What is indoor cycling?

Indoor cycling, or spinning, has been around for more than 20 years and continues to grow in awareness and popularity. Participants, led by a qualified instructor, ride stationary bikes that simulate riding outdoors.  Classes are set to unique music mixes compiled to energize and sustain riders for the duration of the class.

Do I have to be an experienced rider to get started?

No. Indoor cycling is adaptable to all fitness levels with each rider controlling the resistance and speed of the pedals on their respective bike.  While our dedicated and driven instructors will endeavor to maximize everyone’s efforts, there are no limits or prerequisites.  You inevitably choose how hard to work on any given ride.

Will indoor cycling help me lose weight?

Yes. Indoor cycling will help you shed pounds and lower your body fat if done regularly and in combination with a healthy diet.  A rider can burn up to 1,200 calories in a single class but the average is 600 calories.  It is also a fantastic cardio exercise regime, leading to a more energized and healthier life.

Will indoor cycling make my legs big?

No. Indoor cycling will create definition actually elongating leg muscles.  Most large legged cyclists have added intensive resistance training to their exercise regime.

Do you have showers?

No showers, but we have two changing rooms in the studio.

Is Parking Available?

Metered Parking is available-(Fern St. btw Olive/Dixie & Quadrille, as well as Evernia St. btw Olive/Dixie & Quadrille).

Do I need to bring my own towel?

No. PwrOne provides towels for your convenience.  However, riders are more than welcome to bring their own if they like.

What makes PwrOne Cycling Studio special?

PwrOne offers a warm, relaxed, safe and team-like environment.  Our instructors have been carefully chosen for their quality of riding and love of the sport.  The entire staff is dedicated to your safety, enjoyment and overall betterment of body and mind.

How long is a typical class?

Classes consist of a 60-minute ride followed by stretching and cooling down.

How do I reserve a bike?

Classes are listed and bikes can be reserved online. Calling in no more than 24 hours in advance can also reserve bikes.  Walk-ins will be accommodated on a first-come basis.

What type of gear is needed to participate?

Comfortable workout attire is all you need to get started.  Cycling specific gear, however, can make a great class even better. Padded cycling shorts and moisture-wicking tops will make your ride more comfortable and clip-in bike shoes also give riders more leverage and power.  A heart rate monitor will also help maximize and measure every workout.

What are the age, weight, and height requirements to ride a bike?

Riders must be 12 or older and at least 4’10”.  Our bikes have a maximum user weight of 300 pounds.

I forgot my water bottle. Do you have water available?

Yes, we offer bottled water for purchase.  It’s always a good idea drink plenty of water during your workout.

What Bike Pedals Do You Use?

Our pedals use either Delta or SPD Clips