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    • Overall: 39.4" H x 31.5" W x 15.7" D
    • Overall Product Weight: 19.8lbs
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Not sure how this calls itself a bike from Bellflower, CA on 09/14/2015 – Verified Buyer
Was disappointed in the lack of exercise this "bike" actually gives. It is not a stationary bike as one normally thinks of one. Useless and was never used.
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Not an exercise bike from Los Angeles, CA on 03/07/2011
This works like those old-fashioned machines they had in the days before exercise bikes. The pedals don't rotate, so it's not a cardio machine, but can be used to build muscle in the arms foremost, then abs and legs. We bought this under the assumption it was actually an exercise bike, so while we're keeping it, the description is way off. Unless your 2-year old is the size of a 5-year old, it will be too big and difficult for them to operate. Instructions are poor but the machine can be put together in 20-30 minutes.
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Questions & Answers

"I'm a huge workout buff, but have bad knees. I was wondering how the pedals rotate on this bike?" — Richard
"Hi Richard, the pedals rotate like a bike, and not push and pull."
— Will K from Wayfair