Two Super Bowl Profiles and Three Exciting Playlists for Game Day

We have two exciting Super Bowl profiles in our archives that will have your riders dreaming of that ring, even if their own teams didn’t make it to the championship game. In both Super Bowl profiles, you change from offense to defense, but each one is a little different. Since teams change every year, you will want to spice up the playlist with some favorite songs about the cities of your favorite team (or musical groups from those cities). You’ll also want to change the halftime songs to tracks by this year’s halftime headliner. 

We also have three separate general them playlists for you. One consists of songs about football and winning. The second is a new one I call “Game Time/Game On” with a lot of new tracks you’ll want to use for any sports-related theme ride. The third is filled with songs about the two teams in this year’s Super Bowl.

We’d love to hear your comments after you’ve had a chance to teach either of these profiles. Let us know how your students appreciated the ride, too. Also, please share your song suggestions in the comments below.

8 Responses to “Two Super Bowl Profiles and Three Exciting Playlists for Game Day”

  1. Mila Levine says:

    So I did the offense defense profile yesterday. I’ve done this one several times before. Although I know nothing about football, people totally LOVE this one- which always amazes me. But yesterday after I quoted Vince Lombardi , one guy disagreed. He said he has all the will in the world but no strength, height or built to be in the NFL. Based on this quote, he says – anyone with willpower can play for the NFL. He said he heard this quote many times. I replied that it probably primarily applies to those who are already in the game. But it was interesting. Maybe something to think about or find other quotes? I should have said it can apply to anything you set to
    Accomplish in life but didn’t think about it at the time. Still, he took it literally and I’m sure some others people do too. Just thought I’d share it.

  2. Linda says:

    I have a superbowl class planned and am using music from current and past half time shows. (Bruno mars, maroon 5, U2 and jlo…I plan to play save me san fransico and miami while members are setting up bikes for class.

  3. Becky Ennis says:

    Working on my Superbowl set already…next Sunday will be a great one as a regular Sunday morning instructor and living in the Bay Area. Go Niners!

  4. Shari Miranda says:

    I did a version of Offense-Defense this year as well.
    This past weekend I heard a story on NPR about the passing of a composer who created music for the NFL. I hope to find some of his stuff for next year!

    http://www.npr.org/2016/02/13/466648883/the-man-behind-the-nfl-music-sam-spence-dies-at-88

  5. Karen Varecka Cruz says:

    I used the Offense-Defense Switch profile this past Saturday for my 8 AM class and they loved it. I also added the NFL on Box by Bobby Morganstein to start it off and also imported a NFL Superbowl Disney World Commercial at the end. My class got a laugh out of it. Thank you for a great ride and some really good commentary — esp appreciated since I’m not the biggest football fan. It made the class more engaging.

  6. DebraPegg says:

    Put together a fun Super Bowl ride and our members loved it. One of my regulars told me to make sure I repeat it for my 5:45 am class on Wednesday. I found a 30 second chant for both the Panthers and the Bronco’s. Cold Play’s “Adventure of a Lifetime” was a great halftime recovery song and then we ramped it up for the last 15 minutes. We cooled down with “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” and “Long Cool Women” from Remember the Titans. It was game on for 45 minutes. Thanks for all the great suggestions and help with the profile.

    • Lynda Bodden says:

      Looking forward to another Offense-Defense Switch…this time with the Broncos and Panthers…..and great idea for Cold Play half time bonanza!!! Go hard or go home! Can’t wait…

    • This sounds really fun Debra! Can you share those chants you found? Are they easily found? I wonder if they are on Spotify so I can add them to the playlist?

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