To make everyone's Cycle614 experience enjoyable, please mind your P's and Q's.
If you are on time, you are late. Please be considerate in your arrival time for class. Our classes can get very full and often have a waitlist. If you sign up, then please show up. If you cannot make it to class, please call, email, or release your spot online to allow other riders to enjoy the class. Please be aware of our 2-hour cancellation policy and show up for class 10 minutes early.
You will want to have a water bottle, trust us, you'll need it. If you forget yours, we have reusable bottles for purchase and bottled water for sale in our 614Gear shop. Just don't forget to recycle!
Cell phones are not allowed in the 614 Bike Room. We understand you're popular, but out of respect for you instructors and fellow riders let it go to voicemail. We even supply you a place to charge your phones. If you are a medical provider or have a sick child please you can leave your phone with our desk staff and they will come get you in case of an emergency.
To keep the energy up in the room, we try to ride as one. This will not only keep you challenged but by sticking with your instructor's direction, you will reduce the risk of injury. Stay with them, they do know best. If you plan to do your own thing, please reserve a set in the back row.
There is just no way to sugar coat it... Please wear your deodorant..we are all working very hard and sweating like crazy. Please be sure to be mindful of your funk. if you forget, we have a whole supply of personal hygiene product in the bathrooms.
We have an awesome staff so please treat them with respect and kindness. We take pride in our fitness community so please help us in welcoming, supporting, and encouraging all of our riders. There's a lot of nice people around.
We value our bikes and keep them in excellent condition with regular maintenance; after all, what is a cycling studio without immaculate bikes? We do our part, please do yours and wipe down the bikes at the end of your ride, and in between if you're doubling. If you're the last class of the night, we "tuck in" our bikes by removing the handlebars and lifting the seats up to their maximum height.