7 of the best spin studios you'll find across Seattle

Jan 28 2020, 4:56 pm

Let’s face it, running on the treadmill for an hour just isn’t fun.

If you’re looking to change up your workout (and get really sweaty), you definitely need to hit up a spin class.

Have no fear, spinning is the perfect workout for beginners. After one class, you’ll feel like you’re peddling in the right direction.

Good music, motivated instructors, and a welcoming atmosphere is what you’ll find in a truly great spin class. Here are our picks for must-visit studios in Seattle.

Soul Cycle

 

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We can thank Soul Cycle for the massive spin craze. As one of the first major spin studios in the US, it’s definitely gained quite a reputation of being one of the best spin workouts. Additional classes can be purchased after your first-time ride of $20.

Studio addresses: 2105 9th Avenue, Seattle and 2694 NE 49th Street, Seattle
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Beautiful Bike

 

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If you’re used to biking outside and want the feel of an authentic outdoor bike ride, Beautiful Bike is the studio for you. Their RealRyder bikes move and engage your arms, abs, and legs to get you a full-on, calorie burn. You must buy a single class or purchase a series to attend a class.

Studio address: 310 NW 40th Street, Seattle

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City Cycle

 

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City Cycle is the place to be if you’re looking for a heavy workout that’s still fun and approachable. Combining dance, cardio, and full-body exercises, you’re sure to burn calories and gain smiles. The first class is always free!

Studio address: 117 NW 85th St, Seattle
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CycleBar

 

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Depending on your fitness level, you can modify a CycleBar bike to fit your needs. The bikes require special shoes, which are provided free of charge to riders.

Studio address: 1288 Harrison Street, Seattle
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Burn Cycle

 

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Burn Cycle understands that not everyone is a professional cyclist and may need help to get going. Their classes are designed to push you to keep going forward while being in control of your own bike and to listen to your body.

Studio addresses: 601 East Pine Street, Seattle and 2420 NW Market Street, Seattle
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Community Fitness

 

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Community Fitness has a spin class for all. Seriously, they’ve got a cycle strength course, cycle and barre, indoor cycling, and raunchy rides: a ride for those willing to sexy it up.

Studio address: 2113 NE 65th Street, Seattle
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Fly

 

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Fly is unique in the fact that you can train in-studio, and in the comfort of your own home. Fly is a high-intensity interval training ride that has you jogging up-and-down mixed terrains, climbing heavy hills, and racing against others — all on a stationary bike. There’s also a tempo class and power class, with longer races and more moving to the beat.

Studio address: 224 Westlake Avenue North, Seattle
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