TheCycleStudio is looking for your feedback/advice/opinions or suggestions about running 90-minute cycling classes focusing on building rider's endurance.
The sessions would be offered one day a week for a 4-week period, every month. As stated before these classes will focus on building rider's endurance, verses a standard indoor cycling classes workout that deals with traditional "spinning" related routines (ie. jumps, climbs, etc.).
We have had a few requests from our outdoor riders about this style of class and we want to get a feel for how many people think this is a good or bad idea.
*We are aware that quite a few riders don't care for indoor cycling and only like to ride outside year round. We have nothing against those riders, however we are looking to give other riders a place to continue their riding during the winter months.
Hi, I am quite interested, as I maybe going on a two day long ride for a charity cause this summer. What day/times are these offered. Thanks. Sorry I responded without fully checking it out, but this seems to be exactly what I may be needing for my Summer long ride preparation.
I personally think that no spinning environment can fully prepare you for outdoor riding. Best way to get ready for any extended ride is to actually get out there and do extended rides instead of trying to cram it into a 90 minute workout. Also IMHO there is a certain benefit to be had from having a few months of light riding which can be easily duplicated with a trainer, it let's the body recover and properly rest.