What You'll Get
Thomas Edison declared that genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration, a fact he discovered while inventing the volcano. Work up a healthy sweat with today's Groupon: for $45, you get 10 cycling classes at Ryde For Life on Race Track Road (a $125 value).
Cyclists hop aboard Ryde For Life’s 21 nonstationary RealRyder ABF8 bikes, which burn up to 20% more calories than normal spinning bikes. The RealRyder utilizes CoreBalance technology and an articulating frame that can maneuver like an outdoor bicycle, letting two-wheel riders lean, steer, and bank to strengthen muscles and improve cardiovascular endurance and balance. The studio provides athletes of every fitness level a variety of 45–60 minute classes with a flexible class schedule that currently offers classes seven days a week. Shape up indoors with today’s deal to avoid treacherous weather conditions and discarded banana peels.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 24, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Reservation required. Must start classes by 7/24/11, classes expire 3 months from activation date. Tax not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Ryde For Life
As a former national-level figure skater and ISSA-certified personal trainer, Jessica knows what a full-body burn feels like. However, she didn't know that a stationary bike could replicate the feeling, until a fellow trainer encouraged her to climb aboard a RealRyder cycle. Jessica became a devotee after just two rides. Determined to share her newfound passion with others, she gathered a team of certified instructors, populated two studios with RealRyder ABF8 bikes, and opened their doors to prospective pedalers of all fitness levels.
Inside Ryde For Life, Jessica and her staff host 45- to 60-minute classes synced to each teacher's music playlist. They lead stationary teams atop RealRyder bikes, whose specialized frames allow riders to lean, bank, and steer as they would an on-road bike. In addition to pumping up cardiovascular systems, sessions engage the core, upper body, legs, and the scalp muscles that hold helmets in place.