Costco Proform Bike, CBC Studio Cycle Exercise Spin


It looks like Costco is getting into the home fitness market. I don’t think I’ve seen a spin bike at Costco, so this is a first for me. Scroll for photos. This is the Proform Tour De France CBC Studio Cycle Spin Bike. For those of you who don’t have spin bike, I can’t recommend them enough! We are Peloton owners, so we love our spin bike. This is a much more affordable option, because the Peloton is currently $1,895, while this is only $384.99. This also comes with a 1 year iFit membership. Considering the Peloton membership is $40 a month, you will pay $2,375+ for the first year of Peloton, while only paying $384.99 for this. If you’re new to riding a spin bike or you want to give the home-based classes a try, this may be the best bet for getting started. Here are a few more details about this Costco Proform Bike……

  • 1-Year iFit® Coach Membership Included with Large Window LCD Display
  • Commercial Grade Welded Steel Frame with Corrosion Resistance
  • Digital Smart Resistance 1-16
  • Front Mounted Wheels
  • Full Seat and Handle Adjustability
  • Includes Two 3 Lb. Dumbbells
  • Model Number: PFEX39420 or PFEX39420.0
  • Download Manual: ProForm Tour De France CBC Studio Cycle

Costco Proform Bike, Spin Bike, Exercise Bike


This is a tough one for me because I love the Peloton. But this product costs around 80% less than the Peloton. Some people say, you get what you pay for, but if you’re not looking for the absolute gold standard, this may work perfect for you. I read through some of the reviews on Costco. Many complained about the software & linking to an iPad. The quality of the bike itself seemed to be good, so know that you can still get a great workout. I will always recommend the Peloton, but I can see this product being a perfect fit for those who don’t need all the bells & whistles. Again, you can always rely on Costco’s return policy if you are not happy with this product. If you want to check out some much higher rated spin bikes on Amazon, make sure to check these out……

Price: $384.99, Item Number: 2621050

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7 thoughts on “Costco Proform Bike, CBC Studio Cycle Exercise Spin

    1. Yes. That bike model number is PFEX33921 while this one is PFEX39420. You can see some of the subtle differences in the photos. The flywheels are different & Costco’s bike doesn’t come with the weight rack or weights. I’m sure there are many other differences, but you’d have to check with the manuals on both bikes. The weights & the weight rack is a nice addition. As long as the functionality of the bikes are similar the Sam’s Club one may be a better option. Thanks for posting that!

  1. When the one year membership is up, do you HAVE to subscribe to a membership? Or are there any classes that just come with the bike that don’t require a subscription?

    1. According to the manual there are no preset classes installed on the console. You would need to renew your subscription to the iFit membership. It’s unfortunate, because some of their other products come with a pre-installed 24 classes that you can take. Even old stair master’s I’ve been on have preset programs. The other thing you can do is just download some YouTube spin classes. I’m sure there are PLENTY out there for free & you can follow along. You won’t be able to track your statistics without a Smart Device, but you can see your output on the screen. You may even find you like the YouTube classes better.

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