Spin Bike Reviews
The next generation Revmaster spin bike will meet and exceed all of your indoor
bike training needs. The heavy duty X-frame structure provides that extra durability
to handle those tough and vigorous rides. This bike is very quick to adjust the seat
or handlebar settings to fit each users individual preferences. You can adjust both
the seat and handlebars up/down and forward/back to find the most comfortable setting.
The Revmaster’s also allow you to change out your seat should you desire, although
we found the factory seat to be very comfortable.
The crank system is one of the most heavy duty we have seen on a spin bike. The
belt drive system is very smooth and quiet. The Revmaster Pro is also more convenient
than some spin bikes in terms of maintenance because it doesn’t have to be oiled
like the chain drive systems. The optional Pilot Cadence (MSRP: $179) display is
well worth the extra money to get feedback on all your workout statistics such as
Time, Cadence/RPM, Distance, Calories, and Heart Rate (Chest strap required for HR
and Calories). If you want to take your indoor bike training to the next level, you
will pleased with the new Revmaster Pro from Lemond Fitness.
We rate the Lemond Revmaster Pro with a “Highly Recommended” rating for a high end
The PaceMaster Gold SB is a solid and affordable spin bike. It is amazing how
a bike so compact and affordable can feel this durable. The adjustable seat and handle
bar positions allow you to find the most comfortable fit for your training. It has
a smooth flywheel that provides a great workout. The multiple grips on the handlebars
give you several positions to hold on to as you push yourself through those long
rides. The PaceMaster Gold SB is a great value if you are looking for a solid, reliable
bike to take your training indoors, but don’t want to sacrifice the quality of your
We rate the PaceMaster Gold SB spin bike with a “Highly Recommended” rating as a
great value for a mid-range priced spin bike.
Spin bikes are commonly found in health clubs as part of their group cardio classes.
They are very popular for a very intense cardiovascular workout. Spin bikes are great
for cyclists as well as they provide a great alternative to road warriors during
those cold winter months. They provide a more realistic road bike feel compared to
their electronic resistance exercise bike cousins commonly found in clubs. They typically
have a heavy flywheel with brake and a sturdy frame to allow for pedaling while standing.
Spin bikes are also great in a home setting for cardiovascular workouts as they are
compact and quiet and don’t require to be plugged in.