- Arrive 10 minutes early to properly set up your bike.
- Check to make sure all pins and toe clips are secure.
- Ask your instructor to properly set up your bike for you.
- Ask your instructor how to use the brake.
- Take it slow. The pedals do not rotate backward like on a regular bike.
- For safety reasons, don’t stand and pedal without sufficient pedal resistance. Ask your instructor how to increase your pedal resistance if you would like to stand.
- Learn to handle loss of bike control. You can use the emergency brake knob to slow the flywheel and the pedals if your feet slip off the pedals.
Do’s and Don’ts
- Let your instructor know if you have any medical conditions or are pregnant.
- Bring water, a towel and wear proper footwear to the class.
- Wipe down and put away equipment when done.
- Be quiet and respectful outside of the studio.
- Use cell phones, camera devices or MP3 players.
- Save class spots for others. All participants with Class Passes must be present to claim their spot.
- Enter the studio when the CLASS FULL sign is displayed on the door.
- Engage in lengthy conversations during class.