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Schwinn A20 Recumbent Exercise Bike Review

Updated on April 20, 2016

Schwinn A20 Recumbent Exercise Bike Review

The Schwinn A20 is a great entry-level recumbent exercise bike at a great price.

Schwinn has over 100 years of design and engineering experience and they are rapidly becoming one of the leading names in quality and affordable exercise equipment.

Enjoy working out in the comfort of your own home, when it suits you with the Schwinn A20.

Recumbent exercise bikes give greater support for the neck and spine than upright bikes and this machine functions quietly and effectively.

Here's Why This Piece Of Exercise Equipment Won't End Up In A Garage Sale

The eddy current resistance system is computer controlled and the A20 offers a choice of 8 different resistance levels to keep your body in peak condition.

Via the LCD console, you can monitor your workout performance. It monitors time, RPM, distance, pulse, speed, calories and the resistance level you're currently using.

The comfortable extra wide padded seat offers padding and support and can be adjusted easily to accommodate most shapes and sizes up to 275 pounds. The extra wide leveling feet offer ultimate stability so you can work out without the machine moving around.

The added transport wheels mean you can move the Schwinn A20 with ease before and after use.

Schwinn A20 Recumbent Bike Review

All the tools are included when the Schwinn A20 is delivered which means you can get it built without having to visit a hardware store or borrow tools from a neighbor! I did have some help putting it together but it all fit together perfectly.

The Schwinn A20 is quiet and a nice looking machine that I can put away after use. It doesn't take up much space when I am using it.

After a few weeks of use I got a weird clicking noise but I ignored it and it went away. That's my only minor complaint - I certainly can't complain about the price.

Bottom Line

The Schwinn A20 recumbent exercise bike is a quality piece of exercise equipment at a great price. Now it's up to you to use it. If you do, you'll get the results you want.

This Brief Review Says It All

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      5 years ago

      Yes, all the time. Along with Ellipticals and treadmills!


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