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At BreakAway Cycle & Strength Studio located in Longmont, CO, we offer the best indoor cycling (“spinning”) classes, on the best equipment, in the best environment. We offer classes for fitness enthusiasts and for people of all levels.  





We realize that any good fitness or performance program includes both cardio and strength work, so we’re also proud to offer strength classes using TRX Suspension Trainers. We offer a variety of classes that will meet the needs of all fitness levels.





For the most convenience, we recommend you pre-register to schedule your workout. You can reserve your classes 7 days in advance. Of course, you are also always free to drop-in for a cycling or TRX Strength training session without a reservation.

Experience the POWER of BreakAway Indoor Cycle & Strength

$59.00 first month!  
  • Indoor Cycling featuring PIQ performance tracking
  • TRX Training 
  • Kettlebell Fitness Classes
  • Cycle/TRX Combo Class
  • Great for ALL levels
  • CycleLite for a lower intensity workout



BreakAway Cycle & Strength is Longmont’s first and only “boutique-style” indoor cycling and TRX suspension training studio.


If this is your first time visiting, please review our Policy and Procedures information to learn what you need to bring to be prepared!










We offer indoor cycling classes for everyone; for those who are completely new to indoor cycling, for those who have been “spinning” for years and are looking for a way to reinvigorate their love of “spin”, for those who love outdoor riding when they can do it, but who want to stay fit through the winter seasons, and even for those who cycle competitively and are looking for the data feedback they need and instructors who will understand the unique needs of competitive athletes.






Strength Training with TRX

TRX Suspension training is beautiful for it’s simplicity and accessibility to all levels! Developed by Navy Seal, Randy Hetrick, it’s original purpose was to provide a portable, functional, effective tool that would help Randy, and his Seal teammates stay in peak condition while on duty in places that did not allow access to traditional fitness equipment. Today, TRX suspension training is becoming the functional training system of choice for elite units in every branch of the Armed Forces. TRX suspension training is also utilized by the NFL, NHL, NBA, and MLB. As Functional Training rises in popularity, the TRX trainer is gaining ground in gyms, studios, and “boxes” all across the country. Suspension training is perfect for a small studio setting.



 Why we are different!



Screen Shot 2015-10-14 at 11.35.20 AMOur Bikes

The Stages SC3 is the best indoor bike on the market!  Our favorite feature on the SC3 is the super accurate Stages Power Meter, fabricated locally in Boulder, Colorado.  Other great features on this bike include:  Stages "Carbonglyde" belt, which provides a smooth and realistic feeling indoor ride, Stages "Sprintshift", which allows for quick and accurate interval transitions, and "StagesFit", which makes getting you comfortable on your bike super easy!








blingOur Power

We're often asked what makes us different than other indoor cycling options.  Well, this is it-our Power!  We are the first indoor cycling studio in Colorado to implement the tracking necessary to show you clearly that your workouts are making you better!    All of our rides offer Performance IQ data tracking, so that you can easily monitor your power, cadence, and overall energy production and calorie consumption during a single class, and from class to class.!  
Our instructors use this tool to give you specific and measurable goals.  When your ride is over, you'll find an email waiting for you, detailing your class results.  These results are stored on your personal profile, so that you can check back and see the long-term improvement that all of your hard work has created. Know your power, set your goals, get results!







our_bikesOur SuperPower

Power is what makes us different than the rest, but it's our instructors that make us BETTER than the rest!  Our instructors give us superpower!   Of course, they're all educated and dedicated to staying on top of the most current cycling and fitness research, they know what's safe and what works.   But, what makes our instructors super is the passion that they bring to their coaching.  Our instructors see your true potential and are serious about helping you fulfill it!







Our Community


We don’t want to stop at just being an awesome place to work out! We strive to build community within our four walls. This is something you'll notice immediately at BreakAway.  Our instructors and regular clients have created an environment of inclusion and support.  It's hard not to make new friends when you ride with us!











Our website makes it easy to create an account and reserve a spot in class.  By reserving online, up to one week in advance, you can schedule your workouts to fit in with your busy family/work life.  You can also relax and know that when you arrive to the studio you are guaranteed your spot in class.









BreakAway Cycle & Strength Studio in the News!



For Release: Immediate                                                                                                                                                                             Contact: Alison Zemanek

DATE: 7/7/14                                                                                                                                                                                              alison@breakawaylongmont.com



Longmont Fitness Studio Joins Elite Training Group

 BreakAway Cycle & Strength Studio: One of Three TRX Premier Facilities in Colorado


            BreakAway Cycle & Strength Studio, which opened in downtown Longmont in 2012, has become a TRX Premier Facility, adding TRX TEAM Blocks programming. The proven small-group program aimed at specific goals – Strong, Fit, or Lean – involves 30- to 60-minute classes with tailored workouts to maintain a balance of focused core strength, stability, and muscular strength development.

“TRX TEAM workouts are perfectly suited to the smaller group format that is a signature quality of BreakAway’s strength program,” says owner Alison Zemanek, adding that TRX coaches provide more personalized attention in the cohorts of eight to 10 people. “The world-class TRX programming led by BreakAway’s incredible coaching team is guaranteed to deliver big results!”

            TRX TEAM Blocks program starts on Aug. 4 at the boutique fitness studio at 439 Main St. BreakAway also offers Indoor Cycling classes with personalized Performance IQ data tracking. The facility offers top-of-the-line equipment, highly-educated instructors and coaches, and an expanding list of program offerings.

            For more information on the studio visit breakawaylongmont.com. For more information on TRX training, visit trxtraining.com.  For more information on Performance IQ, visit myperformanceiq.com.



Workout of the week: Thursday Night Live cycling
By Aimee Heckel Camera Staff Writer

POSTED:   05/07/2013 09:59:01 AM MDT | UPDATED:   ABOUT A YEAR AGO

BreakAway Cycle and Strength Studio

439 Main St., Longmont



Instructor: Zack Hoh, of Longmont. Hoh is a mechanical engineer at Ball Aerospace by day, and a certified indoor cycling instructor by night. He's been certified and teaching since 1998.

He began teaching at BreakAway Cycle when it opened in September.

What is the workout? An indoor cycling class set to live musical concerts and comedy projected on a wide-format screen in the front of the room. The workout is set to a strategic visual and audio soundtrack.

Just because the TV is on doesn't mean this class is easy. If anything, you will be relieved to have the comedic relief to take your mind off your burning thighs for a moment before the music kicks in again. The workouts are on top-of-the-line Schwinn AC Performance bikes with MPower consoles, which provide all kinds of numbers for Hoh to use to help push you through different drills.

Hoh says he wanted to create something that people would look forward to -- something that would make people actually want to come inside, even in the summer in beautiful Boulder County. His drills are realistic for real bike riding, to appeal to people who are passionate about the outdoors, he says. He wanted to combine that with entertainment that makes you feel good.

"I really wanted to create something that felt like an event, something they're look forward to all week," he says.

The classes are organized around a fun theme -- starting with a solid class plan centered around cycling drills, Hoh says.

He says he has spent hundreds of hours gathering video clips and using DVR technology to create an extensive library to pull from.

What's different: I've never heard of a cycling class like this.

Hoh created drills that forced the students to interact (such as asking people to randomly call out "on your left" when we needed to pick it up, to simulate a race). This kept us involved and built camaraderie.

The studio itself is different, too. It feels like a "boutique" fitness studio, with a sleek, modern design, and upscale equipment, lighting and sound -- sparing no expense (including the bikes). When you think of indoor cycling, you usually find a warehouse-style room with cement floors. This space feels more like a luxury spa.

It even offers child care.

The bikes are also different. By providing so many numbers, they allow you to set precise goals, and they allow the instructor to establish a classwide rhythm, while still allowing each individual student to set her own challenges.

What does it cost? So surely a high-end fitness studio with these kind of amenities is going to be over-the-top expensive, right? Here was my biggest surprise: first class is free, and after that, buy a 10-class pass for only $10 per class. Bigger passes can bring classes down to $6 each; that's nearly rec center rates. Definitely one of the cheapest fitness options I've seen around Boulder County, and for one of the nicest studios I've experienced.

When: 6-7 p.m. Thursdays. Each class is different.

Level: All levels. This class is often recommended to new clients and people relatively new to indoor cycling, because the video provides a great distraction. But because you have control over your bike's power (and how many watts you can generate), you can make the class as hard as you want. Because of the challenging drills, Hoh says it also appeals to competitive racers.

I found the class an eight on a 10-point intensity scale. I sweated profusely and pushed myself super hard. But looking back, all I can remember is the fun parts of class. Although my body worked hard, my brain totally didn't know.

What to prepare: Hoh recommends padded bike shorts or a gel seat, and a good pair of bike shoes with a stiff sole. Running shoes are squishy, so they don't transfer the power as comfortably into the pedal, he says.

However, for your first few classes, you can wear shorts (I even wore yoga pants) and regular running shoes. But take it from me: I had to stand up a few extra times, if you know what I mean. Ouch.

If I were a regular, I'd start by getting a pair of padded shorts, and then eventually get shoes. I didn't feel like my shoes caused any discomfort, but then I've never worn bike shoes.

Muscles worked: Cardio ("your aerobic engine," Hoh calls it), legs.

What I loved: Wow, time flew by.

This concept could easily be abused as a way to cheat on a workout (envision the people pretending to work out, standing on a treadmill watching TV and checking Facebook on their phones). But because it is so well structured, it does the exact opposite.

The songs' cadence and energy levels match the demands of the drills. The occasional clip from SNL is a welcomed -- but only fleeting -- escape, while you catch your breath. I found myself barely able to pay attention to the TV, but appreciating its support and encouragement. I mean, something about watching Kid Rock scream across the stage will get my legs moving and heart rate up, anyway.

And yes, Hoh takes music requests.

I also appreciated how much time Hoh spent with me and the other new students before class, making sure we were set up perfectly on our bikes and understood how to use the console, and checking on our personal needs. He checked in with us a few times throughout class, too. This helped me feel confident, comfortable and safe.

If I gave out stars, I'd give him five stars as an instructor.

What I didn't like: This is not a problem; just something to know before you arrive. If you enter from Main Street, the check-in room is in the back. I walked around a little confused when I first arrived, and if you are already nervous about trying a new class, this might put you off a little. Now you know.

How I felt after the class: I had to go home and immediately shower and change my clothes, due to their immense wetness. My legs felt charged up and powerful. And maybe most importantly, my brain felt happy and relaxed. I was afraid that hardcore cardio would increase my cortisol levels after an already stressful day, but instead, I felt relieved and reset.

Also, I burned nearly 400 calories, according to my bike.

-- Reported by Aimee Heckel.
















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Alison is a certified group TRX instructor, a Certified Kettlebell Teacher (CKT) and a Certified Johnny G. Spinning Instructor. » Full Bio





Christian began her athletic life at age 13 with aerobic exercise and cross-country running. While rehabbing from a rock climbing injury in college she discovered a natural inclination for endurance athletics. » Full Bio







Kimberly is a master instructor for KettleX Flow. She is certified as a personal trainer and group fitness instructor through AFAA... » Full Bio






Molly grew up in Indiana, where she was introduced to swimming at an early age and fell in love with the sport and swam competitively through college. In the off seasons, Molly maintained motivation and fitness levels through running and cycling.. » Full Bio

Amy H.


Amy has been through extensive training on cardiovascular endurance and Kettle Bell and strength training techniques. Her cycling classes focus on building a stronger athlete. » Full Bio







 Since 2007, Courtenay has completed sprint, Olympic, Half Ironman and Ironman races.  She is certified as a Schwinn Cycling Instructor, TRX Instructor, and USAT Level 1 Coach... Full Bio



Kippy is certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine, the National Council on Strength and Fitness and as an Individual AND Group TRX Fitness Instructor. » Full Bio




Growing up, Paige was always involved in sports, and played volleyball in high school and college. She is Mad Dogg Spinning and TRX certified       » Full Bio

Amy N.



Amy is a certified Group Fitness Instructor through AFAA. She has been teaching group fitness classes for more than 15 years. Amy is certified to teach Stages Indoor Cycling, Johnny G Spinning... » Full Bio





Kathy began bike racing in 1982. She is a Colorado State Time Trial Champion, has qualified for Olympic Trial and also competed in the 1986 Coors Classic. » Full Bio



Meg has been a certified Johnny G Spinning instructor since 2005 and carries her passion for biking into the Cycling studio. » Full Bio





Zack was Mad Dogg Spinning certified in 1997 and Schwinn Indoor Cycling certified in 2012. He is an energetic Cycling Instructor. » Full Bio










New Client Special

$59/one month Unlimited classes


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BreakAway Group Classes

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(3-month initial commitment required)

BreakAway Body Program


BreakAway Kettlebell Sport Club

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$200    20-class Fit Pass (expires 1 year from purchase)

(**Drop-in and Fit Passes are valid for all group classes.  Fit Passes are non-transferrable, but may be shared between family members living in the same home.  You must contact the studio directly to set up pass sharing: info@breakawaylongmont.com)

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BreakAway Cycle & Strength Studio

439 Main Street
Longmont, CO 80501
Phone: 720.636.8955




Street parking available: Coffman Street, Main Street, 5th Avenue, and 4th Avenue


Parking Lot available: East of Main on Kimbark, directly behind Great Frame Up. Come through breezeway and cross at crosswalk to BreakAway Cycle & Strength Studio on West side of Main.






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