Class Schedule

SPRING 2017 Schedule COMING SOON !!!! Please ask for when you do contact.

Monday

Mornings:

9:30-10:30am  regular spin class

Afternoons:

4:00-5:00pm regular spin class

6:00-7:00pm regular spin class

7:00-8:00pm circuit training 

Tuesday

Afternoons:

6:00-7:00pm regular spin class

7:00-8:00pm racers training 

WEDNESDAY

Mornings:

9:30-10:30am regular spin class

Afternoons:

4:00-5:00pm regular spin class

6:00-7:00pm regular spin class

7:00-8:00pm circuit training 

THURSDAY

Afternoons:

6:00-7:00pm regular spin class

7:00-8:00pm racers training 

FRIDAY

Mornings:

9:30-10:30am  regular spin class

Afternoons:

4:00-5:00pm regular spin class

SATURDAY 

Mornings:

9:30-10:30am regular spin class

 

If this schedule does not work with yours, please don't hesitate to message us and we can try working something out. The more demand for more classes the better it is for us to have something for everyone.

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!