What should I wear?
A fitted tank or t-shirt with cycling shorts is recommended for comfort on the saddle. Gel seats are available if you prefer to wear regular gym clothes and need an extra level of protection while your body adjusts to the saddle. Cycling shoes with SPD clips are recommended for a superior ride, but stiff-sole athletic shoes are ok, too. New riders are encouraged to arrive early for the Roll Team to show you around and help you get set up properly on the bike.
We’re thrilled you want to take Spin® classes at Roll Indoor Cycling & Fitness. All riders are required to sign a waiver in the studio prior to your first class, and students who are 13-17 years old must have a waiver signed by a parent or guardian.
Changing Areas and Lockers
For your comfort and convenience, we provide restrooms equipped with a shower, complimentary towels, and spa-quality toiletries. Secure lockers with simple, easy to use digital locks are provided at no charge. Instructions are printed on the locker, but our staff will always be happy to assist in securing your personal belongings.
If you book your bike online prior to class, your name and bike number will be on our sign-in sheet at the desk. Make sure you verify your arrival so our staff knows you’re ready to Roll. Unclaimed bikes will be released 4 minutes prior to class, so it’s super important you remember to check in.
First time riders are encouraged to arrive 15-20 minutes early to settle in and give our staff a few minutes to show you the ins and outs of the ride. Because of safety concerns, new riders will not be admitted to class if they arrive late. All classes start on time, so make sure you’re on the bike before the lights go down.
What should I eat before class?
We suggest you have a light snack 30-40 minutes prior to your Indoor-Cycling class. Approximately 100 calories of complex carbohydrates will maintain your blood sugar and energy level for the duration of the ride. Roll offers a variety of pressed juices that are perfect for pre + post workout fuel.
Hydration is the key to an energizing, effective, and successful ride. Make sure you begin drinking water about 2 hours before class and continue drinking during as well as post ride. A purified water cooler is available in the studio if you prefer to bring your own bottle or... score a free bottled water by checking in on facebook.
Proper alignment on the Spinning® bike is essential to protecting your knees, shoulders and back. For safety and effectiveness of the ride, it’s important that a trained staff member assist you in setting up your bike. WBX classes use weights on the bike and we'll be glad to grab those for you as well as provide complimentary towel service during and after your ride.