New cycling studio to spin into Northvale

October 1, 2013 by  

A state-of-the-art cycling studio is about to open its doors in Northvale.

Later this month, Ride Revolution will begin offering fitness classes to the public. Stephanie Dunne Cohen, the owner and operator of this new business, may be using professional printing services right now to spread the word about her exercise center to the community.

Ride Revolution will feature 2,000 square feet of space devoted to stationary bicycle instruction. On opening day, it will be home to 25 bikes. This number is expected to increase over the coming months, with the total projected to rise to at least 35 by January. All of the bicycles will be new Schwinn models boasting heart rate and cadence-measuring technologies.

The studio will initially hold 21 spinning classes per week. Instruction times will be designed to accommodate commuters and college students, whose schedules frequently allow only early mornings and evenings for exercise. Ride Revolution plans to increase its course offerings as its supply of bicycles grows.

Classes will be geared toward new and experienced spinners alike. The fee will be $23 per class. Interested parties may contact the studio to secure a package rate of $21 per instructional session.

Ride Revolution will open on Friday, October 18. Its operating hours will be 5:30 am to 8:30 pm.

The studio is located near Boston Market at 277 Livingston Street. As part of its grand opening celebration, it will be offering two days of free spinning time for local fitness enthusiasts. Those who would like to participate in this promotion or purchase memberships at Ride Revolution may call (201) 259-7221.