Can I put a bicycle seat on an exercise
How do I put a bicycle seat on my exercise bike? Here's how...
Exercise bikes are the old standbys of the home fitness world; they've been around longer than treadmills, elliptical trainers, rowing machines and skiers.
Experts say exercise bikes are safe, effective, and as easy to use by seniors and pregnant women as by the most avid fitness enthusiasts. The stress on knees and joints is less on a bike
than on other
Fitness professionals and home users agree that a major problem with exercise bikes is
an uncomfortable seat. Another is boredom. The biggest mistake a consumer can make is getting a poorly made bike with few features to alleviate the
pain and inevitable workout slump, or a bike that's so loud that you can't read or watch TV.
Bob Howells of Outside Magazine warns that this is not the time to buy an off-brand, generic, cheaply made bike. A quality stationary bike will give you control over the intensity of your workout, options for specific courses designed to replicate the road bike experience, and they'll be quiet enough not to drive you nuts with noise.
If the bike is more comfortable, you will get more exercise.
You have already invested in your health, invest a little in your
own comfort and get back on your bike!
Most exercise bike seats are poorly designed!
We have a solution!
There are recent concerns about Americans
getting enough exercise. Did you know that an exercise bike is a low
impact exercise with great cardio-vascular benefits? Watch TV, read, or play games while getting much needed cardio
exercise. Our bicycle seats help relieve pain and numbness
allowing you to get more exercise, more comfortably. Please see the growing list of information
concerning these issues for men and women.
Use our bicycle seats
and gel padded bicycle seat covers on your exercise
bike or stationary bike too.
They also fit street bikes, mountain bikes, road bikes, touring bikes,
comfort bikes, and mopeds.
NEW - Seat Pads for recumbent bikes and rowing machines!