Stamina 1350 Magnetic Resistance Recumbent Bike Review

For a recumbent bike at its price range, the Stamina 1350 Recumbent Bike is definitely a winner.


56.6 pounds

Weight Limit:

250 pounds


1-year warranty on frame, 90 days on parts


Multi-function monitor


50 x 24 x 33.5 inches (LxWxH)

Other Features:

Comfortable seat, Easy storage, Oversized pedals, Leveling stabilizer cap,Walk through design.

Stamina 1350 Magnetic Resistance Recumbent Bike Features:

It Is Adjustable:

One of the most important features to look for in a recumbent bike is the range of heights it can accommodate. It would be a disappointment if you bought a recumbent bike that is not adjustable, only to realize that it limits your comfort during a workout.

The bike has a back area that can be moved back or forth to achieve a range of height coverage. Although the company does not specify the range of heights that the recumbent bike can accommodate, it is most suitable for heights between 5 ft and 6 ft. A user who is outside that height range might find using the bike a little bit straining.

Stability and Sturdiness:

Nobody wants to workout on a wobbly recumbent bike. A bike that is unstable is more likely to cause strain or even injury than the intended workout results. A sturdy build is, therefore, another major feature to consider.

The Stamina 1350 Recumbent Bike is a sturdily built, stable bike. Although it is a light machine as compared to others in its category, the bike has a strong steel structure and stabilizer bars which are designed to prevent wobbling throughout the workout session.

Different Resistance Levels:

Every workout enthusiast who works a recumbent bike knows the importance of different resistance levels during a workout. These varying levels help tone your body gradually, building on endurance and strength.

To effectively cater for this need, the Stamina 1350 Magnetic Recumbent Bike has a range of resistance levels. These levels are manually adjusted using a knob on the front support pole, just beneath the console.

Stamina 1350 recumbent bike adjustment

Quiet Operation:

The Stamina 1350 bike is praised for its quiet operation. You do not have to turn off the music player or TV as you workout. The flywheels are designed in such a way that even during resistance level adjustments; the magnets do not get into direct contact with them. They are thus able to run quietly and smoothly with minimal wear and no noise.

Drive Type:

The bike is fitted with a weighted flywheel and drive belt that is moved by pedaling. It is important to note that with this type of drive system, the recumbent bike delivers consistent and steady motion. It also helps avoid strain and unnecessary injuries, as well as reducing the need for regular maintenance.

Another element of the drive system that I found interesting is the oversize pedals. These are weighted, textured and will not slip, thus giving you a smooth pedaling experience. The Recumbent Bike can also be pedaled in reverse and also the resistance levels adjusted.

Bike Comfort:

The fixed seat design is not a favorite for everyone. However, the Stamina 1350 Recumbent Bike seat is moderately comfortable, with a fixed, angled backrest and a deep saddle. The backrest provides excellent back support while the saddle offers even weight distribution thus eliminating the risk of soreness.

The Recumbent Bike comes with only one set of handlebars fitted to the seat. These help the user evenly distribute weight during the workout. They are padded so you won't have to worry about blisters or sweaty palms as you workout.

Adjustable seat


The Recumbent Bike is fitted with a console that displays time, speed, distance, and calories burned. It is easy to use, and it is turned on by pedaling. It automatically turns off after five minutes of inactivity, saving the power on the 2 PA size batteries.

Best Thing About This Recumbent Bike:

  • The Recumbent Bike is relatively affordable. It combines great features for a great user experience at a friendly price.
  • The Stamina 1350 Recumbent Bike is a simple bike, and users who are not too technologically informed will find it easy to work with. 

They Can Improve On:

  • There is no heart rate monitor. Most recumbent bikes are fitted with one
  • The bike does not have wheels for easy mobility.
  • The setup knob is also not marked, and a lot of care is needed when assembling it.
  • There is no provision for water bottles or personal electronics.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

Q: Does the bike have pre-set work out programs?

A: No. But you can use the console to keep track of calories burned, distance pedaled, time taken and speed.

Q: Am I supposed to assemble it myself?

A: Yes. It is an easy process, and there is a manual to help you along.

Final Word:

For a user who is just interested in basic recumbent bike workouts, the Stamina 1350 Magnetic Resistance Recumbent Bike is an affordable yet efficient choice. It is low maintenance and easy to use, and will give satisfactory results.

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