Welcome to Spinstream and thank you for joining us. Whether you’re at home on that exercise bike, at the gym on their static exercise bike, or maybe you’ve not mustered the confidence to take part in that noisy spinning class at the gym and you’ve jumped onto one of those imposing spin bikes in a quiet studio, or even on your own road bike that lives on a turbo trainer through the winter, we are going to give you all the motivation you need to get peddling, get fitter and get healthy
Fact, cycling is high energy, high intensity and lower impact!
Cycling is becoming more and more popular, in all it’s many forms and why, because it works. Let’s not focus on why or how it’s better than other forms of exercise, let’s just concentrate on making your cycling sessions as much fun as possible, let’s get the most out of each session and reap the rewards of being active with a smile on our face
Instructor led classes will provide that extra motivation and knowing you are taking part with people all across the planet will give you a feeling of belonging to the widest cycling community in the world. Tell us what you think, we are listening and will do our best to keep everyone happy and spinning.
The indoor cycling revolution is here!

Welcome from our founder

Sixty-year-old Gareth Price turned his health around later in life, completing three Ironman as well as marathon, mountain and cycling challenges in his 50s, and hopes to help others do the same after setting up his gym V1ntage in 2011.

He said:

“Every day, I count my blessings. I work hard and only do things I enjoy. I made that choice in 2009 when I grabbed the opportunity with both hands to take a redundancy package from my job of 25 years. Go back two more years and I was 20 stone and spent the majority of most days in my car driving all over the UK.

I finally got the message. I trained hard and climbed Kilimanjaro which I found quite easy despite the altitude. It was just a start. I love the buzz of crossing the finish line knowing it’s something the majority of the population simply wouldn’t even try. I am passionate about cycling and spinning.

When the football and squash ended in my mid-thirties, I thought competitive sport was the be all and end all. I just got lazy and I just got fat! I’m 60 now and never been so active my entire life, even when I was at school.

I feel great, not just physically but mentally. It’s too easy to say, I’ll start my ‘new’ regime soon, when you’re unused to doing regular exercise. I should know, I did too much talking about it, for way too many years!

My one regret. I didn’t get back to active sooner!”