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During this unprecedented time, WheelHouse donated medical grade supplies to Lawrence General Hospital. Over the past few months, WheelHouse switched to an on-demand, virtual platform and rented out their bikes to clients. They are very much looking forward to resuming a full schedule of in-studio classes when permitted.
26 Essex Street, Andover, 978-475-2739, whcycling.com
During this time, the Tread team has remained committed to their clients—even if remote workouts certainly were not what they envisioned when they started off the year. While they offer other classes, including treadmill and group training, their cycle classes are a constant fan favorite.
6 Linden St., Reading, 791-790-2386, treadreading.com
The Inner Cycle
The staff at The Inner Cycle never expected to be spinning virtually, but spinning virtually is exactly what they did. With some quick thinking and strategizing, they were able to rent bikes to clients for the duration of the closure. They also offered a full virtual Zoom schedule of classes both on and off the bike. They have also taken this time to launch IC on Demand where clients can take advantage of virtual classes. Taking pride in being a part of their local community, they also hosted a live benefit ride with all proceeds donated to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund.
377 Cabot St., Beverly, 978-969-2349, innercyclestudio.com