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IN THE D: Get Fit at a Spinning/Cycling Studio

By: Metro Detroit Chevy Dealers | September 29, 2015

Keeping active and staying healthy are essential parts of life, and southeast Michigan offers numerous options to do both. The topic of discussion today is spinning classes and cycling opportunities. Spinning/cycling classes provide great workouts; allowing you to burn calories, improve your cardiovascular health and build strong, muscular legs! With that said, listed below are some classes and locations you may want to check out around these here Metro Detroit parts.

RydeOn Cycling Studio is located in Saline and offers both classes and walk-ins. The studio has plenty of certified instructors, and there are many different classes available to fit your needs. RydeOn is open to people of all fitness levels, and Keiser M3 cycles are provided. New clients are offered a special pass for $39, which allows for unlimited sessions for 30 days. For more on pricing, click here.

Spinergy Fitness, located in downtown Northville, provides many different kinds of rides and pricing packages for those looking to take a class. The Cruise and Condition ride helps you grow your aerobic capacity, while more advanced rides such as Cycle Soup allows you to mix rides for a more challenging workout. Don’t forget about the “realryder,” which provides critical elements, great trainers and a huge video screen full of visualizations for an interactive experience!

CycleBar is located in Royal Oak and provides a wide variety of classes. From classic cycling to strength building to calorie-burning options, CycleBar has something for everyone. Interested parties can buy credits for anywhere from three classes to 100 classes, or can drop in to a class for $18. The CycleStars (instructors) provide participants with great music playlists, a fun atmosphere and a fantastic workout.

PureRyde Cycling and Pilates has locations in both Beverly Hills and West Bloomfield. The Beverly Hills location provides several types of cycling classes, while the West Bloomfield location focuses more on the Pilates aspect. With that said, both studios offer intense workouts with great instructors. Classes are available for all skill levels and build up your strength and endurance.

Whether you are a cycling enthusiast, or are just looking for a new workout to get in better shape, the above options are for you. Have fun and stay fit!