- If there was ever a problem with home gyms, it’s the amount of space they take up. The 500 XLS folds, and by doing so eliminates that problem altogether by enabling riders to simply fold it up and store in a cupboard when needed.
- The frame is made from steel, with the manufacturer, Exerpeutic stating it can hold up to 400 pounds of weight. Highly impressive for a mobile exercise bike.
- A larger than average saddle that is effectively padded brings much needed comfort to any training session.
- Plenty of choice with regards to difficulty levels built in. Users will be thankful for eight varying levels of magnetic tension to work with.
- Comes equipped with a modern computer display at the front of the bike. This console gives some very useful statistics such as how many calories you have burned off, information about your heart rate, time and distance travelled, as well as a few other pieces of performance data.
- A three piece crank system keeps the peddling motion consistent, fluid, and above all smooth. All play a vital role in an effective, and enjoyable workout.
- Despite it including all this, it’s still inexpensive as upright bikes go. There is plenty of value for money to be found in a machine that’s durable, and effective.
What are consumers saying about it?
Interestingly enough, it has a good amount of feedback from customers reviewing it on major sports equipment retailers. Some great comments we found whilst researching was how quietly it operates, as well as a user friendly design that makes light work of changing tension.