Indoor Cycle


Current Weekly Classes:

Monday 9am-10am: Joyce

              Wednesday 9am-10am: Joyce

Wednesday 6:30-7:30PM: Eric

            Friday 9am-10am:Joyce

                                                                        Saturday 8am-9am: Stacey

What muscles are used in indoor cycling?

Indoor cycling is a total-body workout and works all of the major muscle groups. Here are seven areas you work and how you use them while you’re cycling.

  • Core. Use your core to stabilize your body throughout the class, which helps to achieve overall balance, especially when you’re standing.
  • Upper body. Use your upper body to support yourself on the bike. Some classes incorporate upper-body exercises using dumbbells or resistance bands.
  • Back. Maintain a strong, stable spine throughout the class, which will help to strengthen and tone your back muscles.
  • Glutes. Feel your glutes working with each pump, especially when you stand up from your seat, do an incline, or increase the resistance.
  • Quadriceps. Your quadriceps will be the main muscles used as you pedal and climb hills, leading to strong, toned legs.
  • Hamstrings. Cycling helps to strengthen and loosen your hamstrings, which lift the pedal up with each cycle and stabilize your joints.
  • Lower legs. You’ll work your calves with each cycle, which helps to protect your ankles and feet while cycling and during everyday activities.



Cycle class guidelines:

  • Participants should arrive for class 10 minutes before the scheduled class time to make necessary adjustments to the bike.
  • Participants should bring a towel and a full water bottle.
  • All bikes are equipped with toe-clips and SPD pedals.
  • Classes are open to rec pass members ages 16 years and older. Teens ages 13-15 may participate if they have completed the basic training class