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Peloton stationary bike alternatives that won’t break the bank

Peloton stationary bike alternatives that won't break the bank

You don’t need to spend $1,495 on a stationary bike if you don’t want to. Here are some alternatives to Peloton. Pro-Form At $1,495 a…

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You don’t need to spend $1,495 on a stationary bike if you don’t want to. Here are some alternatives to Peloton. Pro-Form At $1,495 a pop, Peloton stationary bikes are not for the budget-conscious. But there are plenty of Peloton alternatives for a fraction of the cost if you still want to stream spin classes from home .

If you want a taste of the Peloton experience for less money, the Peloton app can be used with just about any brand of stationary bike that can hold a tablet or smartphone. The app offers spin, running, strength and yoga classes, plus many more human-led workouts. A digital membership costs $12.99 per month. You won’t reach the leaderboard without a Peloton bike, but you can still participate in classes. (Some of these Peloton alternative bikes offer their own apps, but many of them also have higher monthly fees.)

Check out the eight high-tech exercise bikes below that offer a similar experience to Peloton for far less. Schwinn Fitness IC3

Walmart This bike with a tablet holder has an LCD console, Bluetooth capability and a 40-pound flywheel. It tracks RPMs, heart rate, calories, time and distance. Try it with the Peloton app.

Schwinn Fitness IC3, $649 (reduced from $799)

$649 at Walmart Yosuda indoor cycling bike

Yosuda via Amazon This stationary bike has a belt-driven system for a smooth and quiet ride, an adjustable non-slip handlebar and a tablet holder. Its LCD monitor tracks time, speed, distance and calories burned. There […]

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