SpinCo Hosted Two Epic Bike Rides in Toronto to Celebrate Their 4th Anniversary

With tickets at $50 and over 200 riders combined, proceeds from the event will be donated to a global organization educating children facing adversity through sports.

SpinCo hosted two classes at REBEL yesterday evening in celebration of their champagne birthday.

With tickets at $50 and over 200 riders combined, proceeds from the event will be donated to Right To Play, a global organization educating children facing adversity through sports and helping them build essential life skills towards better futures.

SpinCo is Canada’s largest indoor spin studio, with 10 locations across Canada including studios in Montreal, Halifax, Kelowna, and Ottawa, and three in Toronto – downtown, uptown, and at Summerhill.

The Canadian full-body spinning class is “designed to strengthen the body, energize the mind and feed the soul.” This is done with constant peddling, pushups, and dips on the bike, with a few minutes of intense dumbbell exercise during every class.

The classes are created with intention of movement being in unison, with curated, upbeat music in a nearly dark room with controlled lights and a disco ball.

I like to compare SpinCo classes to being like one giant workout party in a club. This time, they really brought that to life by hosting it at REBEl, Toronto’s latest, and largest, nightclub venue on Polson Street.

The music was mixed by special guests and DJ duo, Loud Luxury. Classes were taught by Hayley Steinberg and Rebecca Moskob for the 6:30 pm class and Michelle August and Adam Bateman for the 7:30 pm class.

What made the event that much more special was the attendance of an instructor from every SpinCo location across Canada and spinning together at the event.

Every attendee received a complimentary goodie bag with healthy post-workout snacks and skincare products. In the bottle holder of each bike was a complimentary Flow water as well. The class ended with a burst of confetti and a ton of positive spirits.

One SpinCo class costs $25 with discounted packages like their 5 class pass for $110 and an unlimited monthly pass for $250. The spinning shoes are included with any class card purchase.

We want to hear from you! Were you at the event? Have you tried out SpinCo? Let us know in the comments!

Featured image: Instagram/ @spincoottawa

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