Marcy Recumbent Exercise Bike w/ Pulse Monitor | NS-908R

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Recumbent Exercise Bike with Pulse Monitor by Marcy

Pedal your way to getting a fit body in the comfort of your home with the  Marcy Recumbent Bike.

This cardio equipment has an adjustable magnetic resistance, with eight preset levels. The ergonomic seat is also adjustable which fits users of various leg lengths.

The easy-to-read LCD computer screen displays scan, speed, distance, time, odometer, and calories burned (requires 2 AAA type batteries).. The Marcy Recumbent Bike boasts durability with its heavy duty steel tubing and powder coat finish.

Assembled Dimensions: 47.6"L X 24.8"W X 37"H



The pedals are weighted and counterbalanced. Never slip with the adjustable foot straps, even in rigorous pedaling.


Length Adjustment

To accommodate users with various leg lengths, the Marcy Recumbent Bike features a length adjustment knob.



The pulse sensor situated on the handles allows the user to monitor and work within their targeted heart rate.


Resistance adjustment

The resistance knob with eight preset levels allows you to pedal smoothly with a set resistance to challenge yourself.



Monitor your progress with the easy-to-read computer screen which displays scan, speed, distance, time, odometer, heart rate, and calories burned.


*Please Note: currently ships only within the contiguous United States (we do not ship to Hawaii, Alaska, military bases, or U.S. Territories / Possessions.) 

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  • 5
    Marcy recumbent bike ns-908r

    Posted by Will Scoggins on Aug 1st 2018

    Wife says just as good as high dollar bikes where she takes therapy!

  • 4
    I love it

    Posted by Natasha on May 25th 2018

    I assembled it by myself very easy and lightweight I just had surgery so I can't go to the gym yet...but this is a good bike to start off I know used this brand but I would like to maybe start making a gym at home. It was worth the buy.

  • 3
    seams cheaply built

    Posted by don temple on Jan 17th 2018

    with all bolts tightened to specifications, equipment has movement that should not be there