We are closely monitoring COVID-19 and plan on remaining open regular hours this coming week. We are passionate about continuing to provide a service that is so important for the mental and physical well being of our community.
If your bicycle needs serviced you’re welcome to drop it off anytime (9 am - 7 pm) or please contact us for pick-up or delivery options. Our website is updated with our current stock as well as all available bicycles if you’re bored and want to do a little internet shopping. 😉
Please help us continue to help you downstairs by:
- limiting classes to 10
- wash your hands, like a lot
- disinfect EQ when you’re finished
- if you feel sick please stay home
- we will continue to post at-home workout options
We love our community and we promise we will get through this with better days ahead.
We're excited to say that our weekly "slow roll" will be back for a second year!
This weekly ride is open to everyone. Bring the bike you have and roll with it, you don't need anything fancy! This ride is all about exploring and enjoying our own backyard here in Winfield. It's a great recovery ride, an awesome way to meet a few other like-minded people and to simply enjoy being outside.
New this year we'll be offering bike (and helmet) rentals! Go ahead and mark Thursday evenings off your calendar, you've got a long-standing date with your bicycle.
Have you seen the weather for this weekend? It's basically a spring preview out there, and not surprisingly, we couldn't be more excited! If there was any question whether you should schedule time to get outside take a moment to consider this.
Spending just 20 minutes outside makes you happier!
You don't even have to workout to experience the benefits of lower stress, blood pressure and heart rate associated with enjoying the outdoors. The medical community is even getting involved, some doctors are writing "nature prescriptions", advising patients to spend an hour each week outside. In Japan experts recommend people spend time walking outdoors. They even have a cute name for it, "forest bathing", or shinrin-yoku. This practice has been linked to lowering levels of the stress hormone cortisol.
Nature makes people feel more calm, something we could all use in our busy day-to-day lives! We're lucky to have a few local trails that are convenient and fun to explore. Click here to check out our favorites!