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Some people get on a bicycle for a couple hours and travel many miles; others cycle for hours and don't go anywhere -- they ride stationary bikes. This reality series profiles that latter group, focusing on Cycle House, a famed cycling studio in Los Angeles led by chief riding officer and lead instructor Nichelle Hines and her brother, Aaron, instructor and director of training. "Hollywood Cycle" provides a look inside the rhythm-filled studio, with both the highs and lows of the business. Obstacles faced by Cycle House include owners Adam and Lara Gillman disagreeing over the best way to boost business and blurring lines in the instructors' personal and professional lives.

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Find out who makes it through as Cycle House's new instructor, leaving one unhappy trainee to seek revenge; Nichelle is pushed to the limit when Adam & Lara once again ignore her input.
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When Sarafina and Chad notice the convenient timing of Shannon's relationship, they start to question whether she now has an unfair advantage.
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Nichelle receives a lucrative offer from a fitness investor; Brandon looks to make a big move at Cycle House.
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Shannon learns that Aaron's womanizing ways may still exist; Brandon's history with Nick is revealed.
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Adam and Lara offer Aaron the Head Instructor position at the soon-to-be-opened Santa Monica locations but don't consult with Nichelle first, which causes a sibling rift.
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Love is in the air between Shannon and Aaron; when Nichelle learns about Sarafina's stripper career, the two get into a fight at a Cycle House Anniversary party.

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