Exercise bikes, also known as stationary bikes, simulate cycling indoors and consist of a saddle, pedals, and handlebars mounted on a sturdy frame, with various resistance mechanisms for intensity adjustment. They come in upright, recumbent, and indoor cycling varieties, each providing distinct features. Upright bikes resemble traditional bicycles, while recumbent bikes offer a more reclined seating position, and indoor cycling bikes mimic outdoor cycling. Exercise bikes offer low-impact cardiovascular workouts targeting lower body muscles, with adjustable resistance levels and built-in features such as heart rate monitors and performance tracking. Popular for convenience and effectiveness, they suit users of all fitness levels for weight loss, rehabilitation, and general fitness, found in home gyms, fitness centers, and rehabilitation facilities.