Exercise Bikes

A stationary bicycle (also known as exercise bicycle, exercise bikes, spinning bike, spin bike, or exercycle) is a device with saddle, pedals, and some form of handlebars arranged as on a bicycle, but used as exercise equipment rather than transportation.

exercise bikes
noun (pl)
“a stationary piece of exercise equipment resembling an ordinary bicycle.”

A stationary bicycle is usually a special-purpose exercise machine resembling a bicycle without true wheels, but it is also possible to adapt an ordinary bicycle for stationary exercise by placing it on bicycle rollers or a trainer. Rollers and trainers are often used by racing cyclists to warm up before racing or to train on their own machines indoors.
Some models of exercise bikes feature handlebars that are connected to the pedals so that the upper body can be exercised along with the lower body. Most exercise bikes provide a mechanism for applying resistance to the pedals which increases the intensity of the exercise. Resistance mechanisms include magnets, fans, and friction mechanisms. Some models allow the user to pedal backward to exercise antagonist muscles which are not exercised in forward pedaling. Exercise bicycles are typically manufactured using a crankshaft and bottom bracket, which turns a flywheel by means of a belt or chain. The bearings on these moving parts become worn with use and may require replacement.
Specialised indoor bicycles manufactured using a weighted flywheel at the front are used in the indoor cycling exercises called spinning.

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