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Exerpeutic LX7 Indoor Cycle Trainer with Computer Monitor and Heart Pulse Sensors Review

Exerpeutic LX7 Review

 

Exerpeutic LX7 Training Cycle Review
Exerpeutic LX7 Training Cycle Review

Exerpeutic LX7 Indoor Cycle Trainer with Computer Monitor and Heart Pulse Sensors Review

The Exerpeutic LX 7 Training Cycle is a reasonably priced training cycle, which will allow you to have the experience of mountain biking while exercising indoors. The LX 7 comes with a 40 pound cast iron flywheel, adjustable handlebars and a 4 way adjustable seat. Designed to allow you to stand up while pedaling to give you more of a hill climbing experience. This cycle come with steel pedals and a pedal cage and transport wheels to make moving the cycle from room to room simple and easy. This bike will accommodate people ranging in size from 5 foot 3inches to 6 feet 1 inh and it folds to ½ their size, which takes up less space when not in use.

This training cycle has several levels of resistance and comes with an basic computer display that allows you to track the basic information. The LX 7 also comes with a top down emergency brake.
This cycle is great to use with the biking DVDs allowing you to feel like you are really racing or traveling while working out.
The warranty for this cycle is not the best, but about what any users can expect from a training cycle in this price range.

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Comfort

This training cycle is designed to give you a fairly comfortable workout. The cycle has an adjustable seat and adjustable handlebars, which allows you to customize the cycle to fit your height. The soft foam handlebars helps keep your hands from slipping when work up a good sweat, and the toe cages helps to keep your feet on the pedals when both sitting and standing.

Computer

The L X 7 does come with a basic display that provides you with the distance you travel, the calories burned, elaspsed time you have been working out, speed and pulse. However, like most basic displays the information will not be totally accurate since there is no way to enter your current weight, age and other information that will affect such things as the amount of calories burned.

Resistance Levels

This training cycle has 8 levels of resistance to give you a more realistic mountain biking experience. The tension is adjusted by the turning of a simple knob.

Dimensions

The Exerpeutic L X 7 measure 49” X 20” X 49” and folds up to be about ½ that size. The cycle also weighs about 90 pounds.

Weight Capacity

The LX 7 is designed for users who weigh 300 pounds or less, although according to some reviews people weighing as much as 325 pounds have used this cycle without any problems. Although we do not recommend exceeding the weight limit it does show that this cycle can accommodate the recommended user weight.

Warranty

The exerpeutic LX 7 comes with a 1 year warranty on the frame and 90 days for the parts. While we do wish that this cycle had a little longer warranty it is reasonable considering the price of the cycle itself.

Reviews

Reviews for the Exerpeutic LX7 Indoor Cycle Trainer with Computer Monitor and Heart Pulse Sensors are very good with most users being really pleased with their purchase. Users find this cycle trainer easy to assemble and once assembled quite easy to adjust. The trainer is sturdy and quiet. Users really like that ride this trainer sitting down or standing up for a more real cycling experience. Peoples also like that the LX7 will accommodate people of various heights making it a good workout cycle for a large majority of people. Users also find that this cycle gives them a good workout.

Complaints

Potential users do need to keep in mind that the Experpeutic LX7 is a good case of getting what you paid for. The low cost of this cycle trainer means that it isn’t made from the highest quality materials, so there are bound to be some complaints regarding this trainer. Some users complain that this trainer vibrates when cycling at a good clip, which many users find distracting.

Some users also find that the LX7 makes knocking noises after only a few months of use and others have experienced complete break downs.
However, the most common complaints are that some users don’t like either the seat or the pedals and solve this problem by replacing either the seat or the pedals or both.

Conclusion

The Exerpeutic LX7 cycle trainer is a good way to get to fit or lose weight while giving you the option of either riding sitting down or standing up. With a little imagination and a good DVD you can imagine yourself being part of Tour De France through the French country side with the very best. While dedicated cycle enthusiasts may want a higher quality trainer for indoor trainer, this budget friendly trainer should meet the needs of the average users.

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Exerpeutic LX7 Review
Exerpeutic LX7 Indoor Cycle Trainer with Computer Monitor and Heart Pulse Sensors Review

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Exerpeutic LX7 Indoor Cycle Trainer with Computer Monitor and Heart Pulse Sensors Review

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