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The 76 Best Country Workout Songs For Indoor Cycling Class

Country Workout and Indoor Cycle Songs

You can’t just play any country song in your indoor cycling or workout class. Most country songs are just too dang slow. (Trust me—I’ve tried plenty!) But, when you find the right country song that’s upbeat with a fast tempo, you’re in for some serious spinning synergy. 

I’ve pulled together some of my favorite country songs to play in my indoor cycling classes. Most of these are included for you to use for sprints and HIIT workouts. But, I also had to share some of my go-to sing-along songs that get the whole room nodding and bobbing along. Last but not least, I added a couple country songs that I play when I want to inspire and motivate my riders. 

To round out your spin routine, you may also like these other genres and decades: 

What are the best country songs for sprints / HIIT workouts? 

  1. “Good Time,” Alan Jackson (BPM: 130)
  2. “Vacation,” Thomas Rhett (BPM: 137) 
  3. “5-1-5-0,” Dierks Bentley (117 BPM) 
  4. “Boot Scootin’ Boogie,” Brooks & Dunn (BPM: 130)
  5. “Mountain Music,” Alabama (BPM: 135)
  6. “T-R-O-U-B-L-E,” Travis Tritt (BPM: 125)
  7. “I Like It, I Love It,” Tim McGraw (BPM: 128)
  8. “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” The Charlie Daniels Band (BPM: 140)
  9. “Born to Boogie,” Hank Williams Jr. (BPM: 135)
  10. “Country Girl (Shake It For Me),” Luke Bryan (BPM: 106) 
  11. “Guitars, Cadillacs,” Dwight Yoakam (BPM: 130)
  12. “Something Like That,” Tim McGraw (BPM: 120)
  13. “Fastest Girl In Town,” Miranda Lambert (BPM: 145) 
  14. “Second One To Know,” Chris Stapleton (BPM: 97) 
  15. “Lil Bit,” Nelly, Florida Georgia Line (BPM: 120) 
  16. “It Ain’t My Fault,” Brothers Osborne (BPM: 123) 
  17. “American Kids,” Kenny Chesney (BPM: 85) 
  18. “Party For Two,” Shania Twain, Billy Currington (BPM: 120) 
  19. “I’m Gonna Getcha Good!” Shania Twain (BPM: 120) 
  20. “Chattahoochee,” Alan Jackson (BPM: 115)
  21. “Singles You Up,” Jordan David (BPM: 110) 
  22. “You Broke Up With Me,” Walker Hayes (BPM: 120) 
  23. “Like I Love Country Music,” Kane Brown (BPM: 125) 
  24. “She Had Me At Heads Carolina,” Cole Swindell (BPM: 135) 
  25. “Here For The Party,” Gretchen Wilson (BPM: 124) 
  26. “Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home),” Elle King, Miranda Lambert (BPM: 120) 
  27. “Somethin’ Bad,” Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood (BPM: 90) 
  28. “Heartache On The Dance Floor,” Jon Pardi (BPM: 116) 
  29. “Truck Yeah,” Tim McGraw (BPM: 98) 
  30. “Parachute,” Chris Stapleton (BPM: 116) 
  31. “Drink In My Hand,” Eric Church (BPM: 113) 
  32. “Snapback,” Old Dominion (BPM: 100) 
  33. “Little Red Wagon,” Miranda Lambert (BPM: 95) 
  34. “Brand New Man,” Brooks & Dunn (BPM: 120)
  35. “Leave The Night On,” Sam Hunt (BPM: 86) 
  36. “White Liar,” Miranda Lambert (BPM: 92) 
  37. “Queen of Hearts,” Juice Newton (BPM: 86) 
  38. “Flatliner,” Cole Swindell, Dierks Bentley (BPM: 115) 
  39. “Why We Drink,” Justin Moore (BPM: 117) 
  40. “Cadillac Ranch,” Chris LeDoux (BPM: 133) 
  41. “Ain’t Going Down Until The Sun Comes Up,” Garth Brooks (BPM: 170) 

What are the best country spin songs that everyone knows? 

  1. “Friends in Low Places,” Garth Brooks (BPM: 120)
  2. “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy),” Big & Rich (BPM: 102)
  3. “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” Shania Twain (BPM: 125)
  4. “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk,” Trace Adkins (BPM: 125)
  5. “Life Is a Highway,” Rascal Flatts (BPM: 120)
  6. “Beer for My Horses,” Toby Keith ft. Willie Nelson (BPM: 105)
  7. “Redneck Woman,” Gretchen Wilson (BPM: 105)
  8. “Chicken Fried,” Zac Brown Band (BPM: 98)
  9. “Before He Cheats,” Carrie Underwood (BPM: 75) 
  10. “Fancy Like,” Walker Hayes, Kesha (BPM: 80) 
  11. “As Good As I Once Was,” Toby Keith (BPM: 119) 
  12. “Wagon Wheel” by Darius Rucker (BPM: 118)
  13. “House Party,” Sam Hunt (BPM: 104) 
  14. “All My Friends Say,” Luke Bryan (BPM: 117) 
  15. “Jolene” by Dolly Parton (BPM: 108)
  16. “Buy Me a Boat” by Chris Janson (BPM: 100)
  17. “She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy,” Kenny Chesney (BPM: 122) 
  18. “Backwards,” Rascal Flatts (BPM: 123; use the first minute as a recovery / talk track) 
  19. “Take It Back,” Reba McEntire (BPM: 111) 
  20. “Achy Breaky Heart,” Billy Ray Cyrus (BPM: 123)
  21. “All My Ex’s Live in Texas,” George Strait (BPM: 120)
  22. “Here for a Good Time,” George Strait (BPM: 110)
  23. “Body Like a Back Road,” Sam Hunt (BPM: 100) 

What are the best motivational country workout and spin songs? 

  1. “It’s a Great Day to Be Alive” by Travis Tritt (BPM: 120)
  2. “Miss Me More,” Kelsea Ballerini (BPM: 96) 
  3. “All To Myself,” Dan + Shay (BPM: 95) 
  4. “I Wanna Talk About Me,” Toby Keith (BPM: 106) 
  5. “How Do You Like Me Now?!” Toby Keith (BPM: 110) 
  6. “That Don’t Impress Me Much,” Shania Twain (BPM: 120) 
  7. “Why Don’t We Just Dance,” Josh Turner (BPM: 122) 
  8. “Best Days Of Your Life,” Kellie Pickler (BPM: 128) 
  9. “The Fighter,” Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood (BPM: 132) 
  10. “May We All,” Florida Georgia Line, Tim McGraw (BPM: 75) 
  11. “Dust on the Bottle,” David Lee Murphy (BPM: 105)
  12. “Alright,” Darius Rucker (BPM: 90) 

And, that’s a wrap on the 76 best country songs for a fast-paced, high-energy indoor cycling class or workout. If you’d like more inspo, join my free Spin Routine of the Week newsletter for a full spin class playlist and routine delivered to your inbox every Tuesday. 

For even MORE spin songs, check out my 6 indoor cycling workout routines and playlists.