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Exerpeutic Folding Magnetic Upright Exercise Bike with Pulse, 31.0′ L x 19.0′ W x 46.0′ H (1200)



Exerpeutic Folding Magnetic Upright Exercise Bike Review


With so many exercise bikes available on the market in 2021, it can be different to choose the right one. What’s more, each bike serves a different purpose.

If you’re looking for a light to moderate workout, the Exerpeutic Magnetic Exercise Bike is a great choice. It’s not as advanced as some of the other bikes we’ve reviewed; however, it’s a great option for beginners.

In this article, we’re going to review the Exerpeutic Magnetic Exercise Bike in great detail. By the time you’ve finished reading, you’ll know whether it’s right for you or not.


Here’s What You Need To Know About This Exercise Bike…


A Simple Exercise Bike


As a beginner, you don’t need a fancy bike with all the most up-to-date features. A simple exercise bike is more than enough for a great workout. If you go for a more advanced option, you may become overwhelmed with all the features.

That brings us to our next point…

The Exerpeutic Magnetic Exercise Bike is the definition of ‘simple’. 

It isn’t the most aesthetically pleasing exercise bike on the market; however, it’s enough to get you breaking a sweat and burning those calories.


Cloud-Like Comfort


If theirs one thing you should look out for when choosing an exercise bike, it’s comfort. An uncomfortable bike will leave you feeling stiff, sore, and dreading your next workout.

With this in mind, you’ll be happy to hear this one has a large padded seat that provides you with cloud-like comfort. It measures a total of 14.6”, which is a lot bigger than other brands on the market.

With all this extra room, your body will be evenly balanced, preventing the chance of slipping off the seat.

If you’re on the taller (or smaller) side, you can adjust the seat to your preferred height. This bike is suitable for people between 5.3” and 6.1”. If you’re taller than 6.1”, you can still use it; however, it may be a little uncomfortable.

The adjustable seat also makes getting on and off super easy. It’s not too high that you have to climb onto the bike.

When it comes to weight, it can support up to 300 lbs. If you weigh more than 300 lbs, check out this great alternative (Internal Link to Cyclace Exercise Bike)


LED Screen And Console


As with most exercise bikes, the Exerpeutic Magnetic comes with a LED screen and console. The data this provides is great for tracking your workouts each week.

You can see your time, distance, speed, calories, and odometer. You’re probably familiar with most of these metrics; however, we wanted to go over the purpose of an odometer.

Odometers can be found in all vehicles. They measure the distance traveled. To use this metric effectively, you should aim to beat your previous distance on the odometer.

Anyhow, now you know what an odometer is, it’s time to talk about a cool little feature we discovered…

As standard, the display alternates between each benchmark every 6 seconds. This makes it difficult to hone in on a specific number. Luckily, Exerpeutic has made it possible to only display one metric at a time.

Simply press the button on the computer and the display screen will lock in a single metric.

Also, the exercise bike’s computer will automatically shut off if the pedals aren’t moving. On the flip side, the system will fire up when it detects pedal movement.


Resistance Levels


Okay, now we’re getting to the good part — the resistance levels.

The resistance levels determine how intense (or laid back) your workout is going to be. As we said previously, this bike is more suitable for beginners, so it’s not going to have you on the verge of death every time you workout…

That doesn’t mean you won’t get a good workout in though.

Using the adjustable resistance knob, you can choose between 8 different levels. Turn it clockwise to increase the resistance and anti-clockwise to lower it.

If you’re a beginner, we recommend starting with lower resistance and gradually working your way up until you can muscle your way through a level 8 workout…

The last thing you want to do is injure yourself!

Furthermore, some exercise bikes don’t come with markings to determine the level of resistance. For this reason, we give the Exrpeutic Magnetic Exercise bike a bonus point.


Set Up And Portability


An indoor exercise bike that isn’t portable may be okay for some people; however, dragging 100kg between the rooms in your home isn’t ideal.

That’s why it’s important to choose one that is lightweight, portable, and easy to set up.

When it comes to the Experpeutic Magnetic Exercise Bike, it gets five stars in all of these departments.

It takes a while to set up, but you’ll have an instruction manual by your side guiding you through the process. If you give it your full attention, you can have it set up and ready to go in only 45 minutes.

Once all the parts have been attached, it only weighs 39 pounds. This means you can easily move it throughout your home without putting strain on your back.

The only thing we would like to see added is some small wheels attached to the bottom of the frame. This would make it even easier to move around.


  • Simple design
  • Perfect for beginners
  • Large seat
  • Comfortable
  • Adjustable seat
  • LED screen and console
  • 8 Resistance levels
  • Easy setup
  • Portable


  • Doesn’t have wheels attached to the bottom of the frame
  • It can be uncomfortable if you’re taller than 6.1”


The Exerpeutic Magnetic Exercise Bike is our first choice for beginners. It has the perfect balance of features so you can push your limits without injuring yourself in the process.

If you’re a proud owner of the Exerpeutic Magnetic Exercise Bike, we would love to hear your feedback! Drop a comment below this article and we will get back to you as soon as we can.