Exercise bikes under £200 to help you reach your fitness goals

These are the best affordable exercise bikes around. (Getty Images)

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Carrying on with our normal exercise routines has been almost impossible since the UK government announced a country-wide lockdown to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

However, there are all sorts of ways that you can crunch those calories and get your heart-pumping from home.

A stream of fitness influencers, gyms and experts have been offering free classes, workouts and exercise extras to help us keep hold of some semblance of fitness.

But what about an exercise bike?

We know that they’re pretty hefty pieces of kit but they’re brilliant for the entire family, fun to use and brilliant for helping you keep to your fitness routine and blow off some steam indoors.

You can get weights involved to make the workout even more exciting or place the bike in front of an online spinning class for extra motivation.

And if you’re thinking that a home exercise bike is going to set you back over £500 then fear not, we’ve rounded up five of our favourites that are all under £200.

We know that’s still a big expense at the moment but if you’re keen to prioritise health and fitness at the moment then we think you’ll agree that it’s money well-spent.

Affordable exercise bikes under £200

Roger Black Gold Folding Magnetic Exercise Bike | £109.99 from Argos

Ideal if you’re in a smaller space and need to be able to fold your exercise bike away at the end of the session, this bike will track calories and distance and makes for a quiet and smooth workout.

Black Gold Magnetic Exercise Bike | £169.99 from Argos

Pedal your way towards that smug post-workout feeling and a whole heap of endorphins as the computer monitor tracks your time, speed, distance and calories.

Body Sculpture Dual Fan Elliptical Strider & Bike | £159 from JD Williams

Not only do you get a bike, you also get a cross trainer with this piece of home equipment, so you can mix-up your workouts to keep things interesting. You might not even need your gym membership back when the time comes.

Bodytrain Magnetic Exercise Bike | £199.99 from Sport And Leisure 

This bike offers several modes that can improve your endurance, as well as eight levels to choose from so it is suitable for all levels of fitness.

Roger Black Gold Magnetic Exercise Bike | £169.99 from Argos 

If it’s an aerobic bike you’re after, then this is probably your best bet. 

The PU moulded saddle makes for a comfortable seat, meanwhile the console can monitor your distance, time, hand pulse and calories. It also folds for an easy storage solution.