CycleBar to host team rides prior to grand opening

  • Monday, December 12, 2016 3:07pm
  • Business

CycleBar Redmond will host businesses and organizations on the Eastside for free team rides before the official grand opening of its new studio in January.

The indoor cycling studio will open its doors at 7425 166th Ave. N.E., Suite C250 in Redmond Town Center on Jan. 12, 2017.

“This is a great opportunity for companies to host a team-building exercise in a fun atmosphere,” said CycleBar Redmond owner JP Green. “Redmond is such a vibrant, active area and we want to make sure people have access to this new experience for riders of all levels.”

CycleBar invites companies to check out the studio and to host a team-building ride for no charge. As part of the events leading up to the grand opening, the studio is booking group rides in the studio from Jan. 3-11, 2017. The studio can hold up to 50 people.

Participants will ride with instructors, enjoy exclusive playlists, theatre seating and advanced bikes that provide each rider with their own personal performance statistics after each ride. The studio offers concierge-level service, premium amenities and a low-impact/high-intensity cycling experience for all ages and body types.

After January events, CycleBar will offer a pay-per-class model, no membership is necessary. Concierge service and amenities include free towels, showers, lockers and shoes.

The new Redmond studio is one of 250 CycleBar locations slated to open during 2017.

For more information, visit redmondtc.cyclebar.com. To book a company’s free ride, contact nikole@thekellergroup.com.

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