Marian University Cycling Center


Marian University Cycling Center

The Marian University Cycling Center is a state-of-the-art cycling training center and is home to the 11-time track cycling national championship-winning Knights cycling program. The center is home to spin classes, training for the cycling program, and cycling services for the Marian University community.

Quick Facts

  • Built: 2007
  • Location: St. Francis Hall

Features


  • State-of-the-art air conditioning and filtration systems
  • 10 Comp-U-Trainers linked to a central computer for power-testing, spin-scanning and winter training
  • 72-inch retractable projection screen and ceiling-mounted projector for simulated rides through the Alps and Pyrennes
  • A Velotron for personal power analysis, biomechanics testing, and spin-cycle analysis
  • 12 spin bikes for community-wide fitness programming with an elevated instructor studio
  • An internal sound system with ceiling-mounted speakers for music throughout the center
  • A mechanical area for instructional and bicycle maintenance purposes


The bikes the Knights ride Comp-U-Trainer area
ZIPP Wheels The mechanical area
The spin classroom During a class