JTX Cyclo-Go: Home Exercise Bike
16 Levels of electro-magnetic resistance
Touch screen. Feedback display: Speed, rpm, time, distance (kph), calories, watts, pulse, and program profiles.
21 Programs: 10 Fitness programs, plus: 1 manual, 1 watt training, 4 HR training, 4 custom, 1 body fat measuring
Yes via hand pulse sensors or chest strap (sold separately)
Large pedals and straps
Vertical and horizontal adjustments to the saddle
3 Piece Crank
101(l) x 149(h) x 59(w) cm
104(l) x63(h) x 28(w) cm
2 Year in-home service warranty, 5 year frame warranty
JTX Cyclo-6: Indoor Exercise Bike
LCD computer with Polar receiver
Yes. Via hand sensors
Toe clips and flat pedals.
Quadri-Set™ adjustment system: Seat adjusts vertically and horizontally. Handlebars adjust vertically.
22kg belt-driven flywheel
3 Piece crank
124cm(l) x 54cm(w) x 122cm(h)
112(l) x 27(w) x 87cm(h)
2 Year in-home warranty
While comparing exercise bikes, you'll need to think about which exercise bike will suit your needs and usage requirements.
Price and Durability
When choosing which exercise bike to buy, consider how much you plan to use it. The JTX Cyclo-Go: Home Exercise Bike and the JTX Cyclo-6: Indoor Exercise Bike are great value machines designed for home use. If you plan to use your exercise bike more regularly than this, or if there will be more than one of you using it, the Cyclo-5: Upright Bike or the JTX Cyclo Studio: Indoor Training Bike might be the better option. These gym-quality bikes come with 3 year in-home repair warranties and are designed for regular use.
Types of Exercise Bike
Make sure you're fully clued up on which exercise bike will suit your needs before you decide to buy. Take some time to research the different types of exercise bike available. We would also recommend you read exercise bike reviews to make sure the company is reputable and their products are durable.