SoulCycle At-Home Bike

SoulCycle At-Home Bike

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Luxury smart bike priced at $2,500
  • Comes equipped with a large 21.5″ touchscreen
  • Requires monthly membership to Equinox+ for classes
  • 350-lb user weight capacity
  • 5-year frame warranty and 1-year display and components warranty
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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Large 21.5” display
  • Smart bike that has Bluetooth connectivity
  • 350-lb weight limit
  • Price includes home assembly
What needs improvement ...
  • $40 monthly subscription
  • Requires clip in shoes
  • Not as many live classes or prerecorded class as other comparable products

Product Summary

The SoulCycle At-Home Bike is a smart bike that offers live and on-demand classes through the Equinox+ app . In order to ride, you need a subscription to Equinox+, clip-in shoes (specifically Delta or SPD-style), a pair of hand weights, and a SoulCycle Bike Mat. 

This bike has a footprint of 62.2 inches long by 22.2 inches wide by 53.5 inches high, which is comparable to similar bikes. The product comes with a large 21.5-inch display screen to watch workout classes while you ride. You are also able to connect to Bluetooth or streaming services like Netflix, Disney+, and Amazon Prime. The number of profiles that the bike has is unlimited, but up to 5 accounts can be logged in at the same time. 

At $2,500 the bike is very pricey, but SoulCycle does offer a monthly financing option. An Equinox+ subscription, which costs $40 per month, includes on-demand cycling classes as well as other forms of exercise like Precision Run, PURE Yoga, HeadStrong, and TB12.

Specs

Weight

142 lbs

Footprint

62.2” L x 22.2” W x 53.5” H

User Height Range

4’ 10” to 6’ 10”

User weight capacity

350 lbs

Touchscreen

21.5 in.

Bluetooth

Yes

Warranty

5 years on frame, 1 year on display and components

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      Summary

      If you’re looking for a Peloton alternative, the SoulCycle At-Home bike could be an option. It’s pricey, but the bike itself is a quality build. The reviews about the Equinox+ app are mixed, but that being said, the SoulCycle bike can be a fun way to incorporate cardio into your everyday life if you have the extra money to spend.