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Frequently Asked Questions


Where is the studio?


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Wimbledon Racquets & Fitness Club
Cranbrook Road
SW19 4HD


We are located 7 mins from Wimbledon Town Centre and Raynes Park just off Worple Road. There is a well-lit footpath connecting us to the train/tube station at Wimbledon Station /Town (approx 7 mins walk).


We are also on the bus routes on Worple road.

Nearest Tube Station: Wimbledon Train and Tube Station

Is there parking at the studio?

Unfortunately Pedal Studio clients are not able to use the car park at the club as it is fully utilised.

There is on-street metered parking in Cranbrook Road as well as Elm Grove and the surrounding area (eg across the railway track in Merton Hall Road). There is also a multi-storey car park an approx. 5 min walk away together with a number of car parks around the town center (see links below). Additionally, you can park on yellow bands from 18:30.

Link to street parking
Link to car parks  


How do I access the studio?

Speak to reception at the Wimbledon Racquets & Fitness Club and they will let you through the turnstiles. Follow the signs to find us on the second floor. Please aim to arrive at least 10 minutes before the class so that our instructors can get you signed in and prepared for the class.


Are there showers at the studio?

There are male and female changing rooms with showers on the ground floor of the Wimbledon Racquets & Fitness Club.


How many people are there per class?


There are a maximum of 10 attendees per spin class.


What do I do if it's my first time to the studio?

Aim to arrive at the studio at least 10 minutes before the start of the  class. Let the instructor know your name and they will ensure you are properly briefed and set up on your bike.

What should i bring to a Spinning® class?


  • Ideally, cycling shoes with mountain bike Shimano SPD cleats but if not, flat bottomed cross trainer shoes

  • A water bottle, preferably filled – we have water on tap but you will need a bottle to fill

  • If you have your own Heart Rate Monitor (HRM) bring it along and, if it’s ANT+ enabled we can link it with our Heart Rate system. 

  • If you want to bring your own sweat towel please do. We do have some for sale if you forget.


What can I expect in a Spin® class?


  • The instructors’ first priority is your safely so he/she will ensure that you are correctly set up on a bike taking account of any medical conditions/ailments you may have

  • Due to COVID we are no longer loaning heart rate monitors, we do sell them or rent them a month at a time. Please ask the instructor if you are interested. 

  • Each class has a stated objective based on Heart Rate Zones so the instructor will provide guidance in such regard through advice on resistance, cadence, hand and body positioning. Two important things to note:

  • It is your class and your ride – we do not know what you did yesterday or what you plan for tomorrow so if you do not choose to follow the instructor’s guidance (and do not disturb others) that is absolutely fine

  • We do not advocate doing anything on an indoor bike that you would not do on an outdoor bike. If you want an all body workout train the legs on a bike, strengthen the upper body whilst on terra firma!  See here for a further explanation for movements/hand positions etc:

  • Unless otherwise stated classes are 45 minute with typically 40 minutes of work and 5 minutes cool down/stretching.

What class should I book if I have never been spinning before?


You can do any class you want and during that class you can do as much or as little as you want. However, the best class for someone new to Spinning® is our Endurance class which provides a gentler introduction to the bikes and movements than some of our other classes.


Full descriptions of the various classes can be found here.


I have an injury – or am recovering from one – can I still do a class?


Actually because Spinning® is low impact a lot of medical practioners recommend it from a rehabilitation perspective. It is best however if you let an instructor know of any injury/medical impediment before the class starts as they will be able to provide advice on bike set up and how to tackle the session.


I am under 18. Can I do a spin class?


​Yes though you will need to be at least 14 years old and 4’11” in height. As you are under 18 we will also need a parental consent form completed – please contact to be sent one or they can be completed at the studi

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