CycleBar will open in Redmond Town Center in January 2017. Courtesy Photo

CycleBar studio opening in Redmond next January

  • Wednesday, November 23, 2016 11:01am
  • Business

CycleBar is opening its first Washington location in Redmond next year.

The franchise, which offers a high energy workout in a concert-like atmosphere, will open in early January at Redmond Town Center at 7425 166th Ave. N.E., Suite C250.

From Jan. 12-27, 2017, CycleBar Redmond will celebrate its grand opening by hosting CycleBlast, offering 50 free classes over 10 days. To register, visit: redmondtc.cyclebar.com.

“More than 54 million Americans are working out at boutique fitness studios; it’s the fastest growing sector of the fitness industry,” said JP Green, owner of CycleBar Redmond. “Redmond is such an active, vibrant area. CycleBar fits into our community’s lifestyle and offers a fun, new experience for riders of all levels.”

CycleBar offers a pay-per-class model; no membership is necessary. Concierge service and amenities include free towels, showers, lockers and shoes.

The classes are hosted in a CycleTheatre and are led by CycleStar instructors who take participants through a 50-minute high-energy ride. The CycleTheatre features tiers for 50 bikes plus LED lighting, wide-screen graphics and audio with a DJ booth. Riders can also track performance data via CycleStats and can download music used in the class session. After class, riders cool down with fresh fruit and enhanced water, while aromatherapy helps guests relax throughout the facility.

CycleBar also gives people the opportunity to workout to support a cause through philanthropic CycleGiving events. In 2015, CycleBar partnered with Susan G. Komen to raise funds for breast cancer awareness, the American Heart Association to raise funds for heart disease research and prevention and The Movember Foundation to raise awareness for men’s health and well-being.

The new studio is one of 100 CycleBar locations slated to open in 2017.

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