Get ready for the showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers this year! Apologies to all the Detroit and Baltimore fans out there whose dreams were dashed.
We’ve prepared three distinct playlists to amp up your Super Bowl spirit. As always, we’ve curated a playlist featuring tracks for each of the competing teams, along with tunes from the halftime performers. The second playlist is all about football and victory anthems, while the third, dubbed “Game Time/Game On,” is packed with tracks perfect for any sports-themed ride. You can access these playlists at the end of this post.
But that’s not all! Dive into our archives for two electrifying Super Bowl profiles that will have your riders envisioning that coveted Super Bowl ring, regardless of their team’s fate. Switch between offense and defense in these profiles, each with its unique twist. Since teams change every year, spice up your soundtrack with songs from our Super Bowl 2024 bucket playlist, featuring favorites about your team’s cities and halftime tracks by this year’s performer. Alternatively, incorporate tunes from musical acts hailing from San Francisco and/or Kansas City.
The first of our Super Bowl theme rides from our archives is called Rock You Like a Hurricane by Kala Markel followed by Offense-Defense Switch, crafted by Carole Harrell. Fair warning—these rides pack a punch, so be sure to offer riders the option to take a breather!
Both of these profiles have been highly popular at ICA:
Lynda told us:
This was fabulous. My class went crazy for it. We use the PIQ System so both teams could see how they were stacking up against each other. It was awesome! Tons of energy, pumping music, and some friendly competition! I want to thank you and your team for amazing articles, profiles, songs, etc. I have definitely become a better instructor and appreciate this website so much! You all rock! Keep doing what you are doing!
Another stellar profile! Thank you ICA and creator Carole Harrell. When I showed up with a ping pong paddle (red on one side for defense and black on the other for offense) I think my participants were afraid of what I was going to use it for. When I explained the concept to them I saw the tension leave their faces. They all seemed to enjoy the ride and left with smiles on their faces and sweat on the floor.
This year, we have a third option for your Super Bowl profiles. It’s not an interactive game-inspired profile, rather it is a musical tribute to past halftime performers. Check out Fern’s profile Super Bowl Halftime Showstoppers.
ICA members can access the three bucket playlists below.
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.