Pyhigh S7 Spin Bike | Supports any Workout

The Pyhigh S7 Spin Bike is designed with relatively durable construction and can support a maximum user weight capacity of up to 330 pounds. The S7 comes with a friction resistance system, comfortable padded saddle, and an LCD monitor that can track the basic workout metrics to keep you aware of your performance.

The Pyhigh S7 has a racing-style design, with high-end multi-grip cycling handlebars, and a 48 lb flywheel to provide users with incredible ergonomics and a stable, sturdy frame. Unlike many other budget exercise bikes, the S7 with a 48 lb flywheel (fixed, bidirectional) allows for a low-impact enjoyable spin workout.

The S7 comes with a solid leather transmission belt (PK Belt). PK belts are known for durability. The multi-ribbed belt design features the power transmission capabilities of a V belt with the flexibility of a flat belt.  Another good thing about the belt system is that it doesn’t need lubing and frequent maintenance like chain-driven bikes.

The Pyhigh S7 spin bike offers comfort factors and the needed adjustment to accommodate most riders. The S7 is a great exercise bike for intense cardio workouts, intervals, leg muscle strength development, and weight loss.

Learn more in my complete review below

Pyhigh S7 Spin Bike
Pyhigh S7 Spin Bike
Product: Pyhigh S7 Spin Bike
Warranty: 1 year limited
My rating: 9/10
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Details & Specifications

  • Assembled dimensions: 42.5L x 22.5W x 44.5H inches (108L x 57W x 113H cm)
  • Assembled weight: 114 lbs (52 kg)
  • Flywheel weight: 44 lbs (20 kg)
  • Supported weight: 330 lbs (150 kg)
  • Seat: 4-way adjustable
  • Handlebars: 2-way adjustable
  • Pedals: With toe cages
  • Drive: Belt
  • Resistance: Friction, felt-pad
  • Fitness console: Time, distance, RPM, calories, pulse
  • Warranty: 1 year limited
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2 thoughts on “Pyhigh S7 Spin Bike | Supports any Workout”

  1. I did not know about this particular stationary bike before reading your review.  You have described it thoroughly.  Although you indicated that height variation for handlebar and seats, I am not sure how these are adjusted.  The bike seems plenty durable.  Is the tension level strictly manual, or can it be set through the dashboard?  Thanks for identifying this piece of equipment.  I am going to do a bit more research.

    • The handlebar is horizontally (up and down) adjusted by loosening the knob on the front part of the frame, setting the height desired, and then retighten the knob. The seat is four-way adjustable (forward and backward & up and down). There are two knobs for making adjustments. One is at the bottom of the seat. The other is on the frame just in front of the seat. The resistance is strictly manual. It’s adjusted by turning the red knob on the frame located just under the handlebars. I hope this is helpful and answers your questions.

      All the best!


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