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NordicTrack Commercial VU19 Upright Bike Review

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How long will the NordicTrack Commercial VU19 Upright last?

The NordicTrack Commercial VU 19 Upright cycle weighs right at 100 lbs. fully assembled but is still capable of holding up to a 325 lbs. max weight. It is best suited for a light to moderate user and should offer quite a few years of cycling exercise delight. NordicTrack covers the VU 19 with a 10-year on frames, 2-year on parts, and 1 year labor warranty which is quite decent and offers reassurance to those who purchase that the machine will last a while.

Brief Overview

The NordicTrack Commercial VU 19 Upright cycle was our Second Place 2021 Best Buy Winner for the $700 to $999 price range and offers many quality features that enable a multitude of excellent cardio workout sessions. The VU 19 comes with a free 30-day membership to iFit that opens a world of delight for those that partake and choose to continue with a paid subscription. Elite trainer led workouts along with the ability to travel the globe are just a couple of exciting opportunities awaiting a lucky purchaser.

Overall Quality

The NordicTrack Commercial VU 19 Upright cycle is a great addition to any home gym and has many components that make this bike a decent fitness machine. Not only does it come with 24 levels of resistance but also 32 built in workouts enabling operators’ hours of exercise that is everchanging based on a multitude of information gathered during each ride. In addition, the choice of an iFit membership brings in a trainer controlled auto adjust that supports the effort to reach optimal fitness health. It also offers a 7” touchscreen along with the ability to connect streaming devices for those who like larger views. The NordicTrack Commercial VU 19 Upright cycle is designed with comfort in mind and offers an oversized seat with cushioning that is capable of vertical and horizontal adjustments. The pedals are ergonomic and wide so those with larger feet will not worry about being constricted during workout sessions. Also handy is the integrated tablet holder that pivots so optimal viewing angles are available at every turn.

Things we like

  • decent warranty
  • 32 built in workouts
  • technologically capable
  • included chest strap

Things we dislike

  • X
    lighter weighted frame
  • X
    light flywheel weight

Specs

Color Bronze
Material Aluminum
Display 7" Smart HD Color Touchscreen
iFIT 30-Days iFIT Family Membership Included**
Resistance Levels 24
User Weight Capacity 325 lb
Weight 115 lb in Box
Footprint 43.6"L x 24.9"W x 59.4"H

Warranty

10-Years Frame Warranty 2-Years Parts Warranty 1-Year Labor Warranty

History

The NordicTrack Commercial VU 19 Upright cycle is our Second Place 2021 Best Buy Winner for the $700 to $999 price point. We invite you to see our bike reviews to help you narrow your search for your next fitness machine.

Conclusion

The NordicTrack Commercial VU 19 Upright cycle is a decent exercise machine that is quite cost competitive in the exercise bike market. It comes with decent functionality and a way to connect to the outside world through an iFit membership. Those that choose not to engage in the membership will enjoy the numerous built-in programs that offer different challenges time and time again.

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Phnbkr- Works great but there is one major issue.Feb 21, 2021

Used it for about 2 months now, and overall it's worked flawlessly. That aside I have one major issue with it, one that if I had the ability to try this bike for a while before I bought it I would've passed. I hate that the VU19 doesn't have a crossbar handle and only has the two vertical ones. It is not a natural position and puts your wrists in a compromising load bearing position when trying to do any off the seat work. Because of this it feels like many of the iFit bike workouts are not really geared towards this bike. I am going to try and fabricate some kind of cross bar for it.