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If exercise is already part of your daily routine, there's a good chance you've turned your living room into a gym in recent weeks. And if spinning was part of that schedule the good news is that you can bring spin class to you—motivational instructors included.
There once was a time in the 80s and 90s when at-home spin bikes would look clunky and sit gathering dust across living rooms the world over but these days with brands like Peloton and SoulCycle making waves in the fitness arena, the humble spin bike has had a complete overhaul. Now, at-home, “connected” spin bikes come outfitted with large screens attached to the handlebars so that users can take live classes streamed from studios or pick a class from the archive.
Keep reading for our favorite at-home spin and exercise bikes and never rush to spin class again.
The newly launched SoulCycle at-home bike is set to be a game-changer. It packages everything SoulCycle fans love about the class and delivers it home—including "the legendary instructors, heart-pumping playlists, motivation and energy," according to the SoulCycle site. The bike's high-octane workouts come powered by Variis, a new app from Equinox that allows users to stream workouts from the brand's portfolio including SoulCycle, Pure Yoga, Precision Run, Myodetox, and HeadStrong.
To buy: Variis.com; $2,500
This bike has a cult-like following for a reason. With 14 live classes a day and thousands of on-demand classes, users will never get bored of Peloton's bike which comes with a screen where classes from the brand's New York studio are streamed in HD. For an added in-class feel there's a real-time leaderboard to keep things competitive.
To buy: Onepeloton.com; from $2,245
Keiser M3i Indoor Cycle
Instead of a fixed screen, Keiser's newest bike comes Bluetooth enabled and has a media tray so users can connect their phones, tablets, computers, or other devices with the Keiser M Series app for real-time training videos. The bike also comes with stretch pads, a floor mat, and a Polar Heart Rate Monitor.
To buy: Keiser.com; $1,995
NordicTrack Commercial Studio Cycle (S22i)
Yes, NordicTrack's bike comes with thousands of on-demand workouts, live trainer interactions and in-depth personalized workout stats, but one other interesting perk is its Google Maps integration—you can pick a place and bike "anywhere in the world." Plus, every purchase includes a 1-Year iFit Membership.
To buy: Nordictrack.com; $1,999
Sunny Health & Fitness Pro Indoor Cycling Bike
What it lacks in bells and whistles, Sunny Health & Fitness' bike makes up for in a reliably good ride. It's sturdy, smooth, and doesn't require a monthly membership fee.
To buy: Sunnyhealthfitness.com; $303
Rogue Echo Bike
One for the design lovers, Rogue's Echo Bike is a chic, smooth, and sturdy machine that comes with a minimal, stunning black powder coat finish. The belt-driven steel fan ensures a smooth, consistent ride.
To buy: Roguefitness.com; from $775