Exercise bike deal: Save $400 on this Nautilus stationary bike at Best Buy

Get the Nautilus U616 Upright Exercise Bike at a $400 discount at Best Buy, but hurry!

Nautilus exercise bike
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Please note, this deal has now ended.

The best exercise bike will improve your cardiovascular fitness, help you lose weight, provide stronger legs and protect your joints from impact. Stationary bikes are some of the most popular home fitness tools available right now, and have been for years - so when there's a discount like this, it's ripe for snapping up. 

You can save a huge $400 on the price of the Nautilus U616 Upright Exercise Bike (opens in new tab) at Best Buy. Right now, it's on offer at just $499.99, down from almost $900. Check out the deal in full below - and if you're looking for more exercise bike deals at drop-down prices, check out our Black Friday exercise bike deals.

Check out the Nautilus exercise bike deal here:

now $400 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)

Nautilus U616 Upright Exercise Bike | was $899.99 | now $400 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $400 on this connected exercise bike, which boasts 50+ global routes that auto-adjust in real time to your speed if you've got an Explore the World app subscription. The bike also hosts 29 different workout programmes, 25 levels of resistance and heart rate monitoring, all displayed on a big LCD display. 

Why get this deal?

The bike's sturdy construction ensures it can hold a 300lb weight capacity. The frame contains a three-speed fan which provides the resistance and keeps you cool during your workouts, while the frame also packs a handy water bottle holder and even transport wheels so the bike can be wheeled away for easy storage. 

Top exercise bikes like these are excellent for somebody getting into fitness for the first time due to the low-impact nature of the exercise. Running, treadmills and most HIIT exercises can create wear and tear on the joints if your bones and muscles aren't dense enough to support it. Exercise bikes just work on fan resistance rather than having your feet impact on a machine belt or concrete, allowing you to build up to these kinds of exercises. 

Matt Evans

Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and is currently Fitness and Wellbeing Editor at TechRadar, covering all things exercise and nutrition on Fit&Well's tech-focused sister site. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen runner, gym-goer, and infrequent yogi. His top fitness tip? Stretch.