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About our Recumbent Bikes

Recumbent bikes have a larger seat and reclined body position, with the pedals positioned in front of the body. They are ideal for older people and those who have back or knee problems. This type of exercise bike is designed to alleviate pressure, with a strong and durable design that’s suitable for larger users.

A recumbent bike is a good way to workout if you are recovering from an injury or surgery. By starting slowly and gently, you will reduce the risk of injuring yourself further whilst gradually building up strength, flexibility and muscle tone. When you regularly use your recumbent exercise bike, you will see noticeable improvements in your health and wellbeing, including improved cardio fitness and weight loss. You may also start to sleep better and notice you have a happier mood and lower stress levels. 

At exercise.co.uk, we have a great range of high quality recumbent bikes to suit your requirements, all of which offer a low impact workout solution to strengthen your legs, improve your mobility and increase your heart rate safely.

RECUMBENT EXERCISE BIKE FEATURES

Our recumbent exercise bikes are a safe and sturdy piece of equipment for your home gym, often recommended by doctors. Features of our recumbent bikes include: compact, foldable designs; comfortable adjustable seats; slip resistant pedals; multiple resistance levels; LCD display; and user programmes.

RECUMBENT EXERCISE BIKE PRICES

A recumbent exercise bike from exercise.co.uk is a great way to safely exercise and recover at home. Choose from our great range of affordable bikes, with prices starting as low as £169.00.

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