45 minutes of full-body workout on a bike. Ride to high energy and sick beats to strengthen your mind and body. Allow yourself to be lost in the music, the movements and the energy of the room. Come RIDE the high.Book a Session
"Strength is what we gain from the madness we survive."
"Though she be but little, she is fierce."
"The cure for anything is salt water - sweat, tears or the sea.'"
"You must do the things you think you cannot do."
"You are you, but we are better together."
Ride is our indoor cycling class. Set to choreographed routines and curated playlists unique to each individual instructor, get ready to push yourself beyond your limits as you ride in sync with the music, and with one another.
For First Timers
Drink, drink, drink! The key to a healthy body is staying hydrated. So be sure to have water before, during, and after your class. Trust us, you'll need it.
Be sure to eat a little something before you exercise. We recommend eating a light snack 30 minutes before you come for your class.
WHAT TO WEAR
If you're never attended a class at Ground Zero, we suggest you get comfortable. We suggest form-fitting shorts or tights for bottoms, and it's always best to wear something you can move in and sweat in!
Nothing is worse than a last minute set-up! Do yourself a favor and come to the studio at least 20 minutes before class starts. Be sure to let the front desk know you're new and we'll take it from there.
SIGN IN SHEET
Make sure you claim your bike! If you signed up in advance, your name will be listed on the sign-in sheet at the front desk.
Note: If you're not signed in at least 4 minutes before your class, your spot may be released.
We provide cleated shoes free of charge for our Ride classes. Clipping in provides a more stable, safer ride and lets you more effectively work your muscle groups. We use SPD cleats, so feel free to bring your own shoes if they're compatible.
We have water available for sale in our studio just in case your forget to bring your own.
If you're new to our classes, please arrive early and ask the front desk or the instructor for assistance. This is important so we can get you set up correctly on the bike.