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Yellow falling leaves and the last rays of sunlight encourage to catch, perhaps the last, chance for an active afternoon on a bike. In the winter warm clothes restrict your movements and a layer of ice on the bike path can effectively discourage you from undertaking this activity. How about cycling in the winter at home? In shorts, T-shirt and with your favorite TV series playing in the background? Sounds appealing, doesn’t it?
Bike trainer is a device to which you can mount the bike you ride on the street every day. There are three types of such devices:
Trainers are mostly opted for by enthusiasts who love to ride their bikes and are used to them, or professionals who are preparing for long distance rides in the winter during the warmer months
Stationary bike from the trainer differs primarily in construction and price. Trainers are much cheaper, but to use it you necessarily need to own a bike. Trainers are mostly chosen by professionals, who train on their equipment in winter for spring cycling trips or competitions. If you like to ride your bike and have a smaller budget, choose a trainer. On the other hand, if you don’t care about the equipment, but you want to exercise specific parts of your body, focus on choosing the right stationary bike
Manufacturers are outdoing themselves in creating stationary bikes to best suit the needs of consumers. There are so many models that it is sometimes hard to decide which station ary bike to choose.
There are 3 basic types of stationary bikes:
When choosing a stationary bike, carefully determine your expectations from the device. Consider what body parts you want to exercise, what budget you have and how much space at home you can devote to a stationary bike. After determining your preferences it will be easier for you to choose the right model.
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