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Less than a year ago, Jessica Bashelor brought the indoor cycling experience to South Boston with her brand The Handle Bar—which at the time, was one of the few Boston-born studios around town. Tomorrow she will be opening her second studio in Fenway at the 1330 Boylston Street building. Like its predecessor, the space will be outfitted in grey and white hues with pops of tangerine, with a 1,700 square foot windowless cycling room, home to 35 brand new Schwinn AC Sport bikes. The studio also boats music-syncopated lighting effects to be used during theme rides like Glo-Cycle.
"With the new studio, I hope to expand on all of the elements that The Handle Bar has brought to Boston's indoor cycling community and become an integral part of the Fenway neighborhood," said Bashelor in a press release. Class are free this weekend to celebrate the opening, in addition to 25% off Fenway class packages for new riders. Sign up online for this weekend's free classes.
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