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Best Drop-In Spin Classes in Seattle

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Ready for May’s Bike Month? If you want to get cycle (and summer) ready, head to one of these Puget Sound drop-in cycling classes and spin your way to a better health!

Community Fitness Roosevelt
6108 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115
206.523.3363
http://www.communityfitness.com

Community Fitness is a group fitness facility with cycling classes offered seven days a week. Drop in when you feel like it, level up with a 10-class pass or make group fitness the cornerstone of your health with our Monthly Unlimited Membership. The drop-in fee is $12. At Community Fitness, you’ll find a group of people working together for a common goal: better living through exercise and teamwork. Getting in shape and feeling good can be a tall order and you shouldn’t have to do it alone.

Sound Mind and Body Gym
437 N. 34th Street
Seattle, WA 98103
206.547.2706
http://www.SmbGym.com

A beautiful facility with splendid water views from all floors, Sound Mind & Body Gym offers something for everyone. Their non-impact cycling workout is one of the most efficient ways to reach your fitness goals. And you don’t even need to bring your own bike. Your instructor will lead you through a virtual ride, simulating hills and other various terrain, to energizing background music. Sound Mind and Body has over 35 spin bikes. Classes are offered seven days a week. Join in anytime. Cycling shorts recommended. Bring a water.

Cycle University
3418 Harbor Avenue SW
Seattle, WA 98126
800.476.0681
http://www.cycleu.com

Cycle U is a different kind of spin class. They call it “Better than a Spin Class” because you use your own bike, fit to your body, with expert cycling coaches, with computer accurate, trackable progress so you see calories and wattage used. Sign up for 1, 2 or 3 days a week and you choose when to come in and spin. Don’t have a bike? There are some Cycle U bikes available. Go online to register.

Zum
1813 7th Ave
Seattle, WA
206.443.3933
http://www.clubzum.com

ZUM has a low drop-in rate of for all of its classes, and spin and cycling classes are offered seven days a week. You can even register for a 30 minute beginners class, and learn all the basics, like bike set-up and safe riding practices. You’ll feel comfortable in your next spin class. Zum is a popular place for Seattle’s athletes, like former Mariner and MLB pitcher Jamie Moyer, and Olympic speed skater Apollo Ono. You’ll be in good company and getting fit at Zum.

Fly Fitness
2225 Carillon Point
Kirkland, WA 98033
425.522.4408
http://www.wearesuperfly.com

With spinning you get it all – hills, sprints and endurance followed by cycling specific stretches. It’s fun, challenging and designed to leave you drenched with sweat. Or try the FLYCYCLE UGI BOOTCAMP – Get the best of both worlds with a sweat inducing circuit on and off the bike. Alternate five to eight minutes pedaling up hills, racing on flats and working on endurance, with UGI Ball exercises. Emphasis is on core-definition, fat burning and strength. You’ll be amazed at the intensity…and the results. You may come once a month or everyday! Drop in classes are $22/session, or purchase a multi-use card.

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