Advantage Fitness Upright Cycle

Advantage Fitness Upright Cycle

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Description & Features+

Compact, styish stationary cycle.

Set up dimensions: 34"L x 21"W x 49"H

Carton dimensions: 29.5"L x 9"W x 18.5"H

Gross weight: 50 lb

Customer Service: 1 888 707-1880

  • Variable tension
  • Easy to read monitor
  • Displays time, speed, distance, calories, pulse and scan
  • Comfortable, 2 tone seat
  • Adjustable height
  • Balanced pedals with straps
  • Adjustable rear levelers for added frame stability
  • Maximum user weight: 250 lb


Shipping Product Length
29.50 IN
Shipping Product Width
9.05 IN
Shipping Product Height
18.50 IN
Shipping Product Weight
49.60 LB
Advantage Fitness
Supplier Warranty

1 year parts and frame

Supplier Warranty Length
1 year
Product Identifiers
Walmart Item #
901898, 30056333
Model #
Group #

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Ratings & Reviews+

Advantage Fitness Upright Cycle is rated 4.0625 out of 5 by 32.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Value for money The cycle was a little difficult to put together as a few parts didn't fit properly. But once it was all together it worked well. It didn't fall apart and it was quiet. The display was big enough for me to see without my glasses and it was compact enough to fit in my small apartment. Couldn't ask for a better cycle machine for under $200.
Date published: 2012-10-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good value for the money I bought this exercise bike to help in my recovery from hip replacement surgery. I would be riding outside if not for the ice and snow. The bike was easy to assemble, but I used real tools, not the flimsy ones provided. I bought this after using a professional exercise bike in a PT gym. While there's no comparison in quality, durability and features, this one is still a good value, even at the regular price of $140. I will list here what I did not like about this product: 1. No graduations on resistance knob. 2. Seat only adjusts up and down in very coarse increments and no back and forth or angle adjustment. Can't mount a real bicycle saddle. 3. No cadence (rpm) readout on the computer. This would be far more useful than "speed" on a stationary bike. (I made a conversion chart for cadence.) 4. The heart rate monitor is completely out of whack and useless. It reads very low approaching maximum. If you want to monitor your heart rate, get a real monitor because you could easily exceed your maximum using this one. 5. Because of the large screen, it would have been better to display several parameters instead of having to choose just one or scan through them. What I like: 1. I like the large LCD readout and all the parameters it shows, except as noted above. 2. I like the magnetic resistance brake. It's much smoother than the friction rollers that were found on the old exercise bikes. 3. It does not take up much room. To sum up, while this bike is nothing like the $1000+ professional models, it has many of the same features and is quite sturdy and well-made, at least for someone weighing under 250 lbs.
Date published: 2013-01-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A new me I put this bike together by myself and actually had no problems. I was worried about missing parts from a review I had read before purchase but thankfully all parts were together. I do enjoy using my cycle and seems to be holding up very well. I would recommend this cycle and the price was very reasonable.
Date published: 2013-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product for the Price! Gets the job done! We now have 2 of these exercise bikes in our home. One upstairs and one downstairs, they have turned out to be a very durable units as one of them is now a year old and is still in use and we purchased the second one for our daughter. They do not take up a lot of room and a great if you are just looking for a bike ride and do not want a lot of bells and whistles!
Date published: 2013-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good choice for a low budget exercise bike When we bought the product, we had a few constraints - it should not take too much space, it should be cheap, and it should be light-weight. This product met all of the requirements. We are currently using it and find it satisfactory. Although I am quite doubtful about the calorie calculation part, the rest of the parts are okay and running smooth.
Date published: 2013-02-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I've had the bike for three weeks and ride 10k's per day and really like it. It was easy to assemble, takes up very little room, and seems to be helping my circulation problem. The seat could be a bit more comfortable, but is acceptable as is. For the money I consider it a great value.
Date published: 2013-03-05
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