Bladez H914 Jet Indoor Cycling Bike
The handlebars, pedals, and seat can all be exchanged for others so you can customize it to your liking. While it’s not uncommon to be able to change the seat and pedals, rarely can you switch handlebars.
Another unique feature involves the resistance control. Most indoor cycling bikes use a knob to adjust resistance, but the Bladez H914 Cycling Bike is set up just like a typical bicycle. By pressing the the clip attached to the handlebars, the friction pads are applied to the flywheel to increase resistance. The clip can be moved to any part of the handlebar to make adjusting the resistance more convenient for users.
The Jet bike has 12 levels of resistance so users know exactly where they stand. One issue with other bikes is that the resistance knob doesn’t display what level you are on. This will help you keep track of your progress from session to session. The only downside is that there aren’t any numbers displayed, so you will have to document what level you where at each time, or make a mental note.
The handlebars can be adjusted vertically and horizontally. This allows you to get whatever angle is most comfortable for you. Elbow pads are also included so you can rest your forearms comfortably. Transport wheels allow for greater portability. The water bottle holder makes it more convenient to access your water in order to stay hydrated.
The Bladez H914 can be assembled in under 30 minutes, as most of it is already assembled beforehand.
One of the more impressive features is the maximum user weight of 300 pounds. I have not seen too many bikes that hold a weight beyond 220. This speaks to how strong and durable it is.
One of the downsides to this bike is the 31 pound flywheel, which is a bit lighter than you would like. The lighter the flywheel, the less stable it can be while riding. The seat isn’t very comfortable either, though this is nothing new with spin bikes. Also, there is no computer for you to track time, calories, etc. Computers can be purchased at Amazon for around $30.
The warranty is for 1 year parts and lifetime frame.
I bought this bike a few weeks ago and have found it to be really well made and as other reviewers have indicated, it rides silently, is smooth, and definitely worth the money. I only wish it had a cycle computer so I knew how far I’d gone and how fast. – Dough Holland, (Sacramento, CA)
Only have had it for about a month, but so far, it seems well made and sturdy. Was quite easy to put together, although one of the pictures took me a while to figure out. I immediately misplaced the booklet, so when I found I needed to adjust the brake, I was only able to do it partially. I am sure, though, that when I contact the seller they will explain what to do to me. So far, I think it was a good buy for the money. – otherworld
My wife and I are very satisfied with the size, quality, and performance from the H914. Delivery was exactly what they said it would be, cycle was relatively easy to assembly and it provides the workout we had wanted. – Eddie Peterson (Calhoun, Georgia)