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This Spin Bike from Spinning and Mad Dogg Athletics features great adjustability and an equally great compact design. The Spinner S1 is equipped with a large head tube, a large bar diameter and contoured saddle that adjusts horizontally and vertically. The innovative framework and hardware of the Spinner S1 deliver a comfortable and uncompromising quality. And its perimeter-weighted flywheel creates a fluid pedal stroke for a great ride every time.
- Height: 57”
- Width: 20”
- Length: 60”
- Item weight: 96 lbs
- The innovative framework of the large head tube and hardware delivers a comfortable ride and uncompromising quality.
- The two-piece fender protects the brake and flywheel assembly from moisture. The non-slip design
features a dipped rubber bar for comfort and safety, plus easy adjustability to accommodate riders
of all sizes and abilities.
- A special wide, padded saddle so that riders are comfortable and balanced during their workouts.
The seat is also adjustable, both vertically and horizontally, to create a personalized fit.
- The 31 lb perimeter-weighted flywheel creates momentum, which keeps the pedals moving. This
translates into a non-impact workout and a fluid pedal stroke.
- Bonus four Spinning® DVDs included (Ultimate Energy, Train and Tone, Turn and Burn, Maximum
- Bonus Spinning® Guide to Ride manual to help you reach your fitness goals at home.
- Accommodates riders 4’10” to 5’10”.
- Max user weight: 250 lbs
- 1 yr; no labor.
Shipping and Assembly:
Shipping costs will vary for the Spinner S1 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 Spinner S1 comes partially assembled so you only need to put together a few components. The frame and flywheel are already together, which makes the rest of assembly simple. With the detailed manual, assembly will take about 45 minutes.
What We Love About the Spinner S1 Spin Bike:
Like most Spinner indoor cycles, the S1 is a well-built piece of exercise equipment. Even though the Spinner S1 is a light Spin bike at 96 lbs, its 31 lb flywheel keeps it grounded well. It has some great components for its price point, like the pop-pin adjustability of the seat and handlebar. The seat allows you to adjust both vertically and horizontally, while you get vertical adjustment on the handlebars. The seat itself is large and comfortable, which lets you extend your workouts.
The Spinner® S1 comes with some nice bonuses. First, Spinner throws in four workout DVDs that are sure to motivate you. These videos are designed provide intense workouts. The titles include Ultimate Energy, Train and Tone, Turn and Burn, and Maximum Results. On top of the videos, Spinner also includes the Spinning Guide to Ride manual. This manual is designed to make sure you reach your fitness goals and even create a healthier lifestyle if that is your objective.
It would be nice if the Spinner S1 had a computer to track exercise statistics. Nothing elaborate, but at least something with basic readouts for time, speed, distance and calories. Most competitor indoor cycles at this price point have basic computers. In fact, there are cycles in the $200 price range that provide computers. Not a deal breaker, but a drawback.
Another drawback of the Spinner S1 is that its size and weight capacity doesn’t accommodate everyone. For instance, the design and adjustability of the Spinner S1 will comfortably fit anyone from 4’10” to 5’10”. That’s not a large range and eliminates a lot of potential riders and customers. The 250 maximum weight capacity also eliminates potential riders.
Final Word on the Spinner S1 Spin Bike:
For its price range, the Spinner S1 is a great Spin Bike. You’re definitely getting a quality bike from a reputable company. They also throw in some nice bonuses to help with your exercise regime. There are however some drawbacks to the Spinner S1. Most notably the lack of computer and size of the bike does not fit everyone. There are some bikes that will accommodate these users. Check out our reviews of the Schwinn IC2 and the Stamina CPR 9300.