The original low-impact exercise. While a learned activity, biking is something that we've been doing since childhood giving a low perceived exertion to cardiovascular benefit.
Recumbent, or semi-recumbent, bikes are ideal for those needing back support or unaccustomed to outdoor cycling. Recumbent bikes allow you to focus just on the cycling action without worrying about ideal cycling technique.
Indoor Cycles , sometimes referred to as Spinners, are used in group classes and allow you to reproduce those classes in your home. They’re also great for people that want a more “realistic” indoor cycling experience that translates to their outdoor biking.
Upright bikes offer most of the benefits of indoor cycles, but typically have programs built in to keep you motivated and help you reach your exercise goals. They typically have fewer adjustments to make between users.