Structure and content of the lessons

Our cycling workouts are available in variants of 20, 30, 45, 60, and 90 minutes. The classes are divided into various types of classes, categories, and intensity levels, so you can always find a class that suits you.

Types of Classes

Scenic Ride

Immerse yourself in beautiful landscapes and well-known cycling routes in Europe. In your workout, you will climb the Passo dello Stelvio or the Mont Ventoux, among other routes in both domestic and foreign locations.

Studio Ride

Each trainer has their own teaching style and choice of music. In the Studio Ride classes, you can choose the trainer and style that appeals to you the most. These classes are recorded in our own studio and range from Beat Ride to Signature Rides.

Bootcamp Ride

Combine Indoor Cycling with strength training during a Bootcamp Ride. You start the workout on the bike for a cardio session. Then, you work with the instructor to improve your strength. This is the ultimate total body workout!


  • HIIT - Short classes of 20 minutes with high intensity
  • Cardio Interval - Classes of 20, 30, 45, or 60 minutes
  • Endurance - Classes of 90 minutes

Class Intensity

The class intensity levels indicate the intensity of the entire class. Beginner is the least intense, advanced is the most intense.

Intensity per Music Track

The intensity of the exercises in a music track is indicated by power levels. For each track, you will see a power level on the screen indicating how intense that part of the class is. Power level 1 is the least intense, and power level 5 is the most intense.

Strength Workouts

During the short strength workouts, you work on your strength and stability. The workouts are divided into different categories such as Core, Booty, and Total Body. Additionally, there are workouts that require accessories, as well as workouts where you only use your body weight.

Yoga Classes

As a complement to the Indoor Cycling classes, you can also take Yoga sessions. These classes are available in both 20-minute and 50-minute durations. These classes are suitable for all levels, but there is also a beginner class available. In this class, the basic exercises are explained to you.

Types of Yoga Classes

After Workout Sessions

The 20-minute Yoga classes are ideal to follow after your cycling workout, when your body is warm and tense from your training. In 20 minutes, you ensure that your body relaxes and enters recovery mode.

Themed Classes

The 50-minute classes can be taken as standalone classes and are structured around various themes. There are classes specially designed for morning or evening, focusing on the back, neck, and shoulders, or emphasizing recovery. You can take these Yoga sessions on rest days or as a replacement for your strength training.

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