Body Rider BRF980, Upright Air Resistance Fan Bike with Curve-Crank Technology and Back Support, Color: Black, Gray, Red

(10 customer reviews)


Product details

Brand Body Rider
Special Feature Adjustable Seat
Color Black, Gray, Red
Power Source Battery Powered
Material Plastic, Other
  • CURVE-CRANK TECHNOLOGY: The curved crank on this air bike applies constant tension to the X and Y axes, delivering a dead-zone-free rotation as you pedal. Get the most out of your cardio workout equipment with its smooth operation and efficient motion
  • RESISTANCE EXERCISE BIKE: The ergonomic crank allows you to easily and safely adjust the resistance level while still cycling for a full indoor cycle workout. Curved handlebars provide more knee and leg space for a more comfortable workout
  • SEATED PEDAL EXERCISER: Work out in the comfort of your own home with our air pedal stationary exercise bike. Featuring a two-way adjustable seat with a backrest and comfort seat cushion, this fan exercise bike provides comfort, safety, and security
  • PERSONAL FITNESS BIKE: With a compact design, sliding rail frame, patented curve-crank technology, transport rollers, and a fan-based flywheel, this is the perfect workout machine for anyone who wants to exercise in their home, apartment, or fitness room
  • FLYWHEEL STATIONARY BIKE: Designed for people who want to work out at home, this exercise machine is easy to use, compact, and practical. It has been constructed and tested for users 5’0″ to 6’1″ with a weight capacity of 250 lbs
SKU: B07X27K58Q


Product Description

Body Rider BRF980 Bike with Curve-Crank Technology

Body Rider BRF980


  • Exclusive Curve-Crank Technology for ultra smooth and zero impact pedaling
  • Dual Action Upright Bike with Enhanced Backrest Support Cushion
  • Metal Fan Cage Air Resistance Flywheel System for fluid exercise and breeze
  • Manual Tension Control for easy adjust resistance levels with the turn of a knob
  • Computer w/ built in Media Shelf and LCD Display

Stationary Upright Air Resistance Fan Bike with Curve-Crank Technology


Body Rider BRF980 features extended dual-action handlebars with curve-style design provide total body muscle engagement by incorporating the upper body groups such as arms, shoulders, abs, and waistline.

Its enhanced stability and frame design provides a sturdy platform and foundation for all levels of riding and momentum and prevents tipping.

Designed and tested for users 5’0” – 6’1” and up with max user weight up to 250 lbs.

BRF980 Computer with Media Holder

BRF980 Two-way adjustment seat

Resistance Level Knob

Transport Wheel

Computer with bBuilt-in Media Shelf

Computer w/ built in Media Shelf and LCD Display shows: Calories Burned / Time / Distance / Speed

Two-way Adjustable Seat

Two-way adjustable seat with comfortable cushion provides optimum riding position with both up-down and forward-backward adjustability; built with a sliding rail frame for easy and smooth adjustments

Manual Tension Control

Manual Tension Control for easy adjust resistance levels with the turn of a knob

Transport Wheels

Transport wheels for ease easy unit relocation

Additional information

Weight 250 kg
Dimensions 46 × 25 × 11 cm

Body Rider

Special Feature

Adjustable Seat


black gray red

Power Source

Battery Powered


Plastic Other

Resistance Mechanism


Model Name


Maximum Height

49 Inches

Minimum Height

5 Feet

Drive System


Package Weight

31.48 Kilograms

Item Dimensions LxWxH

46 x 24 x 50 inches

Brand Name

Body Rider

Warranty Description
Suggested Users


Number of Items


Part Number


Included Components

Body Rider Stationary Upright Air Resistance Fan Bike with Curve-Crank Technology and Back Support BRF980


One Size

Sport Type

Exercise & Fitness



Date First Available

August 29 2019


Body Rider, Hupa International Inc.

10 reviews for Body Rider BRF980, Upright Air Resistance Fan Bike with Curve-Crank Technology and Back Support, Color: Black, Gray, Red

  1. George

    Seat levelSeat level is little too high compared to what we used at rehab.

  2. N C

    Nice exercise bikeLike it so far. Hardest part of assembly were the hand bars. Needs pegs to rest feet when doing arm work. Overall glad I purchased.

  3. Marcia E. Alexander

    Good for older people!I like this because it is easy for me to use and get valuable exercise.

  4. Squeaky clean

    Bice Exercise BikePlastic fan is the only thing I didn’t like. The seat is comfortable which means a lot.

  5. Blake R’s wife

    Does what we need it to. Good for the price.I’m actually Blake’s wife. I’d prefer that the seat move forward more, but it’s not a deal breaker. I also would have liked it better if the seat frame wasn’t at such an angle, so I could sit forward more, as I’m 5’3″, and it’s a little bit awkward, but not a deal breaker. Seat is not the greatest, but if I wanted perfection, I’d have spent $1000 on a bike.And all you people complaining about the noise, it’s no different than our last bike, and with headphones in, I can’t hear it anyway. I’d prefer to give it 4.5 stars, mostly for the slight awkwardness of use, but there ya go. *shrug* I’d buy it again. We’ll see how long it holds up. Our last one was $89, and it lasted 20 years. If this one lasts even half as long, I’d be happy.I also wish the digital readout had more contrast, but I can see it okay. Love the fact I can put my tablet on it and read a book if I don’t feel like watching TV.Update (7/17/20) – The resistance mechanism is now causing problems. Don’t know yet if customer support will help us with this or not, so I’m reserving dropping the 4 star to 3 til we get a hold of them. The mechanism is starting to grab, and also increasing the resistance by itself. I had to turn it down 4 times yesterday. We’ve been using the bike regularly since around the beginning of May. The mechanism is also making the most horrible grinding racket. Update on customer service and repairs at a later date.Update (7/27/20) – little bits are starting to come off the bike. The resistance has a mind of its own, and is noisy as all get out. Nobody answers the phone at customer support, and if you go through the website, they seem to add a new request for information on a daily basis. While the requests are not entirely unreasonable, I’m half considering trying to return the bike for a refund. I really didn’t want to spend $1000 on the Assault, but now I’m starting to wonder if this is a case of you get what you pay for.Update (11/8/2020) – after many emails shunting us off, and no call from tech support, and return window has passed with no response from vendor, we’re out the money and had to scuttle the bike.Update (1/4/21) – They sent us another body, not another bike, mind you, and it broke down after a week. We’re done. Going to spend more money and get a gym quality bike. $300 for a piece of junk. And btw, they don’t have a tech support group, and no phone number to get a hold of a human. Just a bunch of BS emails.

  6. stpal001

    Nightmare instructions for an otherwise superb productI am 6’1″ and 230 pounds. This upright cycle pedals like a dream. Very smooth and also quiet. With the exception of the (comfortable) seat, it seems to be solid and well-built. Assembly was frustrating. Twelve different washers were missing. The bubble where they were supposed to go on the parts card had been cut and left empty. This necessitated two trips to the hardware store in the middle of assembly. The real issue came in the final 3 steps where the cycle “handlebars” attach to the axle. The illustrations were microscopically small and the text description was not useful. I recommend getting a 15 year old to assist. I spent two hours connecting six bolts. After much trial and error I decided I had it right and mounted up.What a dream! This thing feels great in operation and I look forward to many happy miles.

  7. Gail

    Nice exercise bike for the moneyThis bike was easy to put together. It runs very smoothly. Gives me a good workout. I had to buy a gel seat cover as the seat is very hard. My only complaint is the seat only adjusts to height. I wish the seat angle could be adjusted as well since I have to keep adjusting my position. It feels like I am slipping forward I feel if I could angle the seat up a bit it would be perfect.

  8. Kenyatta Bennett

    Missing WashersI was hoping to write good review but, I have not been able to find some of the washers. The bike seems to be a bit shaky and a lot of fan noise. For the price I guess I can’t truly complain, but it would be a bigger hassle to take apart and send back now.

  9. Anna Matsui

    I use it everyday and I love it!I injured my knee and can’t exercise. Until I bought this bike! I use it everyday and I get my daily workout without hurting my knees or bad back. I’ve lost weight and I feel great! I’ve recommended this bike to all my girlfriends! Best comfortable recumbent arm bike exercise I’ve ever had! Well… for the price!

  10. Alexander Nguyen

    Good bike with one flaw– Pros: back support, handles that allow arm exercise, compact design- Cons: the fan in the front wheel is TOO loud. I get that it’s part of the air flow during pedaling that is causing this but it’s way louder than a regular fan. Wonder it would help if the design had the wheel covered instead of leaving the fan exposed? Most other previous reviews don’t mention the noise so I don’t know if it’s just the bike I got that’s extra loud?Overall, not bad but I wish the noise wasn’t so bad. It’s bothersome to the point that I cant talk on the phone or watch a video when I’m using it.

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