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Spinning Classes in Northern VA

kmehrzad2010-05-02 10:57:36 +0000 #1
Does anyone know if there are spinning classes available in Northern VA (Reston/Sterling/Ashburn) independent of a gym membership? I'd like to keep spinning throughout the winter in a class setting (not on a trainer) and would prefer not to have to join a gym, if possible.
tulip2010-05-02 11:07:51 +0000 #2
I took spinning classes at the Audrey Moore rec center in Fairfax County. I did not have to join. I think it was something like $3 each class. They had a few really good spin teachers, but my favorite one moved away.
kmehrzad2010-05-02 11:10:06 +0000 #3
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Originally Posted by tulip

I took spinning classes at the Audrey Moore rec center in Fairfax County. I did not have to join. I think it was something like $3 each class. They had a few really good spin teachers, but my favorite one moved away.

Thanks, Tulip, for the tip. I'll check Audrey Moore Rec Center's site to see if it's available. I'm in Sterling and I think Audrey Moore is in Annandale, but it'd be doable on weekends.
Catriona2010-05-02 11:55:06 +0000 #4
I googled this and saw winter training/computrainer classes at spokes etc:

www.bikereg.com/even...ter.asp?eventid=9508

I can't tell if that's $140 per class or $140 for 7 classes.

and I'm kinda assuming wintertraining/computer trainer = spinning, but I could be wrong
Catriona2010-05-02 11:50:20 +0000 #5
kmehrzad2010-05-02 12:01:12 +0000 #6
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Originally Posted by Catriona

www.trifuel.com/news...le-and-eastside-area

Hey, thanks for looking into my inquiry about spinning classes. I think, though, $140 for 7 classes is a lot of $$. I'd hope to take a class at least twice, if not three times a week. I think a gym membership would be more practical in my case. The Audrey Moore Rec Center is a good deal for Fairfax County Residents. But it's a little distance from me to take a class on a weekday, factoring in traffic, drive time, etc. Weekends at Audrey Moore would be more likely.

Thanks for your efforts, though.
Possegal2010-05-02 13:54:31 +0000 #7
I spin at fitness first which costs me $29/month. So yeah, I think a membership like that would be a cheaper way to go. I know they are in Virginia too but I've never been to one in VA so can't help there. I can alwatys find 2-3 classes a week that I like the teacher and structure of the class.

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