Save $450 on the spin bike that rivals Peloton — but only for a limited time

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Spinning at home has its advantages over going to the gym. You wake up and ride, wearing whatever you want and, hey, no flip flops in the shower after. But if you love the energy of a workout class and an instructor who leads every move, you need to check out MYXfitness.

The brand rivals Peloton as a more affordable spin bike with an attached touch screen, combined with a digital workout program. The MYX bike costs $1,299, nearly half of Peloton’s newest bike. And it ships within two weeks.

Sounds great, right? Well, even better, for a limited time you can save $450 on your purchase. Use code MOTHERSDAY21 at checkout to get $200 off a bike, plus free shipping and assembly (which normally costs $250).

MYXfitness bikes come with a 21.5-inch HD swivel touchscreen that projects spin classes, as well as yoga, pilates, HIIT, cardio, barre, kickboxing, dance and more. In order to access classes, you’ll need to have an MYXfitness membership, which costs $29 per month (less than $1 per day). Each account can have up to five users, however, so you can share with your family, friends or roommates.

The MYX bike is made from a durable, rust-proof and hypoallergenic material. It weighs 135 pounds, hence why free assembly is a huge plus. Although it’s pretty compact, MYX recommends placing your bike in a 4 foot x 6 foot area to give enough space for riding and moving about. A few other highlights:

  • It comes in two colors: natural white or deep charcoal.
  • The MYX bike accommodates a range of riders, from those standing 4’11” to 6’8″ and weighing up to 350 pounds.
  • As for shoes, you can wear your own sneakers or opt for the serious clip-on bike shoes (it’s compatible with SPD clips).

The MYX Bike, $1,099 (Orig. $1,299)

Credit: MYXfitness

The MYX Plus is another option the brand sells, which is basically a whole home gym in one sweet package. For an additional $200, you get the bike, a choice of three sets of weights, a kettlebell, resistance bands, mats, a heart rate monitor and a foam roller.

The MYX Plus Bike Package, $1,299 (Orig. $1,499)

Credit: MYXfitness

If you’re nervous about committing to a new spin bike, MYXfitness has a 30-day return policy, so you get a full month to decide if you want to stick with it. The brand also offers a one year warranty, should anything happen to your bike.

All in all, for the classes, bike and any extra equipment, it’s a great deal, especially when compared to Peloton prices. The first Peloton bike is currently on sale for $1,895, while its new Bike+ (now with a new rotating screen) costs $2,495. A Peloton membership also costs $12.99 per month.

If you want to spin at home, but want a more budget-friendly, yet high-quality option — MYX is it. Shop now while it’s on sale.

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