|Model (click on link for review)||Rating||Lowest Price Online|
|Tony Little’s HealthRider Hybrid Trainer||$599.00|
|HealthRider H50E Elliptical Trainer||$699.00|
|HealthRider HR2 Elliptical Trainer||$|
|HealthRider H95e Rear Drive||$999.00|
|HealthRider C515e Elliptical||$|
|HealthRider 8.5 EX Elliptical Cross Trainer||$|
|HealthRider C550e Elliptical||$|
|HealthRider Stride Trainer 900 Elliptical||$1,999.00|
|HealthRider 330 Elliptical||$|
|HealthRider Club Series H140e Elliptical||$|
|HealthRider H90e Elliptical||$|
|HealthRider H70e Elliptical||$|
HealthRider elliptical trainers are manufactured by ICON Health and Fitness, the world’s largest manufacturer of fitness equipment. In addition to owning the HealthRider brand, the Utah-based corporation owns NordicTrack, ProForm, Weslo, and other elliptical brands. ICON also owns the patent for iFit, a personal training option that’s built into many of its exercise machines.
HealthRider ellipticals are priced for budget-minded consumers and the middle market. They generally receive positive ratings.
Brand Features of HealthRider Ellipticals
Some typical features of HealthRider elliptical machines include:
Overall Rating for HealthRider Ellipticals
HealthRider offers many models of elliptical trainers, and some are better than others. HealthRider equipment is generally recommended to people who require fewer frills. That said, the H90e and some other models have some well-appreciated extras such as motorized inclines and iFit personal training.
Several brands compete at HealthRider prices, and some may offer better warranties and equipment options. In particular, people considering HealthRider should make comparisons with NordicTrack equipment. NordicTrack and HealthRider are manufactured by the same company and are made from many of the same components.