We know cycling is a great workout, but let’s be real—no one wants to go out and ride a bike in pouring rain, freezing weather, or on a scorching summer day. Rocking out to T. Swift and Tiesto in a darkened room with a motivating coach? Now that’s more our style. While indoor cycling has been around since the early 1990s, the fitness phenomenon is still going strong. Most gym chains now offer classes and thousands of boutique cycling studios are opening around the world. (You’ve probably heard it called “spinning,” but that term is actually trademarked by Mad Dogg Athletics to identify the company’s particular type instruction and bike models. Other classes are technically called “indoor cycling.”) To read more click here!