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Concept 2 BikeErg

$990.00

Gear Specs

Brand Concept 2
Assembled in USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 65LB (29KG)
Length 48" (122CM)
Width 24" (61CM)
Material Type Welded aluminum frame, steel feet, black powder coat frame, gray anodized posts.
Other Product Specs Adjustable seat and handles
Foot Print 48” x 24”

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.

Concept 2 Warranty: Frame Parts - Five Year Limited Warranty / All Parts - Two Year Limited Warranty.

Additional Specifications:

  • Flywheel Indoor Fitness Bike
  • Footprint: 48” x 24”
  • Weight: 65LB (29KG)
  • Maximum User Weight: 300LB
  • 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
  • Includes Smartphone Cradle
  • 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:

Compatible with Polar Heart Rate Transmitters:

Gear Specs

Brand Concept 2
Assembled in USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 65LB (29KG)
Length 48" (122CM)
Width 24" (61CM)
Material Type Welded aluminum frame, steel feet, black powder coat frame, gray anodized posts.
Other Product Specs Adjustable seat and handles
Foot Print 48” x 24”

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 80.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Crushes other spin/assault bikes Owned this for over a year. Beats the c___ out of every other stationary bike out there. Less than half the cost of a Peleton, better than a WattBike and just as useful with a couple of minor upgrades. My Div1, top 10 rowing program daughter convinced us to get this. I had rowed D1 at college when Concept 2 released the Model B rowing machine - the first real, ball busting, lung burning, muscle cramping off-season workout device. The rowing machines are built like a tank, you can see people today trying to sell Model B’s on Craigslist for more than they retailed for 30 years ago! Have owned a Model C rower for 15 years with millions of meters on it replacing only the read out device. Everything Concept 2 makes is completely over-engineered and designed to take Olympic-level stress for decades. Turns out the bike erg is no exception. It’s not the same as a spin bike, and certainly not an assault bike. Whatever they did with the belt mechanism for the flywheel it seems to put greater load on your thighs and just slow burns them throughout a workout turning them to jelly. My daughter has top of the line WattBikes at her boathouse, but the BikeErg is the go-to bike. Her coaches have seen more benefit using BikeErg sessions (intervals,sprints, long pieces etc) than other bikes. And they’ve compared a bunch. The BikeErg is a belt driven, flywheel bike. Resistance is varied by changing airflow into the flywheel manually. Same principle Concept 2 has used on the Rowing and Ski Erg machines since 1990. This creates a resistance pattern that works your legs throughout the down push when cycling. From the top to the bottom of the pedal turn. That’s what creates the unique burn. It’s as though you are constantly working up a very slight incline. The other unique part of any Concept 2 device is the Performance Monitor (PM5). It was the first accurate, reliable power meter commercially produced. Back in 1990 it was a quite revolution. It took the rowing community a decade to figure out how it could be used to enhance training. I’ve seen people complain the design looks outdated, why can’t it be a touch screen, it can’t show this or that etc. Bottom line is that it’s a way more open system than any other product out there. You can download a system update to set your workouts in calories, distance or time for all the CrossFitters. It syncs reliably to heart rate monitors (polar, whoop, Garmin etc), it can hook up to multiple different apps including ErgData from Concept 2 that can display and store a wide variety of power parameters. You can upload workouts to TrainingPeaks with ease if that’s your thing. To get the most out of it as a Peloton beater there are couple of easy upgrades you need - pedal clips $15. You can replace the pedals and seat if you want. I like to wear sneakers when I ride. - Idevice holder. Motivation helps with Zwift, a monthly Peloton subscription, or movies for long rides. We experimented with a bunch of options before combining a $15 SmallRig padded clamp with an easily adjustable rock-solid iPad holder $20 - Water bottle holder Clamp $10 You could go cheaper, but it won’t be as solid. I’m 6’5” 250, my daughter is 6’1” 170, my son is a 6’8” 290 footballer player. The BikeErg is adjustable for all of us and solid enough to handle my son doing sprint workouts (he’s broken seats and pedals on cheaper bikes in his high school weight room). What it can’t do. The quibble you will hear (not mine since I know what the machine is designed for) is that it can be awkward to adjust the resistance during a workout. That’s not really how Concept 2 machines are designed to work. The vast majority of people should set the fan so they can work comfortably at 60-80 rpm for 30 min. Normally about 3-4. Increased effort happens through increasing your cadence. It’s not really designed to easily mimic a bike going uphill. You can’t go wrong buying this BikeErg. If it’s not for you it will sell on Craigslist in 5 min for close to retail price.
Date published: 2020-07-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Concept 2 Quality!!! Great leg workout, with plenty of adjustment for the handle bars and seat!!!
Date published: 2020-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it! So happy with my purchase. Very smooth wheels and easy to move around. Easily adjustable seat and handle bar. Hubby put the bike together for me and found it fairly easy to do. Great for any type of workout - distance vs WODs. I am able to (carefully) bring it down two small steps and wheel out the back door for when I do my workouts outside. Very sturdy and well made, looks like it will last long.
Date published: 2020-05-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth every penny. Best piece of equipment I have. Super solid, consistent, a real tough workout. Highly recommend!
Date published: 2020-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best machine ever Gym closed due to covid. We've been doing a daily cardio for 4 years so absolutely needed a home machine. Treadmills are bulky, ellipticals bulkier so we chose bike. This one requires a floor space under 3x5, can be rolled around, has a belt transmision not a chain, is built like a tank and does not break and offers incredibly challenging workouts as well as ability to upload them online, rank them against peers worldwide, participate in virtual challenges and get certificates which makes workouts fun. We are very happy with it and have been biking 30k a day on average since we received it.
Date published: 2020-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 months later… It has been almost 5 months, 1.4 million meters/860 miles, over 50 hours of ride time and I couldn’t be happier with my BikeErg! I have been tweaking the fit and also made a couple of changes since my first review. The first is replacing the saddle with a Selle Italia Turbo saddle, which you can see in one of the attached pictures. While the padding on the original saddle is very comfy, I opted to go with a different one for two reasons. One, the original saddle felt a bit bouncy to me and two, I wanted a saddle with an upsweep on the tail, which the original one doesn’t have. While changing the saddle I also realized that I needed to make a correction to my original review. The black cap at the top of the seatpost where the saddle sits does allow you to adjust the tilt angle, which I didn’t think was possible before. Ridges inside that piece allow you to set the step angle for the front and rear of the cap independently to change the tilt of the saddle. There is actually a video on the Concept 2 YouTube channel titled Concept2 BikeErg Tips: Saddle Adjustment, which explains this. I have also been using ErgData for the last couple of months to immediately upload ride results. I had an old iPhone 6 sitting in a drawer, which is now dedicated full time for this purpose as you can see in one of the attached pictures. The other benefit of this, which I absolutely love, is that the Concept 2 data can be linked to the Garmin Connect app for my watch and as soon as that upload from ErgData is finished it shows up on the app with a really nice graphical analysis of your ride. I’ve also attached a couple of screenshots of the Web page and phone app showing the results of my sprint workout today. If you are considering one of these I would highly recommend it. Rod
Date published: 2020-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOOOOOVE Love this bike!! Best purchase I've ever made! Would recommend for anyone on the fence of purchasing!
Date published: 2020-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great piece of equipment Love it. Have had this for just a few weeks, it’s a great addition to the home gym. Very versatile; incorporate it into a wod, use it for interval training, or for some steady state cardio. Easy to use, has the same fan damper settings like the concept2 rower; easy to adjust- the seat and handlebars are all adjustable. Great product. Only negative is the seat is somewhat uncomfortable at first, I had no experience with the bike erg prior to purchase, so it did stand out at first. Once you get on and start riding you don’t really notice the seat (your quads are on fire).
Date published: 2020-03-26
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