Cycling in Morristown


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  • Pure Energy Fitness Warren
    We are a unique private personal training facility which offers group fitness class, nutritional guidance and weight loss programs. 5000 square feet of state of the art equipment to help you achieve results.
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    223 Stirling Rd.
    Warren, NJ US
  • Ray's Bike Rental
    Ray, the co-owner of Ray's Bike Rentals, was a New Jersey State champion bike racer, a race promoter, and ran a bike store for 15 years. Today he's hopped off the seat to give others a chance to ride. He and co-owner Cathy have set up their bike-rental kiosk at the ferry pier in Fort Hancock. They rent beach cruisers, multi-gear bikes, and tandems. For families, they rent kid-size bikes as well as bike carts for children and tag-alongs.
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    60 Hartshorne Dr.
    Atlantic Highlands, NJ US
  • NJ Personal Training
    NJ Personal Training's certified personal trainer and nutrition specialist Joe D'Angelo helps make clients' fitness goals achievable through one-on-one and small-group personal-training sessions. Joe meets clients in the comfort of their own homes to develops fitness routines and nutrition plans tailored to their own interests. Joe also hosts training sessions in gyms and parks.
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    441 Sussex Road
    Wood Ridge, NJ US
  • Bike and Roll New York City
    Variety is the name of the game at Bike and Roll New York City. Their staff sets out to enhance the way visitors and residents alike experience the city with a wide range of tours and services. The company's guided bike tours enable riders to join with fellow explorers and follow a knowledgeable guide to scenic destinations, such as Central Park, the Brooklyn Bridge, Battery Park, and the 9/11 Memorial. For more relaxed exploration, riders can mount a segway and travel through Liberty State Park during 1.5-hour excursions that present stunning views of the skyline and Statue of Liberty. Riders can also rent bikes and follow self-guided routes to travel the city's streets at their own pace, take breaks to pose for pictures, and pedal backwards whenever they feel like it.
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    200 Morris Pesin Dr
    Jersey City, NJ US
  • Endure Cycling
    Exercising can be frustrating if you don't see results. In addition to a slimmer physique, guests at Endure Cycling can see the numerical breakdown of their workout—from the amount of pedal strokes to the number of calories burned to their heart rate throughout their stationary journey. Here, the stationary bicycles use internal sensors to monitor each individual's performance, allowing students to track their progress over time. After saddling up on one of the studio's M3+ indoor cycles, cyclers join a certified instructor on a simulated joyride through a pre-programmed series of climbs, restorative plateaus, and thrilling loop-de-loops while high-energy music helps to keep them motivated. Smart sensors track the RPMs of each bike as well as the rider's heart rate, transmitting data to the room's flat-screen television in real time and storing it for future review. This allows students to keep an eye on their numbers throughout each workout, or go online after class and chart their improvement across multiple sessions to print out and put on their fridge.
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    95 Page Avenue
    Staten Island, NY US
  • One Love Bike + Barre
    One Love Bike + Barre is a studio devoted to two types of workouts. Here, trainees rev their heart rates and tone their muscles in Bike classes, Barre classes, and Half + Half classes, which incorporate 25 minutes of each. The bike room's black walls, low lighting, and loud music cultivate a gritty mood conducive to a no-nonsense attitude toward fitness. Alternately, in the expansive barre studio, high ceilings, mirrored walls, and an all-white color palette create the feel of a contemporary dance space. A small boutique in the facility outfits students with basics such as the grippy socks required for barre, and the imaginary newspapers you can pretend to throw during bike classes. With a narrow set of class types?but a full schedule?instructors are able to concentrate fully on the nuances of their workouts, and clients can get a solid sense of just how far they've come.
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    111 N Maple Ave.
    Ridgewood, NJ US

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