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Old 04-26-07, 07:28 AM   #1
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Spinning Bike Recommendations

I'd like to get a spinning bike for my wife, and for myself. Anyone have one they can recommend? Or know of one they can recommend?
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I don't know your budget, but the university rec center here in Lincoln uses Lemond Revmasters. I like them alot. List is $1100.
http://www.lemondfitness.com/products_info.php?id=5

$600 here:
http://www.globalfitness.com/detail_...ine.asp?id=133
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Thanks. I'm sure shipping will be $$$. Hopefully I can find a local place. Thanks for the info.
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why wouldn't you just get a cycleops fluidtrainer?
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I would suggest that you go to some of the local gyms that have spin classes and try out some of their models. You will probably get a good idea that way of what you want in a spin bike.
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