Our expert says:
A spinning bike would be a good option, but a treadmill is a good one too - I wouldn't say your preference doesn't matter or is not important, either. I think that purely from his point of view, a mountain bike ride or two on the weekends and a walk/run on the treadmill twice a week gives him more variety than he'd get from just using a spinning bike. Plus, if you're going to use the treadmill as well, then he has a 'team-mate' and that's vital when you want to encourage and support one another. So I think a treadmill is a good option. The problem with the spinning bike, apart from routine, is that it's also difficult to regulate the intensity of training - spinning is great in a studio, because an instructor in front of the class tells you just what to do, but to think of it yourself, and make it happen is quite a big effort.
So I'd honestly say the treadmill, first prize. A stationary bike, second, Maybe in third, a tie between a spinning bike and a set of home gym equipment.
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