Best Cyber Monday exercise bike deals: decent discounts from big brands

We've found the best money saving offers on exercise and smart bikes for Cyber Monday

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Exercise bikes are a fantastic way to get fit without leaving home. Whether you're time tight, juggling family life, or even just opting out of riding outside in the cold and dark, being able to hop on and cycle at any time is really convenient and super time efficient.  

Exercise bikes have undergone rapid change in the past few years, and models range vastly, catering for the total novice looking to introduce gentle non-weight bearing exercise, to professional athletes wanting to race online. 

Our page dedicated to the best exercise bikes and smart bikes will give you all you need to know, including lots of hints and tips on how to find your perfect home trainer. If you've landed here looking for a some money saving options, your in luck as we've got the Best Cyber Monday exercise bike deals from across the web.

Our hub page covers a huge range of the best Cyber Monday bike deals out there, so be sure to pop over for all the latest offers.

Smart bike Deals USA

Original Peloton bike: (opens in new tab)

Original Peloton bike: was $1,445 now $1,145 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

There's a $300 saving on the Original Peloton bike, which comes with a 22" screen. The monthly subscription service of $44 a month gives you unlimited access to live and on demand classes, on and off the bike, allowing you to track and monitor progress. One membership covers the entire household. 

Stages SB20 smart bike: was $3,149 (opens in new tab)

Stages SB20 smart bike: was $3,149 now $1,799.99 at Backcountry (opens in new tab)

The Stages bike packs quite a punch. It simulates outdoor riding through the use of electronic shifting, braking and steering along with a 50lb flywheel up to 3,000 watts of resistance. You can train to power thanks to a dual-sided power meter that's accurate to 1.5%, as well as link automatically to third party apps like Zwift.

Tacx Neo Bike Smart:  was $3,199.99 (opens in new tab)

Tacx Neo Bike Smart: was $3,199.99 now $2,719.99 at Competitive Cyclist (opens in new tab)
Built around the internals of Tacx's flagship Neo 2T indoor trainer, the Bike Smart offers the same ±1% power accuracy, simulation of 25% gradients and different road surfaces – as well as providing an incredibly stable platform for powerful sprinting.

Echelon EX-15 Smart Connect Indoor Cycling Bike:   (opens in new tab)

Echelon EX-15 Smart Connect Indoor Cycling Bike: was $499.99, now $349.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Echelon is one of the direct competitors of Peloton, with is more affordable range of bikes proving very appealing. The EX-15 comes with a 30-day free Echelon Membership (paid subscription thereafter) the brand say you'll have 3,000 live and on-demand classes to choose from, both on and off the bike. There's 32 levels of magnetic resistance, which will should make the bike a quieter option than a regular spin bike, but it's cheapest in the range because it doesn't come with a build in screen.

NordicTrack Commercial S15i Studio Cycle:  was $1499.99, (opens in new tab)

NordicTrack Commercial S15i Studio Cycle: was $1499.99, now $699.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This massive $600 saving is currently matching the Best Buy deal (opens in new tab), both coming with 30-day iFIT family, which includes live stream and on demand classes for up to five users ($39 a month there after). The large colour screen displays all the usual data, allowing users to Bluetooth in with their own headphones/ speakers. The USP for this exercise bike is that when teaming with the iFIT platform, instructors have remote access to your resistance - ensuring you really get a good workout from home!

Exercise bike deals USA

Vigbody Exercise Bike:  was $286.90 (opens in new tab)

Vigbody Exercise Bike: was $286.90 now$163.11 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
With its steel frame and 35lb flywheel the Vigbody bike is built for a stable and realistic riding experience. It's also belt driven, highly adjustable and has an LCD monitor to keep track of your ride data including time, speed, distance and calories burnt. It's easy to adjust resistance for a harder or easier workout.

Schwinn Recumbent Bike:  was $699 (opens in new tab)

Schwinn Recumbent Bike: was $699 now $449.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
We recently spoke about the benefits of aiming or ride out the saddle every 10-minutes or swop to a recumbent bike (opens in new tab) for men, so this home trainer option from indoor bike experts Schwinn may have much more appeal than usual! Use straight out the box or team with an on-line app and your own tablet for a more interactive session. Another Amazon Prime exclusive, so you'll need to act swiftly if your thinking of making a purchase.

Schwinn Fitness Indoor Cycling Exercise Bike:  was $1199.00 (opens in new tab)

Schwinn Fitness Indoor Cycling Exercise Bike: was $1199.00 now $799.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This spin bike comes with one year's membership to the JRNY on-line fitness platform and a full colour screen for a fully interactive spin style bike experience for either taking a on demand class or workout, such as one of the 50 global routes. Compatible with third party apps such as Peloton and Zwift (subject to relevant subscriptions). Alternatively, just go old school and use as a high quality spin bike like the Schwinn Fitness 800IC (opens in new tab)that we really rated when we reviewed.  

UK deals

Smart bike deals UK

Stages SB20 smart bike: was £2,249.00 (opens in new tab)

Stages SB20 smart bike: was £2,249.00 now £1,899.00 at Sigma Sports (opens in new tab)

We found the Stages SB20 (opens in new tab) to be pretty much bulletproof when we had it on test. It simulates outdoor riding through the use of electronic shifting, braking and steering along with a 23kg flywheel and up to 3,000 watts of resistance. Thanks to a dual-sided power meter that is accurate to 1.5%, you can train to power and link to third party apps such as Zwift as well.

Wahoo KICKR Bike Smart Trainer:  was £3,299.99 (opens in new tab)

Wahoo KICKR Bike Smart Trainer: was £3,299.99 now £2,199.99 at Sigma Sports (opens in new tab)

You can currently save a whopping £900 on a  Wahoo KICKR Bike Smart Trainer (opens in new tab) thanks to Sigma Sports. We thought the bike was so good when we had it on test that we gave it a Cycling Weekly Editor's Choice Award (opens in new tab). It's probably as immersive as you can get with not only the resistance remotely adjusted, but the tilt of the actual bike too. It's a brilliant ride feel, highly interactive with third party apps, such as Zwift and Trainer Road etc (subject to a subscription), but it does lack a tablet mount. Now that there's a decent discount, it seems easier to overlook!

Original Peloton Bike: was (opens in new tab)

Original Peloton Bike: was £1345 now £1095 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

We're guessing you've heard of Peloton, so you'll know by now that you'll need to subscribe to the firm's  All-Access Membership to make the most of you're purchase. When we tested the Peloton bike (opens in new tab) it wasn't our favourite, but with the cost of living £39 a month gets the whole household can take advantage and map their own fitness journey, taking live and on demand classes on and off the bike, suddenly making a much more feasible option than gym class alternatives. 

Echelon Connect EX3 Indoor Exercise Bike:  £1199.00 (opens in new tab)

Echelon Connect EX3 Indoor Exercise Bike: £1199.00 £699.99 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)
An immersive and interactive option from Echelon, but you'll need to provide your own monitor. Access to the same on-line training classes (for a monthly subscription), on and off the bike. It's one of the more basic models, but is a great compromise for a whole household to use from novice who are looking for motivation, to experienced riders wanting to mix training up with a bit of indoor riding fun. 

Exercise bike deals UK

£169.99 (opens in new tab)

Evolve spin bike: £169.99 £139.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Equipped with Bluetooth, the Evolve spin bike with a 10kg flywheel enables you to use smart phone fitness apps to aid your training goals - and there's even an holder for your phone and tablet. Even without this you can measure time and speed as well as track your pulse - all of which is shown on an easy-to-read LCD display. 

Crane Exercise bike: was £99.99 (opens in new tab)

Crane Exercise bike: was £99.99 now 49.99 at Aldi  (opens in new tab)

Yes it's a very basic exercise bike, but for someone looking to start introducing a gentle exercise plan, this could be enough to get them up and cycling. I've actually got a few Crane items myself, and am more than happy with the durability, finding myself still using equipment and gear several years down the line. It comes with pulse sensors to monitor your ride as you go and a handy table holder to keep you occupied when  spinning to win.