Spinning is so early millennium. Just in time for beach body weather comes Flywheel Sports, a secret weight-loss weapon of celebs like Emmy Rossum, Jimmy Fallon and America Ferrara. You’ll believe you can, well, fly, when you step on your high-tech bike in a studio that’s more like an amphitheater than torture chamber. The lean, mean machines all have digital displays to track performance; beats are by an in-house DJ. Classes start Saturday at 1919 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach. $25 includes special shoes. Visit www.flywheelsports.com/memberships.
In his latest movie, “Mansome,’’ humorist Morgan Spurlock moves from french fries and product placement into male-grooming territory. The Supersize Me director investigates modern manscapers like Jason Bateman and Will Arnett who engage in such rituals as face masks, spa-ing, even night creams. Stuff that can keep Spurlock’s signature handlebar mustache intact is nicely packaged by Birchbox for Men, a subscription service that delivers (monthly) only the hottest brands, like Anthony For Men, Jack Black and Kiehl’s. Hint: Father’s Day is Sunday. www.Birchbox.com
Patti Stanger is not one to hold back or edit. Love her bluntness or fear it, the “Millionaire Matchmaker” is not going away. The Bravo Network reality star has launched an advice column on PattiKnows.com. It’s the online home of the UM grad’s daily sass as well as regular columns from her staff (real-life couple Destin Pfaff and Rachel Federoff). Maybe Stanger will finally meet Mr. Right on this thing.
It’s the copy cat craze all over again. Last year everyone wanted Kate Middleton’s sapphire engagement ring (originally Diana’s), then Angelina Jolie’s $1M (!) Robert Procop oblong creation co-designed by Brad Pitt. Now Miley Cyrus’ Neil Lane sparkler from Liam Hemsworth is the one to hint for. The “Hannah Montana’’ star’s bauble has a vintage feel, with a 3.5 carat, cushion-cut stone set in an “Art-Nouveau” type band. Jewelers like Gemvara and Blue Nile are rushing to get out similar styles — possible before the 19-year-old calls the whole thing off.