Getting fit is a breeze with the Schwinn® AD2 Airdyne® upright bike! Resistance comes from a fan, so the harder you pedal, the harder the workout; the fan also works to cool your body during a pulse-pounding session. Upright arms bring your upper body into synchronization with your legs, and vital stats are displayed on the LCD monitor.
Levels of Resistance: Infinite
Power Source: Battery Operated
Frame Material: Steel
Length: 46 inches
Width: 25 inches
Height: 50 inches
Weight Capacity: 250 lbs
A traditional non-leveraged position for exercising.
Resistance Type: Fan Resistance
Durable, economical system that creates a cooling breeze as you work out.
Crisp and clear display that is easy-to-read.
Displays the amount of time that you have been riding.
Calories Burned: Yes
Shows the number of energy calories that were burned.
Monitors how fast you are riding.
Total distance pedaled for measuring your progress.
Seat: Ergonomic Saddle
Flexible seat base, double density padding, and anatomical cutout provides comfort for all riders
Well made exercise bike. Solid feel and easily moves around on wheels. Very stable and sits on floor with no wobble like other bikes I've tried. Has an easy step through mounting and smooth operation. Will give you a good cardio workout without having to adjust levels of performance or increase tension settings with buttons or knobs. Easy seat adjustment with pull out knob and turn to lock setting. It would be the perfect machine if it had a digital heart rate readout and sensor to track your cardio level. The monitor for calories, rpm, session time, and miles could use a backlight but it can be read in room light. But the price is right and a heart rate monitor would certainly add extra costs. It will give you all the cardio work you need and it's easy to use even if you are a senior citizen.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I bought this to replace my Schwinn stationary bike. It gives you a much better workout than a typical exercise bike. The overall quality of the bike is pretty good. However, I am about 5'9", 160 lbs., and in really good shape. That seat is really uncomfortable even for me. In addition, the placement of the the display down near the pedals makes it difficult to see. Also, instead of just giving you a constant readout of calories burned, time, distance, etc., the display flashes each parameter for 5 seconds then moves to the next parameter. It is VERY annoying and a bad design. The bike is a bit noisy too which makes watching (and hearing) TV while exercising a bit of a challenge.