Five space-saving tips for indoor cycling setups

Cyclist rides Canyon bike indoors
(Image credit: Future)

With a big house and plenty of space, setting up an indoor cycling space is simple: just pick a room and begin building your pain cave. But for those of us that don’t have that luxury (and extra square footage), we’re often forced to squeeze our training space next to the coffee table, under the desk, or somewhere in the bedroom. I’ve even heard of riders setting up their trainers in the kitchen or in the bathroom to save space.

Setting up an indoor training space can feel like a three-dimensional game of Tetris – you have to fit this under there, with enough room to hang this over there, and for this to fit under there and… oh, I forgot to leave space for me.

Thank you for reading 5 articles in the past 30 days*

Join now for unlimited access

Enjoy your first month for just £1 / $1 / €1

*Read any 5 articles for free in each 30-day period, this automatically resets

After your trial you will be billed £4.99 $7.99 €5.99 per month, cancel anytime. Or sign up for one year for just £49 $79 €59

Join now for unlimited access

Try your first month for just £1 / $1 / €1