A New York City cycling studio has taken its bikes outside so you can work out in the fresh air and stay safe
- New York City's first outdoor
cyclingstudio is opening on August 5.
Cycleis launching BYKlyn Yard, with 18 bikes all at least six feet apart.
- Other coronavirus precautions include masks,
healthwaivers, and regular sanitization.
- Riders will have to bring their own shoes, water, and towels to limit contact.
New York City's first outdoor cycling studio is about to open.
BYKlyn Cycle, which opened in 2014, is taking
It's hoped the new outdoor studio will appeal to those who like
There'll be shades to keep riders cool, an astroturf floor, and markings on the ground to ensure social distancing.All 18 bikes will be at least six feet apart, both riders and staff will wear masks, guests will have to sign health waivers, and equipment will be sanitized every hour.
Each workout class will be 45 minutes long, consisting of battle hills, flats, sprints, and intervals.What's more, noise disturbance will be kept to a minimum by playing music through headphones silent disco-style, with a Sound Off wireless music system. No towels, water, or shoes will be provided in a bid to limit touch points and keep costs down.Advertisement
"After so much online fitness, the BYKlyn Yard will be a safe space to get out of the house, reconnect with friends, and get your sweat on!"Each class at BYKlyn costs $30 as a one-off, or you can buy 10 for $275, with 10% going to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.Advertisement
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Peloton's Digital Membership offers much more than just on-demand cycling classes — and you don't even need the bike to access them
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