HOW IS METHODRIDE DIFFERENT?
You will notice a boutique and inviting atmosphere when you walk through the door. All MethodRide classes are a complete body workout that focus on form and control (which means every single muscle in your body will be working while you’re on the bike), and focuses on mental motivation (which means something different to everyone - could be physical barriers, mental barriers, spiritual enlightenment, crying, laughing, etc...) We ride to the rhythm of the music, ride in candlelight and we ride together!
DO YOU HAVE CHILDCARE?
YES! We have experienced daycare providers for as young as 6 weeks old. Check out our Childcare Page!
I’M HESITANT BECAUSE I’M “OUT OF SHAPE” OR “I HAVEN’T WORKED OUT IN FOREVER”…
MethodRide classes are designed for EVERYONE. We know it is intimidating if you are just starting to move your body so we want you to feel as comfortable as possible, you’ve just got to get through the door and we will handle the rest! You are completely in control of your bike, its resistance and yourself the whole class. And once the class starts, its dark!
CAN I RIDE IF I’M PREGNANT?
Yes you can. As with any exercise you do while pregnant, please check with your doctor before beginning.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR TO CLASS?
We suggest leggings or shorts for the bottom, and tank tops and t-shirts for the top.
WHAT ABOUT THESE CYCLE SHOES I’M HEARING ABOUT?
We provide them to you at no cost! If you have your own, our double-sided pedals take Look Delta and SPD cleats. We also sell them.
HOW DO I SIGN UP FOR CLASS?
First sign-in to your account, find the class you want through the schedule, click on any open bike that you want and you’re done! That is now your bike. (link to sign-up page) Please note that you have to have a purchased class in your account to book a bike.
HOW DO I SIGN UP FOR CHILDCARE?
First sign-in to your account, find the Childcare time you want through the schedule, click ok. Your child is now booked! Book your 2nd or more by reserving for guest. Check out the Blog post on how to book for Childcare.
DO I NEED TO CREATE AN ACCOUNT?
Yes you do. By doing this we know who you are and you can book the exact bike you want to ride and it’s yours and yours alone! You can create an account online or you can call the studio for assistance.
DO YOU HAVE DISCOUNTS?
Our classes become less expensive when you purchase in packages. We also offer monthly-unlimited options. Students, Teachers and Military get 10% off at the front desk with proper ID.
HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO RIDE?
You can start riding at 12 years old. You have to be 4’11” to fit on the bike. Anyone between 12-17 needs to have a guardian sign a wavier.
DO I HAVE TO BE A MEMBER?
No, we do not have memberships. This way you aren’t paying for something you don’t end up using. We do have a monthly-unlimited option. Book Your Bikes!
WHAT DO I DO WHEN I ARRIVE?
First thing you do is check in at the front desk! From there we will personally escort you throughout the studio and go through how things work.
WHAT HAPPENS IF THERE IS AN EMERGENCY IN STUDIO?
Every member on the MethodRide team is professionally trained to protect every rider’s safety at all times. Should something happen, they are also trained to handle emergencies.
DO YOU HAVE LOCKERS?
Yes! We have lockers with keyless locks, so no need to bring your own.
DO YOU HAVE SHOWERS?
Yes! We have beautiful and clean showers for both men and women. They are fully stocked with professional spa products, a beauty bar, hair dryers, and of course towels.
DO YOU HAVE WATER?
Yes! We have reusable, bpa free water bottles and provide filtered water at the studio so you can fill up over and over again! We also sell cold SmartWater, sparkling water and coconut water.
HOW DO I SIGN MY FRIEND UP?
Just bring em in with you! Your friends can make themselves an account online or they can call the studio and we can assist them in creating an account. You are welcome to reserve a bike for your friend by reserving for guest directly after you book yourself a bike. They will need to sign a new rider waiver when they come to their first class.