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Expresso Espresso Go Upright Bike Review

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How long will the Expresso Espresso Go Upright last?

The only aspect of the Expresso Go Upright Bike that we are not completely convinced about is the build. Yes, we see good quality features in this model. But when you compare it to other bikes in this price range and take the warranty into consideration, there aren’t many features that promise a strong build.

Brief Overview

If you are going to pay this much for a bike, you should get as many features as you want. The Expresso Go Upright certainly comes close to offering nearly all you could want. There is that tiny issue of the price tag that is more that most used cars though. But if you don’t mind it, then you may agree with us that the Expresso Go Upright Bike is the First Place 2021 Best Buy Winner for the $4,000 and Up price category.

Overall Quality

We can start with the not so great features because there really are only a few. For starters, this bike is nearly $7,000 dollars! Wow. That’s a lot of dough. And, Expresso only offers a three years parts and labor and console warranty and there is a catch. If at any time you cancel or disrupt your eLive subscription, you lose your warranty. We are not clear if you lose the entire warranty or just the console one but you might want to really make sure before you buy.

But if you can overlook these setbacks, then you are left with a really stellar bike. Most bikes in the upper price range neglect the new wave of computer-esc consoles. Not Expresso. Unlike other bikes, The Expresso Go Upright Bike comes with a large twenty-six-and-a-half inch touchscreen with a lot of connectivity capabilities. But unlike other bikes in the market, Expresso has made their fitness subscription much more affordable than others. Compared to other $500 dollar subscriptions, the $199 a month eLive subscription is a much better value for the price. The Expresso Go Upright Bike offers a lot of quality packed into one machine and is a great option if you can overlook the price.

Things we like

  • eLive Subscription Price
  • Big Screen
  • Great Value
  • Decent Build

Things we dislike

  • X
    High Price Tag
  • X
    eLive Subscription and Warranty
  • X
    Not the Best Warranty


Number of Programs N/A
Console 26.5 Touchscreen
Flywheel Weight N/A
Drive System N/A
Resistance Levels 30
Seat Adjustable
Handlebars Adjustable
Pedals Clip
Wheels Front Transport
Foot Print 47 x 24 x 62
Weight Capacity N/A
Unit Weight 165 lbs
Warranty Three Year Parts, Labor, and Computer


This is the first year that we have been able to review the Expresso Go Upright Bike. We invite you to look into our many other bike reviews to make sure you get a well-rounded perspective before you buy.


We are not thrilled with the price tag or the lack-luster warranty that Expresso has included. But if you can overlook these two things, then you can experience a great, valuable console, numerous features, and a decent built bike. Thus, we have named the Expresso Go Upright Bike our First Place 2021 Best Buy Winner for the $4,000 and Up category.

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