Best Indoor Bikes [ My 3 Recommendations ]

Best Indoor Bikes

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These indoor bikes that I recommend are all great, durable and trustworthy bikes that are designed by leading fitness manufacturers.

I also wanted to take into account affordability. These bikes I suggest are made from the upmost quality whilst keeping prices low.

There are many different brands that claim to be one of the best indoor bikes you can buy, however this is simply not true!

I have done my research and personally tested out a lot of indoor bikes.

When looking at an indoor bike I take into account:

  • Brands Reputation
  • Key Features of the bike
  • Design
  • Price

So let’s take a look at these 3 bikes I think you’ll absolutely love.

Sunny Health & Fitness SF-B1805

Sunny Health & Fitness SF-B1805

Key Features of this bike:

  • 20kg (44lb) Flywheel
  • Magnetic Resistance
  • Belt Driven
  • Phone/Tablet Holder
  • Max User Weight of 136kg

The Sunny Health & Fitness SF-B1805 is a great all rounder.

It has an incredibly durable steel frame that can handle any pressure that you put into it during your indoor cycling sessions.

It has an amazing look to it with the black and red along with the chrome hexagonal saddle and handlebar stems.

The handlebars have a texturized rubber feel to them which is great for grip and provides a nice feel to it.


Joroto X2

Joroto X2 Indoor Bike

Key Features

  • 15kg (35lb) Flywheel
  • Magnetic Resistance
  • Belt Driven
  • 2 Water Bottle Holders
  • Max User Weight of 136kg

The Joroto X2 is another great affordable indoor bike and the bike I am currently using right now.

The design and look of the bike are very similar to that of the Sunny SF-B1805 (as seen above).

It’s an incredibly sturdy and strong bike that offers an incredible resistance or those looking for a tough and sweat dripping workout.

Here you can hold two water bottles in front of you as this bike will test your limits and as you know staying hydrated is key!

The handlebars also have texturized rubber that provide a great feel and grip when your cycling.


Sunny Health & Fitness SF-B1002

Sunny Health & Fitness SF-B1002

Key Features

  • 22kg (49lb) Flywheel
  • Friction Resistance
  • Belt Driven
  • Max User Weight of 125kg

This is the 3rd and final bike that is also made by Sunny Health & Fitness.

What I really like about this bike is that it comes with a heavy 22kg (49lb) flywheel. The flywheel is probably one of the most important components of an indoor bike as it can determine how smooth or shaky your ride is.

With this weight of flywheel, you’re guaranteed to get a smooth and consistent cycle that will give you a ‘real road feel’ cycling session.

It’s a great, strong and durable indoor bike that has my backing!


2 Replies to “Best Indoor Bikes [ My 3 Recommendations ]

  1. Between option 2 and 3, what criteria would cause you to pick one over the other? I am new to spinning, can get Option 3 for about $100 less where I am. Would love option 1 but for some reason is about double the price here.

    1. Hi Leanne,

      Option 2 (The Joroto X2) offers magnetic resistance which some people prefer as there is virtually no noise and no maintenance involved with it. Whereas the Option 3 (The Sunny SF-B1002) has a heavier flywheel which can offer a very smooth consistent cycle.
      The Joroto X2 is a great all-rounder though and the bike I am currently using right now

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