Get over 50% off this NordicTrack exercise bike from Best Buy right now

The NordicTrack GX 2.7 U exercise bike has its price slashed by $450 at Best Buy. Don't miss out!

NordicTrack exercise bike
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If you're looking for a home cardio solution, you could do a lot worse than one of the best exercise bike. Whether you're into slow and steady cycling while watching you're favourite streaming service, or a dynamic spin class, exercise bikes can help you with this awesome cardio workout. 

Even though the top-of-the-range exercise bikes are more expensive, you can shop smarter and get an amazing machine for less. Take, for example, the NordicTrack GX 2.7 U Exercise Bike, which is now just $349.99 from Best Buy. That's a huge $450 discount, a better than 50% price slash. Check out the deal in full below:

NordicTrack GX 2.7 U Exercise Bike | was $799.99 | now $349.99 at Best Buy
This NordickTrack bike is perfect to keep you fit all year round, even if the changeable weather isn't right for cycling outdoors. An autobreeze fan keeps you cool while you burn calories, which automatically adjusts to match your workout intensity. 20 resistance levels mimics the hardest hills, which you can simulate with the 5" multicolor screen and the included iFit app. View Deal

Why get this exercise bike deal?

The NordicTrack is an excellent model and frankly incredible at this price: a more than 50% discount. A 15lbs inertia flywheel and ergonomic pedals are engineered for a smooth ride, while 20 onboard workouts shown on the 5" colored screen can take you from a simple warmup to a demanding spin-class style sesh. 

Front-mounted transport wheels ensure you don't have to lump it with this machine in your front room, or your garage, once it's set up. Simply tilt the whole thing and wheel it away for easy storage. Convenient, right? 

Matt Evans
Matt Evans

Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and Channel Editor at Fit&Well. He's previously written for titles like Men's Health and Red Bull, and covers 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 kickboxer and runner. His top fitness tip? Stretch.