27 Cycle classes
Join us for a challenging and energetic 45 minute ride on our state of the art Schwinn AC Performance bikes. This class will lead you through a ride full of climbs, sprints, intervals, and more – all while being challenged and encouraged by Cycle Alive instructors and the driving beats of their playlists.
It’s indoor cycling taken to a whole new level on our state of the art Schwinn AC Performance bikes. This class will lead you through a ride full of climbs, sprints, intervals, and more.
This workout focuses on the whole body, not just legs and cardio. You’ll engage your upper body, balance and work your core, burn serious calories and strengthen your mind-muscle connection, all while being challenged and encouraged by Cycle Alive instructors and the driving beats of their playlists.
What To Bring
We recommend cycling shoes, but if you do not have them, tennis shoes are great. Bring plenty of water and comfortable clothes.
Heat / Humidity
Our cycle room is small, so it doesn’t take much to heat it up. We keep the thermostat set at 72-78 degrees. We sweat a lot so bring plenty of water.
What To Expect
If you are new to cycle or new to our Schwinn AC Performance Carbon Blue bikes, it takes a couple of classes to get familiar with these bikes. The instructor will take you through a 45min ride and explain the bike as you ride. Our room is dark with black lights. Wear something bright and it will glow! Our instructors play current music mixed with an oldie every now and then.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is your cancellation policy?
Due to the studio’s limited number of bikes as well as the high demand to attend cycle, students must cancel reservations at least 12 hours before a scheduled class. If a student cancels their reservation after the 12 hour cutoff, the class will be deducted from the student’s account.
When can I reserve a class?
Reservations are available to book 1 week before a scheduled class.
Who can take a class?
Anyone can take our classes. The only rule is that you need to be at least 5 feet tall. Any height under 5 feet would not allow proper setup on the bikes.