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Inspired by Rio? Try Cycling at These Studios

Like fencing, cycling has been an event at every modern Games since 1896. With road racing, mountain biking and BMX racing all featured in Rio, there are numerous ways to get inspired and set up your own cycling training.

SoloCicla

At SoloCicla riders are encouraged to release their stress on the bike. To help with that, SoloCicla instructors take you through classes with unique rhythms and lighting to keep you dancing on your bike or meditating while blissfully spinning in darkness.

Where to find it:

3341 West Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90068

Ascent Fitness

Want to feel like you’re cycling with the pack in Rio? At Ascent Fitness, you can. With a virtual reality monitor in front of you, you’ll feel like you’re racing in a real road race while sitting in class. For data-driven cyclists, Ascent even offers real-time data about your ride including your heart rate and cadence.

Where to find it:

1911 W. Alabama St., Houston, TX 77098

RedBike

Miami cycling studio RedBike gets its name from the excitement of getting a new red bicycle. They keep the excitement by going in class by offering a special rumbaride with Latin music once a week. Then, after class, you can get a post-workout snack from a cafe within the studio.

Where to find it:

1399 SW 1st Ave., Miami, FL 33130

Ride North End

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If you want to cycle, but can’t leave your music behind, check out Ride North End in Boston. This studio is known for their high energy workouts accompanied by great playlists. After you cycle on state-of-the-art bikes in your workout, Ride is next door to a smoothie and juice bar where you can relax and chat with your fellow riders.

Where to find it:

420 Commercial St., Boston, MA 02109

Revolution Cycle + Fitness

Revolution Cycle + Fitness specializes in total body cycling. They do this by using the RealRyder indoor cycle, which allows riders to steer and lean, simulating the experience of a real road bike. If that’s not enough of a challenge, you can also try Krankcycle, which is an advanced cycling version of upper-body arm cranking.

Where to find it:

1828 Marshall St. NE Suite #19, Minneapolis, MN 55418

Be sure to read our other blog posts about the events in Rio.

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