Schwinn offers a full lineup of groundbreaking and affordable cardio solutions – smartly designed upright and recumbent bikes, treadmills and elliptical trainers.


For generations, the name "Schwinn" has been synonymous with America's most popular bicycles. See how it all started below!


In the late 1800's, the world had gone mad for the newest technology craze - the bicycle. Providing convenience as well as leisure, the bicycle brought a unique thrill that many had never experienced: the freedom to move.


In 1895, German-born mechanical engineer, Ignaz Schwinn, made the acquaintance of Adolph Fredrick William Arnold, a pioneer of the Chicago meatpacking industry. With Schwinn's vision and Arnold's financial backing, the two went on to create, "Arnold, Schwinn & Company" which would later become, the Schwinn Bicycle Company.


By 1896, there were already 300 bicycle companies in the United States (101 in Chicago, alone). Schwinn started its racing program. By the end of the year, Schwinn bikes had more victories than any other bike company.


In 1965, Schwinn brought this legendary bicycle technology indoors and quickly emerged as a pioneer in home exercise equipment, introducing the Deluxe Exerciser exercise bikes.


As fitness trends shifted and technology evolved, Schwinn responded by offering a full lineup of groundbreaking and affordable cardio solutions - smartly designed upright and recumbent bikes, treadmills and elliptical trainers that integrate the latest apps, innovations and entertainment options.

SCHWINN IC4 Indoor Cycling Bike

The IC4 is a flexible indoor bike that you can use with a wide range of fitness apps. ​Whether you want to experience the world-leading Peloton classes on a budget, or compete with other riders across the world, the IC4 can keep you entertained and motivated for years to come. What’s more, the combination of performance features including a 40-pound flywheel, huge variety of resistance levels, and dual link pedals with toe cages is impressive

SCHWINN 270 Recumbent Bike

Workout programming is a main strength of the new Schwinn 270. First, the console computer arrives with dozens of workout routines and fitness tests. It lets each user create and save four bike routines too. this exercise bike is compatible with RideSocial .Preset workout routines and fitness tests are shown on an LCD. The screen shows lots of fitness data at once, and it has an especially prominent “Goal” data field. This field shows progress in terms of distance, time or another primary workout objective.

SCHWINN 170 Upright Bike

Workout programming is a clear strength of the new Schwinn 170. These programs automate the flywheel’s 25-level resistance system to help you reach specific goals. Most exciting is RideSocial integration: Connecting your mobile device, you can bike outdoors (virtually) with HD video! The Schwinn 170 has plenty of standard bike workout programs too.


The best feature on the Schwinn AD6 Airdyne Upright Exercise Bike is the heart rate monitoring capability. This is a great feature because it allows you to train in your target heart zone. You can monitor your pulse readouts on the computer display to ensure that you’re in the right fat burning or cardio zone.