Stationary bikes allow cyclists to focus on their workout instead of focusing on dodging cars or tossing newspapers directly through mail slots from afar. Spin the pedal around the metal with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for a Ryde card good for five cycling and TRX strength-training classes (an $80 value)
- $79 for one month of unlimited cycling and TRX strength-training classes (a $159 value)
Armed with a package of classes, exercisers can choose from the facility's array of 45-, 60-, and 75-minute cycling or cycling- and TRX-training classes, which accommodate cyclers of varying skill and experience levels, as well as personal interests. See the schedule, under the "Class Schedule" tab.
Exercise enthusiasts Annie Garland and Lori Melchior founded Epic Ryde to provide indoor cyclists with an experience that rivals that of outdoor cycling. Their modern facility recreates everything but the wind in riders’ hair, with bikes positioned in stadium seating in view of Sloan's Lake and immersive widescreen video of outdoor scenes. Completing the scene are RealRyder ABF8 stationary bikes, whose articulating frame allows riders to lean from side to side to simulate turns or demonstrate extreme swagger.
Epic Ryde’s facility also incorporates TRX training, which uses resistance from suspended body weight and gravity to give exercisers a full-body workout. A team of certified instructors teaches the array of classes, which include Mountain Ryde and Epic Mix, a combination of cycling and TRX training.