Making sure you choose a good recumbent bike, which is going to serve as an extension to your will power to exercise, can turn out to be a tough decision considering the wide variety of models out there with different features and prices to offer.
So before you take the big jump and buy a recumbent bike you need to know your needs and preferences as they will (or should) play a major role on choosing the correct bike for you. Now chances are you’ve never exercised on a recumbent bike so, although you might be excited to start with one, you don’t know which model will adjust better to your needs and, of course, to your budget. That is why you’ll probably enjoy the information on this page.
A recumbent exercise bike is, of course, designed for indoor use and this carries quite a few benefits in, and of, itself. Outdoor activities like jogging and running are effective ways of burning calories, losing weight, and building fitness. It would, therefore, be fair to ask why you should bother investing in this or any other kind of indoor workout equipment when you can just go running outside? The answer is a complicated one but the simple version is as follows.
Who wouldn't want a bike motor when sitting at the bottom of a large hill? Recumbent bikes are notoriously poor climbers. Yes I know some are better than others, but over all having an electric hub motor on your bike can "erase" the pain of climbing the long steep hills. But how do you know what you need and where to buy it? These are the questions I've been researching now for several months. Months you say? Yes, months because finding a quality solution isn't as easy ...