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Spinning® L-Series Spin Bike Includes Tablet Mount and Cadence Sensor | Full Experience at-Home

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  • Home Spin Bikes now come with a tablet mount! Get the full Spinning experience!
  • [31-lb Perimeter-Weighted Flywheel] - The 14 kg flywheel and drivechain provide the smooth and authentic road bike feel that Spinning is known for.
  • [SPD-Compatible Pedals] - The pedals accommodate both athletic shoes and cycling shoes for increased pedaling efficiency.
  • [Adjustable Resistance and Quick Stop] - "Umbrella" style resistance knob protects from sweat and allows for precise adjustments and quick stops.
  • [Spinning App] - Download one of our Spinning Apps and enjoy our online library of instructor led Spinning videos. You can also track your Spinning metrics! Pair your free cadence sensor with one of our apps.

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The L3 boasts the rust- and sweat-resistant powder-coated steel frame of the L1, but adds dual-sided, SPD-compatible pedals that are compatible with both cycling shoes and athletic shoes. Comes with 4 Spinning DVDs and a subscription to SPINtv. Compatible with Standard Tablet Mount. SKU: 10-014

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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 6, 2019
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By Great Expectations 2023 on February 6, 2019
I love to spin. I love to bike. Spinning was why I joined gyms and I've done Flywheel and love the concept. Unfortunately, I don't live near a SoulCycle or Flywheel and really don't want to spend $20-$30 per class, it's just too much. Peloton had a lot of appeal to me when it came out b/c it brought the spinning concept that I like - dark rooms, music, high energy to your home. However, the price of the bike and the monthly fees, also a hurdle.

So I decided to find an alternative. I heard about Peloton Digital which gives access to the same classes for only $20 a month, plus a whole lot more than cycling. Peloton was running a special during the end of last year with 3 months for 1 month and I jumped at it. Now I needed a bike. Everyone online says the Sunny bike(s) were a good option. Sure it's cheap but in the same way I like Peloton b/c of the sleek look, I just couldn't bring myself to buy a Sunny. What's a Sunny anyways and it looks cheap even in the pictures. I'm a cyclist so I could tell it was substandard. I also looked at craigslist but read about used spin bikes being worn out, etc. So I didn't want to chance having to overhaul a bike. So this brought me to recreational options.

Spinning apparently invented spin :-) Whether that is true or not I figure they might know something about bikes. Their lowest cost bike L1 is the same range as a Sunny at $300. They have since dropped that and offer the same bike for $400 on the website but if you want toeclips it's $500. So I decided not to buy from them directly b/c they charge $40 for shipping, taxes and they have a restocking fee if you return. Amazon does not charge any of these. So I paid $300 flat....which is about the same cost as delivery of a Peloton. I'd recommend to try to get the L1 still, though it will probably never be in stock again and to at least do not buy a L5, instead buy pedals with toe clips/spd yourself for $40 and save the potentially $60 or even $160 just for just pedals. You have to put them in yourself anyways.

Bike came quickly an a very large, heavy box. Need 2 people to move. Assembly was very straightforward. I've built actual bikes before and this is a lot easier and anyone can do it. No adjusting of gears, etc. Only hiccup was it was unclear that I had to remove these black protection guards in the base stands, use a mallet. Not clear in the directions at all. It looks really really nice for $300 which you really can't get anything for that cheap a price. The few downsides that I know about already (read reviews) is the handlebars don't extend outward and don't raise as high as on other bikes. This is only an issue if you're above 6' tall which I am but so far I'm OK with it. It is low but I figure cycling in a prone position is the same difference. If needed, I could get aero bars from a bike to raise it up just a tad.

So I've only used it a few times (I'll update the review after 3-6 months) but overall I'm pleased with the purchase. It's a steal at $300, looks great or looks like lot more. I think this is their loss leader which is why it's probably discontinued. It is a bit small but so far not an issue. Pairing it with Peloton Digital in my basement home theater recreates the Soul Cycle experience w/o the cost or the hassle of driving into some downtown area where they are often located. I know I could pay more for computers, handlebars that adjust, belt drives, a more heavy freewheel, but all of that I really don't care about. Do I get a workout - yes.

So you will need a cadence meter of some type and I bought the Wahoo (in spite of the bad reviews). I also got a Fitbit clone on Amazon for a heart rate monitor. I'm going to buy SPD pedals and upgrade once my wife decides to switch to clip-in. I'll report back in 3-6 months after I've installed these and tried them out.
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