Bike Desks

Bike desk
We think walking is the best way to stay active at work—from both an ergonomic health and productivity standpoint. That being said, we also recognize the surging popularity of cycling at your desk, and we want to keep you — as a worker committed to office fitness — as informed as possible on the merits of these relatively new products.
Bike desks have perhaps become a bit outdated due to competition from the even faster growing category of under desk pedal exercisers. To clarify what is sometimes a confusing nomenclature, bike desks are basically stationary bikes that integrate with a desk workspace.
Top Bike Desk Reviews

Top Bike Desk Reviews

Bike desks are basically stationary bikes that integrate with a desk workspace. We break down the top options with our roundup of bike desk reviews.

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Lifespan C3 Bike Desk Review

LifeSpan Fitness C3 Bike Desk Review

Poor reviews from on Amazon confirm what our review experts have long said about the Lifespan C3 desk bike: It is designed for exercise not desk work.

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Flexispot Deskcise Pro Review

While the Flexispot Deskcise Pro doesn't solve any of the core problems, it's a step in the right direction with sit, stand, and cycle capabilities

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FitDesk Executive Trainer Bicycle Desk

FitDesk Executive Trainer Product Review

An in-depth review of the FitDesk Executive Trainer Cycle Desk by the staff experts of WorkWhileWalking.com is coming soon.

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FitDesk 2.0 Bike Desk Review

FitDesk 2.0 Stationary Bike Desk Review

If you want a bike desk that lets you check your email, you've found it in the FitDesk 2.0 Bike Desk. But anyone else should think twice. 

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Markant Oxidesk Bike Desk Review

Markant Oxidesk Bike Review

The Markant Oxidesk Bike is the platypus of exercise desks—neither a beaver nor a duck. With its many ergonomic issues, we can't recommend this product.

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