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Schwinn 220 Recumbent Exercise Bike (2009 Model)


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Schwinn 220 Recumbent Exercise Bike (2009 Model)


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Get in shape at home with the comfortable Schwinn 220 recumbent exercise bike, offering a compact design and the feel of a more traditional outdoor bike while relying on core, stabilizing muscles to balance your body weight. Features include a 13.2-pound flywheel, 16 resistance levels, 10 programs, adjustable seat, magazine rack, and contact heart rate monitoring built into the handlebars. It also includes the following exclusive Schwinn features:



The Schwinn 220 recumbent exercise bike for the home.
BioFit Comfort:

BioDyne Performance:

BioConnect Feedback:

Features & Specifications:



The Schwinn 220's exercise console (see larger image).


An adjustable seat allows multiple users to exercise on the 220 comfortably.
Manufacturer's Warranty
5 years on the frame, 1 year on parts and electronics, 3 months on wear parts, 3 months on labor



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Number of Programs 7 10 17 17 16
Workout Programs 1 Manual, 6 Profile 6 Profile, 1 Custom, Quick Start, Fitness Test, Results Mode 8 Profile, 2 Custom, Quick Start, Fitness Test, 3 Heart Rate Controlled, Distance Goal, Results Mode 8 Profiles, Quick Start, Distance Goal, 2 Custom, 3 Heart Rate Controlled, Fitness Test, Results Mode 6 Profile, Quick Start, 2 Custom, 3 Heart Rate Controlled, Fitness Test, Distance Goal, Calorie Goal, Results Mode
Performance Tracking No No Schwinn Advantage* Schwinn Advantage* No
Polar® Heart Rate System No No No Yes Yes
Heart Rate contact contact telemetry enabled & contact telemetry enabled & contact telemetry enabled (with chest strap) & contact
Display Type LCD extra large LCD extra large black backlit LCD with multi-colored brickyard extra large black backlit LCD with multi-colored brickyard extra large blue backlit LCD
Resistance Levels 8 16 16 16 16
Other Features magnetic eddy current brake, extra large console, fan, reading rack, water bottle holder, two position lumbar support, powered by battery or AC adaptor (sold separately) compatible, transport wheels, rear stabilizer frame levelers, switchable from miles to kilometers magnetic eddy current brake, thickly padded seat with side bolsters and lumbar support, reading rack, rear stabilizer frame levelers, transport wheels, switchable from miles to kilometers, AC adaptor included magnetic eddy current brake, console angle adjustability, thickly padded seat with side bolsters and lumbar support, storage basket, reading rack, water bottle holder, rear stabilizer frame levelers, transport wheels, switchable from miles to kilometers, oversized deluxe pedals eddy current brake, console angle adjustability, thickly padded seat with side bolsters and lumbar support, blower fan, speakers, storage basket, reading rack, water bottle holder, rear stabilizer frame levelers, transport wheels, adjustable handlebars, switchable from miles to kilometers, oversized deluxe pedals magnetic eddy current brake, console angle adjustability, thickly padded seat with side bolsters and lumbar support, blower fan, reading rack, water bottle holder, storage basket, rear stabilizer frame levelers, transport wheels, switchable from miles to kilometers, oversized deluxe pedals
Dimensions (L x W x H) 61 x 17 x 41 inches
56 x 25 x 38 inches
63 x 25 x 46 inches
67 x 25 x 26 inches
67 x 25 x 52 inches
Product Weight 60 pounds 97 pounds 117 pounds
117 pounds
119 pounds
Warranty Frame: 2 years, Mechanical & Electric: 6 months, Wear Parts: 30 days Frame: 5 years, Mechanical & Electric: 1 year, Wear Parts: 90 days Frame: 5 years, Mechanical & Electric: 1 year, Wear Parts: 90 days Frame: 5 years, Mechanical & Electric: 1 year, Wear Parts: 90 days Frame: 10 years, Mechanical: 2 years, Electric: 1 year, Wear Parts: 6 months
Max. User Weight 275 pounds
275 pounds 275 pounds 275 pounds 300 pounds


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