Ariel's "Next Level" Ride

Ariel's classes are designed to burn fat, build muscle, strengthen your endurance and take you to the NEXT level in reaching your fitness goals. Ariel's workouts are packed with intense flat roads, rolling and slow climbing hills, push-ups, jumps, seated and standing sprints, along with many other fun routines that will provide you with a full body workout. Ariel approaches her rigorous routines with humor and a "leave no rider behind" mentality, to motivate everyone to reach their goals and go to the next level in their routine. Ariel would love to hear how many calories you've burned in her class, so please don't be afraid to share your personal fitness goals with her, so she can help you get there!

ARE YOU READY TO CHALLENGE YOURSELF???? is the question grounding her spin classes and her life decisions. Miko said yes and left Holly Springs, MS., where she was born and raised, in pursuit of challenge. On her journey, she served as a Security Police Officer in the United States Air Force, relocated to the DMV in 2008 as a Federal Police Officer, received her M.A. in Organizational Business and Security Management and a Certification in Cyber Security from Webster University, and most recently received her Certified Spin Instructor through Mad Dogg Athletics. Miko has been spinning for about 8 years and intensely the last 3 years after relocating to Baltimore in 2015. Combining her love for cycling, fitness, a commitment to stress relief and motivating others, she again, said yes to the challenge of being a spin instructor. Her motto is: SPIN FROM WITHIN….IT’S YOUR RIDE…IT’S YOUR JOURNEY…LET’S GO!!!! Ask yourself, “ARE YOU READY TO CHALLENGE YOURSELF?”
Ricky C. Orange, born and raised in Baltimore City, is a member of the U.S. Army Reserves, serving for over 30 years.  Ricky has a passion for staying fit and works to set an example to encourage everyone he touches to do something to be as fit as possible. Ricky started indoor cycling while serving on Active Duty at Fort Dix, NJ (2006) to cross train while recovering from a running injury. Since taking up running in 2004, he has run 1 full marathon, 15+ half marathons, 1 metric marathon, 7+ Army Ten Milers and countless 5k and 10k races. His goal for 2015 is to run 15 half marathons. He is a member of Back On My Feet (BOMF), a running organization that supports homeless men and women in shelters through running. Ricky runs on average 20 miles weekly with BOMF and get in another 15 miles on his own. Ricky is taking his enjoyment of biking outdoors and currently training for a Century Ride (100 miles). Ricky truly enjoys all genres of music, so be prepared to enjoy a ride with him listening to the beat of something old, new, or different. Ricky holds a Spinning® Instructor Certification from Mad Dogg Athletics® (Since 2009, #1703962).
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