar and a cadence monitor, you can make this bike work with the Peloton app. That said, I wanted to give a realistic review that wasn't all "this is just as good as the Peloton or studio!" Let's be real. It's not. And you shouldn't expect it to be. It's a $200-$300 bike; it's not going to rival bikes at the $2000 price point, which are basically the bikes that all of the posh spin studios have. Here are my specific gripes with it: -While you can adjust the beat forward/backward, the lever is a length that makes it hard to move the bike seat forward past a certain point. When you try to turn the lever to secure the seat, the lever hits the back of the bike. -The resistance isn't consistent. At three full turns, it's a pretty smooth ride. Up until recently, four full turns made it very difficult for me to peddle while sitting down. This week, it loosened up (or maybe I got stronger? I feel like it's the loosened-up explanation though). Not sure if it needed all that usage/time for the resistance to get to where it'll stay from here on out, but we'll see. I'm used to bikes that consistently put resistance on the wheel and not big jumps between slight modifications. -If you're using the bike with the Peloton app, it obviously can't connect to it, so you're missing out on the competition aspect of the app (you can't get on the leader board, etc.). If you're doing non-rhythm based rides, you need a cadence monitor because the instructors will tell you what cadence to be on. You'll also have to guess at the resistance because they tell you what resistance to ride at as well. I adjust my resistance by telling myself that one turn on the bike = 10 resistance. At bottom, I have no regrets about the bike. It's much cheaper than my monthly membership was, and I get a great workout that leaves me sweaty AF. Eventually, I may get a Peloton or another fancy pants bike, but in the meantime, this will do just fine. I'll update my review in a couple of months regarding the resistance issue.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ardmom - April 8, 2018
Solid bike for a very good price!
Just got this the other day and have worked out on it a couple of times. First of all, it seems nearly impossible to figure out the differences between all of the Sunny Bikes. After going to their website and looking at a chart that compares their exercise bikes that basically says they pretty much have all of the same features, I decided to pull the trigger on this one. Assembly was easy--took about 30 minutes. This bike is incredibly sturdy and solid for the price. It is also very quiet, so you could work out while someone else watches TV or even reads in the same room. And it is adjustable--my 12 year old son (about 5'2") was able to find a position that fit him by lowering the seat and handlebars. There are no frills with this (other than a water bottle holder), but if you pair it with a cadence or speed sensor and use an old phone or tablet, you will be fine. I also bought a pair of exercise bike pedals that have clips for Shimano SPD compatible shoes on one side and a flat surface with old school toe clips on the other, which were easy to install in place of the pedals that come standard with this bike. Would definitely recommend this for people who want a solid spin bike but don't want to spend a lot of money (at the time I ordered it, it was selling for about $350).