My new stationary bike was delivered yesterday

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  • Rafe

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    Is it a standard upright or a recumbent? Only way I can, reasonably comfortably, get into aerobic territory for a 20 minutes-plus ride is on a recumbent bike. Mine had a crapton of miles on it, was 25 years old, and finally gave up the ghost in May. I need to buy a new one. Going to the gym 4 to 6 days a week for weight training is one thing, but an additional 3 or 4 trips for cardio... Well, I've mostly been skipping the cardio.

    I've been looking at the NordicTrack R35, but the $1,500 price tag has me more than a little, er, daunted. I could buy a decent rifle or 1911 for $1,500. :)
     

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    I can sit upright or recumbent. Also, it folds up to fit in a closet. When it is folded up you can tilt it up onto castors to wheel it around. Our closets have enough stuff in them already. The bike will reside in the garage and come in when it’s too hot or cold. I’ll likely bring it in to ride just to watch TV.
    I rode it for twenty minutes this morning.
     
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