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What You'll Get
Riding a stationary bike combines the safety of a fitness center with the thrill of mountain biking, just as riding a stationary goat combines the safety of a petting zoo with the thrill of encountering a pack of hungry wolves. Get your adrenaline pumping with today’s Groupon for a social-cycling package at Bike2theBeat (a $112 total value) in Newport Beach. The package includes:
- Four complimentary Rookie classes.
- Four all-levels classes (a $56 value).
- Four buddy passes that let a friend join you during the class of your choice (a $56 value).<p>
Bike2theBeat’s upbeat instructors lead exercisers on stationary spins held in a nightclub-style studio. Students can choose from more than 20 classes each week, including 60-minute Rookie sessions that acquaint beginners with adjustable-resistance bikes and advanced workouts that make muscles burn with satisfaction, like an insult uttered from the lips of a sarcastic fire swallower. As heart rates soar and lights dim, teachers spout pedaling cues and infuse the space with motivating tunes. By climbing invisible hills or racing the friends they’ve brought along, students chase away calories and tone muscles in the calves, quads, and glutes. Follow-up hot showers and complimentary towel service await to help relax sore muscles and wipe down imaginary helmets after class.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 14, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 class per visit. Reservation required. 2hr cancellation notice required. Buddy passes must be used by new clients for class with Groupon purchaser. New clients only or anyone who has not purchased a package in the last 6 months. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Union Ryde
Union Ryde studio provides clients with an energetic indoor cycling workout within a nightclub setting. During each 60-minute class, riders pedal to upbeat music while the instructor leads them through a series of speed, resistance, and interval training.