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BLADEZ Fitness Fusion GS II Indoor Cycle

BLADEZ Fitness Fusion GS II Indoor Cycle

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Your Price: $299.99
Retail Price:$599.99
Your Savings:$300.00(50%)
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Item Number:BZ-Fusion GS II
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  • * New improved frame design with upgraded handlebar post and stem
  • * Newly designed Dipped racing style handlebars with up/down and fore/aft adjustment
  • * Ultra smooth motion 40 lb. flywheel
  • * New improved anatomically designed Sport seat with for/aft and up/down Adjustability
  • * Motivational LCD console displays; time, speed, distance, total distance, Calories with Scan feature
  • * Warranty - 1 year parts, 90 days labor

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Take your indoor bike training and cardio workouts to the next level with the newly designed Bladez Fitness Fusion GS II indoor cycle. Bladez Fitness by BH, a worldwide leading road bike manufacturer and company since 1909 improved this top selling indoor cycle by upgrading; frame design, handlebar post and stem, dipped racing style handlebars, seat, water bottle holder, paint and more to help you reach your goals. 

  • Anatomically designed sports seat with fore/aft and up/down adjustability.
  • Dipped racing style handlebars with up/down and fore/aft adjustments.
  • Ultra smooth heavy weight 40 lb flywheel.
  • Heavy duty oval tube frame.
  • Top down resistance/emergency braking.
  • Durable 3-piece pedal crank system.
  • Motivational LCD console displays time, speed, distance, total distance and calories with scan feature.
  • Sport pedals with toe basket.
  • Aluminum mounted water bottle holder.
  • Ball bearing transport wheels.
  • Leveling feet for uneven surfaces.
  • 275 pound user weight capacity. 

Warranty Information

  • Lifetime Frame
  • 1-Year Parts, 90-Day Labor
4 Stars
very nice especially for the price
Works great smooth and quiet operation. The only thing I change was the seat to a saddle style. I don't know what the ergonomics are with skinny hard bicycle seats but no one likes them yet manufactures insist on using them. If the seat was a real one as in a saddle style it would of been 5 stars. Official Amazon review of Bladez Fitness Fusion GS II Indoor. Click for additional reviews.
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Reviewed by:  from . on 10/26/2015
4
4 Stars
Just purchased
I just received my Bladez bike and assembled it. It was easy to assemble and it included the tools. I purchased a purple gel seat cover because there are so many reviews that complained about the lack of seat comfort. My test run was smooth and have very little noise. I asked my husband if that would wake him if I rode it in the morning and he said it seemed quiet enough for him. I will give updates as I actually ride it regularly. Official Amazon review of Bladez Fitness Fusion GS II Indoor. Click for additional reviews.
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Reviewed by:  from . on 5/12/2016
4
5 Stars
Rock solid and feels like an outside bike
I am a fairly moderate to heavy cyclist (~50 miles a week). I live in Milwaukee and the weather tends to put a crimp into riding outside in the winter. It's not so much the temperature as much as the roads are usually pretty bad when it snows and the municipality has issues with snow removal. Also, drivers don't know how to drive in snow and do stupid stuff. Because of that, I wanted to find a stationary bike that I could ride inside that would emulate an outside ride as much as possible. For reference, I am 5' 3 and 150 lbs. The first thing I have to say about this bike is that it is rock solid and quite heavy. I had to take the box apart outside and take the pieces inside separately because it was so heavy. The flywheel just by itself is 40 lbs. Assembly is very easy. The directions are well diagrammed and easy to read. It's pretty self-explanatory where the parts go so you can't really mess it up. The parts you have to assemble are the seat, the seat post, the handlebars, the pedals, the cycling computer and the two metal bars that the bike sits on. As I mentioned, the bike is heavy so one of the bottom pieces has wheels on it so that you can move the bike when it is put together. I'm pretty small and didn't have issues moving the bike around once it was together. The seat, seat post and handlebars are all very adjustable. At 5' 3, I have the seat post in the second position so someone even shorter than me could still ride this bike. The seat goes backwards and forwards and also tilts backward and forward. The tension on the flywheel is controlled by a simple knob on the bike stem right in front of you. As far as riding the bike goes, it does feel similar to my outside experience so I'm very happy with it. Due to the weight of the flywheel, the resistance feels the same as when I'm riding outside. The bike is also not very noisy. I can watch my tv at a regular volume and hear it fine. The bike comes with a water bottle holder which isn't shown in the pictures . At first I thought it was in a weird spot which is on one of the front forks of the bike (see my pictures). I thought this was odd but it actually is the right spot to have it. You can reach down, grab the water and put it back easily. The only thing I didn't like were the pedals. They come with baskets which I'm not a fan of so I just took those off of the pedals. The pedals are not clip-on pedals. However, the pedals are just screwed on and you could switch them out for your choice of pedal easily. I use my Pearl Izumi bike shoes on the pedals that came with the bike and it works great for me (disclosure, I don't have clip pedals on my regular bike either). The cycling computer is also not much to speak of. It has the basic items of time spent, calories and distance traveled. It isn't necessary for the operation of the bike. I have a particular program of distance and intervals that I like to do and don't require the cycling computer for that. I have wood floors so I would definitely recommend putting some type of protection down if you have wood or tile floors. If you have carpet, you could probably get away with not having something underneath but I think the mats that I purchased would add stability even on carpet. I got the IncStores - 7/8 Jumbo Soft Interlocking Foam Tiles (Black/Grey, 6 Tiles) - Perfect for martial arts, MMA, lightweight home gyms, p90x, Insanity, gymnastics, yoga, cardio, aerobic, and plyometric exercises from Amazon and they are nice and thick and the bike feels stable on them. Official Amazon review of Bladez Fitness Fusion GS II Indoor. Click for additional reviews.
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Reviewed by:  from . on 1/27/2016
5
5 Stars
I love this bike
I love this bike. Last year, I invested in s treadclimber and just could not get into exercise. This bike is portable, does not take up much room, and gets a heck of s workout. I am not athletic, just an overweight premenopausal 50 something woman. You can't go wrong with this Official Amazon review of Bladez Fitness Fusion GS II Indoor. Click for additional reviews.
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Reviewed by:  from . on 1/8/2016
5
5 Stars
I am not sure if I was right but I love this bike
I am not an avid summer cyclist. I am not a person that works out on a regiment. The most work out I get is while I am working and softball in the summer. I was looking for a way to be warm and keep my cardio health up in the winter time. So, when I was reading the reviews for the Bladez Fusion GS I, I figured the GS II was the same thing but they fixed the issues with the first model. I am not sure if I was right but I love this bike. It is quiet and when I sit in front of the TV and cycle it doesn't feel like I am in a gym (duh) which is good because I cannot do the gym thing. I tried a couple times which turned out to be a waste of my membership fees as I missed it once and the routine fell through. It is so much easier to stay in routine when you have a few hundred dollar machine taunting you in your living room. Gotta get the moneys worth! This bike was very easy to assemble (hardest part was taking everything out of the box), but I highly suggest buying a mat to put it on as you (A) won't dent your carpeting or it won't slide as much on hardwood (theory as I have carpet) and (B) when you sweat it is a lot easier to clean up the mat than the carpet/floor. This model is floor heavy so there is no worry about tipping over. It doesn't take up much space and is very easy to move around via the wheels on the front. The adjustments on this bike are very easy to make. I am 5' 11'' with an average leg/torso differential and I am near max setting, my GF is 5' 4'' and when we switch it takes a minute to readjust everything to her level and off you go. The resistance is simple to turn up and down throughout your 'ride' so you can make it as difficult or as easy as you would like with the turn of a nob. For a guy and gal who are just looking to not put on the winter poundage in MN, this bike was inexpensive enough and does the trick beautifully. 5/5 stars with lots of potential value and way more value than a gym if you are like me. Official Amazon review of Bladez Fitness Fusion GS II Indoor. Click for additional reviews.
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Reviewed by:  from . on 12/6/2015
5

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