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Ride as ONE
Inspire as ONE
We are stronger as ONE

ONE Cycle is committed to leading and revitalizing minds and bodies through real world indoor cycling classes and group fitness classes. Our TEAM at ONE Cycle believe that the number 1 represents Courage, Ambition, Positivity, Raw Energy, and Unity. Through these beliefs, our TEAM of instructors strive to ensure we know each individual,  understand your goals, create a fitness journey that is progressive and fun, and build an inclusive fitness community.

Life is a journey, and when Ashlee is on the bike, she will ensure that you are alongside for the ride. Ashlee’s rides consist of an eclectic choice of music that will move your body and soul. She knows that she has done her part when the energy in the room results in goosebumps on her arms. Her goal for all of her riders is to “let go”, find your raw energy, and let it unfold on the bike. 
“When one door closes, another door opens.”

Growing up as an athlete, Ashlee has always had a love of sports and anything outdoors. She spends her free time hiking with her two dogs and enjoying a variety of fitness regimens. She describes her connection to indoor cycling as her place of meditation, her sanctuary. As owner of ONE Cycle RI, she looks forward to connecting with all individuals who come into the studio and providing a real world, energy rich cycling and fitness experience.

Trisha is always searching for a new challenge and hopes to help you find yours! She became certified as a spin instructor in 2011 and TRX certified in 2015 and has been leading highly motivating classes ever since. Her friendly, engaging personality shines through on and off the bike.  Trisha spends her days as a reading specialist in a local elementary school. Trisha is a mother, wife, and energetic spirit at heart. In her free time she enjoys outdoor cycling, boating, hiking and spending time with her family and dog. 
“Fitness is a journey, not a destination.”
As an instructor, she strives to create a positive relationship with all her students; providing them with the encouragement, confidence, motivation, and strength needed to reach their goals. She hopes to create classes that are engaging and fun while leading participants towards their personal best.
Amie began teaching fitness classes in 1997. For over 20 years, she has taught a variety of disciplines, but discovered her true passion for spin and pilates in 2000. Amie believes that indoor cycling and pilates compliment each other and offer individuals high levels of fitness and wellness in a fun, motivating manner. Remaining true to this belief, Amie practices what she preaches and has been able to achieve and maintain her personal best both physically and mentally.
“You are you and that is your power.”
She is always looking to take her fitness to the next level and loves being able to share the journey with others. When Amie is not instructing, she is spending time with her two daughters. She loves hanging out at the beach and would love to eventually take some photography classes.
If you love music and like to have fun then you will definitely want to meet Cheryl. Her love of music vibrates through her classes with fresh tunes and new playlists to get you moving. Cheryl started Spinning in 2003 and remembers her first class like it was yesterday. Inspired by her amazing spin instructor, it wasn’t long before she was hooked. Spinning has led Cheryl to her passion for outdoor cycling. She purchased her first road bike in 2004 and fell in love with riding outdoors. On the road, Cheryl realized that she loved exercise that was fun, and cycling was just that.
“All I need is the road and my music.”
She furthered her passion for cycling in 2007 when she became certified and began instructing. It was her way to spread the word on how fantastic and fun indoor cycling was. Cheryl’s style of teaching is similar to outdoor riding. She keeps it real and enjoys teaching others how to master those hills. Cheryl keeps her rides fresh through real world cycling techniques, terrains, and of course rockin’ music.
A dynamic individual and highly spirited personality, Peter, immediately grabs the attention of his riders through his beautiful British accent. He is an avid outdoor rider who discovered spin for training purposes during the New England winter months. He is a personal trainer and indoor cycling instructor through AAFA. Peter spends his days exactly where he loves to be the most, outdoors.
“It’s never flat! Unleash your legs.”
He trains coaches and instructors in a variety of outdoor activities and sports, but kayaking and stand up paddle boarding are his favorite. An athlete in every sense of the word, Peter enjoys bringing his outdoor rides inside the cycling studio. Often showcasing various landmarks and terrain across Rhode Island, Peter will bring the outdoor ride alive on your indoor cycling bike.
Ali’s friendly, encouraging nature will reach many riders at ONE Cycle. Growing up, Ali had not yet harnessed her inner athlete. It wasn’t until eight years ago, as a student at University of Central Florida, that she began spinning. Since that time, cycling has not only become an integral part of Ali’s life, but has also evolved into a deep passion of hers. And to top it off, she continuous to uncover her inner athlete as she trains for her first Sprint Triathlon.
“Strive for progress, not perfection.”
Ali finds indoor cycling to be the most enjoyable, low impact/high intensity workout and her form of stress relief. She is inspired by and strives to teach using a mind-body approach in a style that is comparable to riding outdoors. Encouraging and helping others comes natural to Ali. Paired with her deep passion for indoor cycling, Ali will take you on ride where you can explore your own personal strength. You will find a wide range of tunes in Ali’s classes, but house music is her favorite! Amazing beats and remixes of old favorites will get your adrenaline pumping. Ali loves to meet new people and looks forward to getting to know each and every one of her students as she shares her passion for indoor cycling.
Susan’s motivating, team oriented personality shines bright throughout her indoor cycling classes. Susan spends her days working as the assistant to the Providence College Men’s Basketball coach and teaching fitness classes to students, employees and athletes. As a former college athlete, Susan has always been involved in athletics and fitness. As part of her passion for fitness, Susan recently competed in her first WBFF Fitness Competition in November 2016.
 “Be willing to take chances, face doubt head on, and be coachable. That’s how change happens.”
Susan holds a degree in Communications from Rhode Island College and a Masters degree in Counseling from Providence College. She currently resides in Smithfield with her husband and two children. Susan is both Mad Dogg certified in Spin and is a Les Mills Body Pump certified instructor. If you are looking for a high energy and highly motivating instructor who showcases upbeat tunes then look no further. Susan looks forward to getting to know each individual, learn about their personal goals, and help them towards achievement.
Darren’s class are truly one of a kind. Amazing, full of energy, and nothing less than 100% FUN. Darren has been teaching spin classes for over 10 years. Over the past few years, he became involved with ownership of 2 businesses, a nightclub called The Colosseum and a Salon called Avanti Dezigns. Late nightclub hours and a broken foot led to Darren’s hiatus from spinning.

“Heads up, toes up, knees up!”

Lucky for ONE Cycle, Darren has since sold his part of the nightclub and is eager to get back on the bike and help people with their fitness goals. He describes his class music selection as House/Techno/Classic Rock/80’s and some remixes of popular songs on the radio. After taking Darren’s class, you will feel the groove for the rest of your day!
Andrew was born amongst the northern beaches of Sydney. Growing up running, swimming, and participating in every possible outdoor sport forged in him a lifelong passion for athletics that was initially heavily dominated by soccer. He remains a diehard Liverpool fan, but now competes in triathlons rather than on the soccer pitch.

It’s not about being the best. It’s about being better than you were yesterday.

Spinning and high intensity interval training became crucial to Andrew’s fitness regimen as he sought ways to overcome injuries and train through the long New England winters. In his classes, he incorporates a multidisciplinary approach that encourages people of all fitness levels to increase their own strength, endurance, and flexibility. He also tries to infuse his classes with a bit of humor, but has been told his jokes fall a little flat. Andrew invites you to work hard and maybe have a laugh alongside him while you’re at it! 


Kelly holds a certification in both Mad Dogg Athletics and Keiser indoor cycling certifications as
well as her 200-hour Yoga Alliance yoga certification. Kelly likes to balance out her lifestyle
with the intensity of indoor cycling paired with the therapeutic movement of yoga. Although
Kelly has been teaching indoor cycling since 2006, her style continues to evolve but yet keeps it
real with the essence of what indoor cycling was originally meant to be – movement modeled
after outdoor riding.

“Balance begins in the heart.”

Adding her 200-hour yoga certification to her list of credentials in 2018 also meant bringing more awareness into her indoor cycling game as well. Inspired to obtain her yoga certification with the goal to not only learn proper technique of asana (poses) and pranayama (breath) but also educate on the importance of those principles, Kelly’s yoga classes are a refreshing throwback to the roots of yoga and how it was meant to heal the body.  Alignment and pairing movement with breath is always the focus — whether on the bike or the yoga mat!
Mary‘s yoga classes are best described by her students as “Joyful Yoga”.  She teaches slow to moderate flow Yoga with an emphasis on alignment technique, offering modifications appropriate for all levels of students.
“Mindfulness and kindness are emphasized throughout the practice, and yes, there will be smiling and laughing!”
Mary began taking yoga classes over 12 years ago to counter the effects of running and long distance cycling and to de-stress from her job as a pediatric physical therapist.  In 2014 Mary completed her 200 hour training certification and began teaching yoga at State of Grace in Massachusetts. It was in April 2015 that Mary felt her “practice of yoga” truly came to life. Mary has also completed training in “Kidding Around Yoga”, yoga for children, in March of 2016.  Mary is a member of Yoga Alliance.


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