Awesome studio, great staff, very nice equipment - I love it!
Unless you live in northwest Denver, this probably isn't the Groupon for you. Traffic is always terrible trying to get there.
Some things that I DID NOT like about this place (after buying multiple spin class Groupons, and trying out multiple establishments):
1.) The place was harder to find than it should've been
2.) The bikes aren't as high-tech as other facilities (i.e., you can't see your RPMs or the actual resistance, which makes it difficult to know whether or not you're improving from class to class)
3.) I felt claustrophobic in the space after it heated up
4.) Lastly, your Groupon expires on their website within ~30 days, and they have a TERRIBLE selection for class times throughout the day - I admittedly only went to 1/5 classes since I found a more preferable place for spin, and didn't even get my monies worth here
Some things I did like:
1.) They were extremely welcoming - this was my first time trying out spin classes
2.) The interior design/decorations were on point
3.) I like their logo/name
From Our Editors
Despite being a fitness studio, High Ride Cycle incorporates the great outdoors into its workouts. Inside a naturally lit exercise space, cyclists bask in the sun's rays while pedaling their way toward a fit figure and greater cardiovascular health. They can even take outdoor classes on High Ride Cycle's large patio, where—despite the lack of four walls—their collective energy reverberates in the space around them.
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