Spinning® BIO™ Wireless Computer


Score: 4 of 5 (Based on 52 ratings)

52 Reviews Hide Reviews Show Reviews

  • 5
    Spin clock

    Posted by jvfireball on Mar 20th 2023

    This was the only cadence computer that is designed for a spin bike. Well done. Set up was easy. Only thing is the zip ties were old and brittal and broke, but easily replaced.

  • 4

    Posted by Peter A Kowalczyk on Oct 18th 2021

    Would be 5 stars if the screen was lighted. Other wise easy to install and so far works perfectly.

  • 5
    SPINNING BIO Wireless Computer Sound Investment

    Posted by Patrick Brundidge on Apr 2nd 2021

    I purchased the Bio to help me gauge my RPM and distance in Spin classes I participate in online. It was esay to install and functioning in less than 10 minutes. My spin bike is 6 years old but with the Spinning BIO I can get the same workout as if I were on a Peloton.

  • 5
    Spinning Bio Wireless Computer

    Posted by Kelly Hendrix on Mar 26th 2021

    This computer works perfectly so I know my cadence and distance trying to keep up with the Peloton rides. Easy to put together and works perfectly as intended.

  • 4
    Spinning Bio Wireless

    Posted by Wendy B on Mar 10th 2021

    I have a very old second hand spin bike so I had no idea what effort I was putting in. The addition of this wireless computer was a game changer! I now have a better sense of the level of effort!

  • 5

    Posted by Daniel on Feb 25th 2021


  • 5
    Spinning Bio

    Posted by Beth McCormick on Feb 24th 2021

    We are very pleased, easy to install, easy to use.

  • 5
    Spinning wireless computer

    Posted by Jacqueline Zivkovich on Feb 17th 2021

    Works well, but I wish it had a light that would enable a person to see their progress because I like riding in a dim room.

  • 4
    bio wireless computer

    Posted by chasing miles on Feb 5th 2021

    I thought the product worked as advertised. I would have given it five stars, but it does have a small glitch that is something of an annoyance. When you stop, which I would do frequently in intervals to do a lift with weights, the timer advances 3-4 seconds after each stop. Of course you can account for it using simple math. Or it could just stop when the wheel stops. I stop abruptly and completely, too. It's not a lazy stop. Outside of that, it's not bad.