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Reebok Indoor Cycle B 5.1e

by Reebok
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

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  • M-Force Direct Drive braking system
  • Flywheel weight: 10kg
  • Resistance: 16 levels, electronically adjustable, frequency dependent, 25 watt levels
  • Set up dimensions: 100 x 55 x 148cm
  • Functions: speed/time/distance/calories/pulse (hand pulse with POLAR wireless receiver)/RPM/wattage
  • Programmes: 9 including frequency independent power control
  • Maximum user weight: 150kg
  • Blue backlit LCD

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 45 Kg
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  • Item model number: REGF-13213
  • ASIN: B002KMK43Y
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 26 Nov 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 192,170 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Product Description

  • Design: Watt-controlled
  • Performance: 400 watt
  • Brake System:
  • Facilities:
    • Hand pulse
  • Weight: 10 kg
  • Field: 8 to 12 kg
  • Number of programs:
  • maximum allowable weight: 150 approx. kg
  • Type: Home fitness equipment
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great for the money. 26 Jan 2011
Better quality than expected. Doesn't creak or rattle (so far). Very adjustable.
Seat is Hard! Works well. Silent operation, no whirring, or annoying scratching noises. The user manual is worthless, but not really necessary.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Tender and wobbly bits ! 26 May 2011
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The front handle bars were wobbly after assembling and needed to be wedged with cardboard.

Otherwise a great little bike. Takes a few seconds to work up through the levels to get the set resistance but same with all bikes like this!

The minimum resistance is pointless and is like peddling down a very steep hill - loose and not really possible or practical.
The preset programmes are great and the display on a par with the local gym equipment and the resistance can be increased or decreased as appropriate. A lot of useful features I liked a lot. Plus the display is a good size and useful for resting reading materials on!

Shame the seat was not comfier. Any time over 30 minutes and you know about it in other places than your leg muscles !!!

For the money, a great little machine.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent bike 10 Sep 2010
If, like me, previous purchases of exercise bikes have ended up as expensive clothes dryers, then this bike could well be for you. The reason for my previous failures was due to sheer boredom of using the contraption! I started to "borrow" one of my friends Reebok B5.1e to see if I could get on with it or would the familiar boredom cut in again? I'm pleased to say that having used this bike for 18 months now I'm as enthusiastic now as I was at the start.

I think the main reasons are:

1. the on board computer with its various settings makes it much more fun and engaging. Not to say there are pretty graphics - they're pretty basic - but the computer does have a range of settings with a variety of styles/approaches/courses to train with. It also measures calories burnt, distance travelled, mph, rpm, heart rate and so on. Another nice feature is that you can enter different stats (height, weight, age, etc) into different user accounts. It's very simple to use

2. it's pretty comfortable - of course this is relative and within the context of using an exercise bike! but it does make a difference - so staying on the bike for 45 minutes is not a problem

I love the bike and would it recommend it to anyone - especially previous exercise failures like myself! I've managed to reduce my weight by a lot and keep it off. I use the bike 5 days a week and usually do an intense 30 minute fat burning course.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I chose this bike because it has a heat rate sensor - both in the handles but also an inbuilt receiver so that if you wear a Polar chest strap, you get a constant pulse readout. Frankly I don't think that it is possible to embark on a structured exercise regime if you don't use a heart rate monitor - and know how to use it properly. This book - Total Heart Rate Training: Customize and Maximize Your Workout Using a Heart Rate Monitor will take you through all you need to know about heart rate monitors. A small book, you don't need to read all of it but tells you the whow to use a heart rate monitor in a way which isn't explained anywhee else.

Also, this Amazon price is about 200 less than anywhere else - even for the same machine and because it has an HRM sensor and receiver - it is a bargain.

Delivery was fine. Big box - very heavy - but that is because an exercsie bike is a heavy thing.

Instructions are very poor but assembly was pretty easy anyway with a little thought. It really is a modular system.
Tip: don't open all the packets at the same time. You'll mix up the pieces. Each pack relates to a different part of the machine. All assembly tools are supplied.

The handlebar column is a very tight fit and needs to be wriggled on. The big allen bolts which hold the column on, need to be tightened right in until they wedge against something inside the column. I'm not sure what - but the instructions don't make this clear and I removed them first. you don't need too.

The plastic lugs which are used to key the two plastic halves of the handlebar console are very fragile - and aren't up to the job, frankly.
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1.0 out of 5 stars flawed bike 22 Jan 2013
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Most of the gears are so light they're of no use at all. There are only one or two gears that are within a useful range and the highest gear isn't high enough for stand up cycling (I'm not particularly heavy). It's also developed a loud squeak after about two weeks. I've had two previous reebok exercise bikes and both were great (neither had these problems). It's a shame, as the bike is otherwise fine.
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