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SoulCycle has slowly plotted its ride into the Boston market, promising to deliver its NYC-born indoor cycling culture this spring at the newly opened Chestnut Hill Square development, also home to Drybar, Equinox, and a soon-to-be BHLDN-stocked Anthropologie. Set to open on March 5, SoulCycle Chestnut Hill features a 55-bike studio in a nearly 3,000 square foot space, which includes a boutique filled with the brand's distinctive neon-hued apparel and gear. This location marks the first opportunity for riders to experience SoulCycle, a full-body workout boasting upper body and core toning set to a high energy soundtrack, in Massachusetts.
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