Pons Studio Cycling is one of a kind cycling facility in Washington. Offering indoor cycling and rowing classes that are suitable for spinning enthusiasts, cyclists, expert racers, or anyone else who wants to get a great workout.  We are more than just another spin class!

At Pons Studio we know how to help you get fit and have a great time while doing it. We encourage anyone to try it out! Don’t be intimidated if you feel out of shape. Our clientele ranges from Iron-man triathletes and elite level bike racers to working moms, teenagers and retired folks!

This is YOUR workout and our experienced instructors will guide you, inspire you, and help you reach YOUR goals . Whether your goal is to lose weight, do a faster bike split, improve your 20K , or just improve your fitness level. We are confident that our classes will help you achieve your objective.

Newbies and experienced riders alike will get a good workout as our experienced instructors will help guide you through the class. Our workouts are more focused than a typical gym spin class due to our RealRider bikes which allow you to move the handle side to side as if you were riding your own bike outdoors! This allows you to recruit more muscles in your upper body and core.  We want our classes to mimic a real road ride, but even better. We have created a fun, friendly environment, where you can get a great workout anytime.

Come try a class with ZERO risk, your first workout session is absolutely FREE of charge, no strings attached! We believe in community rather than memberships, which is why we offer to pay for classes as you go, without any enrollment fees. At Pons Studio you only pay per workout session.  Once you reserve a bike, you will know you have a spot in class. 

We offer spacious, comfortable and clean facilities, as well as high-tech bike computers that measure your success.

 

Meet the owner

Bio: I have always been involved in sports. Growing up I participated in soccer, swim and karate. Further into college I played Basketball for my school. After college I began racing Mountain Bikes which then escalated to Cyclocross and Road Bike racing. I've dealt with many sport related injuries, specially on my knees which is why I leaned on spinning as a way to stay in shape. Today I compete on top of my age group for the cycling team PC4 MEN. I received my certificate for Level 2 U.S.A Cycling Coach in 2007 and began coaching, training and teaching classes in 2010 when my family opened Pons Studio Cycling. I love working with a variety of people and help them meet their personal goals! 

Specialties: My specialties involve healthy lifestyle, endurance sports, power sports, weight loss and management and rehab/injury recovery. 

Motto: Do everything with passion! 

Class Schedule

 

Monday

Mornings:

9:30 to 10:30  regular spin class

Afternoons:

4:00 to 5:00 regular spin class

6:00 to 7:00 regular spin class

7:00 to 8:00 circuit training 

Tuesday

Afternoons:

6:00 to 7:00 regular spin class

7:00 to 8:00 racers training 

WEDNESDAY

Mornings:

9:30 to 10:30  regular spin class

Afternoons:

4:00 to 5:00 regular spin class

6:00 to 7:00 regular spin class

7:00 to 8:00 circuit training 

THURSDAY

Afternoons:

6:00 to 7:00 regular spin class

7:00 to 8:00 racers training 

FRIDAY

Mornings:

9:30 to 10:30  regular spin class

Afternoons:

4:00 to 5:00 regular spin class

SATURDAY 

Mornings:

9:30 to 10:30

10:30 to 11:30

 

Rules to Ride

  • Arrive at least 5 minutes early to set up your bike. Those late for class risk forfeiting their bike to wait-listed participants.
  • Set up your bike properly to fit your body. Adjust your seat height, fore/aft position, handlebar height and position of foot on the pedal. Request assistance from your instructor as needed.
  • Tell the instructor if you are new to the class or have any medical considerations, including injuries, pregnancy, or special medications that might require modifications to the workout.
  • Inform the instructor at the beginning of the class if you need to leave early.
  • Place personal belongings in the changing room or store to the side of your bike away from the aisle.
  • Be sure to bring enough water, keeping your body hydrated is very important.
  • Turn off your cell phone or put on silent during class.
  • Keep your water bottles and towels on the bike to prevent tripping hazards.
  • Go at your own pace.  Wearing a heart-rate monitor is highly recommended.
  • If you feel faint or dizzy, slowly stop pedaling, pull up on the resistance knob brake to stop the momentum of the wheel and carefully dismount the bike.
  • Do not mount the bike while the fly-wheel is in motion.  Stop the bike by using the brakes and carefully dismount the bike.
  • Stay for cool-down and stretching, as they are important components of class.
  • After class, use the provided towels and cleaning solution to disinfect the equipment. Raise the seat and handle bars all the way up to prevent rusting.
  • Inform the instructor or management of any issues regarding the equipment so that the proper maintenance can be performed before the next class.

ENJOY THE RIDE!

     

    Public Parking is available on the street

    Reservations

    To make a reservation for a class please contact Francisco Pons at 

    206-501-9890 or fponsg@msn.com

    Hello! We would love to hear from you. If you have any questions, comments or concerns please fill out the form below and we will get back to you shortly! Thank you!

     

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