We know that sometimes things happen that are out of your control and lateness is unavoidable but don’t let that become a habit. We don’t just ask you to arrive on time so we can keep the studio running on schedule but also out of respect to the other riders. Here’s why it’s important to us and your fellow riders to arrive on time:

  • If you are bringing a first time rider to the studio, first of all thank you, but secondly to get the most out of their first ride we need to ensure that they have the correct bike set up. Arriving at least 15 minutes before the class starts, allows us to do this.
  • Once the lights are low and the wheels are spinning it can be a little hazardous to walk in between the bikes. This is why we only allow riders into “the cave” (that's the spin room), up to 4 minutes after class start time. Also any empty bikes at the beginning of class will be offered to the riders in the room, so late arrivals will be asked to take the bikes at the back of the room, to avoid any safety issues.
  • The instructor’s aim is to create the right atmosphere for you to get the most out of the ride, having the door open and close multiple times into the ride can be very disruptive.

Read more to find some tips on how to be where you should be, when you should be.

Posted Jun 29, 2016

Leave A Comment

Leave this field empty