What are the Benefits of Indoor Cycling?

According to the U.S. Department of Health ".....regular physical activity substantially reduces the risk of coronary disease, stroke, colon cancer, diabetes and high blood pressure.....and helps to control weight, contributes to healthy bones, muscles and joints... reduces symptoms of anxiety and depression..." Need we go on? Cycling is also "low-impact" without the joint stress that you get from "ground-pounding" sports and activities. All good reasons to strap-in/clip-on and RYDE!



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Polar Heart Rate Monitor Watches on Sale for $75

Recently we profiled RydeOn! superstar Martha Bianchi, who at fifty-four has “retired” more than thirty pounds through our indoor cycling classes.


Getting – and Staying – Fit After Fifty

MarthaBMartha Bianchi is a Health and Fitness Superstar!

It can be hard to focus on health, fitness and maintaining a healthy weight while raising a family and pursuing a career. Then, when we hit a “certain age,” it can be even more challenging to take the weight off.


Exercise and Our Mental Health


-Dawn Wolfe

Are you finding yourself battling a case of the late-winter blues? Do you sometimes feel as though, if you're on the receiving end one more text/email/phone call or “Mom, I want...,” that your last nerve will give up and go on strike?


Meet Melissa Miller

Melisssa-Miller-photoCertifications: Mad Dogg Spinning, Keiser M3

A high school and college volleyball athlete, Melissa started training with RydeOn! in December 2011 to get back in shape after being away from her sport for several years to prepare for The Big House 10K run. After falling in love with indoor cycling, Melissa started out team teaching in November 2012


Need Some Instant Gratification? Workout Today!

motivator-Dawn Wolfe

It’s hard to fit long-term goals into a daily and weekly routine. Between work, keeping up a home and family commitments, many of us feel as though we're treading water just keeping up  with our immediate priorities!


Why Muscle Matters

-Dawn Wolfe

All of us have a basic idea of what muscle is – that's where we feel the burn during indoor cycling classes and other workouts! We know our muscles lift the groceries, get us up the stairs, and make it possible for us to breathe among many, many other things.


Indoor Cycling Sweating for a Cause: 2nd Annual PEAC Event Nets Over $7 Thousand for Ann Arbor-Area Cyclists with Disabilities!

– Brigid Lossing and Christina Turner

More than 100 Ryders pedaled, our instructors led the charge, and our greater community (including local businesses) responded enthusiastically. The result? On Saturday, Feb. 9, we came together to raise a total of $7,200 for cyclists with disabilities.


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