Last Updated on November 24, 2019 by Jeff
Let’s Get Started:
The Marcy Club Revolution Indoor Cycle is a solid indoor bike with some really nice components. The best being the low maintenance, belt drive mechanism. Along with the heavy 40 lb flywheel, the Club Revolution Indoor Cycle has an ultra smooth and quiet cycling movement. It also has a heavy frame, steel pedals and a 300 lb weight capacity that accommodate stand up pedaling for a realistic cycling experience.
The Marcy Club Revolution Indoor Cycle has the typical adjustability that you will find in other exercise bikes in this price range, which include vertical adjustments in the handlebars and seat and fore/aft seat adjustments. The Club Revolution Indoor Cycle will accommodate a wide range of users from 5’2” to 6’3”.
- Height: 46”
- Width: 20”
- Length: 45.5”
- Item weight: 102 lbs
- Max user weight: 300 lbs
- Balanced 40 lb flywheel creates momentum to provide the feel of an outdoor bike ride.
- Belt driven mechanism allows for a smoother peddling motion.
- Adjustable aero style handlebars with forearm supports to have you feeling agile and focused.
- 2-axis adjustable seat provides comfortable biking experience for various users.
- Easy-to-use resistance knob simulates different types of terrain to challenge your workouts.
- Built-in brake system brings flywheel to a fast stop with minimal effort.
- Adjustable basket cage pedals.
- Transport wheels to easily move into smaller spaces when not in use.
- Water bottle holder to hold your favorite drink to stay hydrated and focused during intense workouts.
- Accommodates riders 5’2” to 6’3”.
- Frame: 2 years
- Parts: 2 years
- Electronics: 90 days
Shipping and Assembly:
Shipping costs will vary for the Marcy Club Revolution Indoor Cycle depending on where you purchase from and what type of delivery you prefer. However, some retailers, such as Amazon.com, will provide free shipping.
The Club Revolution Indoor Cycle goes together very quickly. Marcy provides all of the tools you’ll need and detail assembly instructions. All you need to do is attach the base to the frame, add the seat, handlebars and pedals. All in all the process should take less than an hour.
What We Love About the Marcy Club Revolution Indoor Cycle:
We love that the Marcy Club Revolution Indoor Cycle is belt driven. For a mid-$300 price tag, you’ll be hard pressed to find an indoor cycle that is anything but chain driven. The belt drive is great for maintenance purposes, but it also provides a very smooth, very realistic pedaling motion. Combine this with a heavy 40 lb flywheel and solid steel pedals and you get a motion that simulates a realistic outside, road experience. Again, for this price, this is one of the best riding experiences you will find.
The one thing that could be better with the Marcy Club Revolution Indoor Cycle is the adjustability. Marcy claims this bike fits a range of users from 5’2” to 6’3”. However, several shorter users have commented that the handlebars are a far reach and that they can’t get into a comfortable position no matter how close they move the seat toward the handlebars. Providing a fore/aft adjustment to the handlebars could possibly solve this, but in this price range, we doubt that you’ll find any bike with that option. So, if you’re a shorter user, it may be beneficial to give this bike a spin before making the purchase.
The other thing we’re disappointed about with the Club Revolution Indoor Cycle is that there is no computer. Just because you’re dropping into the lower price ranges, doesn’t mean you should go without the ability to track your workout statistics. Performance measurements are key in knowing if you’re improving and for setting goals to work toward. There are plenty of options in this price range that provide a basic computer. Check out our reviews of the Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Cycle Trainer (SF-B1203), the Exerpeutic LX7 Training Cycle or the Fitleader FS1 Upright Exercise Bike.
Final Word on the Marcy Club Revolution Indoor Cycle:
At the mid-$300 price, the Marcy Club Revolution Indoor Cycle is a good choice. The best thing is the belt drive which not only provides smooth and quiet cycling, but also cuts out the messy maintenance that you need to do with a chain drive. A couple of complaints we have deal with the lack of computer and whether this bike is best for shorter users. If those issues don’t affect you, then the Marcy Club Revolution Indoor Cycle should be an easy decision for you.