REV’D Indoor Cycling is Now OPEN at Derby Street Shops

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Derby Street Shops announces its first fitness studio, the locally owned Rev'd Indoor Cycling, is now open. The new studio, with state of the art lighting and sound, immerses riders in an athletic and inspiring fitness experience. Rev’d offers the industry's most high-end equipment, top instructors, and over 40 customized indoor bikes complete with pedals ready for riders to clip-in. Post-sweat, riders have access to fully-furnished changing rooms, recovery protein bars and personal storage. Rev'd Indoor Cycling is located just behind the big red doors, right next to B.GOOD.

Rev'd provides the South Shore community with a supportive culture and highly motivating instruction. Its new studio at Derby Street features its signature Rev’d Ride, a 45 minute athletically-challenging, body-changing workout. In classic Rev’d fashion, the new studio offers a comfortable, encouraging, and inclusive environment for people of all ages, genders, and fitness levels. Classes are technique-driven and take place in a screen-free room, allowing riders to truly be present and focused on the experience, the rhythm, and the movements.

“We are beyond excited to take our relationship with Derby Street Shops to the next level! We have had a long-standing relationship with Derby Street and have seen much success with our partnership in the past,” says Meaghan St Marc, Owner of Rev’d Indoor Cycling.

“While we have a robust outdoor fitness series, we have been determined to have a local and on-trend fitness pioneer call Derby Street home. Rev’d Indoor Cycling is a perfect fit that truly speaks to our wellness minded customers. We're kicking off 2020 with one of the best workouts in town!” says Sherri Schuler, General Manager of Derby Street Shops.

For more information about Rev’d Indoor Cycling, visit and follow @revdcycling on Instagram and @RevdCycle on Facebook.

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