What does /fit/ think about stationary bikes?
I was thinking buying a used one because winter is coming. I was used and I enjoyed jogging.
I do not want to lose or win any weight. Only have a better cardio.
Maybe with this I'll finally watch all my weab shits or anything else that I wanted.
I agree. You can get a decent road bike cheap on your local craiglist. Combined with a roller you can either ride on your roller and watch tv while doing pretty solid cardio, or take the bike outside and get a lively feeling riding around.
I don't think anything is wrong with stationary workout bikes though. It just never matches cutting through the wind at 65kmh with a big grin on your face.
>ice and snow fucking everywhere.
A fatbike would totally work but if you want to spend less consider a cyclocross. They are similar to road bikes except they have more room for larger and more suitable tires for the winter. A cyclocross never says no to snow and ice.
your /n/ is showing
I have a cyclocross, decent 35c tires but I don't know if I'd have the balls to try it on ice, and I think 35 is still probably too skinny for snow
but yeah OP, get a stationary and watch your shows and shit. If it's snow and ice in your winter then that's probably the way to go
Yeah fatbikes are the safer bet. I live in Ithaca in ny and it's known for its shitty winters. Usually the cyclists hibernate until spring. But you still see fatbikes, cx, and sometimes mtbs roaming around. I guess it depends on how shitty your winters get.