Wirk Ride Exercise Bike Workstation and Standing Desk

Wirk Ride Exercise Bike Workstation and Standing Desk
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Give the word workout a new definition with the Wirk Ride Cycling Workstation. Keep your heart rate up while typing on your laptop, paging through paperwork, or streaming movies via your tablet. Track your progress on the workstation's monitor. If you're wanting to get on your feet, just push the desktop away from the seat and spend some time working while you stand. From Wirk Ride.

As always, please consult your personal physician before beginning any diet or exercise program.

Take a realistic approach: If you work consistently and follow the program, you maximize your results.

  • Stationary bike with desktop attachment
  • Tracks time, speed, distance, calories burned; offers a scan function
  • Desktop pushes away from seat for standing use
  • Adjustable belt for increasing tension on bike
  • Textured pedals
  • Backrest and padded seat
  • Molded, foam hand-grips
  • Tablet holder
  • Cup holder
  • Steel frame
  • Some assembly required
  • Approximate measurements: Work surface 17-1/4"W x 10"D; Unit 7-1/4" x 22" x 40" to 44-1/2"H; 300 lb weight capacity
  • 1-year frame Limited Manufacturer's Warranty; 90-day parts Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Imported

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Wirk Ride Exercise Bike Workstation and Standing Desk is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 45.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great idea, awful seat, design flaws I bought this bike based on all the positive reviews, including from people who were about my height. The bike desk is a brilliant idea. However, this one has a number of design flaws and is NOT for short people. I am 5'4" and have an inseam of 31". The seat was a wee bit too high in the lowest setting. I took out the knob and dropped it down to the frame -- gained an inch or so. While I can reach the pedals, the seat was the most uncomfortable thing I have EVER sat on in my entire life. It's so HARD, and the wide shape cuts right under the thigh. After 20 minutes my rear end was in agony. My options were a) try to get all the pieces back in the box to return (ha), b) try to sell it (never get my money back), c) replace the seat. Not sure another product would be any better, I decided to try to build a replacement. Unfortunately, the frame design is such that you can't just drop another bike seat in it; there is no hollow pipe but a triangular metal platform through which go integrated bolts in the seat. There followed 3 weeks of work: paper pattern, cardboard pattern, scrap wood pattern, jigsawing plywood replacement, cutting foam and fabric, testing, re-cutting, drilling, screwing, re-positioning. I finally have a seat-shaped piece of plywood with 3 layers of packing foam and 3 layers of bedding foam over it, covered with fabric stapled on. I had the tools to do this; many might not. I have something usable now. Other problems: the backrest is not adjustable and encourages a rounded lower back -- leaning way back -- with no lumbar support. You can't tighten the bolt -- it just spins around -- so there is only one position. I stuck a pillow over it and a wooden shim in the hinge. The cup-holder is UNDER a laptop if you use one. Why on earth isn't it in a usable place on the side? The counter randomly zeroes itself in the middle of a ride! It has happened several times. The little bit of static caused by pulling a fuzzy sweater off the backrest is enough to zero the ENTIRE display, odometer and all. I replicated this several times once I found out what happened. After only 15 uses, the monitor glitched and would not come out of "scan" mode, nor would it turn off; still blinking away after half an hour idle. I had to take the batteries out to get it to shut off -- odometer back to zero again. On the plus side, it was very easy to assemble, pedaling is very smooth, and it's so quiet I can barely hear it over my laptop cooling pad. The adjustable distance to the desk is nice. This is a great idea, and something I very much need. I did not need all the extra work. It's not the kind of product one should buy without trying it out first -- but where are you going to do that? If you are tall, larger than me, and, um, better padded on your rear, you may not have these issues. I'm keeping it, because I'm not sure competing products will be any better. The product needs a better seat, an adjustable backrest, and a usable cupholder. Oh, and a reliable monitor. I really want to like this thing, but I'm giving it 2 stars because the customer shouldn't have to do that much work to make it usable.
Date published: 2018-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice Bike Very sturdy, and easy to put together. It sits high though, so it like mounting a horse for a short person like myself. Plus the space between the tray and seat area is very narrow. I had to remove the side handle bars, so that I didn't bruise my legs while trying to get on the bike. Other than that, the display works great and I love having the tray to hold my laptop, iPad, iPhone or book.
Date published: 2018-01-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Heavy and Hard to assemble This came to my doorstep and the box was so heavy. I needed another person to help me take it to my basement. I started to set it up and about half way through noticed a part was damaged/broken. I contacted customer service and they were not helpful. It's strange for QVC because they are usually so good. They have to send a new part and that could take up to 10 days. Not very acceptable. offered $10 for my trouble. $10 is an insult on a $200 bike. The instructions are hard to understand and I broke 2 fingernails putting it together and it took me about an hour and a half to finish it. This has been the most disappointing experience so far. and the bike is not comfortable. This was a waste of $200. I'm sure it will just collect dust and I'll end up buying the one I should have bought for $50 more from a competitor.
Date published: 2017-04-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Use While Working I bought this to use while I work. I was relatively inexpensive so I guess you get what you pay for. The seat isnt very comfortable for the work ride purpose. The pedals loosen every time I would get on it until it came out and would no longer tighten up. Disappointed
Date published: 2017-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what I wanted I wasn't looking for a spinning bike, just something to get some exercise. I'm 58 and far from sedentary, but I have bad ankles and walking a lot doesn't work. This doesn't bother my ankles. The lap top table has made it a 5 star for me. I limit my computer time to when I'm on the bike only! Win- win for me. The laptop destraction makes it seem like time flies, and cleaning out my email is no longer a waste of time. I did make the mistake of having the seat too high at first, and that irritated my hip. But after lowering it, all was fine.
Date published: 2017-03-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for Me and my Wallet I decided to buy this one night laying in bed actually looking at another bike. If you are like me you want to hear the good bad and the ugly. First let me say that I used this for 2 hour long conference calls, while manipulating excel data and answering IMs for over 10 miles of exercise. My laptop didn't even move when I was pedaling like an idiot!!! I wouldn't suggest getting on a conference call and try to speak if you happened to be pedaling harder because the call caused stress, or the someone's voice annoyed you to the point you felt like running a marathon to release the stress(You may sound like you ran a 10k in 2 seconds and now need a defibrillator and O2 tank). I'm a pretty hefty girl and also extremely challenged in the height category; so getting on this thing is not exceptionally fun. Once you are on it isn't bad. I got this because I work crazy hours from home. I do not like to go workout because it takes time away from my son and I am not getting up at 3am just to go to a gym 30 mins across town. This has been my excuse for not exercising for so long I can't remember, but this year I plan to do better and be better and now I have no excuses. If I remember and this site allows updates I will come back and update on what I think about this in 90 days. Oh I was also able to get this from my basement up my stairs in my office with no help. It took approx. 30mins to get it put together with my 4 year olds assistance.
Date published: 2017-01-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Interesting Got it for my partner who does IT... turns out I use it more often while watching Netflix than he does with his laptop. A place to run your devices power cord from the tray would be a nice improvement - but otherwise it is a convenient little piece of furniture (as long as you are wearing shoes).
Date published: 2016-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love Love Bought this because of fibromialgia ride every day and I'm moving more. I'm tall at 6' fit is comfortable.
Date published: 2016-12-17
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