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Flaman Fitness

Progression Fitness Club 40 Bike

Regular Price: $2,199.00 Save $400.00

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It’s hard to believe a spin bike this powerful can stay anchored to one spot! The Progression Fitness Club 40 Spin Bike offers superior construction, features and performance to spin class members and home users alike. Its heavy-duty frame welcomes the sweat from a tough workout, as it is double powder-coated to prevent rust and corrosion

That’s what happens when you meet the on-screen challenge of 32 levels of resistance. A single adjustment knob allows you to shift through them all, while you take a driving, low-impact sprint on standard SPD pedals. A drop-down handle bar gives you that road bike feel option and also doubles as a dual water bottle cage for those fluids you’ll want to replenish.  

Spinning can give any participant a lot more than a vigorous ride. All that pedaling improves blood flow, stamina and blood pressure while toning muscle groups from your legs to your core – and additional hand weights can bring those benefits to your upper body, as well. It’s known to provide mood elevation beyond realizing all the great things you’re doing for your whole body – which will get you trimmer and trimmer with 400 to 600 calories burned in an average session. That’s before you really kick it up.  

When you do, the Club 40 picks up on the extra wattage your intensity generates – and lets you know it via a colour change on your interactive monitor. This feature enables spin class instructors to call out the leaders of the pack, while home users can bask in the instant glow of another milestone passed.  



Bike Type
Levels of Resistance
Resistance Type
# of Programs
Mobile App Available
Connection Type
AUX Input
Display Type
Interactive screen included
Heart Rate Monitor
Adjustable Features
Handlebars, Seat
Dual sided SPD pedals
Cell phone mounting bracket
Moving Wheels
Flywheel Weight (lbs)
Max User Weight (lbs)
Footprint - Length
Footprint - Width (inches
Footprint - Height (inches)
Machine Weight (lbs)
Plug-in Requirements
10 Years Frame | 3 Years Parts | 2 Years Labour | 1 Year Wearable items


Dual sided SPD pedals

handle bars drop-down

Racking Drop-down handle bar with dual water bottle cage

Poly-V Belt

Silent Poly-V belt with anti-skip pedaling

More Features

Interactive LCD Screen 
Display shows levels, calories, speed, distance, RPM, time, wattage, and pulse.

Features QuickStart and programmable time and distance goals

click here for more info


Excellent all round
I love this thing.its very quiet. It was easy to assemble and the computer recognized my polar h10 without any need to sink it. It did come with a heartrate chest strap but I already had the h10.
Review by Jwin / (Posted on 2019-03-31)
Nice Aggressive Bike
Seven years ago I bought an upright bike, however spin bikes were becoming popular. This bike is probably third generation. It has the magnetic drive system and a digital tension display. It is the most solid bike I have seen. Now if you go with Peloton than that bike offers unbeatable display content but it is very expensive but worth looking into. Here this bike is very competitive if you push for 45, 50, and 60 minute workouts. You will very likely achieve your bodies limitations. The ride is smooth and you can feel the difference as you increase the tension even by one single increment after reaching your comfort zone. It is sensitive, which means that it is also accurate. The lean of this bike is aggressive, and I slightly tilted my bike seat forward, just a bit and that made sense to me to do. I usually bike leaning on the handle bars or else sitting up without hands. The upright standing position seemed awkward because the handle bars are out of reach. I have come to believe that the lighter and more athletic body types would prefer this aggressive forward lean because they can stay down on the handles longer and also have better balance leaning forward when sprinting/racing. I am overweight but I am now accustomed to the bike. It is takes a much greater toll on the cardio vascular system than the old upright bike but that is what I wanted.
Review by Dean / (Posted on 2019-02-23)
Solid Bike and very quiet...
We were going to use a trainer on our bikes but that is a pain off and on , so we decided on this bike , expensive but well worth the money, we use it watching Garmin bike videos on the big screen.
Review by dudley / (Posted on 2018-12-24)
Worth the Price
The Club 40 feels like a top dollar gym bike - in fact it feels better than some gym bikes I've been on. This thing is solid. The peddles it came with look ok but I did swap them with my road bike peddles because my bike shoes have unusual clips. I like the color changing interactive screen and I like the color of the bike - black - it looks cool in my man-cave.
Review by Cave Dweller / (Posted on 2018-11-24)

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