Spinner Sprint Spin Bike Review

Last Updated on March 3, 2018 by Jeff

Spinner Sprint Spin BikeSpinner Sprint Spin Bike Overview:

The Spinner Sprint is an official Spin Bike that’s simple, clean and built to commercial specifications. If you want a quality indoor cycle and don’t care about bells and whistles, just strap into the pedals and get on the road to success. The Spinner Sprint has an easy-to-use resistance knob, signature weighted flywheel and a smooth chain-drive system. Other features on this bike include an increased 5° handlebar angle and an improved pedal to pedal Q-factor for a comfortable and authentic ride.

The Spinner Sprint is designed to fit just about anyone. That’s a good thing considering the quality of this machine. Its design accommodates everyone from 4’10” to 6’8” tall. The seat can be adjusted vertically and horizontally and the handlebars can be adjusted vertically to make sure anyone getting on the Sprint Spin Bike has a custom fit just for them.

Click here to see the price of the Spinner Sprint Spin Bike on Amazon. 

Technical Info:


  • Height: 48”
  • Width: 20”
  • Length: 55”
  • Item weight: 121 lbs

Features:Sprint Spin Bike

  • New racetrack shaped steel frame designed to eliminate the extra bulk and cleaning issues underneath the bottom bracket. Seat and head tubes are oval in structure to minimize any bar or seat wobble.
  • Push-to-stop resistance features a dual-density grip surface with insert molded graphics. Leather
    brake pad for exceptional feel and better life span.
  • 43 lb perimeter-weighted flywheel creates momentum, which keeps the pedals moving. This
    translates into a non-impact workout and a fluid pedal stroke.
  • No-slip rubber grips for comfort and safety, plus easy adjustability to accommodate riders of all sizes
    and abilities. New stable fixed handlebar has been angled 5° up from horizontal for better
    ergonomics. The bar still features the Spinning® proprietary horizontal “loop” for multiple hand
  • Two-piece fender is designed to protect the brake assembly and flywheel assembly. The contours
    were shaped to route sweat and moisture away from major components. Rust-proof nylon rivets are
    used to mount the fenders into place.
  • 155 mm Q-factor is best of any indoor cycling bike (rivals good road bikes). The smaller the Q-factor,
    the better match it is to hip width in order to minimize hip, knee or ankle discomfort.
  • Bonus four Spinning® DVDs included (Ultimate Energy, Train and Tone, Turn and Burn, Maximum
  • Accommodates riders 4’10” to 6’8”
  • Max user weight: 350 lbs


  • 1 yr; no labor.

Shipping and Assembly:

Shipping costs will vary for the Spinner Sprint 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 frame, flywheel and chain are pre-assembled upon arrival. That you some final assembly that includes the pedals, seat, stabilizer bar, adjustment poles and handlebars. No one reviewing this product believed assembly to be difficult. Total assembly of the Spinner Sprint should be an hour or less.

What We Love About the Spinner Sprint:


The Spinner Sprint is another well-built indoor cycle from the Spinner® brand. The cycle is as solid as they come. The steel frame and 43 lb flywheel ensure the Spinner Sprint isn’t going anywhere during your most intense workouts. The seat adjusts vertically and horizontally and the handlebars are angled at 5° for an optimal ergonomic body position. Other design considerations like the leather brake pad, oval tube design to reduce wobble and two-piece fender design channel sweat away from the flywheel are the little things that show the Spinner® brand cares about what they are putting on the market.


If you’re new to cycling you may not know what Q-factor is. The Q-factor is the distance between the pedal attachment points on the crank arms. The narrower the Q-factor, the more it puts you into a neutral body position and creates a more comfortable riding experience. The Spinner® Sprint has an extremely low Q-factor at 155 mm. You’ll be lucky to find another cycle with a Q-factor this small. This means when you’re exercising on the Spinner Sprint®, your hip, leg, knee and ankle pain will be minimal. You’ll be able to exercise more frequently and extend those workouts comfortably.

Other Considerations:

The Spinner® Sprint is reasonably considering the quality of the bike. This bike is going to last forever and for that reason alone it is worth its nearly $1,000 retail price, even though you kind find the Spinner® Sprint for a couple hundred dollars cheaper online. Now, that being said, for $800-$1,000, I would expect my indoor cycle to comes with some extra features like programmed workouts, a computer, MP3 or iPod® compatibility; anything to create an enjoyable workout. You won’t find any of those things on the Spinner Sprint.

Final Word on the Spinner Sprint Spin Bike:

The Spinner brand continues to make quality indoor cycles with the Sprint Spin Bike. Trust us; there will be no buyer’s remorse in regard to the quality of your purchase with the Sprint. The key word here is “commercial grade for the home”.  On the other hand, there are no workout programs, no media connection options, and no computer. So before you make this purchase, you need to carefully consider what it is you really want in an indoor cycle.  If you ready to rock a Spin workout with some videos online or cranking some motivating music, you’ll be good to go.