Funktionelles Gruppen Training & Bootcamp in Berlin, München und Köln Welcome to the small ride room of our Double-Ride Studio in Berlin. This studio has two RIDE rooms - if Cycle Studio Schönhauser (small) is booked out, please check our app for Cycle Studio Schönhauser (big), potentially you will find some free spots there. The studio is located in the heart of Prenzlauer Berg, just 2 minutes walking distance from the S-Bahn station Schönhauser Allee. You find the studio directly on the corner of Schönhauser Allee and Gleimstraße. We focus on performance - no dancing or push-ups on the bike, get ready for some real hills & sprints! This studio provides headphones instead of our traditional sound systems, which we've successfully tested in Munich, Cologne, and Düsseldorf. Customers enjoy the option to choose their favorite volume level and say it helps them to get into the flow. The Ride Room & our equipment with state-of-the-art technology is ready for you! Our coaches are as-well! Be prepared for the race!
Die Öffnungszeiten richten sich nach den Kurszeiten. Bitte erscheine mind. 15 Minuten vor Kursbeginn
M-Mitglieder können 4x pro Monat an den Kursen von BEAT81 - Cycle Studio Schönhauser (small) teilnehmen L-Mitglieder können 8x pro Monat an den Kursen von BEAT81 - Cycle Studio Schönhauser (small) teilnehmen XL-Mitglieder können 8x pro Monat an den Kursen von BEAT81 - Cycle Studio Schönhauser (small) teilnehmen
Cycling shoes and towels are as usual available for you :) IMPORTANT: BE ON TIME The door of the Ride room closes 5 min before the class starts. We hate to do this, but we can't make any exceptions to make sure the class starts on time IMPORTANT: YOUR FIRST RIDE AT BEAT81, Please be at the gym minimum 15 min. before the workout starts to get our on-boarding to explain our safety rules and to set up your bike. If you are late, we cannot guarantee you an on-boarding and without it, it is impossible to participate. So please make sure to be on time! IMPORTANT: Photosensitivity Warning During our classes, we use flashes of light that could trigger seizures for people with visual sensitivities.