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Did You Know...
There are 3 general classes of exercise bikes:
1) Recumbent Bikes
Recumbent bikes are newer to the market with chair-like or bucket seats. Your body is placed in a semi reclining position and your legs angle out in front of you to reach the pedals instead of hanging down as on an upright model.
2) Upright Bikes
These are also called "Stationary bikes" although this term is now becoming a catch-all term for both upright and recumbent models. These are the traditional bikes that have been around for years and are similar in form to traditional outdoor bikes without the wheels.
3) Indoor Cycling Bikes
These are designed for the casual or professional cyclist that wants a 'road bike feel'. They are generally used by cyclists who want to train all year round. They tend to be upright and similar in design to outdoor models - but stationary.
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