Cheat Sheet: Need-to-know indoor cycling news
This week we’ll catch you up on the year’s news trends that are making a serious impact on the wellness scene.
If pedaling at 100 RPMs to pumped-up pop mash-ups is your idea of a good time, you’re in luck. Indoor cycling has never been hotter, and we’ve rounded up all of the latest news you’ll need to stay in-the-know.
1. Flywheel is opening 7 new cycling studios
This fall, you’ll see two new Flywheel studios in New York City—Tribeca and Lincoln Center—and more nationwide.
2. How Peloton plans to revolutionize spinning—at home
Will fitness aficionados skip classes at their favorite boutique studio in favor of spinning at home? A new company called Peloton is testing the theory.
3. Riding at Revolve, New York’s third-party spin studio
It’s wooed top talent and unflinchingly entered Flywheel-SoulCycle turf. It’ll need that attitude to survive. We gave this upstart new studio a spin.
4. Swerve Fitness wants to be the cycling studio for team players
A new indoor cycling studio opening in New York this fall is building its ride around the concept of teamwork.
5. New York gets its first cycling-yoga combo studio
Williamsburg’s new Syncstudio, which opens today, pairs pedaling and pranayama.
6. CinemaCycle: Indoor cycling studio by day, movie theater by night
A Hamptons movie theater replaces four rows of seats with 25 spin bikes, and now offers daily CinemaCycle classes, where you pedal to the big screen.
7. Get CYCed: Meet the new cycling brand coming to a college town near you
This new boutique spinning brand is bringing health and fitness to a demographic preoccupied with keggers and all-nighters.
8. SoulCycle hints at a major digital debut this summer
SoulCycle is hard at work on a “digital revamp,” including a speedy booking app and the possibility of streaming workouts.