Yosuda Indoor Exercise Bike L-007 Reviewed

Cycling is one of the most attractive exercise ideas by far. There’s nothing like the feeling of flying down the open road with the wind in your hair and the sense that every inch you travel is under your own power. Cycling can feel incredibly empowering, which is what makes it such a letdown when you aren’t able to go out for a bike ride.

Maybe you’re too busy with work, maybe there isn’t good biking terrain nearby, maybe the weather is too poor. You still want to enjoy the feeling and exercise benefits that come with cycling, however, which is where stationary bikes such as the Yosuda Indoor Bike L-007 come in.

How well does this offering from Yosuda fill the void for your stationary biking needs? Let’s take a look in our following review.

Product Specifications

Min-Max Seat Height

28" to 37"

Min-Max Handlebar Height

47.7 "

Product Weight

43 lbs

Product Dimensions

42.2"L ×21.7"W ×47.7"H

Max Capacity



Belt Drive




43 lbs

One of the most important things to note about any stationary bike is how big it is and how it uses that size. The flywheel weighs 43 pounds, which is a little bit more than comparable stationary bikes. That, coupled with this bike’s metal build and ability to support up to 300 pounds, points to its durability.

It also means that it may offer a bit more resistance than other stationary bikes, which is a good thing. The flywheel weight is one factor in determining how much resistance a bike offers. You generally want this figure to be on the higher side, since after all, resistance is what you’re looking for when you’re exercising on an exercise bike.

This model also features a double triangular structure, which helps support all that weight with better balance than other units. The carbon steel is another plus, adding to the bike’s durability and life span.

Good Adjustability

Yosuda Indoor Exercise Bike L-007

This offering from Yosuda offers an adjustable height range of 28 to 37 inches, which will definitely be welcome to anyone who knows the struggle of having to fiddle with stationary bikes that are not proportioned to their height.

If you go to the gym, for example, and try and ride one of the stationary bikes there, you all too often have to play around with it before you finally adjust it to a size that fits your frame.

This can be even more frustrating if you share your stationary bike with others. You don’t want to be hunched over the handlebars or forced to sit too far back because your fellow riders are shorter or taller than you.

The wide range of adjustability allows riders to adjust this stationary bike to their sizing needs. What’s more, the parts are easy to move without fear of flying off mid-ride, so you don’t have to struggle with them to get the setup you need.

Riding the Bike

Once you start riding the bike, one of the first things you may notice is how smooth it is compared to other stationary bikes. That is due to a quiet belt drive that operates without the jerkiness or noise of a traditional chain belt drive.

The seat is ergonomically designed for maximum comfort and support. It decompresses as needed and is made of leather that is delicate to the touch as well as high-elasticity material.

Pros and Cons


  • One of the biggest things the Yosuda Indoor Bike L-007 has going for it is the fact that it offers a good deal of resistance, which in turn means a more productive workout. The balance between resistance and rideability is one of the trickiest balancing acts to strike with any stationary bike. You want to feel as though you are getting a workout from riding the bike, but don’t want it to be so impossibly difficult that it feels like a painful chore.
  • This bike does a good job of offering resistance while keeping the bike rideable. What’s more, it offers different kinds of resistance insofar as you can pedal forward as well as in reverse to work out different leg muscles.
  • Another positive in this bike’s favor is the fact that it allows you to change the degree of cycling resistance you have on the fly. This can help you raise or lower the difficulty without breaking the flow of your exercise regimen.
  • A common problem with stationary bikes is how sweaty they can get. Neither you nor anyone following you wants to ride a sweaty bike. Thankfully, this unit is sweat resistant.
  • The inclusion of an LCD screen for cardio tracking purposes is a huge plus. You always want to track the progress of your exercise routine, and this allows you to do so in real time. By allowing you to track how many calories you have burned, this model can make you feel like you have really accomplished something with your day’s ride, which is always a good thing.
  • While it isn’t as silent as some other stationary bikes, particularly those that make use of magnetic resistance technology, it is nevertheless smoother and quieter than many friction resistance bikes. The result is a bike that rides well and isn’t likely to disturb those around you. It may not operate as silently as a cloud, but it won’t sound like a thunderstorm is raging in your workout space either.


  • There are a couple downsides to note with this model. For one thing, while the unit offers adjustability between 28 and 37 inches in height, the handlebar can only be moved up and down. It is not four-way adjustable, which is a feature found in other models.
  • Additionally, the bike computer is not backlit, so glare or darker lighting can make it hard to read.
  • The seat needs to be re-tightned every now and then. This can be annoying a bit, especially if you plan to use the bike on daily basis.

Conclusion – Should You Go For It?

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Our Rating: 4.2 Star Rating 4.2 / 5

On the whole, despite those couple shortcomings, this is a solid bike. Its increased resistance is one of its biggest selling points, and has received positive attention from users.

If this is your primary consideration when looking for a stationary bike, this offering from Yosuda may be a good choice. As it stands, it is a solid model with several good features, a sturdy build, and a good reputation for smooth rideability.

With that being said, there are better models out there. You might want to check our complete list of affordable exercise spin bikes.

Paul J

Last Updated on August 19, 2021