BUHS grad runs indoor cycling studio

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SOUTH BURLINGTON — On June 5, REV Indoor Cycling relocated to 10 Farrell Street in South Burlington from their previous location in Burlington's South End District. The new spacious and modern studio is equipped with amenities including locker rooms, showers, towel service, water, coffee, a group fitness room, and bike racks. REV is conveniently located at the corner of Swift and Farrell Streets near Route 7 and Interstate 89.



Established in 2012, REV is Vermont's premier indoor cycling studio. Their mission is to offer unparalleled indoor cycling rides with motivational music and inspiring instructors. REV offers a variety of cycling classes daily, seven days a week. All classes are led by trained and experienced instructors in a no judgment environment. At REV, they believe anyone and everyone can enjoy indoor cycling.



Sarah DeGray, who is a 2002 Brattleboro Union High School graduate, is the CEO & Founder of REV Indoor Cycling.



Indoor cycling is a popular form of exercise with classes focusing on endurance, strength and intervals that include both high intensity and recovery. Indoor cycling involves an exercise bicycle equipped with a weighted flywheel, an adjustable resistance knob to modify the difficulty of pedaling, specially shaped handlebars, and multiple seat and handle bar adjustments for a customized fit for every rider. The weighted flywheel simulates a "road" feel and allows riders to simulate outdoor terrain by increasing or decreasing resistance. The pedals are double-sided and equipped with both "cages" to accept sneakers and "clipless" attachments for SPD cycling cleats.



For more information, or to register for classes, visit www.revindoor.com.

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