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Concept 2 BikeErg


Availability: Available in US, CA, and APO addresses only. AK and HI included.

Gear Specs

Brand Concept 2
Assembled in USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 58 lb (26 kg)
Length 48 in (122 cm)
Width 24 in (61 cm)
Material Type Welded aluminum frame, steel feet, black powder coat frame, gray anodized posts.

Concept2 BikeErg

The BikeErg is the latest innovation from the makers of the Concept2 Indoor Rower and SkiErg. Utilizing the same advanced engineering principles and PM5 performance monitor as those time-tested machines, the BikeErg is also lighter in weight than most stationary bikes and closer in feel to actual outdoor riding. The design is built around precision flywheel air resistance, creating a workout customized to any athlete who uses it. As you pedal harder, the intensity and challenge of the workout increases accordingly. At the same time, the inclusion of a clutch lets you freewheel like a standard bicycle, while a wide damper range re-creates the effect of changing gears.

The Concept2 BikeErg is portable, easy to assemble, and designed with an adjustable saddle and handlebars. Users can even decide to attach their own bicycle seat, handlebars or pedals (most styles are compatible) to create the ultimate custom indoor bike.

Rather than a chain, the BikeErg features high-strength, self-tensioning polygroove belts, greatly reducing the sound output and making set-up practical in any room of the house.

Additional Specifications:

  • Flywheel Indoor Fitness Bike
  • Footprint: 48” x 24”
  • Weight: 58 LB (26 KG)
  • Construction: Welded aluminum frame, steel feet
  • Finish: Black powder coat frame, anodized posts
  • Polygroove belts with self-tensioning system - quiet operation
  • Adjustable seat and handles
  • Damper for adjusting airflow to flywheel
  • Clutch for freewheeling
  • PM5 Performance Monitor
  • BikeErg Product Manual with Performance Monitor Quick Start Guide
  • Tools and instructions for assembly included

Compatible with Shimano Bike Accessories

Customers can further customize their bike with the addition of any of the following high-quality Shimano bike accessories available from Rogue:

Gear Specs

Brand Concept 2
Assembled in USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 58 lb (26 kg)
Length 48 in (122 cm)
Width 24 in (61 cm)
Material Type Welded aluminum frame, steel feet, black powder coat frame, gray anodized posts.

What Sets the Concept2 BikeErg Apart:

  • 1PM5 Performance Monitor

    Included standard with the unit, the PM5 Performance Monitor offers a wide range of instant data feedback, including pace, watts, cadence (rpm) and calories. These statistics are then saved and stored automatically in the monitor’s memory or an optional USB stick. The PM5 has both Bluetooth and ANT+ wireless options, so you can connect to most wireless heart rate belts, as well as Concept2’s ErgData app and other third party apps. The PM5 takes two D-cell batteries and the power is generated by the flywheel when you ride, saving on battery life.

  • 2Flywheel & Damper

    Like the Concept2 Rowers and SkiErg, the BikeErg uses air resistance generated by a fanned flywheel. This makes the machine directly responsive to your own output as you pedal. The inclusion of a special damper also re-creates the effect of shifting gears on a standard bicycle, as the user can alter the amount of air going into the flywheel. By changing settings, you can simulate the experience of a straightaway ride or a challenging uphill climb. The BikeErg is uniquely customizable to the skill sets and preferences of any athlete, regardless of size or experience.

  • 3Quality Construction + Easy Mobility

    Few fan bikes can match the BikeErg for precision engineering, durability, and convenient portability. Set-up takes just a matter of minutes, and the unit’s lightweight welded aluminum frame + a set of caster wheels make it uniquely mobile for a so-called “stationary” bike. The use of self-tensioning polygroove belts also greatly reduces the sound output of the bike, making it a viable option for any room in the house.

  • 4Adjustable & Customizable

    The BikeErg is designed with an adjustable saddle and handlebars, which can be moved both up-and-down and forward-and-back into a custom, secure setting. Users can even decide to attach their own bicycle seat, handlebars or pedals (most styles are compatible) to create the ultimate custom indoor bike.

  • 5Part of the Concept2 Family of Ergometers

    Backed by Concept2’s nearly 40 years as a leading American fitness equipment manufacturer, the BikeErg is a worthy upgrade over an existing stationary bike or a logical addition for a gym already equipped with the popular Concept2 Rower and SkiErg. These machines are all built to last and utilize the same flywheel technology and advanced monitor system to give any athlete an efficient, consistent training experience.

  • 6Fast Rogue Shipping

    Orders placed by 3pm ship the same day. The Rogue Shipping System allows you to track your order from the time you place it to the time it hits your door. Concept 2 BikeErgs ship flat rate within the continental US.

Concept 2 BikeErg is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Piece of Equipment This product is another in a line of Concept 2 equipment that is fantastic. It is as solid as a rock and very smooth. I can push hard on it without vibration. Everything, including the damper which you can change while riding, adjusts easily to fix different riders It compliments their rower and skier. Delivery by Rogue was right on time.
Date published: 2018-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extremely solid, silent, powerful, and awesome. Let's be honest, Concept2 is a social network. With the rower, the bike, and the ski, they own the market on speed comps. Step into a facility and aim to compete (or measure your own PRs from device to device), and you are locked into the Concept2 calibrated world of PM5 metric. Thank god they've built outstanding equipment, so that we are all jointly investing in a great foundation. The bike: this thing couldn't be built or designed any better. No shaking. No rattling. No squeaking. No loose parts. No noise. I'm 6'2" 195 and I throw myself at this thing, and it doesn't give a micrometer. The seat is comfy. The handle bars are in the right place. I put the Shimano pedals on. I have absolutely no complaints and I wouldn't change a thing.
Date published: 2018-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it! Purchased the Concept 2 instead of a $3000 bike I tried at a gym. Honestly I was worried the Concept 2 wouldn't be nearly as good. I have been extremely please so far. This has been as good if not better than the bike I almost bought. The smooth peddling and adjustments to fit my needs is wonderful.
Date published: 2018-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid piece of gear The thing is smooth and easily adjustable. Like the rower, the BikeERG is fairly understated; no goofy bells & whistles, just a very well designed USA made machine. Only slight drawback is the fan blows back towards you a bit. Not a problem for me, but slowed down my wife’s warmup in our cold winter basement gym. Come summertime, it may become a huge plus! Excellent, prompt shipping from Rogue, which is why I bought from them to begin with. I’ve come to expect only top notch gear from Rogue, and so far they’ve stayed true.
Date published: 2018-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BikeErg review Worth every dollar! I have beenable to maintain cardio with this bike beacuse its too cold to run outside.
Date published: 2018-02-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great machine (could have a better seat)! The Bike Erg is overall, a great piece of equipment. It is compact, sleek, light and sturdy. It gets the job done in a short period of time... My only complaint is the comfort of the seat. After putting an 30-60 mins a day on the bike for over two weeks, I thought my buttocks would have grown accustom to the discomfort of the seat by now; however, I am afraid my assumption was incorrect. I feel as if my ischium bones have been permanently bruised... The worse part is that my co-workers all stare at me and some even place wagers on whether I give off a whimper as I attempt to make a smooth transition from walking to the office to sitting down at my desk. It's an insecurity I never thought I had.
Date published: 2018-02-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great bike! Bought a couple months ago for home use. Ergonomics are nice, adjusts easily. Assembly took about an hour but I did it while everyone was sleeping so stealth assembly mode might have affected that. Provides great workout and I really love the clutch feature for when I’m hopping off it quickly during a metcon. No more taking pedals to the back of the calf.
Date published: 2018-02-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Almost perfect I was torn between this bike and the wahoo kickr for my indoor training. I use an indoor trainer to keep my legs where they need to be for my summer riding, for both road and mountain. When I saw this product come out I was pretty pumped. I was going to buy the kickr, retailing at $1200. Even used ones go for $800-900 so when I saw the bikeErg going for $990 I figured it might be worth a go. The ability to fit it exactly how my road bike is was awesome, worked out super well and I got the geometry exactly how my road bike is. I installed clipless pedals so I can use my cycling shoes. The overall install was very simple and took no time at all. I have a Zwift account and initially had some connectivity issues with the bluetooth. But then I found out that the bikeErg needs to be woken up and then you have to stop pedaling in order to get it to initially connect. It's all gravy from there. The only thing this bike does not have that I wish it did was the smart bike feature that automatically adjusts the tension on the bike to mirror my training program. It's not that big of deal, but would be nice. It's light weight compared to regular spin bikes with the heavy flywheels. Which makes it loading and unloading into my truck to take to work way less stressful on my back. Always a win. The one major pitfall of this bike in my opinion is the lack of resistance. while I can get a fine workout in the 4-5 resistance range, i've noticed that when I dial it up to 10 and stand up and crank I can outpace the resistance. I notice drops in resistance in the bottom of the crank's range of motion, which really messes up my ability to maintain tension on the crank through it's entire range of motion, thus keeping me from putting out more wattage. I'm not sure if it's the flywheel (or whatever we are calling it) but it would be nice to pump out over 1000watts at heavy resistance to simulate a steep hill climb or a sprint. Any ideas for fixing that Rogue? or Concept2? Besides that one small issue this bike has been great for my workouts and I am very happy with my purchase. I gave only 4 stars because 5 stars is perfect and with those drops resistance at the bottom ROM it just keeps it from being there. If they can make a way to improve that for current and future bikes that would be titts.
Date published: 2018-02-05
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