Forget boring workouts. Bodhi & Ride is notorious for their unique spin class popups at unexpected locations around Melbourne. The latest popup was at Kingpin Bowling in the laser tag room, and it was nothing short of exhilarating.
Envision a room full of you and your friends, there isn’t any light except for the coloured laser beams bouncing across the walls, music is pumping, your heart is racing, and your legs are wildling dancing to the beat – up and down on a stationary bike. That pretty much sums up the Bodhi & Ride popup experience.
It’s akin to being in a nightclub – music, lights, sweat – minus the stumbling drunk bimbos and sticky cocktails getting spilled on your shoes. Consider the fitness aspect of a spin class and the fact that it’s not three in the morning, and you’ll realise it’s actually BETTER than a nightclub!
The instructor guided us through a series of sprints, hill climbs, and even some upper body work with light hand weights on the bike. Admittedly, I was pretty sweaty and exhausted by the end.
Post-class we were rewarded with fresh fruit and 30 minutes’ worth of games in the Kingpin arcade.
If you’re in an exercise rut, or simply want a fun and different way to work out, try a Bodhi & Ride popup class. It’s so fun, you won’t even know you’re exercising!
– Ember Mitchell
Ember is an American turned Aussie. Her love affair with Melbourne goes back five years, and she still can’t get enough of this city! Discovering new hideouts and hidden gems around Melbourne is her hobby. Marketing Strategist by day, spontaneous adventurer, brekky enthusiast, and aerial acrobat by night. @effinggoodtime for food, fitness, and other fantastic adventures.
Forget boring workouts. Bodhi & Ride are notorious for unique and unexpected spin class popups around Melbourne – the latest at Kingpin in Crown.