Before Your Class
Hydrate + Fuel Up
You’re going to work hard in class so be sure to drink plenty of water before class! Many people also opt to have a light snack before class. We have water available for you to purchase at the studio as well as a purified water fill-station to fill your own.
Attire + Footwear
We suggest a tee or tank on top and form fitted leggings or shorts on the bottom. Our bikes require cycling shoes so don’t forget your socks too! You’re welcome to bring your own LOOK Delta or SPD-compatible shoes. We also offer shoe rentals for $2.
Lockers + Amenities
We have lockers for storing your belongings (many with USB chargers for your devices) along with full-service fully stocked shower rooms and backlit makeup/blow dry bars. Sweat towels and shower towels are provided at no charge.
When You Arrive
New riders should arrive 15 minutes early to check in with the front desk crew and get acquainted with the studio. All riders will initial next to their name and preselected bike number on the sign in sheet. If you are not signed in 5 minutes prior to class, your bike may be reassigned. New riders are not permitted to enter a class late. If you arrive too late for your first class, we will gladly reschedule you to another time without penalty.
Good Vibes Only
Your vibe attracts your tribe and kindness is cool. Remember the golden rule and it’s all good. Additionally, the studio is a cell phone free zone so be sure yours is stowed with your belongings in your locker during class. If you may need to be reached during the class for some reason, just leave your phone with the front desk staff – we’ll come get you if needed.
Inside the Studio
We take this seriously at CYCL3 so before your first ride, a team member will assist you with finding your proper bike settings. We’ll even write it down for you so that you know how to set it up for your next ride. We’ll also give you a quick tutorial on how to adjust your resistance, apply the brake, and some basic technique info you can expect in class.
Our classes are high intensity interval training and they’re designed to push riders hard. However, it is essential that you remember during class that you should listen to your body. You are in control of your resistance on your bike and if you find that you need a break, take it! Do what you need to do – it’s dark, and you can adjust your pace as needed. We won’t judge and we’ll never call you out. Everyone was a beginner once!