Marcy Cardio Mini Cycle


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Marcy Cardio Mini Cycle - Dick's Sporting Goods
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The Marcy Cardio Mini Cycles is a convenient way to add an effective workout into your everyday routines. Pedal under your desk at work for a lowerbody leg workout or on a table top for an upper body arm workout. The compact, portable and lightweight design make it easy to take your cardio workout everywhere you go.

  • Compact, lightweight design
  • Portable for use on vacation or the office
  • Pedal on the floor for a lower body leg workout
  • Pedal on the table top for an upper body arm workout
  • Requires LR44 button cell battery (not included)
  • Dimensions: 19" L x 16.5" W x 14.5" H
  • Weight: 8 lbs
  • Manufacturer's Warranty: 2 year parts
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For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 1-800-999-8899.
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 11999845

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Prompt Shipment and Easy Assembly Bought this as an alternative to an exercise bike. It takes up little space but will take some getting used to. It tends to move as it is being used and we think maybe a rubber pad will help anchor it. November 12, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good-but could use some improvement Love the size and weight but pedals are uncomfortable and hard to get and keep feet in the strap October 7, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Invest more to get more Bought it about 6 months ago. Assembly was quick and easy, but you can clearly see it's a cheap product (what do you expect for $40?). Tension knob does not give you more resistance. The machine slides because it doesn't grip well to the floor and it's very light. After using for a long period of time, it's starts to squeak, so keep the WD40 handy. When peddling for long periods of time (about 40 minutes or longer) the metal arms of the peddle start to heat up because of friction. This weakens the metal. So I'm sad to report that after about 6 months of use, the metal finally snapped. The machine is no longer operable. Do your self a favor and invest in a better devise. June 28, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Marcy Cardio mini cycle Product was easy to assemble and easy to use. Very satisfied. June 14, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Bottom of the line The base has no grip, so it slides away when you pedal, which is my biggest gripe. The computer is extremely wobbly (having a flat back and being attached to a curved surface!) and falls off easily. The resistance knob is difficult to tighten and adds disappointingly little resistance. The pedals aren't weighted, so the straps end up hanging down; the straps are pretty flimsy, so it's difficult to get your foot in; the straps aren't removable on the inner side, so if you don't like them, you need to cut them off. March 31, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect! The product lives up to exactly what I needed. It was fairly easy to put together and provides much needed movement for a person who has a desk job. The only downfall is the resistance setting. No matter what you do the resistance is very little. February 12, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Doing nothing? Then do this! Join my spouse who cannot walk all that far because of Arthritis. Swelled joints make it difficult to bend the knee. Doing this during TV commercials has gotten much more flexibility and now longer periods of exercise. I held a star back because the unit will "walk" across the floor, even a rug. I improvised by placing a hassock behind the unit to stop it from sliding. Otherwise it's excellent for those who need lighter movement workouts. January 4, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Easy to assemble,! Does Not work well, computer does not function. requires a wall to stop machine from sliding can not tension level! I bought it for the purpose of getting the effect of riding a regular Bike 4th gear. Called Help Line no one returned call. I can still use for this purpose until the snow melts. Just to get circulation and mild exercise!...Dick's is not to blame. February 13, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Does what it should, except for resistance This is a cheap product. Eventually I plan to upgrade to something else--perhaps a Deskcycle or Stamina product. However, for the price I can't complain. I also picked it up at my local Dick's store, so no paying or waiting for shipping. Above all else, I have to say I was extremely happy with my experience at the store. I couldn't find the machine and I was only looking for a couple minutes before an employee asked if she could help me find something. She didn't know where it was but called a young man who did and waited with me until he showed up about a minute later. I am obviously not a Dick's Sporting Goods kind of gal, but this guy was so pleasant and helpful. Not condescending at all, very respectful and excited to help with his knowledge. He even looked for a better-condition box for me without me asking. He offered to order me a different model if this one wasn't exactly what I wanted, and he explained that it is meant more for upper-body work than lower-body, and it might not hold up for what I wanted to do. This was the 39th street store in Independence, MO. That young man deserves a raise. And if anyone from corporate reads these, I mean it. I HATE sporting goods stores, I dislike national chain stores, BUT I will return to Dick's. Why? Solely because of the way in which the employees of this store treated me on a $39 purchase. My husband is, unlike me, very into fitness and wants all kinds of push-up bars and mats and things for Christmas. Instead of ordering from Amazon, or the local store, I am going to Dick's. That money would never reach you if not for these employees. Back to the product. The resistance knob is a joke-- my arthritic, cancer-surviving mother laughed at the resistance! However, I am pleased with this product so far. Since I have a desk job, and I'm a grad student, I spend all of my time sitting down. Hours-upon-hours of sitting. I also have some joint issues. If I'm not sitting down working intensely, I'm too tired from working intensely to do much beyond daily housework (and that's on a good day). I have gained weight and I'm miserable and miss my old semi-active lifestyle (I was never a fitness buff or anything, but I would actually move during the day and take intense 7 mile walks 3x a week and do yoga). So, I got this to see if I could stop the weight gain and still meet deadlines. So far, so good. I feel better, more energized and less like a lump rotting away in front of a screen or book. November 8, 2013
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