San Diego Magazine

Push It Real Good

PushHouse, a pilates, barre, and spin studio owned by Kimi Evans


Published: 2013.12.13 12:23 PM

It’s as easy as riding a bike, but with a twist. Or shall we say, with a tilt. RealRyder takes the “stationary” out of stationary bikes, allowing cyclists to lean, turn, steer, and balance. The design engages more muscles than a normal stationary bike, without taking a toll on joints. The only studio in San Diego using them is PushHouse, a Pilates, barre, and spin studio owned by Kimi Evans, who is no stranger to predicting the next big thing. When she’s not at her studio, Evans can be seen on San Diego 6 as the morning meteorologist and traffic reporter. With some studies showing that RealRyders can help you burn up to 20 percent more calories than a regular stationary bike, why not take one for a spin? 191 North El Camino Real, Encinitas