Ready to clip-in for your first spin class, but don’t know what to expect?
We’ve got you covered. Check-out the information below prior to your first class.
We have number membership and class card options to fit your budget. Visit our website or find us on MindBody to create your account. Already have an account? Check-out the schedule, instructors, and class times that work for you schedule and register!
Hydration is key. Drink plenty of fluids throughout the day to ensure you’re well hydrated before your first ride. You should also grab a snack or light meal—leaving enough time to energize, but also digest (about an hour prior to class). Don’t forget to bring your water bottle with you (or pick up one of ours at the passage boutique)!
PACK YOUR GYM BAG
Water bottle, athletic socks, and layers. The spin room is kept nice and cool between classes, but once we get going, things really heat up! Dress accordingly and think leggings, shorts, t-shirts, and crop-tops—comfortable, light, and airy. Feel free to bring a pullover or hoodie you can easily take off once class gets going. Spin shoes are included with all memberships, class cards, and drop-in’s. If you have your own shoes, our Schwinn spin bikes are compatible with both Keo and SPD clips. Complementary towels are available on each bike as well.
Our intercity sweat sanctuary is located at 200 - 524 11 avenue southwest. 11th avenue is one-way, so leave plenty of time in case you need to circle the block. Once you get here, feel free to park in one of our complementary marked parking spots located on the west side of the studio. Parking is free, but we ask that you register your vehicle with the front desk. If the lot is free, street parking is available with pay stations nearby, as well as a paid lot next to ours. The spin and HIIT studios are located on the first floor immediately once you walk through the front door, and the yoga studios are located up the stairway on the second floor.
Timing is everything, so arrive early. Spin room doors open at least 15 mins before class, but staff will be ready to great you 30 minutes prior. Make sure you let us know it’s your first time and we’ll be sure to give you a tour of the studio, introduce you to your instructor, and ensure we get you set up on your bike. Finding the set-up that works for you can sometimes take a hot minute, so arriving early will ensure a safe and comfortable ride.
PICK YOUR BIKE
The spin map is located at the front desk where you’ll pick-up your shoes. Simply initial your bike to save it. If it’s your first time, we recommend picking a bike in the second or third row, this was you can see the instructor as well as a rider in front of you.
LIGHTS DOWN. MUSIC UP.
Once class starts, light will go down and the music gets cranked so you can feel the beat! If you're concerned about the sound, earplugs are available in the spin room.
Look. Listen. Try. We’re literally riding bikes in the dark—so don’t take it too seriously. Your first class can sometimes be a bit of sensory overload: candles, music, and the cute rider next to you. Feel free to take your times and just watch. There is NOTHING wrong with staying seated and observing. A new workout can often be intense, if you’re feeling out of breath or need a break, remain in the room and stay seated while peddling the feet. Golden rule: listen to your body first, the instructor second.
High fives! You did it—and we can’t wait to see you again. We have bins located outside the room to dispose of your shoes and towels. If you have any questions, feel free to chat with your instructor—that’s what they’re there for. If you weren’t sure about your bike set-up, or were unsure about choreography, your instructor is more than happy to provide you with a quick one-on-one.