4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Does *almost* everything it says on the tin,
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This review is from: York Active 110 Exercise Cycle (Sports)
The cycle's good value for money. It's easy to set up, except for that one crooked piece on the base that I had to hammer to make fit, and looks fairly sturdy. We've been using it five hours or so a week for about a couple of months, and it has held up pretty well, for something that only cost a hundred pounds. The only problem I've noticed is the pulse counter. It starts from 73 regardless of your actual heart rate. You could cycle halfway to Mogadishu, but the damn thing will still say 73, and nudge up two levels every six seconds or so. Then again, that's what you get for a hundred pounds.