Indoor Cycling Bike by Sunny Health & Fitness

By | September 2, 2017
Indoor Cycling Bike by Sunny Health & Fitness

Take your indoor bike training and cardio workout to the next level with the Sunny Health & Fitness SF-B1110 Indoor Chain Cycling Bike. Cycling increases stamina, strength and aerobic fitness. This bike offers low intensity to begin with, if recovering from injury, but can be built up to a demanding physical workout to fit your fitness goal. Its heavy-duty frame, well balanced and weighted flywheel, premium resistance system, provide a smooth ride. So what are you waiting for? Get going and get cycling with Sunny’s Indoor Cycling bike.

  • Assembled dimensions: 46.5L x 20.5W x 47.5H inches
  • Chain-drive mechanism for a smooth, quiet workout
  • Fully adjustable seat and handlebars
  • Transportation wheels for easy portability
  • Maximum user weight: 265 lbs.

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  1. C.
    934 of 944 people found the following review helpful
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    How to make this bike into a $2000 bike experience for cheap, July 18, 2015
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    Ok first of all, it’s sturdy and quiet and I put it together in 15 minutes.

    Second, I was lusting after The $2000 Peloton bike ( with its live classes, cadence information, and everything else ) and so I made a couple modifications to this bike and used a couple apps and I think it’s a really good alternative.

    1) get this bike – $250

    2) get the wahoo wireless RPM cadence tracker and mount it on the crank shaft. I did it with the little silicone holder it comes with, for attaching to your shoe I think, and some zip ties. No dealing with wires or anything. Just install it and pedal and it shows up on the free Wahoo app on your phone. In fact I like this better than a bike computer because using the app it automatically puts all the information into my fitness pal or Apple health or whatever. I got the RPM from Amazon for about $50.

    3) get a heart rate monitor like the wahoo one or I have the mio fuse. It works with the free wahoo app, which accepts many other heart rate monitors too. These cost $50+

    4) use the Peloton cycle app for LIVE classes and tons of ondemand classes too. They are one of the best spin places in NYC and their instructors are top notch. All kinds of themes and metric and personal best classes. Really really great music and cueing and you just feel wonderful after taking their classes. It’s $12 a month for unlimited classes.

    5) the BitGym app has over 65 amazing HD virtual rides from all over the world. From New Zealand to Switzerland to the California coast and even down to Patagonia. But the coolest thing is that it uses your iPads camera to track your cadence and it speeds up or slows down the pace of the video based on how fast you are going. It sounds cheesy to say, but it really makes you feel like you are there! This is $8 a month for unlimited views. They even have guided/coached rides. You can use your own music for the I coached rides. It can track your cadence and even work with a heart rate monitor too. And it saves the data for you. These rides are unbelievably beautiful. I find myself extending my workout just to see more of the videos. And I play my own music and use my heart rate as a guide as to when to push myself and when to recover. I wish I had a big screen tv in the room where I have my spin bike. Then I could air play it to a giant screen and be fully immersed.

    6) Of course getting spin shoes with SPD cleats and the shimano pd-m324 dual pedal completes the package, but aren’t necessary. I bought the shims I pedals from Amazon as well. I added the baskets from the original pedals that came with the bike to the spd pedals I bought so I can use clips but my husband can use street shoes.

    So anyway, if you use the things I mentioned above, you will have an Amazing experience. The only thing that the peloton bike does is a real time leaderboard. This set up doesn’t have that. But you can use an app like race my ghost that lets you compete against your own previous workouts so that is kinda the same.

    Hope this was helpful. I can’t recommend the peloton app and the bitgym app enough. They really are fabulous.

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  2. Christopher J. Scott
    96 of 100 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing bike for the money!, August 28, 2015
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    Christopher J. Scott (Gilbert, AZ USA) –

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    I am really impressed with this bike. I guess considering all the positive reviews I probably shouldn’t be surprised, but for the price I just didn’t think it would be so nice. Assembly was a breeze after getting everything out of the box and unwrapped. It’s a very sturdy bike, no squeaks or rattles, despite being made in China. I added a CatEye Velo 7 Bicycle Computer CC-VL520 – Wired to show me speed and distance, and it works great. I will definitely be changing out the seat; it’s brutally hard. But other than that, it’s fantastic and I highly recommend it!

    FYI, for the bike computer these are the MPH to RPM conversions I came up with. Most spin videos I have watched reference RPM, but the computers tend to read MPH. Knowing that the flywheel spins 3.25 times for every revolution of the pedals, and assuming I math’d it all correctly:

    10 mph = 58 rpm
    11 mph = 63 rpm
    12 mph = 69 rpm
    13 mph = 75 rpm
    14 mph = 80 rpm
    15 mph = 86 rpm
    16 mph = 92 rpm
    17 mph = 98 rpm

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  3. nannersmell
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
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    Great bike for a great price., January 5, 2017
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    I have had this bike for a little under a week. I really love it. I have done indoor cycling classes before, so I had a clear expectation of what the bike should be like. It has lived up to that expectations so far. I am not quite 5’2″ and the lowest seat setting is perfect for me. It was easy to put together, though, the box weighs over 100lbs… I had some help moving it to the desired location. However, I was able to completely unpack and set the bike up by myself.
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