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How do I reserve a box or class at the studio?


* You should arrive at least 10 minutes before class to give yourself plenty of time to check-in, get ready and adjust your bike, put on your gloves or set up your mat for Barre.  


What type of gear do I need to participate?

Comfortable workout attire is all you need to get started.  Cycling-specific gear, however, can make a great class even better.
​We are a "Clip In" only studio and have Men & Women's cycling shoes available for rental and purchase, as well as top gear & apparel at our Studio's boutique.  


Our Barre classes can be used with grip socks for safety and sanitary purposes. We do have a rubber floor. Grip socks are available for purchase.


Shoes are required for our Boxing classes. 

What class should I try first? I’m new!


Most classes can be adapted to any fitness level, so feel free to get started with any class you choose, we are confident you’ll soon see why so many others have discovered the excitement of indoor cycling, barre, and boxing. Again, we recommend you arrive at least 10 minutes prior to the start of class if it is your first visit to us. 


No prior experience is required for our classes. If you prefer to participate in private sessions, please contact your local studio for pricing and information.


​​Do I need to bring my own towel?

Yes, barre boxers are more than welcome to bring their own if they like.


​I forgot my water bottle. Do you have water available?

Yes, we offer bottled water for purchase. It’s always a good idea drink plenty of water before, during, and after your workout.

​​Do you have showers and lockers?

Yes, four individual shower/bathrooms are available in the Elite Training Center. All studios offer FREE lockers.

​​Do you provide on site child care?

We do not offer child care at The Barre Box. 


​​What are the age, weight, and height requirements to participate in a class?

Boxers should be 14 or older or at least 4'11. Ryders between the ages of 14-17 must have a parent or guardian present during class. Any person under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian create a profile along with sign our release agreement on behalf of the minor. Our bikes have a max user weight of 300 lbs. 


​Can I rent the Studio for a group event?

We would gladly put together a special group event, fund raiser or party for clubs, groups, churches, businesses or organizations.
Email: for information.


​I still have questions about Barre, Boxing, Bench and & RealRyder bikes...

What is a RealRyder indoor cycling class?

Our Cycle classses combine high energy, motivating instructors and state-of-the-art equipment allowing you to experience the most dynamic indoor cycling classes around. They are the only stationary bikes in the world that allow riders to move in three planes of motion throughout the workout. As a result the workouts are more dynamic, intense and incorporate more muscle groups during use than a traditional indoor cycling bike. Classes are set to unique music mixes compiled to energize and sustain rides for the duration of the class.

Will indoor cycling help me lose weight?

Yes. Indoor cycling will help you shed pounds and lower your body fat if done regularly and in combination with a healthy diet. A ryder can burn up to 800 calories in a single class with the average being about 600 calories. It is a low impact fantastic cardio exercise which helps lead to a more energized and healthy life.

​Do I have to be in great shape or an experienced to get started?

No. Indoor cycling is adaptable to all fitness levels with each rider controlling the resistance and speed of the pedals on their respective bike. YOU are in charge of YOUR ride. You choose how hard to work on any given ride.  While our dedicated and driven instructors will endeavor to maximize everyone’s efforts, there are no limits or prerequisites.

​Will indoor cycling improve my running and/or outdoor riding?

Avid runners who have added indoor cycling to their cross-training routine, often report that indoor cycling “balances” out their leg muscles, putting emphasis on muscle groups not normally used during running. It is also a great way to avoid over-training and provides a “break” from the constant pounding that can take a toll on the feet and knees.  For outdoor riders, indoor cycling offers an opportunity to train in ways that are not possible out on the road.

​Is indoor cycling safe for people with knee or back problems?

We always recommend that you consult your physician before beginning a new exercise program, however, with proper setup cycling is considered a low-impact exercise, which is often recommended by physical therapists and chiropractors. In our own experience we have found that in most cases issues when individuals report that cycling hurts their knees and/or back, those issues are often easily resolved through proper adjustment and setup of the bike.

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