First ride at the house


1. Dress For Sweat

No shoes, no problem! We rent spin shoes for $2. Avoid long, loose pants as they can get caught while spinning. We recommend leggings. Remember to bring socks! If you forget, we have Cycle House socks for sale.


2.  Fuel Up

Make sure you come to class hydrated! You can also purchase a bottle of water or bring a re-usable water bottle and fill up from our filtered water system. Grab a complimentary banana or apple — potassium helps prevent muscle cramping!


3.  On Time & Ready

Arrive at least 15 minutes early for your first class so that we can show you around the studio, make sure you’re ready, and help you set up your bike. New Riders will not be admitted into class once it has begun. We release bikes 5 minutes before class if you have not checked in yet.


4.  Brush Up On Basics

It can be intimidating to try a new workout, but don’t worry, we have really informative blog posts you can check out before you come for your first class.

Click here to go to our blog.


Whether you are riding with friends for fun, making a fitness resolution or training to be a better athlete – know you’re contributing to a great cause. Our Take 1, Give 2 program is dedicated to providing meals to underserved communities all over America. For every class a rider takes, we donate two meals to a person in need. Over the past four years, Cycle House has donated over 550,000 meals across America!

Our Story


In 2011, Cycle House launched in West Hollywood with the goal of creating a fitness experience unlike any other.

After hitting it off with L.A’s most coveted spin instructor, Nichelle Hines, Cycle House opened its first location on Melrose Avenue. Since then, Cycle House has expanded to three locations throughout greater Los Angeles. Today, Lara and Adam Gillman (pictured left) manage the board of Cycle House and continue to execute their vision towards being the best fitness experience on the planet.



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