Please note, this deal has now ended.
The best exercise bikes are among some of the most popular home exercise machines online right now. With summer round the corner, everyone's looking to get fit again – but some gyms remain closed, or with limited access, as a result of the ongoing global health crisis.
Fortunately, there's no shortage of deals on great pieces of kit around, and this one's a doozy – the NordicTrack GX 2.7 U Exercise Bike. This top-spec cycle is normally $800, but the folks at Best Buy have slashed it by $450, so it's now sitting at a better-than-half-price $349.99. DO NOT miss out on this stellar deal below - and if you're looking for more exercise bike options at drop-down prices, check out our Black Friday exercise bike hub!
Get the NordicTrack exercise bike deal here:
NordicTrack - GX 2.7 U Exercise Bike | was $799.99 | now $349.99 at Best Buy
Save $450 (over half price) in this stationary exercise bike deal. With an autobreeze workout fan, built-in 5" display and 20 different magnetic resistance levels, it's a stonking stationary bike at a bargain price. This is the best deal on a stationary bike we've seen in ages.
Why get this exercise bike deal?
This top-of-the-range bike comes with a smorgasbord of features. Not sure what kind of workout to get you started? There's over 20 different workouts built into the bike itself, accessible via the built-in 5" display which shows time, distance, heart rate (measured via the EKG grip pulse handlebars) and all your other vital stats.
With the accompanying iFit app, you can use a tablet to simulate beautiful locations to cycle around the world and – get this – the bike will automatically adjust the difficulty to match the route. Want to cycle a picturesque route around Greece, or Tuscany? When the tablet shows you heading up or downhill, the resistance will alter to reflect the digital landscape.
An autoBreeze workout fan stay cool while you burn calories with the fan that automatically adjusts to match your workout intensity. The magnetic resistance is completely silent, so you can do an early-morning workout in another room without worrying about waking up your snoozing family or irate neighbours.
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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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