For All Spinning® Enthusiasts

How to Set Up Indoor Cycling

Whether you’re already an indoor cycling enthusiast or are just looking to become more active, you can immediately add tremendous value to your fitness life by cycling as part of your daily routine. Perhaps you are like so many people out there who are intrigued by the prospect of this rewarding exercise, but unsure about how to get started. Well, you have come to the right place. Spinning® isn’t just another indoor cycling company. We introduced the spinning phenomenon to the world, and have been leading the trend for more than 20 years.

When it comes to indoor cycling, you have two basic options. You can purchase a bike for your home, like one of our high quality Spinner® bikes, or you can join a certified Spinning® class in your area. There are distinct advantages to each option, and if you’re serious about making indoor cycling a part of your life, you may even want to consider incorporating both.

Spinning® at Home

When you purchase a Spinner® bike, like our Spinner Pro® or Spinner Aero®, you can enjoy indoor cycling at your leisure. Since you are not bound by any facility schedules, you can exercise in front of the TV after a long day at work, or start your morning with a vigorous sweat. Each Spinner® bike is easy to assemble, and comes with all of the instructions you need to get set up immediately and start riding.

Indoor Cycling at a Facility

If you seek a more communal experience, consider joining a certified Spinning® class. You can find classes in your area by using the Search bar at the top of this page. When you join up with likeminded indoor cycling enthusiasts, you not only promote your own good health, but make lasting friendships in the process. Additionally, research shows that people tend to work harder and burn more calories when exercising in a coached, group environment.

Teaching Spinning® Classes

If you’re truly passionate about indoor cycling, why not start inspiring and helping others? If you would like to start teaching your own indoor cycling classes, become a certified Spinning® instructor. We offer orientations and workshops year round, which feature 9-hours of comprehensive training, as well as testing and certification. Use the Search bar at the top of this page to find a class in your area, and start teaching in one of our 35,000+ certified facilities.

Get Started Today

Check out our Spinner® bikes, or join up with a Spinning® class today. The possibilities are endless, and when you add indoor cycling to your regular routine, you may even add more valuable years to your life. So what are you waiting for? Get started today! 

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