Want to know where to go when it comes to cycling in New York City?
Luckily, there's no shortage of first-class cycling options to check out in and around New York City.
To find the top cycling studios in the area, Hoodline analyzed data from Yelp, Facebook and ClassPass to identify which studios are the most popular. Read on for the results.
(Bonus: You can try them all out if you're a member of ClassPass, a monthly fitness membership that provides access to thousands of different studios, gyms and wellness offerings.)
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2350 Seventh Ave., Harlem
Harlem Cycle is New York City's favorite cycling studio by the numbers, with 4.9 stars out of 6,203 reviews on ClassPass, five stars out of 81 reviews on Yelp and 2,101 fans on Facebook.
"The little things matter with Harlem Cycle," according to the business's ClassPass profile. "They pay attention to all the details with a focus on one thing: Providing the best classes possible. From their music to decor, Harlem Cycle's studio is filled with the rich culture characterized by the Harlem Renaissance."
Read reviews of the offerings at Harlem Cycle on ClassPass here.
Simply Fit Astoria
3720 Astoria Blvd. South, Astoria
Also among New York City's favorites is Simply Fit Astoria, with 4.7 stars out of 11,226 reviews on ClassPass, 4.5 stars out of 98 reviews on Yelp and 1,727 fans on Facebook.
"Offering the most unique and fun fitness classes in the industry, Simply Fit Astoria strives to give each person individualized attention and the best experience possible," explains the business's ClassPass profile. "We at Simply Fit Astoria are dedicated to making each class feel like a party while also passing along our knowledge of health and fitness."
See what people are saying about the offerings at Simply Fit Astoria on ClassPass here.
Manhattan Plaza Health Club
482 W. 43rd St., Hell's Kitchen
With 4.6 stars out of 495 reviews on ClassPass, 3.5 stars out of 166 reviews on Yelp and 5,874 fans on Facebook, Manhattan Plaza Health Club has garnered plenty of local fans.
"Manhattan Plaza Health Club (MPHC) climbing gym opened in 1992 as New York City’s first commercial climbing wall," according to the business's profile on ClassPass. "They continue to serve as Manhattan’s premier climbing destination with awesome staff, challenging routes and the best community around. Their famous rock climbing gym is more than a workout opportunity."
Learn more about the offerings at Manhattan Plaza Health Club on ClassPass here.
Limitless Fitness Studios
322 New Dorp Lane, New Dorp
With 4.8 stars out of 558 reviews on ClassPass, 4.5 stars out of 24 reviews on Yelp and 3,699 fans on Facebook, Limitless Fitness Studios holds its own among the competition. It's been open since 2012.
"Limitless Fitness Studios has been serving Staten Island since 2012," Limitless Fitness Studios writes on its Yelp page. "Our mission is to provide excellent work out classes in a warm, friendly environment where guests of all ages and fitness levels are welcome. With many years of success so far, we look forward to adding you to our long history of happy customers."
Learn more about the offerings at Limitless Fitness Studios on ClassPass here.
203 Berry St., Williamsburg
With 4.4 stars out of 15 reviews on ClassPass, 2.5 stars out of eight reviews on Yelp and 34 fans on Facebook, WillyB Fitness is another popular local pick.
"WillyB Fitness is the 'big box' gym reimagined," per the business's profile on ClassPass. "With one of the largest dedicated fitness spaces in Williamsburg, WillyB Fitness is the mecca for fitness lovers of all ages and abilities. State of the art equipment, endless weights and high-caliber group fitness classes."
Learn more about the classes at WillyB Fitness on ClassPass here.
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