CycleBar hosts ‘Ride with a Purpose’ on Saturday

  • Wednesday, January 4, 2017 5:50pm
  • Life

CycleBar, a new indoor cycling studio at Redmond Town Center (7425 166th Ave. N.E. Suite C250), invites the public to “Ride with a Purpose” this Saturday for the Redmond Police Foundation. Two rides will be hosted for the public at 12:30 p.m. and 2 p.m.

The charitable rides are part of the studio’s CycleGiving program, in which CycleBar partners with local nonprofits to give back to the community. Organizations can arrange custom rides at the studio with 100 percent of the proceeds going right back to support their causes.

To join the Redmond Police Foundation fundraiser, sign up to ride on the company website: https://redmondtc.cyclebar.com/.

In addition, between Jan. 12-22, CycleBar Redmond is celebrating its grand opening by hosting CycleBlast, offering 60 free classes for the general public over 11 days. To register, visit the company’s website.

Owner JP Green has more than 20 years of experience in the fitness industry, ranging from sales to management. Prior to CycleBar, Green was the president of Axiom Fitness, a premier health club in Idaho with four locations.

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