V-Fit Exercise Bike Reviews

V-Fit exercise bikes mainly cater to the budget end of the market, although this doesn’t necessarily mean cheap and nasty. In fact, they are a pretty reliable make with many models at really competitive prices.
They can do this by manufacturing out of the Far East but this doesn’t appear to affect the quality. Their bikes are well designed and make for credible machines at very competitive prices.

Beny, the official UK Importer, has a good reputation for customer service and cover most of their bikes with a two-year parts and labour warranty – which is good, and better than most, for the lower end of the market.

V-fit exercise bikes are obviously not going to have all the whistles and bells that much higher price models boast, but they can provide a reliable machine that will help you to get fit at very reasonable prices.

So nothing too flash but with prices ranging from £90 up to about £300 there’s plenty of choice for someone looking for affordable home fitness equipment.

We’ve listed below the V-Fit bikes we’ve tried so far with the best online price we can find.

V-Fit Exercise Bikes No Longer Available In The UK

V Fit MMUC 1 Manual Magnetic

V Fit has a reputation for building inexpensive, reliable, no-frills home fitness equipment and it’s been a while since we reviewed a manually controlled exercise bike…

V-Fit PMUC-1

V-Fit is one of the more senior manufacturers around and has been producing reliable fitness equipment for decades. With a particular focus on the more inexpensive…

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Exercise Bikes We Like

Under £300

£301 - £600

Over £600