There’s no question that Peloton offers a compelling at-home exercise experience, with its robust bike and live classes playing on its large display. But prices starting at $1,895 (plus $40 per month) are a lot to ask. Newcomer Myxfitness has an alternative: a bike with a massive 21.5-inch display that makes the whole thing feel like an homage to, if not a carbon copy of, a Peloton bike, but priced at just $1,299. And through April 11, you can shave up to $175 off the cost, which will net you the basic. You also get free shipping and assembly, which is worth $250 on its own — equivalent to about $425 in savings overall. Just be sure to enter promo code SPRINGSAVE at checkout.
The Myx comes complete with reversible pedals (you get toe cages on one side, shoe clips on the other), adjustable seat and handlebars and a 21.5-inch touchscreen that you can tilt and rotate, so you can use it off-bike as well.
The biggest difference between Myx and Peloton aside from price (not only is the bike half the cost of a Peloton, but the monthly class subscription is $29 rather than $40) is that classes are broadcast on demand rather than live. In, Rick Broida actually preferred the on-demand style of classes to a live session, but you may feel differently.
First published last year. Updated with a new version of the deal.
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