Flywheel Sports Inc., New York, announced on May 30 it was expanding to the Denver market with a new studio located within the city's historic Union Station.
The 4,294-square-foot studio, called Flywheel Union Station, is expected to open by the end of summer 2018, according to a media release.
"Denver is such a vibrant and energetic city, and we couldn't be more excited to bring all Flywheel has to offer to this thriving community," Flywheel CEO Sarah Robb O'Hagan said in the release. "Whether athletes visit us for stadium cycling or Precision Training, or bring our experience home, we can't wait to help them meet and exceed their goals."
The studio will feature two fitness rooms: a 54-bike cycling area and a Precision Training studio with strength-related amenities and multipurpose event space.
Flywheel Union Station's Precision Training studio will be among the first Flywheel spaces to offer FlyFIT, or Functional Intense Training. The HIIT-inspired, off-the-bike workout features weights and various drills to build full-body muscle.
Flywheel's standard lineup of classes—Method, Power and Tempo—will all be offered at Flywheel Union Station.
The new studio will also feature a dedicated showroom for Flywheel's FLY Anywhere bike. This is part of the brand's new strategy to market at-home bikes to consumers.
Flywheel Union Station marks the brand's 42nd American studio.
In 2017, the company appointed Robb O'Hagan, the former president of Equinox, as its new CEO.