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SoulCycle Buckhead Atlanta

The cult appeal of SoulCycle

After the local fitness community pretty much begged them to, SoulCycle finally set up a permanent location in Atlanta. So why are people crying during their cycling classes?

At Morningside Elementary, the triathlon team is the next big hit

Aly Nussear, a Morningside physical education teacher, started the triathlon team last year and by spring had 57 kids competing in the swim, bike, run competition.
Atlanta Falcons build-a-bike

Atlanta Falcons host a bicycle build day at the East Lake YMCA

On Monday, Atlanta Falcons General Manager Thomas Dimitroff shared his passion for bicycling with 25 kids and teenagers, giving them an opportunity to start their own cycling hobby.
Atlanta Moon Ride

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: June 7-13

Cycle under the stars, jam at Oakland Cemetery, and take in some free family fun.
Silver Comet Trail

Bike all the way to ’Bama—or just a mile—on the Silver Comet Trail

This paved former railway cuts a 61.5-mile path from Smyrna to Alabama, passing junk-filled backyards and bucolic pine groves.
SoulCyclexTarget

Spin City: Indoor cycling has taken over Atlanta

Boutique cycling studios have been rolling into town like mad. Here’s an overview of the local clip-in craze.
Bicycling with kids Atlanta BeltLine

The virtues of urban cycling (with your kids)

When Lola was just a chubby nugget of a girl with a headful of peach fuzz, my mom bought me a strange, neon-green contraption that changed our lives: a handlebar-mounted bicycle seat for kids, replete with a seatbelt, faux steering wheel with a smiley face, and a helmet with rubber kitten ears.
Target x SoulCycle

SoulCycle x Target offers free indoor cycling classes in Atlanta

The name "SoulCycle" is often spoken in hushed tones, with a reverence more often reserved for the capsule collections at Target. So it makes sense that the indoor-cycling studio with a cult-like following would pair up with the fast-fashion-plus-groceries and-bathmats mecca for pop-up classes in 10 cities.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Cycling Instructor: Keith Thompson

Thompson’s unusual approach breaks all the rules of spinning, which is why videos of his dance party–style classes have gone viral among indoor cycling devotees.

Can Atlanta, a city built for cars, make room for bikes?

I’ve been riding to and from work several days per week since May. Everything they tell you about the benefits of cycle commuting is true: I’ve lost eleven pounds, my back and neck are no longer stiff at the end of the workday, my posture has improved, my resting heart rate has dropped, and I’m saving gas money. Oh, and chicks dig it. And by chicks, I mean my four- and one-year-old daughters, who cheer when they see me on a bike.

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