How a Stationary Bike Stand Works

There are basically three different types of stationary bike stands.

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  • The stationary bike stand is a device that allows a user to attach their normal bike on to. Once the bike isfirmly attached is allows the cyclist to ride their bike indoors with out moving forward.

    If you are in the market for a stationary bike stand you will find the following helpful. We will describe herhow they work, the different types and provide you with the benefits this device provides that you may not haveconsidered.

  • First you need to know that a stationary bike stand can be referred to by other names. It is also called:a bike trainer, , resistant trainer, bike roller, or bike stand roller.

    Once you attach your regular outside bike to the stationary bike stand, you are ready to go. You sit on yourbike and pedal just as you would normally do if you were on an outside ride.

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There are two main types of exercise bikes: upright and recumbent. An upright exercise bike looks like a regular road bike, with a vertical orientation and handlebars out front. On a recumbent bike, the rider is seated against a backrest, with legs out in front. Experts differ about the comparative health benefits of upright versus recumbent models, and most agree that selection is a matter of personal preference. For back pain patients it may depend on comfort while in a leaning forward position sitting on an upright stationary bike, or in a reclining position on a recumbent bike.