Fluid Cycling Indoor Cycling Studio Now Open in Wayne

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It’s not very often I find myself writing about two cool new fitness options in Wayne twice in one week, but that’s exactly what I’m about to do. In addition to the new kettlebell class I told you about on Tuesday, Wayne-ians (is that a thing?) can also check out the new indoor cycling studio, Fluid Cycling, at 724 West Lancaster Avenue, near Route 30 and East Conestoga Road.

The studio features RealRyder bikes, the kind I got to try out in West Chester awhile back that tilt from side to side to better simulate road riding conditions. They also give you more of a full-body workout than most stationary bikes in traditional Spin classes, requiring that you use your abs to steady the bike and your shoulders, back and arms to turn it.


Fluid also has a video projector in the classroom hooked up with MyRide+ Forward Motion video technology, a first-person video reel that takes you through 140 different landscapes for virtual rides at locations all over the world. Neat, right?

The studio offers up to five classes a day, with two classes a week (Mondays at 9:30 a.m., and Thursdays at 9:45 a.m.) including babysitting. Your first class is free, with subsequent drop-in rides running $20. Class packages are available, as is a monthly membership for unlimited rides for $129. And until November 19th, you can take advantage of the studio's grand-opening offer of three classes for $20. Details and class sign up are here.

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