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507 Pressler St #900 Austin, TX 78703
507 Pressler Street #900USTexasAustin78703
Physical Fitness Program, Indoor CyclingToday 6AM–12PM, 5–8PM
Wednesday 6AM–12PM, 5–8PMThursday 6AM–12PM, 5–8PMFriday 6AM–12PM, 5–8PMSaturday 8:30–11AMSunday 12–1PM, 4–5PMMonday 6AM–12PM, 5–8PMTuesday 6AM–12PM, 5–8PM
Unlike most indoor cycling studios, PureRyde uses RealRyder® Fitness Bikes, the leader in indoor cycling that utilizes cutting edge Core-technology to provide an authentic “burn and build” cycling.
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"Seriously I've been to a ton of gyms and am a workout fanatic."
"I have taken a lot of spin classes over the years."
"It had a 1 month expiration."
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Kelly Dennis
a year ago
I have taken a lot of spin classes over the years. The classes are pretty good depending on the instructor. However the adminstration is a nighmare. I was encouraged to sign up for the 10 class package deal because there isn't an expiration. Guess what? it had a 1 month expiration. Also, if you reserve a class online (as they ask you to do) sometimes their staff also checks you in when you get there. So your account is deducted twice. I tried to work all this out with the owner directly and it was one of the worst customer service experiences I've ever had. Seriously I've been to a ton of gyms and am a workout fanatic. Love trying new things and mixing it up. However, the stress and headache this place causes isn't worth it at all.
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Leila Rahil
a year ago
I will preface this with I have never done a spin class I was nothing if not a little intimidated and unsure I would make it 5 mins, let alone the full 30! But, wow...not only did I sweat what I thought was the equivalent of a kiddie pool...I survived the class AND left feeling confident that my cushy tushy could (and would) do it all over again! First off...the clippy shoes they provide were kinda awesome (having over 300 pairs of shoes myself, anywhere that provides footwear is already in the win column) and I never understood until now the benefit you get from clipping in and "becoming one with your bike". Which brings me to...the bikes! Seriously, I never imagined stationary bikes were capable of such maneuverability! And the staff were so awesome in personalizing your bike to your body frame (I have the shortest legs ever, so biking is often a contact sport for me). It even had a nifty lil computer to tell you how fast your going and you have full control of your resistance. I also liked that the bike kept your pace once you started. Now on to the workout...our instructor was awesome and the 80s theme song warm up was fun! It was a nice integration of tilting the bikes from side to side so you worked your arms as well as your core along with feeling (or not feeling) the burn in every single one of your leg muscles. I also really liked that there was no pressure to push yourself, you did you and worked at your pace. It is dimly lit so your focus is on the instructor and not trying to keep pace w/the person next to you. I was impressed and how many of the positions I could do and the speed I was able to maintain throughout the workout anf when I couldn't do anymore of something I just kept pedaling and jumped back in when I could, no problem! All I know is when we were done I literally did a Bridget Jones getting off the bike as my legs were jelly, but a few mins later, when I could feel them again, everything from my booty down was an en fuego drum circle of 'tight and right'. I may be in some pain tomorrow, but I can already tell it's gonna hurt so good! I can't wait until my next Ryde!
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