The Progression Club 24 Spin bike is sure to withstand the hardest of spin classes and the most intense training. The commercial grade frame and 24kg flywheel ensures a quality session of sweating. The Progression Club 24 is also belt driven so it's quiet and that one step up in smoothness. Not to mention the direct drive system will allow you to get that same challenging resistance when you pedal backwards.
Quiet - Smooth - Intense
- 52.8 lbs. (24 kg) flywheel
- Micro vertical and horizontal adjustment of handlebars and seat
- Large easy to use adjustment knobs
- Belt drive for a silent workout
- Direct drive - for resistance when pedaling forward and backward
- Emergency braking system
- Long life brake pad on top of the flywheel for a more even consistent feel
- Cushioned ergonomic saddle with comfort groove
- Extra large 29” front and rear stabilizers for increased stability
- Levelling pads on front and rear to protect floors and provide a secure feel on uneven surfaces
- Front transport wheels
- 2 water bottle holder locations
- Pedals include toe strap and SPD clips
- Foot Print: 44”L x 29”W (110 cm x 72.5 cm)
- Weight: 123.5 lbs. (56.06 kg)
- Shipping dimensions: 43.5”L x 9.5”W x 34.5” (109 cm x 24 cm x 87 cm)
- Shipping weight: 134 lbs. (60.86 kg)
- Excellent Bike
We purchased two of these bikes to help in our training during the winter months. At first we were concerned with the price of these bikes, but once we were educated on the quality and got to sit on these bikes we were sold.
The bike itself is of commercial-grade quality. I have seen several of these bikes in gyms locally. I know this investment is great as this bike seems virtually unbreakable. The ride is smooth, and adjusting the bike is quick.
We previously had another cheaper bike from costco, but this bike needed constant repair and the ride and transition between resistance was rough.
I would give this bike 5 stars across the board for value in terms of the quality of equipment you are getting.
Quality Price Value
- Nothing can go wrong with this bike
I have looked at numerous spin bikes, and really went the extra mile to find one that will have no issues in the future. I started out wanting a fancy bike with WIFI and fancy programs, and started reading about the reliability issues on such units. I looked at Procor, Livestrong, and Trixster bikes, and many in between. None were near as sturdy at this bike, or solid. Many made noise, did not have clip on peddles, or even had plastic peddles! I was very fortunate and found this bike used for half the cost of a new one, with a whole bunch of virtual biking DVDs.
I am six feet tall with a 38" inseam, and have issues fitting a bike correctly. This bike fits me perfectly! My only issue is I hate the seat, since it is a torture device for a woman (have no clue how men deal with it), but it is very well made and durable. The paint is really nice and sprayed on thick. The welds on the bike are nice, the peddles are excellent. It is super sturdy and the flywheel is extra heavy. I like that it has an emergency brake as well.
I know it has no electronics for anything, but this is good. I know the bike will last for decades without even a hiccup. I have a bunch of virtual biking DVDs and can run them while my hubby watched TV on the other side of the living-room. The bike is totally silent, and that is a huge deal. Many of the bikes I saw, made noise, and that would make me crazy. From what I can see, there is nothing to really to service on this bike. The belt is a heavy duty one, and I cannot see there ever being an issue with it.
I love this bike, it may not have all the fancy things, that many others do out there, but I am cool with that. I feel very confident that the bike will never break. I really love this unit, and it is very nice to ride.
Price Value Quality
- superb quality and great easy work out
This spin bike is a work of solid commercial quality. Even before getting on it, you get a sense of its solidity. And never mind comparing to the plastic and gizmo-laden exercise bikes or other bone jarring equipment, even compared to other high quality, brand name spin bikes, this one stands on its own. I'm a big guy with cyclists thighs and this bike did not budge when I'm riding on it. Even standing up and pounding a high resistance with the swaying back and forth, the extra heavy duty and wider stand does not move.
The seat and handle bars adjust easily; and I've got a second softer seat for my wife that I've put onto another seat post c-clamp for quick swaps. The pedals are accurate, the flywheel heavy and smooth, the braking is fast and the sound is pure sweet silence. The only reason to turn up the TV when spinning at speed is to overcome my heavy breathing. Putting it away is simple as tilting the bike forward with the comfortable multi-position handle bars and using 1 hand to guide it along.
The only thing missing is a cadence computer but I've got one on order. Not sure if one can fit a regular bike computer on it.
Go to the Calgary NW store and Alex or Rob will take care of you. Friendly, easy going, no pressure service with the experience of 2 guys that obviously keep fit.
Price Value Quality
- Love this bike
Was looking for a spinkbike before Christmas and was all over the map. Saw some at fitnesstown, cantire and even one at costco. This one was priced okay and it is a belt drive so it's really really quiet. Little squeaks and noises drives me bonkers so I definitely tried this thing out before buying.
Do not regret it one bit.
One suggestion, have a better user manual. The bike is easy to put together and took 5 minutes but it had no details about the bike in the manual. Had to search for it online.
Price Value Quality
- commercial quality
The owner of my gym bought 20 of these for spin classes from the store in Calgary. After 2 months of using them, I bought my own from the NW location. Rob Weppler gave me a great deal.
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