Say Goodbye to Gym Worries with Yosuda Indoor Cycling Bike

This Yosuda Bike Review will provide all the information you need before you buy. Yosuda’s extremely affordable bike is a great way to start connected fitness. You can read the whole story below.

Here’s a quick overview of the Yosuda Indoor Cycling Bike

Yosuda Bike offers a low-cost option for people who want to start with connected fitness programs such as Peloton. Yosuda might not have all the bells and whistles you would find on a $1000+ bicycle. For $300, however, it offers a great biking experience.

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Yosuda Bike specs

Weight73 lbs
Maximum user weight270 lbs
Dimensions40’’ L x 22’’ W x 45’’ H
ResistanceFriction resistance adjustable
Adjustability3-Way Adjustment
Measuring TrackingTime, Speed, Calorie, Distance, Odometer
DisplayLCD Monitor + Phone/Tablet Holder
PedalsToe Cage
Warranty- Frame: 12 Months
- Components: 6-12 months
- Flywheel: 24 Months

Yosuda Bike

Design and resistance

The Yosuda Bike’s steel frame feels light and sturdy despite its weight. The frame is stable even when riding at high speeds with high resistance. This applies to standing and riding in the saddle.

The Yosuda Bike has friction resistance. This can be adjusted using a knob located below the handlebars. A brake pad makes contact with the spinwheel to create friction resistance. It won’t be as quiet or smooth as bikes with magnetic resistance. The 35lb flywheel makes the ride quite quiet and smooth.

Seat, handlebar and pedals

I find the adjustable, padded seat to be just right. It’s soft enough to allow for a comfortable ride without compromising performance.

The handlebar design is also very appealing to me. It is minimalistic but it works well with many hand positions. It also curves toward the top, making it a good position to learn from for a change of body positioning.

For those who are new to cycling, the included pedals only have a toe-cage. To get a better experience, I recommend that you replace the included pedals with clip-in pedals once you have purchased a pair of cycling footwear.


An attachable LCD display monitor is included with the Yosuda Bike. The monitor attaches to one of the handlebars and displays several pieces of information.

  • Time to exercise
  • Distance
  • Speed
  • Calories
  • Odometer

The monitor can display all of the measurements, or you can choose to show one. To gauge my progress, I keep the monitor on speed and distance. The calorie measurement isn’t very useful since it doesn’t take into account resistance or bodyweight.

As with all friction resistance bikes there is no way of measuring the resistance that you ride with. The Yosuda Bike is best suited for heart-rate training programs like Apple Fitness+ and BODi.

The included tablet/phone holder fits on the handlebars. This holder is great for tablets and phones, but larger devices will not fit because of the extra display. My iPad 12.9 inches was too big.

Yosuda vs RENPHO Bike

The Yosuda is a bit more stable and comfortable than the RENPHOAI Smart Bike (usually between $400-500). The Yosuda is great for riding out of the saddle. This is almost impossible to do with the RENPHO.

There are additional features that the RENPHO Bike offers, such as the ability to see your resistance levels using magnetic resistance and automatic resistance via its accompanying app. If you are interested in knowing your resistance, the RENPHO Bike is worth looking at.

Connect the Watts’ Take

For an amazing price, the Yosuda Bike provides a smooth and stable riding experience at an unbelievable price. It can be expensive to get connected fitness, but it doesn’t have to be with a bike such as this.

This bike is ideal for use with any fitness app, including those that are focused on heart-rate zone workouts. Highly recommended.

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