New Studio Bikes

What is the news?

We are excited to announce that NEW studio bikes are coming to Studio #3 JANUARY 21st!

What are the new bikes?

Stages SC3 Indoor Bike - The Ultimate Studio Bike

The Stages SC3 is what happens when passionate riders build indoor bikes. Ergonomically fit and engineered for simplicity and function, the SC3 seamlessly and wirelessly connects to your technology via Bluetooth® and ANT+™. The SC3 is the only indoor studio bike that comes standard with a Stages Power meter and self-generating EcoSCRN display.

Stages has taken the guesswork out of training, both on the road and in the studio. Many elite outdoor cycling teams and individuals choose Stages Power because when using the most accurate measure of performance, they can develop and adhere much more precisely to their fitness goals. Now you can benefit from the same precise data professionals use, and map your fitness strategies to more quickly reach your own goals.

What is the difference between the Le Mond bikes and the Stages bike?

The Stages bikes come with a Stages Power meter and self-generating EcoSCRN display. This display allows you to see live stats of watts, RPM, speed and distance during class. The EcoSCRN display also connects to your Bluetooth or ANT+ enabled sport devices.

When will the bikes arrive?

Studio #3 will experience the following schedule changes due to installation of the new bikes:

  • Saturday, January 19
    8:30am, R30 - CANCELLED
    9:00am, Group Ride - CANCELLED

Classes will resume on MONDAY, JANUARY 21 with the new Stages bikes.

What is the cycling studio schedule?

Check out our Winter Group Fitness Schedule HERE!

Will there be any changes to Group Ride or R30?

No, our Group Ride and R30 class formats will not change with the addition of the new bikes.

Is a Heart Rate Monitor required?

No, but you will be able to pair any heart rate monitor with Bluetooth 4.0 or ANT+ enabled sport devices if you want your heart rate to display on the console.

What kind of shoes are needed?

The bikes accommodate regular tennis shoes or indoor cycling shoe with SPD cleats.

How do I learn how to set up my bike and use the console?

Your instructor will guide you through this process before the start of each class and will also be available after class to answer questions.

You may also view a video tutorial here >>