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Old 05-20-2005, 06:06 PM   #1
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im looking for a good affordable stationary bike so i can get in some morning cardio. any suggestions as far as dependable companies, good places to buy them, which types work best?
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Just a thought, but we have mountain bikes we like to ride. Instead of buying another stationary bike(we have a recumbent bike and hate it), we decided to buy a couple of trainers to put our mountain bikes on when we aren't outside riding. They vary in brand, cost and style, and we decided to get the Cycleops trainers and love them. It is great for doing HIIT training with as well.

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