Save up to $175 on Peloton-alternative MYX exercise bike – CNET

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There’s no question that Peloton offers a compelling at-home exercise experience with its robust bike and live classes broadcast on the large display. But prices starting at $1,895 (plus $40 per month) is a lot to ask. Newcomer Myxfitness has an alternative: A bike with a massive 21.5-inch display that makes the whole thing feel like an homage, if not a carbon copy, of Peloton, but priced at just $1,299. And through March 28, you can shave up to $175 off the cost, which will net you the basic MYX for $1,124 or the MYX Plus for $1324. The code is baked into the link, but if you need to enter it manually, enter promo code MARCHMYX. In addition, you get free shipping and assembly, which is worth $250 — equivalent to about $425 in savings overall.  

The Myx is a full-featured exercise machine, complete with reversible pedals (you get toe-cages on one side, shoe-clips on the other), adjustable seat and handlebars, and 21.5-inch touchscreen that you can tilt and rotate, so you can use it off-bike as well.

The biggest difference between Myx and Peloton aside from price (not only is the bike half the cost of a Peloton, but the monthly class subscription is $29 rather than $40) is that classes are broadcast on-demand rather than live. In CNET’s recent roundup of the best Peloton alternatives, Rick Broida actually preferred the on-demand style of classes to a live session, but your mileage may vary.

This article was first published last year. It has been updated with a new version of the deal. 

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