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7 best spin and indoor cycling studios in Hong Kong

By Jianne Soriano 11 October 2022 | Last Updated 15 January 2024

Header image courtesy of Renation

Originally published by Jianne Soriano. Last updated by Lily Valette.

Looking to get or stay fit? Spinning or indoor cycling is one of the hottest workouts to try. If you’re not very active but still want to burn some calories and get in shape, this is a great option! Spinning also helps to relieve stress and improve cardiovascular fitness, among many other health benefits. The weather in Hong Kong remains hot and humid for most of the year, so if riding a bicycle outdoors is not up your alley, this is the next best thing. Below, we list the best spin and indoor cycling studios in Hong Kong for your next workout.

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XYZ Studio

Since 2013, XYZ has been a place where fitness and wellness enthusiasts come together to strengthen cardio health, release stress, and be part of a close-knit community. Its outpost in Central is the nerve centre of the boutique cycling studio, which also offers yoga, boot camp, dance, and many other classes.

In its three rooms—Mycelium, Cocoon, and Cave—expect meticulously crafted classes that explore the connection between physical, emotional, and spiritual levels. The signature “XYZ Speed,” “XYZ Strength,” and “Warrior” spin classes take place in the Cave room. Each 50- to 65-minute challenge has an experienced instructor who helps you to get through the cardio-intensive, calorie-burning, and full-body conditioning workout. Multiple spin classes are offered per day.

XYZ Studio, 12/F, China Building, 29 Queen’s Road Central, Central | (+852) 2865 0999

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Renation is the brainchild of Wil Fang, the man behind trendsetting brands such as Cookie DPT and Carbon. He joined hands with three leading figures in the local fitness industry—Jess Shih, Soojin Leu, and Dan Yeung—to bring Renation to life.

The lifestyle fitness studio has a space dedicated to indoor cycling called “Recycle.” Industry veterans Shih and Leu lead the charge, offering a high-intensity and music-driven cardio workout complete with an unrivalled ambience and top-notch audio and lighting equipment. The “Recycle” class is available daily with various time slots to suit your schedule!

Renation, 3/F, H Code, High Block, 45 Pottinger Street, Central

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Velocity Aquabike

Indoor cycling is intense enough, but can you imagine doing it partially submerged? At Velocity Studio, Asia’s first solo aquabike studio, you can do exactly that. The studio brings together state-of-the-art French and Japanese wellness technology for a unique experience.

A 30-minute Aquabike class combines jacuzzi technology and an underwater bicycle so you can experience a workout in a weightless environment. In addition to burning calories, it’s also a type of hydrotherapy treatment to help reduce cellulite! Other features include ozone-infused water to detoxify your skin and soothing chromotherapy to calm your mind.

Velocity Aquabike Studio, 14/F, Oliv, 15–21 Sharp Street East, Causeway Bay

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Pure Fitness

When it comes to fitness, Pure is the name on most people’s lips. The comprehensive fitness studio offers over 50 types of group classes weekly. You’ll be spoilt for choice with the cycling classes alone! The “Cycsync” class is a cycling experience driven by music and synchronised movement, while the “Cyclone” workout is focused on tracking your performance capabilities, as each bike is equipped with a data monitoring system to keep tabs on your power, heart rate, distance, calories, speed, and time. If these classes are not up your alley, have a go at “RPM” to develop your cardiovascular capacity. You can burn up to 900 calories in just 50 minutes!

Pure Fitness, locations across Hong Kong

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Empower Fitness Concepts

With a number of certified instructors to guide you, Empower Fitness Concepts ensures that you are in good hands. With all-around training for cardio, muscle strength, and endurance available, there are plenty of classes to choose from. You can’t go wrong with “Ride,” a 50-minute cycling class that aims to burn calories and build up your cardiovascular capacity. The Empower instructors will also occasionally tune up the goals and expectations to make sure that you get the full-intensity cardio experience, no matter your level.

Empower Fitness Concepts, 19/F, Li Dong Building, 9 Li Yuen Street East, Central

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Project S

Project S is a cosy fitness studio located in Sheung Wan. Believing in the power of group training, founder Sarah Wersborg has created a welcoming and comfortable space for busy people to work out together. Different from the usual dimmed spinning studios that resemble a nightclub more than they do a gym, the classroom at Project S is naturally lit with big windows. Don’t be fooled into believing that these good vibes mean the classes will be easy—the programme offers short but intense workouts. The cycling classes last from 30 to 50 minutes, and a bootcamp class combines strength and spinning for a rounded session.

Project S, 33/F–34/F, The Chelsea, 69 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan

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This women-only gym opened its doors in 2016 with one goal in mind: creating a space for women to pursue their fitness goals. Gyms and fitness studios have come a long way on the path to inclusivity, but it is still astounding to see how gendered certain types of exercises are perceived. Knowing this, the team at Pherform offers a varied group-class schedule for women to come lift weights and train together. Three times a week, the gym holds the “Spinher” indoor cycling class to train endurance.

Pherform, 5/F, LKF29 building, 29 Wyndham Street, Central

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Jianne Soriano

Senior editor

Jianne is introverted by nature but adventurous by heart. This Hong Kong-born-and-raised Filipino, who also spent time in Japan, prides herself on being a fangirl. On days when she’s not writing or travelling, you can find her visiting art exhibitions, looking for the best new places to eat in town, or simply trying to learn another language.