Bikes & Recumbents

Choose from a great range of bikes and recumbents for sale below. These amazing machines are a great way to gain fitness, endurance and burn fat. We have models to suit any budget, and we offer our Best Price Guarantee (conditions apply) and various payment options including an interest free option. We also offer Australia wide shipping and usually dispatch the next day – for more information on our delivery see our delivery information.


Bodyworx Exercise Bike AB170M
29% OFF DON'T PAY $349.00
Bodyworx AC270M Manual Upright Bike
29% OFF DON'T PAY $399.00
GO30 Recumbent

GO30 Recumbent

$399

Bodyworx AC550AT Upright Exercise Bike
44% OFF DON'T PAY $799.00
Bodyworx Recumbent Bike AR100M
27% OFF DON'T PAY $659.99
Ex Demo - Amortech Blade 1000 Pro Spin Bike (Joondalup)
34% OFF DON'T PAY $1,295.00
Airmill Air Bike

Airmill Air Bike

$1,299

Go30 Advance Cardio Package
50% OFF DON'T PAY $2,990.00
Xebex Air Mag Bike

Xebex Air Mag Bike

$1,499

FFITTECH Verticle Bike

FFITTECH Verticle Bike

$1,595

FFITTECH Horizontal Bike

FFITTECH Horizontal Bike

$1,995

Bodyworx Exercise Bike AC550M
18% OFF DON'T PAY $549.00
Flex Home Fitness Package
39% OFF DON'T PAY $999.00
Assault Air Bike
21% OFF DON'T PAY $1,895.00

It seems like exercise bikes have been around for a long time but they’re still one of the best ways to get your cardio exercise in. In fact, they’ve been around since they went mainstream back in 1993, back when they were the hottest thing in exercise. These days, they’re still a staple of home and commercial gyms everywhere. A good session on an exercise bike will give you a great anaerobic workout for your legs, abdominals and back muscles, as well as a great aerobic cardio session. You’ll get the benefits of riding a bike without leaving your home, making these a great investment into your health and fitness.

There are generally 3 types of exercise machines on the market:

Upright exercise bikes mimic the position of a normal bicycle where the rider leans forward to grasp the handlebars.

Recumbent bikes have a wider, bucket seat that allows users to pedal in a more comfortable position, which often works the gluts more strongly than upright bikes. They’re also great for those with knee or back injuries.

Spin bikes are similar to upright bikes, but they allow the rider to stand up and pedal, unlike an upright or recumbent bike.

There are some features you’ll want to consider when purchasing an exercise bike: look for models that have adjustable handlebars to suit your size, as well as ones that allow you to control the resistance. Some models have digital control panels and programs to allow you to  monitor heart rate and manage distances and approximations of calories burned.

As always, make sure you include a stretching and a 10 minute warmup before a session on the bike. This will help avoid injuries, and let you really get into it. A 10 minute warm down period is also a great way to aid recovery.

It’s also worth having a look at interval training techniques for a proven way to get the most out of your workouts.