Recumbent bikes with magnetic resistance use the principles of magnetism, ie. the possibility of a magnet to attract and repel. By controlling the electrical current flow through the magnet, you can change the resistance of the pedals by using the magnetic field. Magnetic recumbent bikes are quiet, require less effort from you and pressure on the bike itself.


Cycling offers a wide range of benefits to the body which can help build muscle strength, increase stamina, and improve your cardiovascular health, making you less susceptible to heart diseases and weight problems. Recumbent bikes offer a wide range of benefits. The technology behind the recumbent bike is in many ways an improvement from that of the upright bike. Users find it much more comfortable and it is possible to scale up the intensity of exercises depending on your objectives. 


The biggest distinguishing factor of a recumbent bike is you perform the exercises whilst in a sitting position. You need to lie on your back and stretch out your legs in order to reach the pedals. The pedal is located at the front of the machine instead of at the bottom as you will find on a regular bike. The product provides you with a very comfortable seat to give you those properties.



 The benefits of magnetic recumbent bike


  • Distributes your Weight Evenly across a larger surface area 

When using an upright bike, most of your weight is concentrated in a small area, around the saddle. This makes the exercise less efficient as key body parts are not fully worked. Over a long period of time, you might experience some pain due to the pressure of your back and lower tendons. Recumbent bike distributes your weight evenly over your buttocks and lower back reducing stress and making you feel comfortable.


  • Builds more Endurance

The comfort that comes with using recumbent bikes means that you can go on for longer, thereby helping you to build endurance and increasing the health benefits of cycling. Quite a number of people find cycling difficult, easily warm up to recumbent bikes as they find them enjoyable to use. This includes the elderly and those with terminal body injuries.


  • Good choice for most people with neurological conditions

 A recumbent bike is a good choice for most people with neurological conditions since the bike provides a workout for individuals of all ability levels.



  • Improves Cardiovascular Health

This bike improves your cardiovascular systems as it reduces pressure on the chest and lungs, thus aiding breathing. Due to the position you are in when using this bike, blood is able to flow through all parts of the body easily thereby reducing the incidences of cramps and muscle joint pains. Oxygen flow through the lungs and other body parts help you achieve longer distances and give you a healthier hearts. 


  • Good for the abdominal muscles 

Once you start using a recumbent bike, you not only get to exercise your lower body area but also the abs. After a month or so, your body will have developed the necessary muscles to get the most from this workout.


  • Recumbent Bike is much Safer

When compared to a regular bike, there are fewer chances of you hurting yourself. As your body is much closer to the ground you are less likely to incur major injuries should you fall. It is much easier to brake and control when cycling at higher speeds. Recumbent bikes are generally safer because you cannot stand up on the pedals.


  • Adjustable magnetic resistance

The main function of the magnetic resistance is to provide quick, easy and reliable changes to the resistance level and it also allows the exercise bike to track the resistance level with the computer and display workout data on the screen.