JCC’s Ride Louder Winter Training Program Launches with New Bikes for 2016

The Ride Louder program launched this year with new bikes. Photo by Tyler Ford
The Ride Louder program launched this year with new bikes. Photo by Tyler Ford

November 15, 2016 – Salt Lake City, Utah – The JCC’s Ride Louder winter cycling program, designed by legendary Utah cyclist Jeff Louder, is underway and runs through March 5, 2017. The program features the new Keiser M3i spin bikes which have power output in watts, Bluetooth wireless technology, the Eddy current magnetic resistance system, and adjustment options to fit any rider.

Ride Louder is designed for any level of fitness or expertise, and with the Keiser M3i’s Bluetooth capabilities, participants will be able to easily track their progress toward their goals

Before they begin the program, I test each rider and set training zones. Over the course of the winter,” says former pro cyclist and head coach Louder, “these zones will be used to follow specifically designed training blocks built to get the most out of each Ride Louder class.” Classes are available six days a week, allowing riders to train for races, stay in shape during the winter, or just reach the next level in riding with their friends.

More information, including registration, full schedule, and program overview, is available at slcjcc.org/louder.

The I.J. & Jeanne Wagner Jewish Community Center is located at 2 North Medical Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84113.

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