Don’t Buy a Peloton Bike Before Watching review of The Sunny Bike for $333

Sunny Bike 49lb Flywheel Bike = $333
Apple Tv = $100
Peloton App = $12
Remaining $55 = send to me for saving you $2000


Gary West says:

This Sunny SF-B1002 is a Great bike for the price. I paid $299.00 for mine, plus my computer, and cycle Gel seat cover. Very stable and very sturdy. I also bought the Spinning® BIO™ Wireless Computer for it as it has a larger readout than the cats eye Computer i was looking at, i bought the $70.00 unit. The Maintenance is very easy on this bike, spray the leather resistance pad once a week if used regularly a small shot of silicone spray is good for the wife and I to ride it for more than 16 hours a week, no problems at all. Also if you want to avoid the peleton monthly app fee. I use Youtube cycling workout videos, there are quite a few of them.

Don Pettinger says:

That is an excellent work around.. Great video……

David Kaplan says:

You don’t get the metrics, leaderboard, or community feel. Additionally, that thing is LOUD

Andrew Eckert says:

Lol, that is hilarious that you even compare that set up to Peloton. Peloton is worth every cent and then some. Excellent product, great instructors, unbelievable number of variety and selection of rides, measurable performance, and a smooth quiet ride. Please stop giving an uneducated opinion on a bike you’ve never even tried.

Jonathan Berman says:

The Peloton Bike with its streaming rhythmic workout classes does sound pretty awesome… but…

$2000 for the bike, $250 delivery, $40 a month classes… it all seems overpriced in all 3 areas… it sounds like an awesome idea and very motivating, but again, the price is prohibitive imho, $250 delivery clearly is ridiculous, mattress companies will ship and set up a mattress for free on an expensive item, also $40 a month for classes, feels like $15 a month would make more sense… I want to love it, I want to get it, but the price is out of this world.

Michelle Platt says:

Very similar to the setup on my blog. A cadence sensor is really important. How do you keep up with the instructors?

Sunny Health & Fitness says:

Thanks for the awesome review!! Let us know if you would like to do a review of one of our higher end bikes from ASUNA. Please message us through our Facebook. Thank you

Valiacda says:

OMG, this is not a bike, this is a Frankestein. Thank you, I have a Peloton bike, it is the BEST !!

prince Mack says:

you don’t need to spend 2500 on a bike to be fit. 333 for a bike is a good investment. all you really have to do is eat clean food drink water and stop putting crap in your body you will lose all the weight you need. its so easy to do that people don’t do it lol and that’s the realest statement u will ever hear

Cat Kom says:

Have you tried Studio SWEAT onDemand at home classes? They’re so much better than Peloton classes. They have a free trial. Try them and let me know which you think are better workouts!

krazye says:

I’m debating on dropping 2 grand for a keiser m3i. Wish I can find a better deal for a magnetic resistance bike WITH a lever for adjusting resistance instead of some stupid spinny thing.

Constance says:

I really appreciate this. Took your advice and it works! Thanks for hack my friend

Diana Gomez says:

better go to walmart buy one for $ 100 and go outside

SortaDopeIGuess says:

Thankyou. $3K for a fake bike . F$$K no. I like the way you think. F$k the Haters.

Irena Poe says:

Do they still have this bike on amazon? I would like to purchase one after New Years.



Jenny Arias says:

Having trouble mounting the saddle. Getting frustrated about it.

Y Park says:

Would love to see if this bike works w Bkool virtual and or Swift. Peloton does not offer the virtual that those apps have.

d ob says:

It’s not bad for the price but the whole thing with the peloton is the tracking of stats, competing with other riders, the community ect. If you don’t care about that stuff then ya this is nice

Michelle Coley says:

Hi are you still riding the Bike with the peloton app? Are you still enjoying it?

Winston Robinson says:

No thank you, love my Peloton.

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jojimbo jo says:

*Loving my bike.>>>**** It was quite easy to assemble, no issues at all. I followed a YouTube video about assembling it and that helped a lot. Only small issue is that moving it around is a bit of a drag because you can only bend the bike to a certain angle to be able to move the bike around, which to me isn’t the best angle since i have to be constantly moving it. Wish the wheel was a bit larger or situated further back so one could bend it further out and make it easier to move around. Other than that, i have no issues.*

Bluet Almeida Fasce says:

lol, I got mine 2 years ago on Amazon and payed $162 with shipping included

swiperboy sb says:

frugal people are the best

Kevin Schilling says:

just curious, you still using this same setup?

Garras Porgratix says:

Its just AMAZING how much people pay for bikes for a brand sticker (made in China) let alone a stationary that can be easily built from scratch in a lazy Saturday by somone with a little imagination or use a junk frame to save time. For $3000 a bike better come with some sort of engine.

Leslie McTavish says:

What model number is it please because I am comparing SF models and to know the model # would be really helpful. Is your model also quiet?

Wolfgang Rebhan says:

Can you even see your stats with this setup? How do you know what resistance setting you’re on?

makor1990 says:

This set up cannot be compared to Peloton.
But I agree that if you’re a beginner, this may work for you just fine. On the other hand, if you are competitive and want to track your improvement and see how you do comparing to the 6k + peloton users, this doesn’t work. In my option, you’re removing half the fun with this “hack.”

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