Nautilus has been making good exercise equipment for years, and they continue that tradition with the new Nautilus NR 2000 exercise bike.
The NR 2000 isn’t aimed at the entry level casual user, this bike is made for a user who appreciates features like heart rate controlled workouts, a quality drive system with a balanced flywheel and telemetric heart rate control like the $3000 plus exercise bikes at the local health club.
I think Nautilus was smart not to try and make a bike in the sub $1000 price range and compromise on quality and features just to try and keep the price under a magical number.
Nautilus NR2000 Recumbent Specs and Stats:
- Self-leveling foot pedals increase comfort
- Telemetric heart rate receiver
- V-Force Drive System
- LED console with a high definition 16 x 16 dot-matrix and 4-window readout
- V-Force magnetic resistance
- Heart rate controlled workouts
- 30 years frame, 3 years parts, 2 years electronics, 1 year labor
Riding on the NR 2000 is a pleasurable experience due to the fact that Nautilus went the extra mile and gave this recumbent a solid drive system with nice adjustable pedals, a comfortable seat and a club style display console that makes tracking your workout simple.
The Nautilus NR 2000 is getting hard to find as it’s being phased out of production but can be found on the used market.