Schwinn Airdyne AD2 Upright Exercise Bike

Schwinn Airdyne AD2 Upright Exercise Bike is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 13.
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Schwinn Airdyne AD2 Upright Exercise Bike
Schwinn Airdyne AD2 Upright Exercise Bike
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Get fit at home with the new Schwinn® Airdyne AD2 Upright Bike. Experience the benefits of exercising from home with BioFit™ Comfort and a BioConnect™ LCD console that displays speed, RPM, distance, time and calories. The faster you pedal, the higher the wind resistance that allows you to alter your workout intensity. Schwinn® Airdyne AD2 provides users with a total body workout designed to help you obtain your fitness goals.


  • Compact, upright stationary bike with single stage belt drive system perfect for a total body workout
  • Progressive wind resistance system with patent-pending fan design to displace air effectively
  • BioConnect™ feedback features easy-to-use LCD with speed, RPM, distance, time and calorie readouts
  • BioFit™ Comfort delivers a smooth ride with air flow from built-in, quiet fan
  • BioDyne™ performance offers synchronized arm and leg motion for natural movement
  • Isolates upper body exercises with stationary foot rest pegs
  • Includes transportation wheels for simple and speedy storage
  • Manufacturer’s Warranty: 5 years frame, 1 year parts and electronics, 90 days labor labor
  • Model: 100425


  • Maximum User Capacity: 250 lbs
  • Drive System: Belt
  • Display: LCD
  • Heart Rate Monitor: No
  • Resistance System: Progressive air resistance system
  • Resistance Levels: Infinite
  • Built-in Fan: Yes
  • Seat: Extra padded, anatomically correct seat
  • Seat Adjustments: Yes; up/down
  • Handlebars: Synchronized arm and leg motion
  • Transport Wheels: Yes
  • Assembled Dimensions: 46" L x 25" W x 50" H
  • Item Weight: 96 lbs
  • Accessories: No
  • Brand: Schwinn
  • Country of Origin: Imported


Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor quality - surprising given bike manufacturer's reputation After I used a Pro Form stationary exercise bike without issue for 6+ years, I finally had to replace when one of the pedals sheared off. I selected the Schwinn AD bike, given its positive reviews for durability and affordability. After 6 months of use, I started to see debris launched out of the front end of the frame, as well as small clumps of dark material. After another couple of weeks while exercising, I noticed a loud clicking sound. After reading the troubleshooting guide and ruling out the provided reason (loose pedal), I called Customer Service and was advised I needed to remove the shroud to diagnose the problem. Turned out to be a worn belt that was fraying and slapping against bike’s resistance fan. As of this writing, resolution is for Nautilus to send me a replacement belt, which I’ll have to install, requiring more disassembly and time on my part to correct. Very disappointed with this product. Thought from previous experience that this bike would have lasted much longer. The only “maintenance” I had to perform with the Pro Form bike was to change the batteries.
Date published: 2018-02-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Uncomfortable bike The seat on this bike is painful. Needs to be changed.The bike offers little resistance and resistance doesn't increase when pedaling faster.However the bike is very sturdy and well-made.
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not bad for the price, however... For the price, it's not bad. It gets the job done. But there are 2 important aspects that fall short: 1) the seat is VERY uncomfortable. Trust me, you'll be looking for a cushion. And 2) the reason you get this type of bike is for the fan cooling effect while you ride, however, the impeller fan blows the air in the wrong direction to provide cooling. It blows away from the rider under the bike. You'll feel a small amount on your lower legs, but nothing from the waist up. If you pedal backwards, you'll get the desired cooling on your upper body and face where you really need it....but who wants to pedal backwards? If they'd reverse the spin direction of the fan, it would easily get a 4.0 rating from me.
Date published: 2016-03-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great stationary bike This bike is well built and durable. I bought it about six months ago and have it in my outside patio under a gazebo. So far no issues with any parts considering is outside in Florida's weather. Not really expose to the sun, but it gets wet every now and then. Love it. Just wondering how accurate the calorie meter really is? just wondering
Date published: 2016-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Built like a tank This is a very well built exercise bike. It is heavy duty and not flimsy at all, unlike a lot of other affordable exercise bikes. The bike is very well packaged and a cinch to put together (basically you install 8 small bolts with an allen wrench, and put the pedals on). This bike provides an excellent full body workout and looks great to boot.
Date published: 2015-09-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Exercise Bike Well made exercise bike. Solid feel and easily moves around on wheels. Very stable and sits on floor with no wobble like other bikes I've tried. Has an easy step through mounting and smooth operation. Will give you a good cardio workout without having to adjust levels of performance or increase tension settings with buttons or knobs. Easy seat adjustment with pull out knob and turn to lock setting. It would be the perfect machine if it had a digital heart rate readout and sensor to track your cardio level. The monitor for calories, rpm, session time, and miles could use a backlight but it can be read in room light. But the price is right and a heart rate monitor would certainly add extra costs. It will give you all the cardio work you need and it's easy to use even if you are a senior citizen.
Date published: 2015-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great piece of excercise equipment This is a great piece of exercise for residential use. I have had mine for about a year now and used it 4-5 times per week at about 30 minutes per session. So I have some hours logged in on this thing. It works the entire body at the same time. I have used treadmills, stationary bikes, an elliptical and the original Airdyne (back in HS wrestling) over the decades I have been working out. I would say this is most closely related to a sitting elliptical. Low impact but high energy. It is not a good replica for a road cyclist because your posture is different, your arms are very active and you cannot control the resistance to give an even pressure to a specific rpm you would like to hit. However, I ride a mt. bike off road in the upper midlands of the US and this is pretty close to that because of all the movement. It is very versatile as a piece of exercise equipment though since you can let your legs do all the work, your arms do all the work or any variation of that combination. I will even focus on chest muscles by using only a push motion with me arms or the back muscles by using a pull motion. It does not have a heart rate monitor and the computer is very simple but that is what I wanted. I have found the heart rate monitors built into machines are very unreliable so I use a chest strap or even a wrist unit for my heart rate. And who really cares about "speed" and calculated calories? I find the most useful computer readings are time on the machine and maybe rpm so I can gauge what level I need to work to get to a target heart rate. The fan is loud when you get cranking but no more loud than the average treadmill or elliptical with motors and moving parts grinding away. It is considerably more noisy than a stationary bike with magnetic resistance, but what isn't? This model is much quieter than the original Airdyne made out of metal and cast iron. Man that thing kicked my butt in wrestling practice. Maybe that is why it took me 15 years before trying it again.Overall a great machine for anyone's home. A good investment that will last a long time and help you stay healthy.
Date published: 2015-03-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from SEMI-GOOD East assembly. The bicycle part works great. The monitor is terrible, it works for 8-10 minutes then flashes without updating. Tried changing help. Tried disconnecting for 10 minutes then help.
Date published: 2015-03-10
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