Indoor Cycling is a great place to start because, in a dark, loud room, no one can see how fast you're pedaling or what your resistance level is. Work your way up to competition-focused brands that display real-time rider stats (that's your Swerve, your Flywheel, your Peloton) and start with indie studios that are light on both bike technology and upper body choreography (a favorite of places like SyncStudio). Byklyn on Flatbush Avenue and Revolve in Union Square both meet these criteria—
Read the full article here:Gentle Gyms, or How To Break Into the Boutique Fitness Scene (11/19/14)
When I tell people that I teach anywhere between six and eight indoor classes per week, many say, “Oh my! I hear cycling is the most difficult class to take!” I make a point of reassuring them that not only is it a manageable class for just about every level of fitness but it’s also a ton of fun — pinky swear!
Read the full (6/26/14) article here:http://fitbottomedgirls.com/2014/06/pro-tips-for-your-first-spin-class/
The block of Flatbush between St. Marks and Prospect offers two places to get a hard-core workout: BYKLYN, Park Slope’s newest indoor cycling gym.
Read the full (6/10/14) article here:http://brooklynbased.com/blog/2014/06/10/flatbush-avenue-rising-downtown-brooklyn/
There's a new spin joint opening up on Flatbush between Prospect Place and St. Marks Avenue. It's called BYKlyn, and they are kicking off with an opening party this Thursday from 4-8PM, when you can check out the studio, meet the instructors, and have a drink.