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  • n. Plural form of exercycle.


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  • They were wonderful places for storing rowing machines, exercycles and steppers, she thought, affectedly, as if she were Louis XII.

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  • Unfortunately, most of the other people on our trip were hanging vertically down into the water, with their fins pumping as if they were on exercycles, popping up to chatter to each other and then plunking their masks back into the water to peer down past their feet.

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  • Opened in June, the cycle-centered organic brew pub has 75 bike parking spaces, bike tools and energy-generating exercycles.

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  • Product: Accessory for instrumenting popular Spinner exercycles

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  • "Universal health care and energy independence are actually tightly coupled solutions: simply force our abundant and ever-increasing source of overweight and obese citizens to improve their health by working out on treadmills and exercycles that generate electricity."


  • safe to say that dissing Snob will lead to large number of bike geeks hating on your exercycles.

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  • It wasn’t exactly a spa—the place favored electroshock treatment over exercycles—but it did afford a longterm, low-priced break from the rigors of life, and all the Thorazine you could eat.

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