Expresso Bike Cost


Written by:  Howmuchisit.org Staff
Last Updated:  August 23, 2018

According to the company, the Expresso Bike, an exercise bike with a TV, is said to be the world’s most advanced exercise bike, allowing you to work out in one of three ways:  either via the virtual roads with other riders, inside of a virtual studio with Studio SWEAT onDemand or off-road with HIIT Gaming, making high intensity interval training as fun as it can be.

Expresso Bike Cost
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How much does the Expresso stationary bike cost?

On the official website, Expresso.com, we were offered two options at the time of this publishing:  either the Expresso GO Upright or Expresso GO Recumbent bike option.  While you could buy the bike now, the company would first ask for contact information before they gave you the exact pricing of each bike, stating they need to confirm the availability of your shipping info to view the current pricing and payment options.

When we filled out the form for home use, however, we were presented with two options for both the Expresso GO and Recumbent:  $7,699, excluding the tax or as a finance option — $183 a month for 30 years.  This was the price for a brand new bike and would include three years of the eLive Plus service, which allowed you to access the interactive workouts on the bike.  This is only as accurate as of 2018 and subject to change.  To figure out the pricing for a brand new Expresso bike, we encourage you to visit the official website for more information.

As for those who did want to purchase new and/or subscribe to the eLive Plus service, we were able to find multiple listing for refurbished bikes in the $2,000~ range, but for this price, you would not receive the eLive Plus service, meaning it would simply act like a typical exercise bike, not allowing you to partake in the interactive games and classes; however, you could pay the monthly fees mentioned prior to active your bike, potentially saving you thousands of dollars if you find a bike in good working condition.

On eBay, for instance, at the time of this publishing, we saw multiple listings for refurbished used bikes in the $2,400 to $2,900 buy it now range, while Amazon.com had bikes in the same price range as well.

eLive subscription renewal

Once your eLive subscription ends, which if you purchased a new bike, after three years, or in the case of buying a used bike, then you will need to resubscribe in order to continue to enjoy the interactive options.  Depending on the bike you have, the subscription packages, from the data we gathered on the official website could range from as little as $25 a month to $775 for a 3-year upfront payment.




Expresso GO Recumbent

Dimensions72 x 28 x 50 in
Weight245 pounds
Power100-240V AC 50/60 Hz
Adjustable Seat32 possible positions, with exceptional lumbar support
SteeringThe ability to turn the handlebars to steer while riding
Resistance30 gears, automatically adjusting to the grades on the screen
ConnectivityWireless (WiFi 802.11n+) or Wired
Road43 different tours available ranging from 1 to 20 miles
Studio10 onDemand classes, with new class offerings each week
Games9 maps to play
WarrantyUp to three years on parts, labor and the computer*

Source: Expresso.com

Expresso GO Upright

Dimensions47 x 24 x 62 in
Weight165 pounds
Power100-240V AC 50/60 Hz
Adjustable Seat20 height and 9 horizontal positions, interchangeable with any standard bike seat
SteeringThe ability to turn the handlebars to steer while riding
Resistance30 gears, automatically adjusting to the grades on the screen
ConnectivityWireless (WiFi 802.11n+) or Wired
Road43 different tours available ranging from 1 to 20 miles
Studio10 onDemand classes, with new class offerings each week
Games9 maps to play
WarrantyUp to three years on parts, labor and the computer*

Source: Expresso.com

Interactive options

The interactive options, known as eLive Plus, is available via subscription only and cannot be accessed if you do not have a paid, active account.

Road Racing

With the interactive road workouts, riders are able to access more than 40 HD locations that you can virtually ride through with other riders from around the world.  Based on difficulties, ranging from easy to hard, there’s something for every fitness level.

Studio Cycling

Just like the studio cycling classes you would take inside of a local gym, the interactive studio cycling classes, known as Studio Sweat On Demand, lasts 30 minutes on average, with challenges ranging across the board, just like the Road Racing options.  With new classes offered weekly, you can join these classes as you please, along with other riders from around the world.

HIIT Gaming

If you want to have fun with your workouts, the HIIT gaming option allows you to interactively compete with other riders in games, unlocking achievements and rewards along the way.


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