The 10 Best Spin Bikes
This wiki has been updated 9 times since it was first published in February of 2019. Give yourself a challenging and rewarding workout without having to leave the comfort of your own home on one of these nifty spin bikes. We've included a variety of options equipped with heavy-duty flywheels, quiet and efficient magnetic resistance systems, and onboard digital displays designed to help you keep track of calories burned and other metrics to optimize your health and fitness. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.
February 14, 2019:
Convenience, adjustability, and tracking are all important considerations when riding one of these stationary bikes, so I tried to include as many options as I could that offer those values. Added the Keiser M3I for its V-shaped frame, which makes it easy to raise both the bike's handlebars and seat to accommodate some of the tallest riders. The Bodycraft SPX ensures an ultra-smooth ride, thanks to the friction-brake resistance system and automotive belt drive. I also felt that the L Now LD-577 was a worthy contender due to its large LCD and integrated pulse monitors for tracking a variety of fitness metrics simultaneously. Also included the Asuna Minotaur due to its foot cage SPD pedals and built-in wheels for easy transport. I felt the Sunny Health B1805 would be a great option for high-endurance workouts, thanks to its base stabilizer and floor levels that prevent wobbling during intense biking sessions. The Yosuda Indoor is a practical choice with an integrated odometer and noise reducing wool brake pad. Although it's quite expensive, the 16 available levels of endurance training and large variety of workout programs on the Diamondback Fitness 510LC make it a great choice for the die-hard fitness guru.