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The phrase “best exercise bikes” probably makes you think of Peloton, NordicTrack, Schwinn, Echelon, or brands with bikes well above $1,000. But what if you’re just looking for a straightforward bike, or don’t have money for a big-name brand?

Our group of certified personal trainers, competitive triathletes, and home gym equipment experts have tested dozens of the best budget exercise bikes that are low on cost but high on value. Whether you’re looking for a foldable exercise that can fit behind a sofa and still hold up to daily use, or you’re in the market for a CrossFit-style exercise bike we’ve got you covered.

8 Best Budget Exercise Bikes

Best Budget Cycling Bike: YOSUDA Indoor Cycling Bike

Good for: Anyone looking for a studio cycling bike at a budget-friendly price 

A Cheaper Cycling Bike

YOSUDA Indoor Cycling Bike

Product Highlights

  • Affordable at around $300
  • The bike is compact and easily portable
  • Comes with caged pedals for extra grip
  • Free replacement parts for a year

Pros & Cons


  • Affordable at around $300
  • Bike is compact and easily portable
  • Comes with caged pedals for extra grip
  • Free replacement parts for a year


  • Doesn’t have built-in dynamic programming or any smart features
  • A lot of parts, from the device holder to the pedals, feel flimsy
  • Some reviewers claim the bike has fallen apart in a matter of weeks

Bottom Line

A budget-friendly exercise bike that provides a good ride, but lacks long-term durability.

The YOSUDA Indoor Cycling Bike has just about everything you need in an exercise bike: Heavy 35-pound flywheel (only 3 pounds less than the high-end Peloton bike), belt drive for a smooth and quiet ride, micro-adjustments to customize the workout experience to your fitness goals, and adjustable handlebars and caged toe pedals. 

Yosuda bike in GGR warehouse

You’ll also get a bike that’s lightweight and compact and stays secure during the most intense rides (ours had minimal wobbling when we put it to the test). That’s a lot for a bike that sells for around $300, but that price point means it’s not what most would consider “high-quality.” 

For one, the YOSUDA bike is not made with the most durable materials. Ours had a small tear in the seat cover after barely any use and our LCD screen never felt secure no matter how hard we tried to tighten it. Other reviewers have complained about parts, such as the pedals falling off during use. 

You also won’t be getting any built-in dynamic programming, but that’s to be expected for a bike at this price tag. 

If you’re simply looking to put some pedal to the metal and get your heart rate pumping while on a budget, then we still recommend this bike. The workout experience was smooth and quiet, surprisingly so for a bike that utilizes friction resistance, and if taken care of it should last you at least a few years.  

It’s also a great choice for beginners who want to get used to the feeling of a cycling bike before spending cycling-bike money. 

For more, read our full YOSUDA bike review

Weight68 lbs.
Footprint40″ L x 22″ W x 45″ H
ResistanceMicro-adjustable friction resistance
User weight capacity300 lbs.
Screen/console LCD
Max user height N/A

Best Budget Exercise Bike Under $500: Sunny Health and Fitness Synergy Magnetic

Good for: Home gym owners who have a slightly larger budget, but still don’t want to spend a lot of money. 

A Great Value

Sunny Health and Fitness SF-B1002 Belt Drive Indoor Cycling Trainer

Product Highlights

  • 49-lb flywheel
  • 275-lb user weight capacity
  • Stable
  • Feels like road bicycle
  • Under $300

Pros & Cons


  • Priced under $400
  • 49-pound flywheel provides a smooth ride
  • Hundreds of micro levels of resistance adjusted manually
  • Four-way adjustable seat and two-way adjustable multi-grip handlebars
  • Conveniences like water bottle holder and transportation wheels


  • Leather pad resistance will eventually require maintenance
  • No monitor or display at all
  • No tech compatibility
  • No preset workouts

Bottom Line

A budget-friendly exercise bike that provides a good amount of bang for not too much buck.

For those who want a slightly nicer budget exercise bike, but still aren’t looking to break the bank, please allow us to introduce the Sunny Health and Fitness Synergy Magnetic Classic bike. The main reason this bike is more expensive than the others on this list is because it uses magnetic resistance. 


That means you don’t have pads hitting the flywheel, which eliminates the whooshing sound you get on friction bikes, and you won’t have to fix those pads in the future when they inevitably wear down. 

If that wasn’t enough, the bike also comes with a four-way adjustable seat, dumbbell holders, media stand, floor stabilizers, and water bottle holder. Those are features we’ve seen omitted on exercise bikes twice (and sometimes thrice) the cost of this one, so you’re getting an incredible value. 

There’s two versions of this bike: Classic and Pro. The Classic comes with a slightly lighter flywheel (30 pounds, compared to the Pro’s 40 pounds) so that means your rides won’t be quite as smooth. That shouldn’t be too much of a problem, especially since the bike has a wide range of micro-adjustable resistance levels that should challenge most home gym owners. 

There have been some reviews stating the bike has arrived chipped or damaged, which is probably due to the fact that it’s made with a lot of plastic to bring the price down. Try to notice any such damage as soon as possible, as the bike only comes with a six-month warranty on parts. 

Weight88.2 lbs.
Footprint‎22″D x 49″W x 50.5″H
ResistanceMicro-adjustable magnetic resistance
User weight capacity275 lbs.
Screen/console LCD
Max user height N/A

Best Budget Air Bike: Assault AirBike

Good for: Anyone who needs an air bike but doesn’t have a large budget

Affordable Air Bike

Assault AirBike

GGR Score: 4.3 starstarstarstarstar

Product Highlights

  • Heavy-duty exercise bike
  • Monitor is easy to use
  • Affordably priced
  • Uses a chain drive, not a belt drive

Pros & Cons


  • A staple in many CrossFit gyms
  • Great, easy-to-use monitor
  • Made of mostly metal for great durability
  • Matte black finish
  • Comfortable seat
  • Rubber grips on handles are very durable
  • Affordable for an air bike


  • Chain-driven system that requires additional upkeep
  • Some rocking side to side
  • Screws may come loose often

Bottom Line

The Assault AirBike was once the standard air bike for CrossFit athletes. In our testing and reviews of the bike, we’ve found it to be durable and enjoyable (not in the traditional sense) to use.

“Budget-friendly” is a relative term here, but if you’re looking for an inexpensive air bike, your best choice is the Assault AirBike. This used to be the official CrossFit Games air bike but was replaced by the more expensive Rogue Echo Bike.

Our previous pick for the best air bike for those on a budget was the Titan Fan Bike, but Assault Fitness recently dropped the price on this classic air bike so we’re recommending this one now. As GGR fitness writer and CrossFit enthusiast Amanda Capritto explains, the Assault AirBike is one of the most bomb-proof exercise bikes on the market.

assault bike classic in use

“If it can last many years being used by hundreds of people in a CrossFit box it will last you a lifetime in your home gym,” Amanda notes.

One thing we’ll point out is the chain-drive system is noisier than the belt drive you find on the Rogue Echo Bike, and it requires some regular cleaning. A chain drive is one way Assault Fitness is able to bring this bike’s cost down, since belt drives are more expensive to produce.

RELATED: Rogue Echo Bike vs. Assault AirBike

The bike is relatively lightweight at under 100 pounds, though it still feels sturdy even when you’re going super fast during your workout. It doesn’t come with a wind guard but our testers liked the feeling of the wind whooshing back at them, but if that’s a deal-breaker then we recommend the Titan.

Read our full Assault Bike reviews for more thoughts.

Weight‎95 lbs.
Footprint50.95” L x 23.34” W x 50” H
User weight capacity300 lbs.
Screen/console LCD
Max user height N/A

Best Budget Folding Exercise Bike: Marcy Foldable Exercise Bike

Good for: Anyone who needs a compact but functional stationary bike

Compact and Functional

Marcy Fitness Upright Foldable Exercise Bike

Product Highlights

  • Sturdy
  • 14-gauge steel frame
  • Adjustable seat
  • Transport wheels for portability
  • Comfortable seat
  • 8 resistance levels
  • Weighs just 37 lbs

Pros & Cons


  • Sturdy, even when pedaling hard
  • Design is aesthetically pleasing
  • Comfortable padded seat
  • Made of 14-gauge steel


  • Heavier than most competitors
  • Shows only basic stats (time, distance, calories)
  • No heart rate monitoring

Bottom Line

A sturdy and affordable exercise bike that's a great fit for home gyms of any sizes.

While doing research for this piece, we found a lot of praise for the Marcy Foldable Exercise Bike, and it didn’t take us long to find out why. This thing feels incredibly durable and smooth compared to most other folding exercise bikes, which can feel a little wobbly and unsecure during heavy use. 

Budget-friendly home gym equipment typically isn’t made from the most heavy-duty material, since…well, those things cost money. Manufacturers use cheaper materials to offer you a cheaper product. 

Yet, even at just a little more than $150, we noticed the Marcy Bike’s steel frame felt wider and heavier than other bikes at a similar price point. And it still somehow only weighs 50 pounds, making it easy to move it whenever you need to do so. 

The Marcy Foldable Exercise Bike in a living room

If you’re someone who considers themselves a hardcore cyclist, you might want to look elsewhere though. We tried the Marcy bike at its highest resistance and it simply couldn’t provide that much of a challenge to us, but the good news is, it still felt sturdy no matter how hard we pedaled. 

And if you’re new to the world of indoor exercise bikes, you should know that a foldable option means you’ll most likely be giving up any and all tech features (you’ll get a basic LCD display that shows you your time, speed, distance, calories burned, and total distance) as well as a water bottle holder. 

You can learn more about this bike by reading our full Marcy foldable exercise bike review.

Weight37 lbs.
FootprintAssembled: 34” L x 19” W x 44” H
Folded: 18.5” L x 18.5” W x 51.5” H
Resistance8 levels of magnetic resistance
User weight capacity250 lbs.
Screen/console LCD
Max user height N/A

Best Compact Budget Exercise Bike: DeskCycle

Good for: Those with limited space

Best Compact Budget Exercise Bike


Product Highlights

  • Compact piece of exercise equipment that's meant to fit under your desk
  • Allows you to pedal at any time for a quick cardio workout
  • Comes with 8 magnetic resistance settings
  • Only 10 inches in height, but it's not adjustable

Pros & Cons


  • Sells for less than $200 
  • Can be easily stowed away when not in use
  • Uses magnetic resistance to provide a smooth and quiet ride 
  • 8 resistance settings


  • Resistance isn’t challenging for advanced athletes 
  • Height isn’t adjustable 
  • Made with lots of plastic, so it’s not very durable

Bottom Line

A compact piece of exercise equipment that can easily fit under most desks for a quick workout.

Alright, so it’s not technically a bike, but it does have two pedals and adjustable resistance. But honestly, that’s not giving the DeskCycle enough credit. 

Not only is it lightweight and incredibly compact (it’s only 10 inches in height), the DeskCycle also uses magnetic resistance so you can pedal on a work call or while you watch TV and not hear a sound. It’s been used by teachers, office workers, and even some professional video game players to help increase the amount of calories they burn throughout the day. 

Best of all, you can leave it under the desk when it’s not in use so it’s not taking up any space in your office or apartment. Now that’s what we call compact exercise equipment.

And while it looks easy, the lack of a proper bike seat or handlebars means you’ll have to do some extra work to keep yourself balanced. We’re not saying you’ll be going through the Tour de France, but you may have to focus a little as you pick up the resistance.  

One of the biggest drawbacks of the DeskCycle is the lack of adjustable height. If your chair, or whatever you’re sitting on, doesn’t allow your feet to comfortably reach the pedals that might make using this a little difficult. To that end, you should measure the space in which you’d use this to make sure you’re good to go. 

Our DesckCycle review has more thoughts on this compact cardio machine.

Weight23 lbs.
Footprint24” L x 10.2” W x 20” H
Resistance8 levels of magnetic resistance
User weight capacity350 lbs.
Screen/console LCD
Max user height N/A

Best Budget Recumbent Exercise Bike: Sunny Health & Fitness SF-RB1117

Good for: People with bad knees or those who prefer recumbent-style bikes

Budget Recumbent Bike

Sunny Health And Fitness Essential Recumbent Exercise Bike

Product Highlights

  • Just under $300
  • Easily adjust the seat, foot pedals, and resistance levels
  • Easy to mount and dismount

Pros & Cons


  • Under $300
  • User weight capacity of 300 lbs
  • Adjustable seat
  • 8 levels of resistance
  • Pulse sensors
  • Transport wheels


  • Second set of handlebars are short
  • Lacks a bottle holder
  • No device holder

Bottom Line

For under $300, the Sunny Health and Fitness Essential Recumbent Exercise Bike is an excellent option for beginners on a budget.

Recumbent bikes are often much bulkier, and therefore more expensive than an upright exercise bike. That’s because the pedals need to be in front of the user to reduce the impact on their joints, and manufacturers usually do this by building a fixed piece of equipment that can’t be stowed away easily. 

sunny health and fitness bike in use

The Sunny Health & Fitness SF-RB117, however, takes all the best parts of a recumbent bike and a folding bike and combines them for a compact and budget exercise bike. For less than $300, you’re getting something that offers eight levels of magnetic resistance and is lightweight and portable. 

RELATED: Sunny Health and Fitness exercise bike reviews

Sunny Health & Fitness isn’t the first company to do this, and some foldable bikes even allow you to pick between upright and recumbent. But we’re big fans of the company’s quality, and find that they outperform bikes offered at similar or even lower prices. 

While this might sound nitpicky, we would like to see this bike offered in different colors. Right now it’s only available in pink, and while that’s not a problem for us, it’s a very polarizing color to some people. 

RELATED: Best Exercise Equipment for Bad Knees

Weight23 lbs.
Footprint32″ L x 18.5″ W x 46″ H
Resistance8 levels of magnetic resistance
User weight capacity220 lbs.
Screen/console LCD
Max user height N/A

Best Budget Desk Bike: Exerpeutic Exerwork 1000i

Good for: People who want to get a quick home workout in while working 

Best Budget Desk Bike

Exerpeutic ExerWORK 1000 Fully Adjustable Desk Folding Exercise Bike

Product Highlights

  • Under $300
  • Easily fits laptops of any size
  • 8 magnetic resistance settings
  • Every part of the bike and desk is adjustable
  • Option with 24 built-in workouts for higher price

Pros & Cons


  • Priced under $300  
  • Belt drives makes for a quiet ride 
  • Magnetic resistance 
  • Desk is adjustable


  • Made with lots of plastic
  • Some reviews state it’s not built for shorter people 
  • Desk stand makes it a little harder to store than other foldable bikes 

Bottom Line

The Exerpeutic ExerWORK is a fully adjustable exercise bike that doubles as a desk. Perfect for buusy individuals who still want a quick cardio workout.

Desk bikes have become quite popular, especially as more people start working and working out from home. If you’re someone who simply needs a bike and a desk stand, and not all the fancy extras that other desk bikes come with, go for the Exerpeutic Exerwork 1000i

This recumbent-style bike comes with eight levels of magnetic resistance, so it’s quiet and smooth during your work calls, folds into a compact footprint, and sells for under $400. Not bad if you ask us. 

How does it perform as a bike? Garage Gym Reviews staff writer and product tester Caroline Lubinsky tried it out on carpet, and still felt secure. As a desk, we could spend hours at this thing and not get tired of it. The seat is incredibly comfortable, and the bike is highly adjustable so we were able to find a position that worked for us. 

The Exerpeutic Recumbent Bike in a living room

However, we did read several reviews that claimed shorter people had trouble reaching their laptops in a way that felt natural. Our product testers who tried it are vertically gifted, so we didn’t experience that, but it’s something to be aware of if you fall into that category.  

RELATED: Exerpeutic Folding Magnetic Upright Bike review

Weight68.78 lbs.
Footprint43″ L x 25″ W x 50.5″ H
Resistance24 levels of magnetic resistance
User weight capacity400 lbs.
Screen/console LCD
Max user height N/A

Best Budget Peloton Alternative: ProForm Carbon CX

Good for: Those who want a studio bike experience without the studio bike cost

Best Budget Peloton Alternative

ProForm Carbon CX

Product Highlights

  • Optional tension control for live and on-demand classes
  • Interchangeable pedals and seat
  • Uses magnetic resistance and durable belt drive

Pros & Cons


  • Costs around $600
  • Automatic tension control
  • Interchangeable pedals and seat
  • Uses magnetic resistance and belt drive


  • LCD display is basic, small, and not well-lit
  • Only has a 250 pound weight capacity
  • No dynamic programming
  • Only 16 resistance levels, and not that challenging

Bottom Line

Great tech features and solid construction for a budget-friendly price point, though not the most challenging workout experience.

The ProForm Carbon CX is easily one of the best-value budget exercise bikes on the market. It’s compatible with iFIT programming, though you’ll need to access classes on a tablet or smartphone since the bike doesn’t come with a monitor, and your virtual trainer can adjust your resistance mid-workout.

ProForm, along with NordicTrack, are owned by iFIT, which means you’re limited to their workouts but there are thousands to choose from.

These features are typically reserved for much more expensive exercise bikes, but this one comes in at under $600 with free shipping (and as of this writing is on sale for much less). ProForm seems to have saved money on the bike’s construction, which isn’t as high quality as something like the NordicTrack S22i Studio Bike but held up better than some bikes on this list.

GGR performance editor and product tester Anthony O’Reilly, who’s 6 foot, 3 inches, and weighs around 220 pounds, said the bike was stable, easy to adjust, and comfortable. The bike has 16 silent magnetic resistance levels, a smooth belt drive, and has a fairly compact footprint.

anthony giving thumbs up pro form carbon cx

Anthony’s gripes with this bike are few and far between. The weight limit is 250 pounds, which is low for an exercise bike but about on par for the price point, and as previously mentioned there’s no monitor but most people have a smartphone or tablet so that’s not the biggest deal.

While we normally advise against plastic parts, we feel as long as this bike is taken care of it should last for many years. It’s backed with a 10-year frame warranty and 1-year coverage for parts and labor, along with a 30-day free iFIT trial, so you don’t have much to lose by giving it a shot (there’s also a 30-day return policy).

Read Anthony’s full ProForm Carbon CX review for more thoughts on this bike.

Weight125 lbs
Footprint51” H x 21.9” W x 52.5” D
Resistance16 levels of magnetic resistance
User weight capacity250 lbs.
Screen/console LCD
Max user height N/A

Other Budget Exercise Bikes We Researched

We’re constantly testing new budget exercise bikes to see which ones belong on our lists, but not every one is deserving of such an honor. Here are a few that fell just short of the mark. 

Cyclace Exercise Bike: This Peloton-like bike is more than $300, and honestly doesn’t come with anything too much extra that warrants that cost over our top picks. Yes, you get a tablet holder but this bike uses friction resistance, which will wear down over time, and its flywheel is only 1 pound heavier than the YOSUDA bike, which is under $300. If it were of higher quality, we’d say go for it.  

AtivaFit Indoor Cycle: Our main issue with most of the AtivaFit cycles is that, while they seemed durable, there was a fair amount of wobble on them during use. Other, less expensive bikes held up better during heavy pedaling. 

Xterra Fitness FB150 Folding Bike: We haven’t tested out this bike just yet, but we’ll be sure to let you know our thoughts when we do! From some of the reviews, it appears to be a great space-saving and budget exercise bike for those who are not of advanced fitness levels. 

LEIKE X Bike Ultra-Quiet Folding Exercise Bike: This is a great choice, but it’s not the best value. If you’re just looking for a compact, foldable exercise bike that you can pedal on while watching TV or on a Zoom call this will do just fine.

What to Look for in a Budget Exercise Bike

If you’ve gotten this far and still aren’t sure which budget exercise bike is best for you, here are a few things to keep in mind before deciding. 


Obviously, the first thing you’ll want to find out is how much money do you have to spend on an exercise bike? As we’ve demonstrated, you can find plenty of good ones for under $300 or $500. 

We wouldn’t recommend spending any less than $150, as you’ll begin to sacrifice too much quality and durability at that point. 

Many of these are also available through Amazon Prime, meaning free shipping! 

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Construction and Durability

Manufacturers will bring down the cost of an exercise bike by using cheaper materials, such as plastic, rather than more durable and expensive options like steel. Do your best to find out what each budget exercise bike is made of, how durable that material is, if it reacts to any climate conditions, and how to take care of it. 

Also know no matter how much you maintain it, a budget exercise bike will begin to deteriorate at some point because the materials aren’t meant to last. It may take a few months or even a few years, but there will come a time when something will pop up unexpectedly. This also happens to the more expensive exercise bikes as well. 

The unassembled pieces of a folding exercise bike


There are two types of resistance systems on budget exercise bikes: friction and magnetic. Friction is when pads come in contact with the flywheel to provide your desired resistance level. Because of this, it produces a whooshing sound with some bikes being louder than others. It also means the pads will wear down over time and will need to be replaced. 

Magnetic resistance is generated by a metal disk spinning through a magnetic field, and it’s much quieter than friction resistance. But it’s also much more expensive to build, and therefore makes the bikes more expensive. 

Drive System

The drive system is what helps propel your exercise bike’s flywheel, and it’s either going to be a belt or chain drive system. A belt system is typically lower maintenance, and provides a smoother ride. 

A chain drive system might be a better pick if you’re looking to simulate a road bike, but you’ll also have to clean and maintain the chain regularly to ensure it continues to perform. 

RELATED: How to choose an exercise bike


This goes for non-budget exercise bikes, but make sure you can fit in the bike. To find out if a bike can work for you, you’ll want to look for what’s known as an inseam. This is the length from your groin’s underside to the bottom of your ankle. If that length is in range with what’s listed on the bike, you’re most likely good to go. 

Tech Features

Most exercise bikes won’t come with a touchscreen, or even Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity. You’re most likely going to get a basic LCD display on just about any budget exercise bike, and only a few will be able to connect to a fitness app (such as iFIT or Zwift) or heart rate monitor. 

Best Budget Exercise Bike FAQs

What is the cheapest and best exercise bike?

Because there are so many types of budget exercise bikes, it’s hard to give one answer to that question. Different trainees have different needs, so what’s good for one person might not be what’s good for another. Our top recommendations include:

Best Budget Cycling Bike: YOSUDA Indoor Cycling Bike
Best Budget Bike Under $500: Sunny Health and Fitness Synergy Magnetic
Best Budget Air Bike: AssaultBike Classic
Best Budget Folding Exercise Bike: Marcy Foldable Exercise Bike
Best Compact Budget Exercise Bike: DeskCycle
Best Budget Recumbent Exercise Bike: Sunny Health & Fitness SF-RB1117
Best Budget Desk Bike: Exerpeutic Exerwork 1000
Best Budget Peloton Alternative: ProForm Carbon CX

Is a cheap exercise bike worth it?

A budget exercise bike provides access to a great piece of equipment that can help you burn calories, and improve certain health markers with regular use. That said, you will sacrifice some durability and special features but if you’re just looking to pedal, there’s no reason to spend lots of money on a bike.

Are home exercise bikes worth it?

Absolutely! Investing in a home budget exercise bike can cost less than the price of a cycling studio membership over time—less than a year in some cases. If you see yourself cycling fairly regularly for the immediate future, it’s a purchase worth looking into.

How long will a budget exercise bike last?

We know you’ll hate this answer, but it depends on how much you spend. A $200 budget can last 1-3 years, depending on how well you take care of it, and a $700 exercise bike (which is still considered a budget bike) could last 3-5 years. If you’re looking for longevity, make sure to get a bike with durable magnetic resistance and minimal plastic parts.

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