Come Fly(wheel) with us, May 19th

First come, first spin! Reserve your bike now for a free Spin class at NYC's newest, most athletic, most inspiring spinning studio--Flywheel Sports. Alexia and Melisse with be pedaling (and shvitzing) right alongside you.

First come, first spin! Reserve your bike now for a free Spin class at NYC’s newest, most athletic, most inspiring Spin studio–Flywheel Sports.  Melisse and Alexia will be pedaling (and shvitzing) right alongside you. Flywheel bandanas to mop your brow provided (and yours to keep since no one else will want it afterward.)

To celebrate launch of Well+Good and the opening of Flywheel, this  $30 class is FREE for Well+Good readers. All you have to do is e-mail us at [email protected] to reserve your bike. There are only 40 bikes so don’t wait.

When: May 19th at 7:30 P.M. Arrive a few minutes early to get fitted for spinning shoes and to get set up on your bike.

Where: Flywheel Sports, 39 West 21st Street, 212-242-9433,

Class: 45 minutes of all-out cardio. Avid spinners will love the tricked out bikes that display torque, rpms, and total power exerted, while newbies will love the personal attention and reliably amazing playlists.

Afterwards: Stick around for organic smoothies and fruit platters and meet Ruth Zukerman, Flywheel’s founder.

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