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ProForm 505 SPXi Studio Cycle with 6-month iFit Membership - $299.99

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Get a solid, customized workout every time you step on the pedals of the 505 SPXi exercise bike. Simply turn the adjustment knob to choose the resistance that's best for you, and push the Quick-Stop knob when you're finished with your workout to bring it to a halt. Built with a tough, commercial-grade welded steel frame and complete reach and stack handlebar and seat adjustability, this strong, sturdy bike can be positioned to fit any riding style. This cycle is also built with a belt-drive system.

6-Month iFit® Coach Membership Included* - A Workout Without Limits
Engage in a whole new fitness experience as certified personal trainers take your exercise all around the world. The SPX cycle, comes fully equipped with a 6-month membership to iFit®, giving you full access to an ever-expanding collection of worldwide workouts and an ever-growing library of limit-pushing studio workout classes that will get you moving and sweating on and off your machine.
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Online Price399.99$
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Is this bike any good?
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Is this bike any good?
Reviews seem to indicate it's not.
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Reviews seem to indicate it's not.
Could you share a link? There's only one review on Costco and can't find this bike on Amazon.
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Could you share a link? There's only one review on Costco and can't find this bike on Amazon.
https://www.treadmilldoctor.com/p...ike-review

I'm not sure how much of a difference the SPXi makes. Seems okay for the money.
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https://www.treadmilldoctor.com/p...ike-review

I'm not sure how much of a difference the SPXi makes. Seems okay for the money.
Thanks! The link lists the high $600 price, 3-year warranty and no preprogrammable workouts as the cons. At this price and with the 5-year warranty + Costco Citi card extended warranty, this might actually be a great deal.
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Thanks! The link lists the high $600 price, 3-year warranty and no preprogrammable workouts as the cons. At this price and with the 5-year warranty + Costco Citi card extended warranty, this might actually be a great deal.
The first hit that came up was a video about the 505 SPX being a "nightmare" and that 2.5 star review so I wrote it off initially. You might be right though, I wasn't aware of the warranty. I am in the market for an exercise bike (I was looking for a deal such as the Echelon Connect for <$200 or a higher-end Proform bike at around this price) so I'll look further into it.

My concern is that I've purchased a $97 exercise bike in the past from Walmart and let's just say cheap exercise equipment isn't enjoyable to use. So I'm weary about spending $300 and still not getting a similarly smooth, comfortable experience I would expect from commercial-grade exercise bikes at a gym.
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The first hit that came up was a video about the 505 SPX being a "nightmare" and that 2.5 star review so I wrote it off initially. You might be right though, I wasn't aware of the warranty. I am in the market for an exercise bike (I was looking for a deal such as the Echelon Connect for <$200 or a higher-end Proform bike at around this price) so I'll look further into it.

My concern is that I've purchased a $97 exercise bike in the past from Walmart and let's just say cheap exercise equipment isn't enjoyable to use. So I'm weary about spending $300 and still not getting a similarly smooth, comfortable experience I would expect from commercial-grade exercise bikes at a gym.
I feel you. I think I'm gonna take a shot at it considering Costco's generous return policy. I haven't seen a decent exercise bike on sale since I started searching a month or so ago.
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Give it a shot and let us know about your experience with it. It's on-sale for the next two weeks. Since Costco has a generous return policy and doesn't limit returns (as far as I'm aware) all you have to lose is time assembling/repackaging the bike.
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I feel you. I think I'm gonna take a shot at it considering Costco's generous return policy. I haven't seen a decent exercise bike on sale since I started searching a month or so ago.
What would the return policy be on this? It seems like Costco has a lifetime return policy on almost everything except electronics. I'm not opposed to trying it as well. Note that the warranty is five years on the frame itself and only 90 days on parts and labor.

I'd basically have a decent home gym with adjustable dumbbells, a bench, and this bike (which hopefully goes with the gray theme I have going on) for $700.
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If you're into the iFit workouts, Proform will give you a bike (or other piece of equipment) free for a 3 year membership. Go to their website.
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If you're into the iFit workouts, Proform will give you a bike (or other piece of equipment) free for a 3 year membership. Go to their website.
Any 3 year membership deals Wink ?

Just sold my Peloton for $1,250 and looking for better value...
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Any 3 year membership deals Wink ?

Just sold my Peloton for $1,250 and looking for better value...
So what was the issue(s) with the Peloton?
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Any 3 year membership deals https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...ilies/wink.gif ?

Just sold my Peloton for $1,250 and looking for better value...
I just bought the Echelon connect sport for $499 from Wal-Mart, and joined the peloton digital app, for $12.99 instead of the $39.99 for peloton owners.
The bike transmits cadence and resistance over bluetooth so you can either use the echelon app in freestyle mode or I use an android app called echBT that places a floating window with my stats over the peloton class. I've only done pre-recorded classes, nowhere near good enough to do a live class yet.
So far I feel like I am getting my money's worth.
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