Exercise Bikes

Regularly working out on an exercise bike provides you with a multitude of benefits. It is a fantastic option for low impact cardio workouts as, unlike other forms of exercise, such as running, there is less pressure on your joints. With our brand partners including Life FitnessSpirit Fitness and Stairmaster whether you’re looking for gym equipment for your home or studio, we've got you covered at GymEquipment.co.uk.

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Stationary bikes are fantastic for maintaining muscle and increasing endurance. They also provide a cardiovascular workout, proven to help reduce diseases and illnesses ranging from heart disease to high blood pressure. You can also up the ante in a HIIT training workout on your exercise bike, proving that the bike is a versatile all-rounder for gym equipment. 

Ranging in prices, aesthetics and features, we have a collection of varying exercise bikes for sale so you can be sure to find the right fit for your home or commercial gym.

Choosing the right stationary bike

When first starting out on a journey to a healthier and happier lifestyle, a home exercise bike is often the first choice of equipment. To ensure you can get the most out of your machine, it is crucial to consider the possible features that best suit you and your needs. Alongside having a range of bike styles, we also offer bikes with screens that offer a variety of features. Our exercise bike buyers' guide can help you find the right option for you. 

Our collection features upright and recumbent bikes. Both give you a cardio workout and have their own benefits and drawbacks. For many shoppers, the choice will boil down to personal taste.

The upright exercise bike is just that, upright! Easy to use, and the seat and handlebars are precisely where you'd expect them to be. The recumbent bike design is where you sit in a seat and have the pedals out in front of you. So, in effect, you recline slightly in the seat, and the pedals align with your bottom. As you don't need to lean forward over the handlebars, this design may be suitable for those who have back problems.

If you still aren't sure which type of bike exercise machine would be best for you, why not read our guide to choosing an upright or recumbent exercise bike?

Buy an exercise bike from GymEquipment.co.uk and you’ll get free UK delivery on your order.