- people on the move
Cycling studio rolls toward opening
A new indoor cycling studio on the Medical Mile is giving the public a sneak peek.
Lunar Cycle will have an open house from 4-7 p.m., Jan. 10. Visitors can tour the space, meet instructors, see some class and bike set-up demonstrations, and learn more about Lunar Cycle’s pre-sale offers.
“We are excited to have created a place where people in any phase of their fitness journey feel welcome and motivated to continue on their path, and we can’t wait for Grand Rapids to love the infectious formats as much as we do,” said Sara Grey, co-owner of Lunar Cycle.
Classes range in length of time and skill level. The standard class length is 45 minutes, but 30-minute beginner classes and 75-minute endurance classes also are offered. Lunar Cycle will open with nine Schwinn-Certified instructors.
“There’s a class type for everyone,” said co-owner Shelby Reno. “We offer a range of formats — interval, beat-driven, distance/racing and beginner — and times. Indoor cycling is addictive because it offers a unique blend of cardio and high intensity interval training in a completely low impact format.”
Lunar Cycle is located along Grand Rapids’ Medical Mile with free parking along the backside of the condos, which are located directly behind the studio. The studio is equipped with 40 Schwinn AC Power indoor cycling bikes, tech consoles where other riding apps and heart rate monitors will integrate, sound and light technology, and three changing rooms.
The company in November signed a lease to operate at 601 Michigan, which is owned by Third Coast Development.
“We are excited to offer this lifestyle product to the growing residential base we’re creating with our properties along the corridor,” said David Levitt, partner, Third Coast Development.
NAI Wisinski of West Michigan brokers Mary Anne Wisinski-Rosely and Todd Leinberger assisted Third Coast Development with the lease transaction.
Reno, who also is a Keller Williams commercial realtor, represented Lunar Cycle.