The Schwinn 200 series Recumbent Exercise Bikes were developed to give the best ergonomically sound, yet high performance work out possible. The Schwinn 240 Recumbent Exercise Bike is the most recent addition to their line, that continues to give value and versatility for smooth consistent workouts.
Take a Look at some of the key features and their benefits
The Schwinn 240 Recumbent Exercise Bike workout continues with the features of the highly popular 230/231 series with dual position lumbar support while making it give you that true road feels while using it with a perimeter weighted flywheel. Built-in over-sized stabilizers give a solid workout platform.
The ergonomic design makes this a highly popular and recommended style of equipment with no worries about the shoulder, arm or lower back pains. You can count on over a hundred years of Schwinn bicycle experience and technology to continue with their quality exercise line of equipment.
Review of some of the Advantages of the Schwinn 240
One advantage of this recumbent exercise bike is the ability to track heart rate and to keep track of the progress made during workouts. This lets you take full advantage of your piece of equipment and make sure you are keeping your heart rate at the recommended levels to gain the cardio benefit which is the whole point.
With 17 pre-set work out programs and 16 different resistance levels, this machine will grow with you as you progress through the months and years of its use. Its versatility allows numerous family members to use the same machine and keep track of each individuals workout needs.
Review of the Extras found on the Schwinn 240
In order to keep your exercise regime on track, and not fall by the wayside, the extras can make the difference both the convenience and ease of use.
- The Schwinn 240 has a reading rack for your book or magazine as well as a convenient water bottle holder.
- One of the best things is the wheels that make storing and moving the bike to a convenient location, like in front of the television in your home, a breeze.
These conveniences provide whatever it takes to keep you motivated and not find an excuse to skip a day. Just exercising without being able to listen to music, watch TV or read a book is harder to keep going.
Anyone in the market for a recumbent exercise bike will do well with the Schwinn reputation on the Schwinn 240 Recumbent Exercise Bike and the quick and easy ordering and shipping at
Thanks for joining me! I have some inspiration for you. If you think cycling just started recently, you are wrong. People started to cycle a long time ago. Here are some sayings about bikes and cycling.
Cycling is the only way to free ourselves from the misery of the tube, the wall to wall buses that line oxford street, the hopelessness of even thinking about driving.
Think of bicycles as rideable art that can just about save the world.
Cycling is a joy and faster than many other modes of transport, depending on the time of day. It clears the head.
When the spirits are low, when the day appears dark, when work becomes monotonous, when hope hardly seems worth having, just mount a bicycle and go out for a spin down the road, without thought on anything but the ride you are taking.”
Sherlock Holmes author, Arthur Conan Doyle, Scientific American, 1896
“Nothing compares to getting your heart rate up to 170-something, riding hard for an hour-twenty, getting off and not hurting, as opposed to 24 minutes of running, at the end of which I hurt. When you ride a bike and you get your heart rate up and you’re out, after 30 or 40 minutes your mind tends to expand; it tends to relax.”
[Former] President George ‘Dubya’ Bush, May 2004
Birdwatching author Louis J Halle ‘Spring in Washington’, 1947/1957 says, “Bicycling…is the nearest approximation I know to the flight of birds. The airplane simply carries a man on its back like an obedient Pegasus; it gives him no wings of his own. There are movements on a bicycle corresponding to almost all the variations in the flight of the larger birds. Plunging free downhill is like a hawk stooping. On the level stretches you may pedal with a steady rhythm like a heron flapping; or you may, like an accipitrine hawk, alternate rapid pedaling with gliding. If you want to test the force and direction of the wind, there is no better way than to circle, banked inward, like a turkey vulture. When you have the wind against you, headway is best made by yawing or wavering, like a crow flying upwind. I have climbed a steep hill by circling or spiraling, rising each time on the upturn with the momentum of the downturn, like any soaring bird. I have shot in and out of stalled traffic like a goshawk through the woods.”
Our final saying comes from The Book of Idle Pleasures by Daniel Pemberton.
“Cycling is possibly the greatest and most pleasurable form of transport ever invented. Its like walking only with one-tenth of the effort. Ride through a city and you can understand its geography in a way that no motorist, contained by one-way signs and traffic jams, will ever be able to. You can whiz from one side to the other in minutes. You can overtake £250,000 sports cars that are going nowhere fast. You can park pretty much anywhere. It truly is one of the greatest feelings of freedom once can have in a metropolitan environment. It’s amazing you can feel this free in a modern city.”