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Flywheel Sports Breaks into Boston With Free Classes Next Week

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Flywheel Sports busted onto the fitness stage in New York nearly four years ago, building a cult following for its stadium cycling studio and proprietary bikes that allow riders to track their performance. On Tuesday, October 8, Bostonian's will have the chance to join the fun at the company's twenty-fifth location in the Prudential Center, on the Huntington Avenue side. Unlike other locations nationwide, Boston won't feature either FlyBarre or yoga, but we've got plenty of options in those departments already, right?

Here's what Flywheel does offer: stadium-style seating, custom indoor cycling bikes, and complimentary towels as well as cycling shoes (no more rental fees to deal with). The on-bike performance tracking function for those with a competitive streak encourages riders to examine their resistance (Torq), speed (RPM), and energy exerted (Power)—but you can also put your name on the Torqboard flat-screen display to ride to the top of class. Either way, personal ride data is stored and can be followed on the Flywheel website for goal setting.

To demonstrate exactly why the brand is so well-loved, Flywheel invites you to try free classes (usually $28 for a single ride) from October 8 through October 13 with five classes offered on weekdays and three on weekends. Create a profile at flywheelsports.com and email backbay@flywheelsports.com your username to make class requests.
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· Flywheel Sports Boston [Official Site]