When it comes to an effective yet supportive workout, recumbent stationary exercise bikes are the #1 choice to invest in for your gym. They are a great piece of equipment for any home gym and allow you to exercise while seated in a supportive, reclining position. At Top Fitness, we have a variety of recumbent bikes that are ergonomically designed to help support your back, manufactured from the best fitness brands in the industry. Shop from Octane, Spirit, True, Inspire, NordicTrack, or Freemotion.

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Recumbent stationary bicycles might look a little strange if you’ve never seen one before, but they’re not too dissimilar from other indoor exercise bikes. Most notably, recumbent exercise bikes have a “full seat,” so if you’re someone who would prefer a little less pressure on your nether regions or back support, these machines are an excellent alternative. Just like other indoor bikes, stationary recumbent exercise bikes are easy on your knees and ankles and many prefer them instead of going out for a run. Don’t let an injury or joint condition hold you back from maintaining your fitness and reaching your goals.

If you have any questions about our recline exercise bikes, don’t hesitate to reach out to us, so we can answer them!


What are the benefits of a recumbent bike?

The main benefits of choosing a recumbent bike are that they:

  • Reduce strain on your joints
  • Help you work out your thighs, glutes, quadriceps, hamstrings, and calves
  • Support your posture
  • Reduce saddle soreness that comes with using regular bikes
  • Suitable for those of any age
  • Great for beginners
  • Supports those who have joint pain, back pain, or certain injuries

Which is better - a recumbent bike or an elliptical?

Recumbent bikes and ellipticals are both used for low-impact exercise and have different benefits for the body. They both require you to do two very different exercise motions so you should take this into consideration when choosing which machine to invest in. Recumbent bikes provide a lot more support for those with certain joint conditions such as arthritis and injury as opposed to ellipticals. However, ellipticals can work out more muscle groups, including the upper body which a recumbent stationary bike can’t do. They’re both beginner-friendly options but offer different support. The main deciding factor between these exercise machines will most likely be the motion of the exercise. If you’re still torn between a recumbent bike and an elliptical, you could also consider recumbent ellipticals which are a combination of both machines.

How long will delivery take?

At Top Fitness, we aim to dispatch your items within 24-48 hours of you placing your order (except on weekends and public holidays). View our shipping policy for more information.


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