When they’re not chasing the beat in the studio on sunny days, HB instructors make time for their favorite places.
Fresh beats might fuel us through a 45-minute session in the saddle, but what do HB instructors listen to off the bike? We asked instructors and staff from Southie, Fenway, and Harvard Square to share their favorite artists. Here, what’s in the ear buds when they’re not on the bike.
Serious amounts of sweat call for a *serious* skincare routine. Here, HB instructors—who are no strangers to two- and sometimes three-a-day sessions on the saddle—share how they clean up before, after, and in between classes. Pick up their fave products to give your skin (and hair!) a little TLC.
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by: Jess Fracalossi
Intense, motivated, and tough.. in all the right ways. Ashley Wagner has been a staple on our team since she started at The Handle Bar almost 3 years ago. With a refreshed class schedule just now in effect, Ashley’s giving riders 6 opportunities to catch Ashley in her element. Read on to learn more about this impressive woman and what makes her tick.
The world is so busy these days, it can be tough to sync up with one friend’s schedule on a regular basis, let alone FIVE. Riders Jess, Emily, Lily, Nathan and Sam manage to hold each other accountable and show up to ride week after week together. Their dedication and commitment inspires us on the daily. And when one of them isn’t there, you can be sure they call the other out on it. Continue reading
by: jess fracalossi
Her eyes are on the stars but her feet are firmly planted on earth. Sarah Copp tells us about her passions, her version of a perfect day, and how she manages to keep. it. so. real.
Remember when we hosted an outdoor ride in Dewey Square, and the seats filled up in mere minutes, leaving a bunch of riders with a bad case of FOMO?
Well, we learned our lesson.
It’s up to the DJ to get a crowd out of their heads and into their bodies. How do you do that? The beat is the name of the game.