For those who are looking for an exercise bike that relieves their back or are recovering from injury, the recumbent bike is a perfect choice. Recumbent exercise bikes are a great way to engage in active recovery without strain.
Recumbent bikes, also sometimes referred to as sit-down exercise bikes, are designed with supportive backrests and easy accessibility. The ease of getting on and off makes recumbent bikes popular with seniors and people with limited mobility. Users can still obtain an effective workout all while being supported.
Today’s sleek models provide some fantastic features for the discerning rider; from airflow backrests with gel seats that mould to your body shape and even customisable programs. Many of these bikes come equipped with built-in generators that power them without any cords to reduce tripping hazards.
Fast Australia-wide Shipping
We offer fast Australia-wide shipping on all our recumbent bikes. Your bike will be delivered straight to your door, with easy to follow assembly instructions. For further details check out our delivery information.
Flexible Payment Options
We know it can be difficult to pay upfront for an exercise bike, which is why we offer flexible payment options like Zip Pay and Afterpay.
Shop in Store
A great way to get into shape while being supported is by riding a recumbent exercise bike. You can find our range at any of our stores in Western Australia, and we'll help guide you through how they work and which model is right for you. Head to our locations page to find a store near you.
Get in Touch
Are you looking for some guidance on how to use a recumbent exercise bike? We have answers. You can call us on 1300 13 42 13, send us an enquiry or for a quick response, check if your question has been answered in our Frequently Asked Questions.
We stock a range of commercial-grade upright recumbent bikes suitable for commercial purposes. Head to our commercial cardio page to view the full range or if you have specific questions, please call (08) 6241 3019 to speak to our commercial team.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Is A Recumbent Bike Different From an Upright Bike?
Recumbent bikes feature a wide seat rather than a saddle and a backrest. The upright bike has a comfortable saddle seat and no backrest, requiring you to sit upright as you pedal. On the recumbent, your legs are positioned out in front of you to reach the pedals vs the upright bike where your legs are vertical. Recumbent exercise bikes are lower impact and provide a safer more supported workout.
Is a Recumbent Bike a Good Workout?
Who is a Recumbent Bike Most Suited To?
Recumbent bikes are most suited to those seeking a low impact machine that is easily accessible. The recumbent bike is often used by those who experience discomfort on other exercise bikes, those rehabilitating an injury or elderly people. Ultimately the bike you choose for your home will depend on your unique situation and training goals.