Exerpeutic 4000 Magnetic Recumbent Bike

Exerpeutic 4000 Magnetic Recumbent Bike Review

For a recumbent bike at a excellent price point, the Exerpeutic 4000 model fits in with most budgets. You get some amazing features found on top of the line bikes. The majority of users found it quiet with a smooth ride. Further, it accommodates most people with the max user weight of 325 lbs. However, is this all that stands out with athletes when used. Let us find out!

Pros:

  • A standout trait for most users is the console that comes with seven different types of training styles. The fact that it is pre-loaded with twelve workouts makes your exercise enjoyable.

  • Another, highlight athletes mentioned is that they could download their data to keep track of their performance and not found in most mid-recumbent bikes.

  • Home users found the 24 magnetic resistance levels a pleasure to use with a smooth transition. You can set them electronically through the panel and gives an intense workout.

  • Customers found assembling the exercise bike easy with a sturdy design and comfortable.

  • The fact that you can connect your phone or tablet via Bluetooth is amazing, and all the trainers found the app accurate for tracking their workout and most of the apps are free.

  • Furthermore, Exerpeutic has a fantastic customer service and warranty of one year on the frame and 90-days on the parts. One client had problems with the backlight on the computer, and the customer service helped within days with a replacement.

  • Professional users found the heart rate monitoring available through the handle grips accurate when used.

  • The pedal designs large, and customers found them comfortable and fit most sized feet.

  • Alternatively, other athletes found the adjustable gel pad a nice feature to protect and hold different sized devices.

  • Older people found the transport wheels for mobility a great help when in need of moving the bike.

  • Another excellent feature most trainers found helpful is the four user profiles to store information making it able for more than one person to use.

Cons:

  • Some users found the comfort level lacking and the seat wobbles at speeds greater than 12 miles per hour.

  • One more complaint is that most people standing 5-feet tall finds it difficult to adjust the seat so best to test-drive before buying.

With the twelve-programmed workouts with heart rate monitoring, the Exerpeutic 4000 is a fantastic recumbent bike at an affordable price point. The fact that you can use it with your mobile device to keep track of your goals is a fantastic feature to have. The biggest gripe is the comfort and the fact that smaller people may find it difficult to adjust the seat. We recommend you first test-drive it before purchasing.

Check it on Amazon