Great bike for making your own Peloton now cheaper

The Sunny SF-B1002 exercise bike that I have based my DIY Peloton around is now $50 less than I paid for it!

The 49lb flywheel matched with a really affordable price brought me to the Sunny Bike. This bike is very smooth to ride and easy to use. I have ridden it mercilessly for over 2 years and not had any problems. The bike shows almost no signs of wear and has taken very little maintenance.

Set up was super easy, but the parts are heavy and you may need help if the bike has to go up some stairs.

All the gear you need to set up and join Peloton's classes is cataloged in this post.

I love this bike and the classes from Peloton. Using this set-up over the last two years I've hit my target weight and am in better shape than almost any other point in my life.

Sunny Health & Fitness SF-B1002 49lb Flywheel Belt Drive Indoor Cycle Bike via Amazon Read the rest

I finally added weights to my DIY Peloton set-up

I have posted a couple times about my DIY Peloton indoor exercise bike. I recently added weights for the arm and chest exercises. I like them. Read the rest

An introverted year of exercise with my DIY-Peloton cycle

A year ago I decided to piece together my own Peloton-compatible stationary spinning cycle, I still love it. I never have to go to a gym full of PEOPLE. Read the rest

iPhone and Android compatible heart rate monitor

I've started using this Wahoo Tickr to track heart rate as I ride my spinning bike. Read the rest