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

Nordictrack studio bike
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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 (opens in new tab). 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 (opens in new tab)
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 News Editor at Fit&Well, covering all things exercise and nutrition on the Fit&Well website. 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.