About this site…

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Welcome to FOR THE RIDE INSIDE!

This site is home to my collection of music playlists and other resources for anyone interested in Indoor Cycling / Spinning®.

To help you navigate the content here, just use the MENU link above.
Browse my music playlists, feedback, class schedules, articles and other related web resources. Many playlist blog posts include links to iTunes, Spotify® and featured videos on YouTube or Vimeo.

Thanks for looking…please comment, follow, share and return.
ENJOY THE RIDE!
Steve

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Find me on Spotify, Twitter, Instagram & other places on the web...or at my local YMCA in the Cycle Studio! Recently ICG® WATTRATE® POWER certified, I've been a certified Mad Dogg Athletics Spinning Instructor since October 2012. I have taught classes at Davenport University, The University Club, SNAP Fitness (Watermark CC), Grand Rapids Parks & Recreation Dept., and Greater Grand Rapids YMCAs. Be Well... Enjoy the Ride! 🚴🏻🎶😅

27 thoughts on “About this site…

  1. Steve, I am new to this way of doing things. I downloaded Spotify Premium. Now what? Can I download and keep the spin playlists?

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  2. I Love the idea of the “LIVE” music playlists !! I have been following and checking your playlists for a while ~ Just now getting around to signing in and updating some stuff. I am spin instructor as well ~ Thanks for sharing !
    Trying to find time to make a Spin/blog myself, ~ Jillyz

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  3. I love “HAPPY 094”. Quite a few songs that I have never heard and going to download and use for tomorrow’s class. Thanks for sharing your playlists.

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  4. Steve, just found your site through Chris Spins, excited to find more play list and input. Going to use your play list “How Come Your Not Here” in my class tonight 🙂

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    • Thank you…have a great class! ENJOY THE RIDE.
      Chris is a great resource, has a good ear for music and great ride profiles.
      Visit again soon…though I won’t have any updated post for a few weeks yet.

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  5. New to spinning. Can you please explain what you mean by the following notation:
    Seated Flat with Sprints on a Hill (15/15/30′s). I don’t understand the 15/15/30’s. Thanks for your help – great play lists!

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  6. Hi Steve: Do you remember me? Ah, how could you forget me. LOL I saw you on Tamera’s Facebook and came to check out your blog. It looks great. I used to Spin …. not so much any more. Anyway, it is wonderful seeing you. I hope all is well with you. Pat

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  7. Steve, i’m yours biggest fan…congratulations for the quality of yours soundtracks!!!
    Nice musics…completely out of the commom sense, wich I appreciate the most!!! Regards from Brazil!!! 🙂

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  8. Hi Steve, loving your playlists, last week I used Fire n Gold and I would like to use the Valentines profile in tomorrows class. My question is – what is 3 pairs, 1 triple and 1 quad? – this is for standing hill with seated pick ups. I have never heard of it before and tried to google it lol.
    Cheers from Aussie 😉

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    • Thanks for the note…Awesome. There are 5 times in the track where you hear GET IT ON. The first 3 times there are two lines, the 4th time 3 lines and 5th time 4 lines. For the duration its a series of 2,3 or 4 quick surges in the saddle. Send some LOVE ❤️ down under, and jealous of your Summer as we are in the worst part of our Winter in Michigan.

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      • Cheers Steve! Thanks for your speedy reply and clarification – yep it’s beautiful here at the moment 😎😊 well most of the year. We live Western Aust, Perth.

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