Cycle Scene opens state-of-the-art Studio in Ashburn
After months of planning and research, Cycle Scene, a new high-tech cycling studio opened Jan. 12 at 44190 Waxpool Road, Suite 127, in Ashburn.
“I wanted to make spinning a lot better,” Jenn Sharman said. “This studio is nothing like I have seen before.”
The 6,000-square-foot space was designed with the help of Barbara Hoots, president of Indoor Cycle Design, who is known for designing cycling studios around the country.
“Barbara helps cycle centers be the best they can be to ‘wow’ their audience. We took all of her advice and did what she suggested,” Sharman said.
The experience includes a high-tech sound system and professional LED lighting, two 75-inch display monitors for virtual rides, 60 custom built bikes and a 40-foot landscape wall mural. There are 12 showers with spa-grade amenities, digital lockers, complimentary towels and filtered water stations.
In addition to a state-of-the-art cycling studio, Cycle Scene offers a second fitness studio for strength and core training. Sharman says they are looking to partner with yoga instructors to add to the workout experience.
“Combination rides featuring a combination of cycling and body sculpting will provide the ultimate workout for those who are short on time and want maximum benefits,” Sharman said.
Sharman notes that people should not be intimidated to give cycling a try, adding that the class is as difficult as you want it to be.
“We believe people should lift one another up regardless of fitness levels, and it’s how we motivate and inspire that will make our riders take notice and enjoy the Cycle Scene difference,” said Sharman.
Jenn and Clay Sharman also own Sport Bounce of Loudoun, located off Loudoun County Parkway in Ashburn, which opened in 2008.
For more information, or to register for a class online, visit http://www.cyclescene.com.
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