The world doesn’t need another air bike. It needs a better one. Torque’s Stealth air bike is just that – the best. Constructed with heavy duty materials including an oversized tube frame, hardened alloy steel axels, a single stage Kevlar belt and more – the Stealth promises to deliver. Whether you’re looking to lock in for the long haul or crush max sprint sets, the Stealth offers a quiet ride that cools you without drying your eyes, as the air diffuser does its job so you can focus on yours. Find your optimal ride position with the 3 axis, infinitely adjustable seat, as well as the multi grip handles.
The Stealth has replaceable / upgradable panels and a 3 axis infinitely adjustable seat.
The Stealth's air diffuser slows air directed at the user and provides cooling without drying eyes.
The Stealth is incredibly versatile and can be used for a wide range of workouts, from low-intensity steady-state cardio to high-intensity sprints.
Not only is using the Stealth Air Bike an effective way to burn calories and improve your cardiovascular fitness, but it also has the added benefit of being low-impact, making it ideal for those with joint pain or injuries.
"Stealth is the latest embodiment of Torque's "Don't Quit. Ever." philosophy, driven by Rob Hagen, to create the ultimate workout in a rock-solid product that will last for years."
-Jerry Dettinger (CEO of Torque Fitness)
I’ve tried many of the big name and model airbikes. I liked the idea of a better airbike wanted the stealth to be part of my home gym and possibly a solid bike if I restarted training/coaching clients in person.
I think that I ordered the stealth pretty soon after it was available on the site. With that being said, I most likely have generation 1 and may not reflect any updates. I received the delivery in August 2022. After assembling the bike and trying it for about a week, I sent feedback to torque which they were quick to respond.
My feedback included the following:
1) Basic issues were the instructions didn’t match all tools and measurements.
2) The seat post would not tighten enough to secure the seat
3) monitor wattage didn’t seem accurate, 3 digits, and would max out.
4) bike makes a knocking sound.
2. Torque sent me a new seat post assembly that resolved those issues.
3. I received a new monitor that resolved the above mentioned issues. The new monitor seems to have less contrast, my lighting could be contributing and/or I may need to add new batteries.
4. No additional guidance on the knocking sounds.
Pros: it’s the most solid airbike that I’ve used. At full intensity, it doesn’t move, rock, or sway.
* see above issues
* price. For the cost, I could have bought an airbike that wasn’t as good and torque’s entry level tank.