The Marcy Club Revolution Cycle offers good value for money at little under $300. As it is a spinning bike it doesn’t come with any technological features; however, it does offer a true road bike feel and with a maximum user weight capacity of 300 pounds its build quality can’t be doubted.
As the flywheel weighs a hefty 40 pounds, the pedaling motion feels smooth and natural and, as mentioned, the Marcy Revolution does a good job at mimicking a true road bike feel. If you want to undertake a more challenging workout then you can change the level of resistance via the easy to turn resistance knob.
Spinning bikes are renowned for being uncomfortable, yet this doesn’t appear to be with the case with the Marcy Club Revolution Cycle, in spite of its low price.
While it’s true that the seat could do with a bit more padding (a gel seat cover for $10-15 easily rectifies this, though) the seat and handlebars are fully adjustable, allowing you to get into a comfortable riding position for your height. Furthermore, the pedals are not only adjustable but they are also oversized, again catering to people of different statures, or in this case foot size.
Other features include a water bottle holder, flywheel brake, and transport wheels, making it easy to move the 87 pound bike from room to room. Just like the popular Marcy AIR 1, the Marcy Revolution Cycle is backed by a 2-year warranty.
MARCY CLUB REVOLUTION CYCLE USER REVIEWS
Users say that the bike is well-constructed, or “very sturdy,” as one user puts it. It appears to be “easy to put together,” “not noisy at all,” and the ride feels “smooth.” However, one user has found something to complain about.
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