Yovital Magnetic Indoor Cycle

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Yovital Indoor Cycle

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The Yovital magnetic indoor cycling bike is one of the fitness machines released in 2020. Although it’s not a bike made for commercial use, it has the construction, sturdiness, and weight capacity of at least a light-commercial model. It’s designed for spin workouts and high-intensity cardio training.

Key Features and Specifications

  • Assembled dimensions: 39.8L x 19W x 44.5H inches (101L x 48W x 113H cm)
  • Shipping weight: 92.59 lbs (42 kg)
  • Flywheel weight: 40 lbs (18 kg)
  • Supported weight: 330 lbs (150 kg)
  • Seat: 4-way adjustable
  • Drive mechanism: Belt
  • Resistance: Manual magnetic
  • Fitness monitor: Time, speed, distance, total distance, calories, pulse, scan, goals
  • Extras: Device holder, bottle holder
  • Warranty: 1 year limited

Frame construction

The Yovital indoor cycling bike features a frame design similar to the VIGBODY HL-M01. It’s a triangular frame, with a vertical seat tube, made mostly of oval steel tubing for improved sturdiness and aesthetics. The main frame section is double-coated with a corrosion-resistant paint finish. The seat and handlebar posts are stainless steel. The

This exercise bike is not a super large fitness machine. With all the parts assembled, it is approx. 40″ (101 cm) long, and 19″ (48 cm) wide. This being said, the bike can fit pretty well even into a small room. However, it is still recommended to leave at least two feet of clearance all around it, for ease of access and safe usage.

The bike is pretty heavy as well. Its net weight is approx. 90 lbs (40.8 kg). Therefore, the transport of the packaged unit may require two people or at least a box trolley. However, once the bike is fully assembled, it can easily be moved by only one person as its front base bar integrates two transport wheels.

The bike incorporates several plastic parts in its construction as well. These shouldn’t have an impact on its overall sturdiness as their role is mostly protective or cosmetic. The most notable ones are the cover of the drivetrain and the side panels of the flywheel. Also, both base bars feature adjustable levelers with large pads for improved stability.

Seat and handlebars

The Yovital indoor cycling trainer includes a saddle designed for superior comfort. It is built on a durable thermoplastic shell. It integrates a thick layer of foam cushioning. Its cover is made from a tough vinyl material, easy to maintain, and sweatproof. It is also contoured and has a median cutout for improved breathability.

The base of the saddle features a standard collar-type attachment system. Therefore, not only that it can easily be removed, in case you will ever want to replace it, compatible options are available in basically any bike shop.

The bike’s seat is four-way adjustable (up, down, front, back). Its upright post offers an adjustment span of approx. 5.5″ (~14 cm), from 32.7″ (83 cm) above the floor, to 38.2″ (97 cm). The horizontal slider also adds several inches of front-back adjustment. Plus, the handlebar adjusts diagonally, so the bike should be able to accommodate users up to 6’5″ (196 cm) with no problem. It’s also rated for a maximum user weight limit of 330 lbs (150 kg) which is not bad at all for a home-use exercise bike.

The handlebar features a multi-grip design. It offers the possibility to adopt a close grip, a parallel grip, a cruising grip, an off-road grip, a climbing grip, and an aero grip. Its side grips integrate metallic pulse sensors and the included fitness monitor can track your pulse. They also have thick PVC foam sleeves for improved contact and comfort.

The handlebar does not have a horizontal slider like the seat, but as we’ve mentioned above, it adjusts diagonally. So, if you set it higher, the distance between it and the seat will also increase. At its lowest position, it is approx. 39.4″ (100 cm) above the floor, while at its highest position, it reaches approx. 44.5″ (113 cm) above floor level.

Resistance system

The Yovital exercise bike is equipped with a magnetic resistance system, similar to the Sunny Health & Fitness Synergy Pro+ SF-B1851. The resistance system is manual. Therefore, you don’t need to connect the bike to an external power source in order to adjust its resistance.

The resistance system consists of a magnetic brake attached under the main oblique tube of the bike, right above the flywheel. The brake is connected to the tension knob above the same frame tube. When you turn the knob clockwise, the magnets move closer to the flywheel which increases the pedaling difficulty.

This magnetic brake system has two main advantages over a standard friction resistance system. First of all, the magnets do not touch the flywheel, so it can spin freely, generating a smooth, seamless motion. And second of all, the magnets never wear out, so you don’t have to worry about the brake pad replacement or lubrication.

The bike’s resistance system does not have any pre-determined levels. You simply turn it right or left until you get a workout load that suits your needs. The tension knob can also be pressed down in case you need to quickly stop the flywheel from spinning.

Drive system

The Yovital stationary bike is equipped with 40-lb (18.1 kg) flywheel similar to most commercial spin bikes. It features a perimeter-weighted design for improved inertia and for a consistent momentum. It is bi-directional, so you can pedal in reverse if you want to diversify your workouts. However, coasting is not possible on this bike. That’s because the pedals continue to spin for as long as the flywheel is spinning.

The bike is equipped with a sturdy crankset. It features 8.5″ long arms with a flattened design. They’re made of solid steel and painted black to match the rest of the bike. The bike’s exact Q-Factor (spacing between the pedals) is not specified. But as a general idea, it should be between 180 – 200 mm. Therefore, the bike provides a natural positioning for your feet, with little lateral impact on your knees and ankles.

The pedals are made of metallic alloy. They are equipped with adjustable toe cages in case you need to keep your feet secured on them. They are not SPD pedals so you cannot hook spin shoes on them but they do have standard 9/16 threads, so compatible replacements are widely available.

The bike features a belt drive system. It is equipped with a poly-v belt which provides excellent traction. Since it’s a belt, not a chain, you don’t need to lubricate it. It also generates slightly less vibration than a chain.

Fitness monitor

The Yovital indoor cycle is equipped with a fitness monitor that offers several extra features over a basic model. First of all, it has a LED-type display so it provides superior readability as the numbers on it light up. It tracks time, speed, distance, total distance, calories, and pulse. It does not have an RPM function. Also, the pulse reading function is grip only; the unit can only track your pulse if you hold on to the sensors integrated into the handlebar. It cannot read pulse from a wireless transmitter such as a heart rate chest strap or armband.

The fitness monitor does not have pre-set programs or online connectivity. However, it offers the possibility to set workout goals for time, distance, and calories burned. If a goal is set for any of these workout metrics, the unit will count down from the selected value until it reaches zero. This way, you can keep track of your progress and push your limits with every spinning session.

The monitor unit features three buttons. These are Mode, Set, and Reset. The Mode button allows you to scroll through the workout metrics and select the one you want to view. This way, you can also select its Scan Mode which puts the metrics on a sequence, showing each one for a few seconds. The Set button covers the goal-setting function. And finally, the Reset button clears all the data on the monitor except for the Odometer (total distance).

The unit is battery-powered. It requires two AA batteries which are included. It starts recording your workout data when you begin pedaling. It also automatically turns off after a few minutes of inactivity on the bike.

Assembly and Maintenance

The bike’s body comes pre-assembled. The flywheel, the belt, the crankset, and the magnetic brake are already installed. You only need to attach the base stabilizers, the seat, the handlebar, the pedals, and the fitness monitor. This shouldn’t take more than 30-40 minutes of your time. All the necessary tools are included and the manual provides clear assembly instructions.

For maintenance, all you have to do is periodically check for loose bolts and parts. The drivetrain does not require lubrication. It’s also recommended to keep the bike clean and remove the sweat that may drop on the frame at the end of the workout.

The Pros

  • Heavy-duty steel frame – 330 lbs weight capacity;
  • Aesthetic design;
  • Adjustable levelers on both base bars;
  • Transport wheels on the front base stabilizer;
  • 4-way adjustable seat;
  • Comfortable, cushioned saddle with a median groove for breathability;
  • Multi-grip handlebar with pulse sensors;
  • Smooth and silent belt drive;
  • 40 lbs, perimeter-weighted flywheel for enhanced inertia;
  • Magnetic resistance, with zero friction;
  • Performance monitor included – it tracks time, speed, distance, total distance, calories, and pulse;
  • LED display on the fitness monitor for improved readability;
  • Goal-setting function;
  • Bottle holder included;
  • Device holder included;
  • Batteries for the fitness monitor are included;
  • Tools for assembly are included;
  • Easy to assemble;
  • Little maintenance required.

The Cons

  • No RPM function;
  • No online connectivity.


The Yovital indoor cycling bike is a fitness machine made for home use. It is equipped with a manual magnetic resistance system, a 40-lb flywheel, a 4-way adjustable seat, a multi-grip handlebar, and a fitness monitor that tracks time, speed, distance, total distance, calories, and pulse. It features a sturdy steel frame and a maximum user weight limit of 330 lbs (150 kg). It’s a bike designed for spin workouts, high-intensity cardio training, weight loss, stamina development, and muscle toning. And finally, it’s not an expensive bike, great for users of all levels.

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