Best Spin Studio in Marin County

Spin is fast, fun, and perfect for those who either don’t want to or can’t hop on a traditional bike and take to the trails. There are few better ways to get in your cardio than by sweating it out to music. The 2023 readers’ choice Best of the County winner is SoulCycle (pictured above). For the rest of the Marin Magazine‘s Best of Marin County Spin Studio picks see below.

Our 2023 Fitness & Sports category sponsor is The Club at Harbor Point.

We’ve broken it down by region: Central and Northern Marin.

 Central | Northern 

Central Marin



FITLAB Strong was born in late 2022, out of a deep seated passion for empowering community and changing lives through fitness. Offering 70 large group classes a week, including Les Mills formats, TRX, indoor cycle, yoga and more, there’s something for everyone.

711 Center Blvd., Fairfax, 415.785.3026



SoulCycle is a self-described 45-minute cardio dance party on a bike and we agree. There’s a reason they have accumulated a worldwide cult following of high-energy cyclists in love with their program. The dark room with loud music paired with enthusiastic and experienced trainers almost takes away the burn from their fast-paced workouts designed to push their clients to grow stronger with each class.

Marin Country Mart, 1601 Larkspur Landing Cir., Larkspur, 415.285.7685

Northern Marin



Even people who don’t care for normal cycling find themselves enjoying CycleBar’s fast paced, music-oriented classes. Their scoreboard system lets you tap into your competitive side, or lets you op-out entirely if you prefer to do your own thing. With a wide variety of class styles and times, they’re bound to have something that works for you.

5800 Nave Dr. Suite J, Novato, 415.612.4321


The Club at Harbor Point: 2023 Best of the County Fitness & Sports

Club at Harbor Point
Providing friendly and professional service in a social resort atmosphere, Harbor Point boasts a clubhouse, restaurant, pool, tennis courts and fitness center. Owner and general manager Patrick Kalinski is part of a family that has owned and operated the club since the 1960s.

What are some fitness trends you’ve liked throughout the years?
Seeing tennis surge again during and after the pandemic was encouraging. Mobility and core strengthening, like pilates, Gyrotonic and yoga continues to grow in popularity.
What was your biggest tennis tournament moment?
Having Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf play on our courts during our Esurance Tennis Classic was magical. Also, having the oldest living Grand Slam Champion in the world, Vic Seixas, as a part of our community is an honor.
What is something you love about the club?
The original plans for the Harbor Point development had a 100 + berth marina, but because this never happened we now have such a beautiful view of the open water, with seals, bat rays, pelicans, egrets and more.