Group Cycling


What is it?

Group Cycling simulates riding on flat terrain or hills while incorporating sprints, jumps and leisure riding.

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FDL YMCA Group Cycling

Why should I try Group Cycling?

Group Cycling is an excellent workout to strengthen your heart and tone your legs.  You control your bike's tension, staying within a comfortable exercise zone for your fitness level.  Group Cycling classes are filled with high energy and are designed for all fitness level abilities. 

Group Cycling tips

If taking a Group Cycling class for the first time, here are some guidelines:

Cushion your seat:  Consider wearing padded bike shorts if you are not accustomed to riding a bike.

Stay hydrated:  Bring a water bottle to class so you can take frequent sips while you ride.  Water bottle racks are attached to each bike for your convenience.  A towel is a good idea to have as well.

Pace yourself:  Stationary cycling is especially good for people who have joint problems or trouble with weight-bearing exercise.  Classes can be high energy and vigorous, however, if you are new to exercise, remember to go at your own pace and ride at your comfort level.