The Stamina 15-0200 InTone Folding Recumbent Bike, retailing for just $250, offers targeted cardiovascular training and lower body muscle toning from a lying-down position, allowing you to maintain ergonomic back support. The bike is adjustable, allowing you to control resistance using a dial. Its LCD monitor allows you to track your workout with a readout of all essential statistics: workout time, current and average speed, distance traveled, and estimated calories burned. It's quite a compact machine, at 47 inches long, 25 inches wide, and a maximum of 43 inches tall. It is also designed to be folded up and wheeled away for storage.
The Stamina 15-0200 InTone Folding Recumbent Bike is a lean, focused, simple machine. Anyone looking for a machine that can easily vary difficulties on the fly will be disappointed, as this machine offers no on-board computer. There are no preset courses, meaning your level of difficulty can only be altered manually using the dial. It also has a relatively bare-bones seat, which still provides some cushioning – but less than on a more expensive bike. The trade-off is the price, which at a manufacturer's suggested retail price of $250 is one of the least expensive bikes on the market. If you're looking for a bike on a budget, and the special features of the more expensive bikes seem unnecessary, this is a great option.
It's also physically compact, with a very small footprint, meaning it takes up very little space in your home. You can even collapse it easily to hide away under your bed or in a closet. This leanness does mean that larger people will struggle to use the bike. The seat is adjustable for different heights, but the bike is not recommended for anyone over 6 feet tall.