Sports and fitness, Cycling Financial District
5 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
When SoulCycle founders Elizabeth Cutler and Julie Rice first conceived of their now-all-the-rage chainlet of indoor cycling studios, the goal was to create a workout that was equal parts high-intensity and hip. The new line of in-house performance wear, stocked at all three city locations, follows that same ethos, offering up funky retro striped tights ($70), sexy bralette tops ($42) and skull-print headbands ($11) designed to stand up to the notoriously sweat-inducing workout. Gym rats looking to fill out their exercise wardrobes should beeline to the Tribeca flagship, where its bright, airy retail area also features private-label goods from Nike (skinny Dri-Fit capris with hidden zip pockets, $55–$70) and Adidas (classic striped sneakers, $65), along with chic, loungey styles to wear after class—notably, SoulCycle’s motorcycle zip-up cotton jackets ($72). Pay homage to the peeps who made your bangin’ body possible by sporting E.Vil tunic tops ($121) decorated with the studio’s wheel-spoke logo in crystals.


Venue name: SoulCycle
Address: 103 Warren St
New York

Cross street: at West St
Opening hours: Mon, Wed 5:30am–9:30pm; Tue, Thu 5:30am–9pm; Fri 5:30am–8pm; Sat 7am–7pm; Sun 8am–7pm
Transport: Subway: 1, 2, 3 to Chambers St
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I'm that person who had a gym membership for years and used it like...twice a year. Ever since going to SoulCycle I have no trouble motivating to work out. The music gets you pumped, the instructors motivate you, and because you're in the dark (with candles!), it's a judgment-free zone. The best part is that it only takes 45 minutes—but you really work your ass off in that 45 minutes. 


Yes, this place does feel sort of like a cult. Yes, it's crazy expensive. Yes, it is not for everyone. However, if you are a fitness enthusiast and that is an area where you spend a lot your money on (personally, half of my income goes into fitness classes and clothing) then you should give it a try because chances are you will love it.

Personally, I was never into working out until I tired SoulCycle and met one of the most inspiring instructors ever who ended up changing the way I see fitness and as a result my life - she no longer works at SC but is now my boxing instructor (check out Shadowbox in Flatiron for the best workout of your life, take Jaws' class and thank me later) and personifies the kind of teachers they have at Soul - they are hard working and will push you while also reminding you that you can do anything. I hate regular spinning, I find it super boring and count the seconds for class to be over, but not at Soul - it's a full body workout that feels like a party and also therapy. I find myself fist pumping classmates, screaming in euphoria mid class, not to mention that every single time I go i find new amazing songs to add to my spotify library.

They also happen to have the most amazing customer service, and the amenities are ridiculous - it feels like a Spa from the second you walk in. Checkout the NOHO and TriBeCa studios, take Charlee Atkin's class (if you can get a spot), and just see what the hype is about. 

Worst case scenario? Not for you, you'll still get a kickass workout. Best case scenario? dude give it a try, it might just change your life, no joke :)