You can save big on the Echelon Connect, a cheaper alternative to Peloton (Photo: Echelon)
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Thinking of buying an exercise bike, but not quite sure which one to go for? We may have an answer for you. Today, you can get the Echelon Connect Sport for $499 from Walmart—$100 less than its usual price of $599.
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We tested (and loved) another bike from Echelon, the Connect EX-5. The EX-5 has a built-in tablet screen that the Sport does not, but both bikes share a couple of key features, including padded handlebars that provide a comfortable grip, the flexibility to ride with regular sneakers or clip in with SPD cycling shoes and a magnetic flywheel (the device that adds friction to your ride) with 32 levels of resistance.
With this purchase of the Connect Sport, you’ll also get a complimentary six-month membership to the Echelon Fit App, which usually costs $19.99 a month, saving you about $120 per year. When you download the app on a smartphone or tablet, you’ll have access to Echelon’s 1,600-plus cycling and off-bike classes, including yoga, barre, strength training and more, which you can take live or on-demand. You can also filter the classes based on length, ability and music, from 20-minute beginner classes with hip-hop tunes to 75-minute advanced endurance rides with pop songs, so you’ll be sure to find one that works for you, your fitness level and your personal taste.
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