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exercise bike

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exercise cycle

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(Cycle Racing) a stationary exercise machine that is pedalled like a bicycle as a method of increasing cardiovascular fitness
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Noun1.exercise bike - an exercise device resembling a stationary bikeexercise bike - an exercise device resembling a stationary bike
exercise device - a device designed to provide exercise for the user
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Now, of course, exercise bikes are a staple in every gym, and spin classes are big business.
Exercise bikes are a great option to increase stamina and are among the main fitness equipment in cardio fitness regimes.
Exercise bikes, they said, were the most useful because you could hang clothes on them in the spare bedroom.
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Researchers asked nine and ten-year-olds to ride exercise bikes for 15 minutes.
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For the new study, scientists at the University of Bath asked volunteers to perform two 20-second cycle sprints on exercise bikes, three times per week.
They will be casting an eye over offerings from exercise bikes to toasters in partexchange for cars from their showrooms.
To show their support for their cycling colleagues, other members of the 150-strong Cardiff Marriott workforce will be taking to the exercise bikes in the hotel's Leisure Club - sponsored to ride at least five miles in their lunch breaks.
But the gym is working with a Texas-based company, Henry Works, on a system to directly power the gym's lights and equipment, as well as a device that will connect several exercise bikes to a single generator.
FITNESS equipment has come a long way since wobbly exercise bikes and plastic multi-g yms.