Everlast® EV626 Upright Cycle With Magnetic Resistance
Specifications & Warranty
Ratings & Reviews
Work out with ease in the comfort of your own home! You'll never have to line up or wait for good weather when you have the Everlast's EV626 Upright Cycle. It uses magnetic resistance and comes with programmable tension controls, so there's no need to reach down and turn a knob while you're working up a sweat. With 10 programs to add variety to your workout, keeping fit has never been easier.
WEBCODE: W- 0629997
Quiet belt drive system and 13 lbs (6 kg) fly wheel
Magnetic resistance with programmable tension controls let you keep your hands free
10 programs: 9 preset and 1 manual adds variety to your workout
Seat adjusts vertically and horizontally for a custom fit
Single window, LCD display shows time, speed, distance, calories, pulse and scan
Maximum weight capacity: 275 lbs
Adjustable handlebars are equipped with integrated hand pulse pickups to monitor heart rate
Front storage wheels with front and rear levelers make it easy to move and store or adjust to uneven surfaces
Console requires 4 AA batteries (batteries not included); easy assembly takes 1 person less than 1 hour
Rated 4 out of
Purchased this bike two months ago. Assembly required a couple of hours. Handle
bar adjustment with plastic handle was not strong enough and broke. Replaced it with a steel nut. Monitor would go blank part way through program and speed did not show. A call to Sears resulted in service visit to adjust magnet on wheel. Everything works well now and am happy that I purchased this bike from Sears.
Date published: 2014-06-04
Rated 4 out of
BonFacile a monter, construction robuste, prends peu d'espace, console facile a apprivoiser et instructions claires.Seul Hic la selle est trop dure !
Date published: 2014-02-06
Rated 5 out of
So far so good. I love the programmable courses - it makes working out at different levels much easier than the manual dial. If I was having a lazy day on my old bike, I would just set the tension low and kind of cheat on my workout; this is way better.
Date published: 2013-03-28
Rated 1 out of
NEED TO BE A MECHANIC FOR THIS ONEEASY TO SET UP, BUT AFTER THAT NOT SO GOOD. FIRST OF ALL, SPEED, DISTANCE AND CALORIES DIDN'T WORK, CALLED THE PEOPLE THAT LOOK AFTER EVERLAST. THEY SENT OUT A NEW MONITOR. HAD TO PUT THAT ON. STILL NO SPEED, DISTANCE OR CALORIES, AND THIS TIME THE PULSE DIDN'T WORK.. CALLED AGAIN. THEY SENT OUT A SENSOR WHICH APPARENTLY YOU HAVE TO TAKE THE BIKE APART TO PUT IN. THE OLD SENSOR WAS SO FAR OUT OF ADJUSTMENT IT WASN'T FUNNY. ADJUSTED SENSOR, PUT IT ALL BACK TOGETHER, PUT THE ORIGINAL MONITOR ON IT. EVERYTHING WORKS. SPENT THREE HOURS MAKING THIS THING RIGHT.
Date published: 2013-03-05
Rated 5 out of
Great for the priceI got this indoor bike a year ago. I use it about three or four times a week in winter instead of walking in the rain. The seat felt a little uncomfortable the first time, but not after that (I probably hadn't been riding recently). The ten programs offer good variety, but I like to change the tension as I go. It has always operated smoothly (not as perfect as an expensive rec centre bike, of course). The four AA batteries don't wear out quickly. The upright position is fine for hands-free, easy pedalling and handlebars allow leaning over for harder work.
After a year, I've had to tighten the seat post's screw, but it's easy to do with big plastic knob. I got this bike on sale, and I can say it's been a great purchase. (Note: some black residue turned up underneath but it vacuumed up without staining carpet.)
Date published: 2013-01-26
Rated 2 out of
Awkward PositioningI love to bike outdoors and have for years until I had my first baby this year. I bought this bike so I could workout indoors doing something I loved while home with an infant. However, riding this bike is very awkward and not at all comfortable. You sit very upright on this bike. I am only 5'4" and with the seat as far back from the handlebars as I can get it I am still sitting almost completely vertical. It's an awkward posture to ride a bike in-not at all like riding an actual bicycle. Also, it's a bit wide so your legs kind of feel like you're squatting when you ride it, and finally, the turning handles and screws to adjust things like the seat, handlebars, etc. are of pretty cheap construction. Overall, not comfortable and not worth the money.
Date published: 2011-04-03
Rated 5 out of
Excellent purchaseThis exercise bike was extremely easy to assemble with the tools provided. It is a sturdy, stable and quiet machine to use, even with a 215 lb rider. The preset programs run well, with lots of tension variety. All in all, a very good bike for this price range.
Date published: 2011-02-06
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Where can I get a manual for this bike? We cannot get it to operate without one and the information sent to us by Everlast was completely confusing. We are well educated people and do not have any difficulty in understanding clear directions however, this equipment has us stumped. Please let us know where to find the manual.
Please contact the Maurice Pincoffs Customer Service Department at 1-888-707-1880 for questions regarding parts, service and manuals.
Thanks for shopping Sears and have a great day !
Answered by: kas311
Date published: 2013-03-02
What type of batteries are required for this unit? Are they included? Is there an adapter that you can purchase?
4 AA are required, not included. No AC adapter available to my knowledge.
Answered by: LeeY
Date published: 2012-10-09
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