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Spin is a contemporary exercise bike.

If the pandemic brought about one thing, it brought change. Gyms closed, and people started working out at home. Gyms opened again, and many continued to workout out at home. Now, we live in a world where a front room is a living space, work space, and exercise space all in one.


With equipment available prior to the pandemic, nothing was optimised to exist in the home. Equipment was bulky and uncomfortable. It didn’t fit in, and when it had to be moved about, it didn’t make life easy.


Spin is a contemporary exercise bike, built for the contemporary home.

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All controlled through one app.


Recent developments in apps like Training Peaks and Zwift show us how easy and affective it is to set up a training schedule and create custom sessions, whilst also following preset training programs.


The Spin app allows its users to closely specific training sessions, without having to be reliant upon an integrated screen.

Spin has been paired with Shimano cranks. Why? Most exercise bikes are twinned with their own version of cranks and their own version of pedals. It can be hard to change these pedals over, and for the more serious cyclists, users own ‘clipless’ might not fit.


Using Shimano cranks means that almost all types of pedals can be used, and it helps those with specific components make the most of their work out.

Unlike many predecessors that’ll use weight and magnets to create a variable resistance, Spin uses friction created between nylon, an extremely durable and long lasting material.


The benefit of using nylon means that there is zero maintenance. There are no magnets that need to be calibrated, or flywheels that can shift out of sink. The nylon components are entirely encapsulated and protected from the outside environment.

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