The main reasons cyclists choose the NordicTrack s22i instead of the Peloton bike is the lower price point, automatic adjusting resistance, and outdoor instructor led classes on iFit. Instead of paying $2,500 for automatic adjusting resistance, you can pay under $2,000 to get that same feature and also get even more perks with the NordicTrack bikes. Not only does the NordicTrack s22i Studio cycle have automatic adjusting resistance, it also has the ability to incline and decline with a built in motor.
On top of that you don't even need to manually adjust the incline and decline, you can simply join an instructor led class and all of the resistance and incline will adjust for you during your ride. For example, if you're participating in the Hawaii outdoor rides climbing beautiful mountains, the incline feature will tilt the bike the resistance to become more difficult for you to pedal which simulates riding up the hills you see on the screen of the NordicTrack s22i. The resolution of the rotating 22 inch screen on the NordicTrack bike will make you feel like you're actually riding along with an instructor in a beautiful environment. If you really enjoy participating in outdoor instructor led classes, there's a good chance you will enjoy the iFit platform the NordicTrack s22i studio cycle bike comes with. Many people agree that Peloton offers better studio rides, but you will not find anybody arguing that the NordicTrack s22i lacks in the outdoor rides with iFit. If you're interested in learning more information about the NordicTrack S22i studio cycle you can watch the full review that TailHappyTV posted.