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  • Electric exercise bikes allow you to choose from a number of different routines from flat surfaces to hills. You can either choose a quick start setting or a pre-programmed mode.

    Electric exercise bikes allow you to choose from a number of different routines from flat surfaces to hills. Bikes are also a good option for people who are recovering from injury as they allow you to control the pace and resistance level of your exercise.

  • Riding a nonelectric stationary bike mirrors the experience of road racing more closely than riding an electric exercise bike. Like the bike you'd ride outdoors on the pavement, a nonelectric indoor bike requires you to adjust your exertion level instead of waiting for a computerized course to change the resistance level. While exact models vary, the electronic gear adjusters can also make pedaling an electric bike feel choppy and less natural than riding on a resistance indoor cycle.

    Riding a nonelectric stationary bike mirrors the experience of road racing more closely than riding an electric exercise bike. Like the bike you'd ride outdoors on the pavement, a nonelectric indoor bike requires you to adjust your exertion level instead of waiting for a computerized course to change the resistance level. While exact models vary, the electronic gear adjusters can also make pedaling an electric bike feel choppy and less natural than riding on a resistance indoor cycle.

  • Shop Sears Outlet for a full selection of exercise bikes, stationary bikes and indoor cycling bikes. Stationary bikes are a great way to benefit from cycling without having to leave the house or attend a indoor cycling class!

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If you're exercising on a resistance bike alone, you must rely on yourself to push yourself by speeding up or adding resistance. If you're in a class or exercising with a DVD, the instructor tells you when to work harder. But an electric exercise bike tracks everything from the distance you've gone to the number of calories you've burned. These numbers can be found on the computer screen mounted on the front of the bike. Those who enjoy monitoring their workout details, such as the average number of revolutions per minute or the distance they've covered in the past 20 minutes, can find a nonelectric cycling bike disorienting and frustrating. Conversely, seasoned cyclists who gauge their workout intensity by heart rate or perceived exertion can find tracking a computer screen distracting.