- Weighs Only 42.5 lbs
- 4 Transport Wheels
With limited assembly required, the pedal exerciser is effortlessly rolled into place so you can begin exercising while you work. The under desk peddler can be placed under most standing desks, height-adjustable desks, and communal tables. If you wish to rotate between pedaling and standing at your desk, simply roll the bike out of the way and continue working again in just seconds.
Powered by you. The Solo has no batteries to replace or power cords to stumble over. Simply position the bike anywhere you would place a traditional chair and start gaining the health and cognitive benefits of pedaling while you work.
your perfect fit
- Waterfall-Design Seat
- Height Adjustable
Comfort starts with a large contoured seat designed to distribute your weight over a large surface area – more like an office chair than an exercise bike. The seat height can be adjusted over a 7" range, with eleven positions, fitting users ranging in heights from 4’8” to 6’6". Next, to accommodate a variety of shoe types and sizes, the pedals are almost 9” in length, supporting a large portion of the foot rather than just the ball of the foot. Finally, the pedals are placed further out in front of the seat than a traditional bike, reducing knee movement and placing your feet in a more comfortable position, more consistent with working at a desk.
PedalsOversized; Bi-Directional (Forward/Backward Pedaling)
Resistance SystemNon-Adjustable Eddy Current Brake System
Seat Adjustment7" (11 positions)
Fits Users Ranging In Heights From 4’8” to 6’6"
SeatErgonomic, Waterfall-Design Seat With Backrest
Transport4 Mounted Transport Wheels for Easy Mobility
Dimensions39" L x 24" W x 40" H
Product Weight42.5 lbs.
Max. User Weight400 lbs.
Power RequirementsPower-Free Operation
Shipping DimensionsSingle Box: 37.6" L x 10.9" W x 22.4" H
Frame: 10 Years
Parts: 2 Years
Labor: 1 Year
Solo Under Desk Bike
Solid construction forms a stable platform for pedaling. However, there is virtually no resistance when you pedal, and the resistance is not adjustable. Also, my instructions arrived damaged, yet the construction is pretty straightforward, with the only potential source of error being which cross-piece goes on the front and which goes on the rear. You can look at the picture of the product on about any website to figure that out.
Under Desk Bike
Under Desk Bike
Solo under Desk Bike
Overall the bike is worth the money. A few minor notes, in the first week of use I noticed a clicking from the right pedal, not a big deal but a little irritating. In hindsight, I would opt for a bike with adjustable resistance. Also, it would be nice to have an optional distance or pedal tracker.