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The DeskCycle is designed so you can get exercise at your desk while sitting. It fits perfectly under most desks and can be placed in front of my couch, a chair, etc. It is portable, so it can be taken anywhere. Free up time in your day by cycling at your desk while you work, so you don’t have to do it later!
There is a tension knob on the Desk Cycle, so you can make the cycle easy or hard to cycle. This is great as you build up strength, so you can keep yourself challenged.
- Improve your Health, Energy-Level, and Productivity
- Free up More Time in Your Day, Use at Work or at Home
- Sweating Is Not Required
- 8 Magnetic Resistance Levels
- Smooth Pedal Motion and Whisper-Quiet Operation
- Keep the Resistance Low at Your Desk
- Lowest Pedal Height of Any Under Desk Exercise Bike
People who exercise before or during work are happier, suffer less stress, and are more productive! And that’s a fact, Jack!
One reader will receive a Deskcycle Under Desk Bike ($189). See below for terms & conditions. Open to U.S. residents of the 48 contiguous United States. You must be 18 years old to enter to win. This giveaway ends at 11:59 PM EST on 1.15.19
2019 Giveaway Hop
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