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TigerCoon
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Member since Nov 2005
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Sunny exercise bikes
Anybody have any good / bad experiences with Sunny Health and Fitness exercise bikes?

I ordered model sf-b1805. 40 lb flywheel, magnetic resistance, but no electronics whatsoever. Mostly for the wife, and she claims she doesn't care about apps, heart rate / cadence monitoring, etc.

Any opinions? thanks.


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LA-Monroe Fan
Luling, LA
Member since Apr 2013
175 posts

re: Sunny exercise bikes
When I started my home gym my wife’s only request was a spin bike. So I bought her a Sunny. It’s probably been used less than 20 times in the past 5 years. The one we have is the B-1110. It’s got a 44 lb flywheel. It’s well made. The handle bars come off easily so it doesn’t take up much room in the corner of the gym. I did get a cycling computer for it. They’re cheap and easy to add.


TigerCoon
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2005
11287 posts

re: Sunny exercise bikes
Thanks for the info.


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TigerCoon
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2005
11287 posts

re: Sunny exercise bikes
Since I posted the question, I figure I owe the followup.

Sunny sf-b1805 arrived. Very little assembly. Appears to be very high quality. 44 lb flywheel. Magnetic resistance. Action is smooth as butter.

If I end up using it regularly, I can see I will want to add electronics for cadence, elapsed time, heart rate monitoring.

However, so far I am impressed.



Glizzy
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Metairie
Member since Aug 2020
12 posts

re: Sunny exercise bikes
Great investment for the price. I added a wahoo cadence tracker to mine and just watch peloton classes on the tv.


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