All the workouts you need, all in one place

Beat Based Cycling

CycleYOU Is a total body (arms/abs included) workout on a bike! CycleYOU is taught in the state’s largest cycling studio with dim light to give you the space and environment that you need to let go and ride strong. Learn more.


Kick, hit and rock out to the beat! Every song combination is a new journey to releasing stress, building strength and kicking ass! Learn more.

Strength & Sculpt FIT Method

Strengthen Experiences Fusion, tabata style, TRX & Barre. Experiences to crave! These classes will strengthen more than just your muscles! Learn more.

What's New at CycleYOU

October is Try something new at CycleYOU Month!!!

Every Thursday in October, we will host a Free Introductory class! This is for Newbies and for YOU! Haven’t tried Fit Fusion? Want to see what Barre is like? Now is your chance to do it for free!

This is great for CY newbies but also for you, our members! As long as you have never been to the listed class, you can take the Thursday Intro Classes for FREE. We really want you to try classes that you haven’t taken before!

Intro class dates:

October 4: CycleYOU 6:30pm & Barre 7pm

October 11: Fit Fusion Circuits 7pm

October 18: CycleYOU 6:30p & Fit Barre 6:30pm

October 25: CycleYOU 6:3pm & Fit Fusion 7pm

It’s fall, y’all!

Pumpkin spice lattes, bonfires, football games and CY schedule changes. What’s not to love about fall?

Starting the week of October 8th, we are going to switch up some times and add some new classes!! Stay tuned for specific changes. If you don’t see it listed it hasn’t changed!!


Box2Beat moves to 5:30

New Class FIT Fusion Core at 5:15

FIT Barre moves to 6:15


New class FIT Fusion Circuits at 6:30


Box2Beat moves to 5:30

FIT Fusion Core at 5:15

FIT Barre moves to 6:15


FIT Fusion Circuits at 6


FIT Fusion Circuits added at 5:45


FIT Fusion Circuits moves to 8:30am

Box2Beat moves to 9:45

TRX moves to 10:45

CyclePump moves to 11:30

Promotions & Challenges

,Stay tuned for some upcoming fun promos and challanges!

From our blog

Welcome to the new site!

on February 10, 2018

Welcome! As you may have noticed, CycleYOU© has a new and improved website. This site will be faster, mobile friendly, responsive, and more secure. In order to do this, the site had to be rebuilt from the ground up. Features HTTPS HTTPS ensures a secure connection between your browser and this server. This prevents unwanted eavesdropping and content injection. The Certificate Authority used on this site is Let’s Encrypt.

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What Is Barre? What To Know About Your New Favorite Fitness Class

on January 18, 2018

Chances are you’ve heard of barre classes. Between 2013 and 2015, barre grew by 141%, and nearly one third of the fitness industry is offering some sort of barre class in their group fitness scheduling. If you have been waiting to try this class out, but are unsure what to expect, check out this simple guide. Then all you need to do is show up. Barre derives from ballet. Barre takes ballet moves, and a bar of course, and combines them with yoga and pilates.

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Move Your Asana: The Many Benefits Of Yoga

on January 9, 2018

Whether you are a cycling class devotee or a TRX training maven, you might be looking to shake up your workout. For wellness enthusiasts of all types, yoga can be the missing ingredient to your fitness routine. Since 75% of yoga participants also partake in other forms of exercise, these unique fitness classes are a great addition to your workouts. If you need a little more convincing, this guide will teach you some of the many benefits of rolling out your mat.

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Sweat It Out: How Exercise Helps Stress Relief

on December 19, 2017

There is nothing quite like an afternoon workout to de-stress after a long day. Sweating it out at CycleYOU might be your therapy of choice, but you should know the calming power of exercise is far from theoretical. Years of research have found that sweating it out has a true psychological impact on you — changing your brain chemistry for the better. “When stress affects the brain, with its many nerve connections, the rest of the body feels the impact as well,” according to the Anxiety And Depression Association of America.

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