Strokin’ Pedals is an immersive live spin class that uses the stationary bike or standard bicycle you already have. No need to pay any gym fees or buy an expensive spin bike that has a monthly membership fee attached to it. 

Our goal is to create a fun and free class that gives you a real work out. This is NOT dancing on a bike like some of the trendy fitness clubs. Our classes will work on fitness goals to help you get leaner and build power in your cycling. 

What you Need To Participate

  • Stationary Bike (or Your own Bicycle)
  • Bike Trainer
  • 32 oz Water Bottle 
  • Sweat Towel
  • Heart Rate Monitor & Watch*
  • Cadence Sensor*
  • Streaming Device* (computer, phone, television)

*optional Items

Live Class Schedule

Every WEDNESDAY Eastern Standard Time (EST-4)

6:00 AM

7:00 AM

6:30 PM

7:30 PM

Be sure to subscribe to our email list for notification on the latest news or any changes to our class schedule. 

Register For Class

Drop your info below to let us know if you want to join in on the fun. Don’t worry, we won’t spam you here. The only notifications you will receive will be relevant to the class time you choose. 

    Getting Prepared For Class

    The videos below should serve as a quick pre-cursor to joining the class. They walk you through proper bike setup in an effort to minimize injury and increase you ability to get the best work out possible. 

    1. Setting Your Seat Height

    It is absolutely vital that you get your seat into the right ball park for where it should be. The reason for this is to prevent potential knee injuries you can incur from cycling. 

    A seat that is too low will cause additional strain in your knee cap area and is caused by the torque you generate to push down on the peddles. A seat that is too high causes strain on your hamstrings and can become painful at the bottom of your pedal stroke. 

    In this video we show you the steps to achieving the correct seat height no matter what type of bike you are on. 

    2. Horizontal Seat Positioning

    Much like seat height, the forward and aft position of your seat has an effect the stress you put on your hips, knees, and ankles. 

    To adjust your forward/aft position you want to spin the cranks until they are parallel with the ground (3 & 9 o’clock). While seated on the bike, you want the front of your knee to be directly above the ball of your foot.

    Making sure this is adjusted correctly ensures that your legs “load” properly while you give maximum effort. 

    3. Reach & Handle Bar Positions

    The key here is finding good form. We want to ensure we aren’t balled up on the bike and have all the room you need to move to different positions and go easy on your back muscles. 

    In this video we talk about finding the right physical position of handle bars on the bike and the different hand positions we will use during the class. 

    4. How to Setup Your Streaming

    What the heck good is a live class if you can’t join it? In this video we’ll go through the different streaming options you have available so that when the time comes, all you have to do is jump on the bike and stroke those pedals!