• Wild Neutrals Collection

  • The Slipstream arrives in two wild new prints

  • Burgundy Dahlia Slipstream

  • Our new floral inspired colorway is now in bloom

  • Latus Studio Trainer

  • Free yourself to move in our do-it-all sneaker

  • Men
  • Now available in men's sizing!

  • The original cult favorite cycling sneaker is now available in men's sizes 8 thru 13

  • Clip in, in style

  • We've launched our men's line with three brand new exclusive colorways

  • Cleats sold separately

  • The Slipstream is SPD compatible. Be sure to add a set to your cart, or if you already have cleats you can simply transfer them over to your new shoes.

  • Apparel & Accessories
  • Aero Lite II Bike Short

  • Get the shorts to match, available in both padded and unpadded styles

  • Low Cut Performance Wool Sock

  • From hand-dyed crews to performance wool no-shows, our socks have almost as many fans as our shoes

  • Cleats and Pedals

  • Grab what you need to make sure you can clip in at home or in the studio. Questions? Check out our FAQ or reach out!

  • Published in Spotlights on July 31, 2020

    RIDE Indoor Cycling

    117 Lavaca Street
    Austin, TX 78701

    Here at TIEM, we're all about the studio experience. Each one has a unique energy, vibe, and community of riders. We're so excited to start featuring studios from across the country right here on Form & Function!

    Let's kick things off with RIDE Indoor Cycling. With six studios across Texas and over 10k followers on social media, it's safe to consider them a bit of a powerhouse in the spin world. Read on for an insight on what running a studio during covid has been like.

    In regards to being closed during COVID-19-- Was it a slow process of limiting class sizes? Or an all at once shut down of studios?

    All at once! Here in Texas, the shutdown was swift and we had to adapt quickly. As we start to re-open, we’re starting with smaller class sizes and a robust virtual streaming service for our RIDE community still staying at home.

    What have you guys been doing to keep your community together and engaged?

    We’ve done a lot of trial and error with different virtual hangouts and workouts. We’ve also been sending snail mail and little gifts! Despite it being difficult to not be together in person, it’s been a fun and creative challenge to find new special ways to communicate.

    What are you most looking forward to once you're allowed to reopen?

    We’ve already reopened for small class sizes, but what we still miss is our big, full room energy. It’s a party in there. Also sweaty hugs. :)

    "We used to be limited by geography to take a class... In ways being apart has really made us closer."

    Most challenging part of virtual fitness? Most rewarding?

    There is definitely a magical element of being in the studio in person. Especially for spin classes! Once you get on the beat and the whole room is in it together bumping to the music, that feeling is hard to replace. But virtual spin has been an adventure in itself. For instance, we have incredible instructors all over Austin and Houston. We used to be limited by geography to take a class, but not anymore! If you want to take a virtual class with say Kymeko who lives in Houston, you can live in Seattle and still feel her amazing energy and get in a good sweat. In ways being apart has really made us closer.


    A silver lining of many studio's situations during quarantine is the ability to open their communities to new riders across the country, or even the world, through virtual classes.
    Check out RIDE Indoor Cycling's schedule of Ride Live! classes here!
    Everyone's first class is FREE.

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