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  • Mini exercise bike
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    Was used for therapy after knee surgery. Worked fine.

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    Clara S. February 28, 2016
  • bike sub-standard
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    The tension knob doesn't change the tension of the pedals at all. One of the pedals keep falling off. I bought the bike because I have up-coming knee surgery and wanted to try to strengthen my knees.

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    kilgore23 December 24, 2013
  • Very nice!
    Verified Purchase

    This mini bike is surprisingly well made for what I paid for it. I didn't expect top quality for the price, but it did exceed my expectations. The one criticism I would make is that the tension control to make it easier or harder to pedal doesn't change the tension very much. It doesn't really have a setting that requires much additional effort to pedal, but as I stated before, considering the price, it is something I can overlook!

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    suzendee May 24, 2013
  • Portable bike
    Verified Purchase

    Got this for my 85 year old father in law who just had hip Surgery and the product was easy to put together. It was perfect because he did not need ankle weights because of the tension levels . He also can use use it for his upper body and work his cardio. It also is sturdy and does not skid it comes with a mat.

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    terrilee14 April 15, 2013
  • Easy exercise for the knees
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    Good exercise for your knees although I would have liked it to have more resistance between position 1 and position 8. It is not as much of a workout as I expected. The computer display is relatively easy to read.

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    whiteley14 March 20, 2012
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