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HUNGRYWOMAN2 Posts: 14,833
3/20/12 11:10 P

Thank you for sharing your experiences with the recumbent. It looks very much like what I am looking for.
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3/20/12 5:40 P

This is the bike we picked up for Chrstmas. Between my husband and myself, we probably average using it once a day. So far so good. It is easy to use. We tried it out and we also went to Sears and MC sports and none of their low end recumbent bikes compared to this one. It doesn't take up a ton of room, everything is adjustable. I've been very happy. It was hubby's Christmas present since he doesn;t like the elliptical and won't go out for a run or walk (not that he really needs to "work out" since he does so much yard work and housework/household projects). But he likes it as well. I'm glad we purchased it.

HUNGRYWOMAN2 Posts: 14,833
3/20/12 4:02 P

I appreciate your response. I only tried a rowing machine once. It was my grandfather's and I fell over backward. Hope I have improved a bit since then. emoticon emoticon

3/20/12 3:59 P

I have a Roger Black Fitness recumbent cycle / rower. It's 2 exercisers in one machine. You may be able to find a similar machine where you are, if rowing appeals too.

HUNGRYWOMAN2 Posts: 14,833
3/20/12 3:49 P

I am on a fixed income. I am looking for a moderately priced good quality recumbent bicycle.
Any information, such as brand, features, etc. would be greatly appreciated.

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