York C202 Cycle
- 16 levels of magnetic resistance
- Hand pulse sensors
- 22 workout programs, including 4 HRC
- Body fat / BMI analyser
- Colour display
- Height and reach adjustable seat
- 125kg max user weight
Customers Who Viewed This Item Also Viewed
The innovative training computer with three colour display and large program profile window lets you easily track your progress through any of the 22 workout programs. The 3 piece crank with sealed bearings offers a smooth pedalling feel at all resistance levels. Add to all this body fat analysis and the capacity to create and save your own workout program, and youâve got a real all round performer.
What do customers buy after viewing this item?
Top Customer Reviews
Build quality is good, the bike has quite a big sturdy feel to it and feels solid even for those of us closer to the max user weight. The seat pole is the same as the C201 so probably doesnt cater well for the shorter user, at 6'1 the middle height settings are fine. Definitely a great bike for the bigger/taller person.
The programs are great, quite nice and varied and you can create a number of your own custom ones to keep things interesting. Also all the preset programs scale with difficulty, so you wont grow out of them anytime soon. At the same time it is very quiet in use, ideal for watching TV or listening to music. All the different settings work to keep things interesting, aswell as providing a huge range of workouts and difficulty levels.
This bike is very similar to the York C201, the only real difference being that it has a better screen, with 3 colour display, BMI and Bodyfat calculations. The only real deciding factor between them is the price at the time. Its probably worth reading C201 reviews too, as they are very relevant to this product.
I guess I should comment that my 2 stars is solely because the bike is unusable for me - other than that I do not really see a problem with it - but I wanted to give it a low score to draw people's attention to the size of it.
On the plus easy to put together - I managed on my own with a toddler hindering me at every turn - everything was in the box - but a small box that I am going to have to fit everything back into. It seems very sturdy and looks quite smart and does not seem too too big for a feature laden product. A few scratches here and there which makes me wonder if I'm not the first to have had this one - and which would have annoyed me if I had been keeping it. It has a book rest which I thought was a good idea and an alternative to the tv as entertainment to keep you going! It also has a towel rail which can attach to the back of the seat. Cannot comment on the computer as I did not get as far as turning on the electrics - perhaps that makes it all shrink 3 inches?!?!Read more ›
The key thing I wanted to say though, is that I'm only five feet tall and this bike is still great for me (albeit on the very lowest height setting). In case it would help anyone, my inside leg measurement is about 28-29 inches!
The computer has bright crisp colours with large clear digits displaying time, rpm, distance, km/h and heart rate.
You can adjust the seat height and the handle bars and also the seat can be adjusted to slide forwards and backwards so whatever your height or build there will be a perfect position.
I really like the heart rate monitor and at the end of a program you can check your fitness level which I think is a great feature. The frame is rock solid and sturdy and does not move around whatsoever. It has 12 programs and you can also configure it to your specs manually but I tend to just stick to the programs and just set my desired time and then at the end of the time it sounds and audible tone to let you know the end of the program.
To be honest I was not expecting this machine to be this good but I can't fault this machine in any way, It's as good as the one's used in gyms, even better!!
Assembly was straight forward, taking me about 40 minutes, with maybe 1 or 2 confusing pieces. The end result feels remarkably robust, not cheap in any way. When you're on it, it feels very stable and does not wobble when you peddle. It's not very comfortable in bare feet or socks, so I'd recommend wearing a pair of trainers. I have it positioned it in the corner of the room, facing the television which I can watch whilst peddling. Note that it needs to be plugged in to use the built-in computer or change the resistance. It comes with a stand that I guess is for positioning reading material, but I don't use that myself. The machine is very quiet but not totally silent, there's a very slight 'whir' as you peddle, but this certainly isn't loud enough to annoy anybody even in the same room. Neighbors or people in an adjoining rooms will not be able to hear anything, so you can use it at all hours of the day.
The machine has 16 levels of resistance, which is done magnetically - one of the reasons the machine is so quiet. You can peddle along, raising and lowering the resistance manually, select one of 12 built-in programs which simulate various obstacles or create your own programs. You can program a session based on a length of time, a specific distance, a specific heartbeat range or a specific number of calories. It displays your speed/rpm and heartbeat (as long as you keep your hands on the handlebars). At the end of a program, it can also monitor your slowing heartbeat for 60 seconds and rate your fitness from 1 to 6.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pretty easy to assemble but very uncomfortable to use for long periods of time.Published 13 days ago by Rufio
I inherited this bike after a family member was going to bin it due to an error message that was appearing on the computer, it was Error 02 or E-02. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Flatsheep
I am very happy with this bike. My husband had no difficulty in assembling it. It is strong, sturdy and comfortable.Published 16 months ago by Sheepfold
good quality bike , had to replace one after 3 months as the gearing went very funny , but no trouble with replacementPublished 23 months ago by grumpybear