EXERCISE became entertaining at Whitehill & Bordon Leisure Centre on Saturday as a taster class was given a unique spin by Vikings, disco fairies and 80s throwbacks.

There were party vibes at the centre as around 100 people got on their bikes during an indoor cycling taster day.

The free event consisted of four 30-minute sessions, with each instructor bringing their own style to the party. 

Co-organiser Katy Bishop – also known as Astrid the Viking – and her chums want to dispel the myth that spinning is for the super-fit.

She said: “We want to try and invite people to come to the centre and eradicate the idea that spinning is scary and intense.

"Workouts are tailored by the client to be at a level which is ok for them. Indoor cycling is really for everybody.”

Natasha was a disco fairy, Sam played hits from the 1980s and Sammy Jo brought beats and sweats in addition to Astrid’s patented brand of Viking biking.