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YMMV Inspire Fitness IC1.5 Indoor Cycle spin bike @ Costco B&M $519.99

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Link to bike details on Inspire Fitness website. Deal in Costco warehouses only, item #1405250.

Inspire Fitness IC1.5 spin bike with belt drive, 31 lb flywheel, magnetic resistance, no display (connects via Bluetooth to Inspire app on your device), four way adjustable seat, handlebars adjustable up/down.

Online comments indicate that stats can be viewed through a quick start option in the app (subscription not necessary), and that a credit card is no longer necessary to use the app without a subscription.

A one year subscription to Inspire fitness classes is included with bike purchase, but you can use the Peloton app instead with a separate cadence meter as you can with other non-Peloton bikes.

A gel seat cover is also included in the box.

Manufacturer limited warranty 10y frame, 3y parts, 1y labor.

Retail $899.99 on the Inspire and Pecor Home Fitness websites. Originally listed at $699.99 in some Costco warehouses, now $519.99 nationwide.

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I'm buying this and a Peloton sticker for my wife. JK
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Wonder how this compares to the Echelon deal from yesterday ? Similar price , trying to determine which bike is the better buy
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Wonder how this compares to the Echelon deal from yesterday ? Similar price , trying to determine which bike is the better buy
There aren't many reviews of the Inspire bike yet, but so far owners in the Peloton app users FB group like it. Inspire appears to have a good brand rep for training equipment. The warranty appears better than Echelon's.

Inspire's app and classes sound worse than Echelon, but that FB group is using the Peloton app for classes anyways.

A significant advantage of the Inspire bike, assuming the bikes are roughly equal otherwise, is the Costco return policy.
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There aren't many reviews of the Inspire bike yet, but so far owners in the Peloton app users FB group like it. Inspire appears to have a good brand rep for training equipment. The warranty appears better than Echelon's.

Inspire's app and classes sound worse than Echelon, but that FB group is using the Peloton app for classes anyways.

A significant advantage of the Inspire bike, assuming the bikes are roughly equal otherwise, is the Costco return policy.
What's the Facebook group you mention here? Would like to see the reviews before going for this.
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What's the Facebook group you mention here? Would like to see the reviews before going for this.
Peloton digital app users FB group. There's also a reddit thread about the bike in r/spinclass.
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There aren't many reviews of the Inspire bike yet, but so far owners in the Peloton app users FB group like it. Inspire appears to have a good brand rep for training equipment. The warranty appears better than Echelon's.

Inspire's app and classes sound worse than Echelon, but that FB group is using the Peloton app for classes anyways.

A significant advantage of the Inspire bike, assuming the bikes are roughly equal otherwise, is the Costco return policy.
I was planning on using the Peloton app too, As you say , I couldn't find many reviews for it , but Costco's return policy is what has me considering giving it a try .
Thanks and repped !
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My exercise bike I bought 5 years ago makes an excellent clothes hanging rack in our basement. From the picture of this bike, I expect it will perform similarly well.
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Very "inspiring"
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Wonder how this compares to the Echelon deal from yesterday ? Similar price , trying to determine which bike is the better buy
The big difference I know of is that this has a flywheel weight of 31lbs and the Echelon Prime or the Echelon Connect Sport (both are the same just with Amazon or Walmart exclusive branding) have 15lbs flywheels.
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The big difference I know of is that this has a flywheel weight of 31lbs and the Echelon Prime or the Echelon Connect Sport (both are the same just with Amazon or Walmart exclusive branding) have 15lbs flywheels.
Was all that confusion about the flywheel weight on those Echelons finally resolved?
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The dumbest most ignorant comment I have ever read. Blame manufacturer, store, environment, government but not yourself.
I bike commute 15 miles/day year-round in brutal midwest weather, probably putting over 4k miles/year into my bike. Chill out dude. It was a joke.
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Tempting but I got the echelon sport
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I am actually considering buying this but not very happy about not being able to connect to Zwift or Peloton
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