Reebok 510 Indoor Cycle Review
Push your limits and torch those calories with the Reebok 510 Indoor Cycle, an indoor bike from a big brand name that’s designed to challenge users of all levels. Whether you’re a veteran athlete involved in rigorous strength training or a first timer, this indoor bike will fire up your workout to blazing hot (meaning your legs will be burning).
The Reebok 510 Indoor Cycle is one of those indoor cycle bikes that can be safely used by most all people (check with your doctor first, of course), thanks to its low-impact and stability features. Despite being a mid level priced bike at around $600-700, the Reebok 510 indoor bike comes with well thought out features and is solidly built.
- Height: 55’’
- Width: 20’’
- Length: 47’’
- Weight: 130’’
- 48 lbs “Inertia Enhanced” Flywheel
- Ergonomic, No-slip Handlebars
- LCD Display
- Heart Rate Monitor
- Cooling Fan
- Transport Storage Wheels
- Water Bottle Holder
- Chain Drive System
- AccuRate Heart Rate Monitor
- LCD Display and Console
- Calories Burned
- Lifetime Warranty for Frame
- Two (2) years warranty for parts
- One (1) year warranty for labor
Shipping and Assembly:
The Reebok 510 Indoor Cycle is famous for being extremely easy to assemble. The frame itself already comes assembled, so all that’s left for you to do is to follow the manual that comes with the package to install the console and handlebars. The manual includes a step-by-step process of everything, and all the necessary tools to accomplish the task are there. It shouldn’t take more than a half an hour to complete.
The manufacturer of the 510 indoor bike is of course the mega-famous brand, Reebok, which has actually been around since 1895 if you can believe it. It started in England and has evolved over a century to become a name synonymous with quality athletic shoes and clothing. These days Reebok is a subsidiary of Adidas, another very well respected brand. So we’re in good hands here with a company that stands behind the quality of its products.
What We Love About the Reebok 510 Indoor Cycle
Nice Features/Solid Build
The Reebok 510 Indoor Cycle shows a good attention to detail on the part of the manufacturers. The indoor bike’s LCD monitor is easy to read and comprehend. Readings come complete with total distance traveled, speeds, calories burned, and the heart rate. A great feature is the included wireless chest strap that monitors heart rate and can be integrated with your workout to keep in a target pulse range.
This indoor bike comes with a 48 pounds enhanced flywheel that provides a lot of stability and enhances the feeling of real road biking. This allows for a more engaging workout. The maximum capacity is 300 pounds, which is also the same capacity of its more expensive counterparts. This bike won’t wobble around on you even during high intensity workouts.
What Isn’t So Great
At around $600, the Reebook 510 Indoor Cycle is a good buy. There isn’t much to complain about. You might want to look at other bikes in this price range to compare, such as the Sole Fitness SB700, the Diamondback 510lc, and the Spinner Fit Spin Bike.
Final Word on the Reebok 510 Indoor Cycle
Reebok is of course, a great brand name that’s been around for a long time. This is a big deal because Reebok/Adidas wouldn’t want to hurt their good reputation with inferior products. And with this bike, we’re seeing the result of that history of good quality. Solidly built, the Reebok 510 Indoor Cycle is a contender in its price range. And thanks to the strong manufacturer’s warranty, you can feel confident with the purchase. Definitely consider it.