REVOLVE Indoor Cycling Member Update
Please note that due to physical distancing requirements, the Level 5 REVOLVE studio is currently closed. We will let you know as soon as we are able to reopen the REVOLVE studio.
In the meantime, we have moved the REVOLVE bikes to the Sports Hall, where instructor-led and VR classes will be available from Saturday 5th June 2021 onwards.
REVOLVE is the finest indoor cycling studio in Glasgow.
Featuring top-of-the-range bikes, a huge video wall, and the very best instructors to keep you motivated, REVOLVE is more than just a cycle class – it's the ride of your life.
Tailor your REVOLVE experience to you with trainer-led and VR classes available in 30, 45 and 60-minute versions – all included for free in your membership.
Find out more about classes, check class schedules and learn how to get the most out of your REVOLVE experience below.
Virtual Reality Classes
Prefer to set your own pace? Our VR classes are the perfect option for you – clip in and let our atmospheric video wall lead you on a high-energy workout.
Optimise your ride
Getting set up on our Revolve bikes is fast and straightforward – just let the instructor at your first class know you're new to Revolve and they will show you how to properly set up your bike. (To review the basics again, you can watch this set-up video.)
While you can use the standard settings to quickly adjust the bike to your skill level, you can also complete a more-accurate test to help improve your training further. By completing a power test (details below), you'll find out your FTW number – this performance metric will help tailor your Revolve workout to you.
Cycling around Glasgow
The University offers a range of cycling services and resources for staff and students, including a Cycle to Work scheme for staff. For more information on these, see the University's Cycling homepage.
The University also operates a discounted student and staff cycle hire scheme across Glasgow. Nextbike stations can be found across Glasgow, including at the Wolfson Medical School Building and St. Andrews Building at the Gilmorehill campus. For more information, see the Nextbike page.