Spin bikes, sometimes referred to as cycling bikes or indoor cycles, are a type of exercise bike designed to replicate road bikes. This style of exercise bike requires you to lean forward as the handlebars are positioned slightly lower than the seat like on a traditional bike.
Unlike other styles of exercise bikes like upright exercise bikes and recumbent bikes, spin bikes feature a heavier flywheel which requires more force to activate the pedals working your legs more. They also allow you to stand and cycle, allowing for a more intense workout.
Spin bikes are generally used for spinning group fitness classes, in HIIT workouts and those who participate in cycling as a sport.
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Our range of spin bikes are eligible for Australia-wide shipping. We deliver straight to your door with easy to follow assembly instructions. For further details check out our delivery information.
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Spin bikes are a popular choice for many home gyms for a reason. Compact and challenging, they are a worthwhile investment. So that you can get your spin exercise bike now, we offer flexible payment options like Zip Pay and Afterpay.
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If you're located in Western Australia, visit one of our stores and we can show you our range of spin bikes. We’ll help you find the perfect spin bike to meet your training needs and budget. Head to our locations page to find a store near you.
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There are several ways for you to get your questions answered. You can call us on 1300 13 42 13, send us an enquiry, or for a quick answer, check if your question has been answered in our Frequently Asked Questions.
We stock a range of commercial-grade spin 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
Is a Spin Bike Good For Weight Loss?
Spin bikes are great cardio machines for burning calories! Unlike other exercise bikes, spin classes allow you to stand and pedal allowing for a more challenging workout.
Can You Sit Upright On a Spin Bike?
Spin bikes aren’t designed for sitting upright. They mimic the design of a road bike, where you need to lean forward to reach the handles.
Is a Spin Bike Bad For Your Knees?
Cycling is a low impact exercise when the bike is set up correctly and the proper form is used. Your spin bike must be set up to fit your body, i.e if the seat is too low or high or your seat is positioned too far back, your knees would be strained. If you’re feeling pain in your knees while using a spin bike this is an indication that something isn’t right.