Exercise bike deal: Save $200 on this NordicTrack studio bike at Walmart
Save on the NordicTrack Studio bike and a one-year menbership to the iFit app at Walmart right now
Please note, this deal has now ended.
The best exercise bikes are a fantastic way of burning calories and toning your leg muscles, all from the comfort of your own home. Whether you're watching TV or doing an online spin class, it's a tempting way to exercise now so many gyms remain closed as a result of the global health crisis.
One of the best brands around is NordicTrack, whose Studio Bike arrives with 7” Smart HD Touchscreen and 1-Year iFit Family Membership. Ordinarily, the NordicTrack will cost you around $800, but Walmart has slashed the price to just $597.00, a saving of over $200. Check out the deal below - and if you're looking for more exercise bikes at drop-down prices, check out our Black Friday exercise bike hub!
NordicTrack Studio Bike with 7” Smart HD Touchscreen and 1-Year iFit Family Membership | was $799 | now $597.00 at Walmart
The smart touchscreen allows you to both ride some of the best world-famous courses and participate in online spin classes, both of which are available with the accompanying iFit membership. With quick, responsive controls and 22 levels of magnetic resistance, it's a great buy at this price.
The bike has an oversized padded seat, capable of holding 300lbs of rider, the bike also contains a smorgasbord of other features including an external auxiliary music speaker, in-built cooling fan to make sure you can work out in comfort, and a 10-year frame warranty, this is a hell of a deal at under $600.
It's a perfect family tool thanks to the ability to make five individual profiles. If dad wants to do a different set of exercises to the kids, it's easy to switch between profiles depending on the user. A 7” smart touchscreen provides a high-definition display that allows you to "take in the breathtaking landscapes and pulse-pounding light shows" of the iFit workouts.
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.
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