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Expresso Espresso Go Upright Bike Review

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How long will the Expresso Espresso Go Upright last?

Built with a steel frame, the Expresso Go Upright Bike has a substantial 165 lb. fully assembled weight and holds up to 350 lbs. maximum capacity. Best suited for moderate use, the Expresso Go will last years with proper care and maintenance despite the limited warranty offered by the manufacturer. The Go Upright is only covered for 3 years on parts, labor, and the computer. The fine print states users must have their bikes registered, online, on surge protection, and maintain a continuous eLive Plus subscription without any cancellation periods to be covered by the warranty. The coverage lapses if any interruption occurs which is rather disheartening for a machine in this price range.

Brief Overview

The Expresso Go Upright Bike is a previous Best Buy winner and packs quite a punch for the price. It has quality components and high-tech features to motivate riders to the extreme during exercise sessions. While it is not for the budget-conscious, the Expresso Go Upright offers engaging rides for users of most fitness levels and has a sleek design that will fit nicely into any home workout space.

Overall Quality

One main feature of the Expresso Go Upright Bike that helps truly create an interactive experience is the ability to turn the handlebars when riding. This along with the automatic resistance change when variations occur on the screen during training sessions help each ride mimic the feel of outdoor cycling. The Go Upright has 30 levels of resistance for higher intensity training and a “ghost” feature where you compete against previous individual performances for personal motivation. The standard seat can be switched for a saddle of choice and has 20 vertical and 9 horizontal adjustments to better fit a larger range of riders. A paid subscription to eLive Plus gets access to elite trainers and games that keep riders cycling to evade dragons or race through lovely world-wide destinations.

Things we like

  • 26.5” immersive touchscreen
  • Ghost matches
  • toe cages

Things we dislike

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    low warranty that requires a paid subscription to keep active


Dimensions 47"L x 24"W x 62"H
Weight 165 lbs
Power 100 to 240V AC 50/60 Hz
Adjustable Seat 20 Height Positions, 9 Horizontal Positions, Interchangeable with any Standard Bike Seat
Steering Turn Handlebars to Steer While Riding
Resistance 30 Gears, Automatically Adjusts to the Grade on the Screen
Wireless Connectivity WiFi 802.11n+
Wired Connectivity Gigabit LAN+
Road 43 Different Tours from 1 to 20 miles, Adjustable Pacer, Group Rides, Ghost Riders, Challenges and Leaderboards
Studio 10 Classes Available on Demand, New Classes Every Week
Games 9 Maps to Play, 243 Time and Discipline Combinations to Master, Challenges and Leaderboards
Maximum Height 78"
Minimum Height 59"
Resistance Mechanism Magnetic
Power Source Corded Electric
Maximum Weight Recommendation 350 Pounds
Number of Resistance Levels 30
Drive System Belt


Up to 3 years parts, labor and computer* * Bikes must be registered, online, on surge protection and maintain a continuous eLive Plus subscription without interruption in order to be covered. Any lapse in the eLive Plus subscription will result in the termination of the warranty at that point. Coverage not to exceed 3 years.


The Expresso Go Upright Bike was our First Place 2021 Best Buy Winner for the $4,000 and Up price category. We invite you to see our bike reviews to help you narrow your search for your next fitness machine.


The Expresso Go Upright Bike is a quality machine though it is not budget-friendly by any means. It offers commendable functionality and a huge display screen for immersive workouts with each riding session. The warranty is lacking but consumers looking to ride their way to glory will get a few years use out of this indoor cycling machine.