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Flywheel Sports

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201 East 67th St., third fl., New York, NY 10065 40.766474 -73.962329
nr. Third Ave.  See Map | Subway Directions Hopstop Popup
212-327-1217 Send to Phone
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  • Type: Fitness/Yoga Studio
  • Services: Conditioning Class, Spinning
Photo by Carla Ray Thompson

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Official Website

flywheelsports.com

Hours

Mon-Fri, 6am-9:30pm; Sat-Sun, 7am-7:30pm

Nearby Subway Stops

6 at 68th St.-Hunter College

Payment Methods

American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Profile

Ruth Zukerman, one of the original founders of the other popular spinning studio in town, SoulCycle, branched off and founded Flywheel in Flatiron in the spring of 2010. Stadium seating, RPM-tracking bikes, and flat screens posting participants’ performances are what set this spinning studio apart from the others, creating a friendly-competition atmosphere during the vigorous 45-minute classes. Since its opening, the company has expanded substantially, opening Upper West Side and Sag Harbor outposts, acquiring spinning studio Ride the Zone, and adding a barre class to the roster. Called Flybarre, the one-hour class is akin to other Lotte Berk classes but on speed, quickly moving from free weight reps and abdominal sequences to thighs and squats on the barre, without a lot of transition time, making for a heart rate-raising experience.

Pros

RPM-tracking bikes and flat screens posting performances really push participants to do their best.

Cons
Although there is a weight sequence, spinning classes don’t incorporate arm and abdominal work as much as others.

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