ProForm GT Indoor Cycle

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ProForm GT Indoor Cycle
Price: $499.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days (Monday, Dec 23 to Thursday, Dec 26) + transit
Condition: New


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Does this trainer simulate the feel of going uphill in low gear? I never felt one where it could accurately simulate that feeling (which is relatively high cadence with burns in your leg or mid cadence out of the saddle with even more burn).

And for proform to offer TDF models with inclines…I find that feature irrelevant given its lack of side to side rocking capability, which is 100x more important.

I was looking for more of an indoor/outdoor cycle.

Can I make custom maps on it without having to pay for an account?

I bought this bike during Amazon’s cyber sale for $560 with free shipping (prime). Sadly I cannot answer any questions or review it because I still don’t have it. It was supposed to arrive last week, but UPS says it was damaged and returned it without my knowledge. Amazon is sending a new one to arrive later in the week. I thought I was getting a good deal, but this is even better. Too bad there are no reviews out there to confirm it’s a good purchase.

What has happened to Woot? The descriptions are great but the products no longer have that “pop”. You know that “Je ne sais quoi” deal quality. Where the product is many times something you didn’t know you needed and at a price you can’t refuse.

I used to visit here daily and pass deals onto friends, now the products just seem so standard. While the descriptions are still as funny as ever. Just sayin’.

Does anybody own this? Seriously, a product that has 0 reviews on the entirety of the internet. From what I can tell, it’s not exactly a brand new model, it’s been around several months.

I did come across this review,

Seems like its a good bike.

This looks similar, but not identical, to the bike we used to have at my local health club’s spinning class (they’ve since gotten other bikes, I think by Schwinn)-- it is a good bike. One thing to consider is that if you have cleats it doesn’t look like these pedals will accommodate you, not sure how easy it would be to get replacement pedals for cleats.

What type of warranty does this bike have have?

Is it a 7-year frame and 1-year parts warranty?

In the reviews, this model does a better job of hanging your jackets, hats, and laundry on than others.

What if the computer dies on this unit? Is it still operable?

Can you replace it cheaply or buy the IFIT WIRELESS MODULE instead?

I just had an online chat with the company and they said road pedals should fit.

Another review.

Two for Two,in for one.

One advantage of this is the flywheel being in the rear. I know with the ones in the front, when the sweat starts pouring and it drips onto the wheel where it eventually comes in contact with the friction pad, one starts getting fluctuation in resistance.

Also, don’t know how the electronically controlled resistance/speed works, since with the manual ones, it frequently changes in terms of how it ramps up (especially the gym ones, where every one is different). Will these 20 speeds have fixed resistance for the life of the bike or pad?

I was looking at a treadmill with iFit but steered clear–iFit doesn’t get a lot of love in the reviews on the nordic trak site…Also search for “proform ifit module” on Amazon for some less than stellar reviews. Just wanted to put that out there if iFit is a key part of your buying decision.

I don’t know if it makes a difference in quality but this bike does not require the module. iFit is built in.