City-dwellers, your commute to the 'burbs for one of the best rides in Boston just got a heck of a lot shorter.
Rev'd Indoor Cycling is finally taking their talents to the city by opening their fourth studio at Copley Place: Rev’d CPL!
Since opening their flagship studio in Dedham in 2014, Rev'd Indoor Cycling has taken the Boston-area cycling scene by storm.
Their mission is and has always been to center their signature ride around the most important person in the room: the rider. What's more, they offer a comfortable, encouraging, and inclusive environment for people of all ages, genders, and fitness levels. There’s just one rule at Rev’d, and it’s to keep your cell in the cubbies — classes take place in a screen-free room, allowing riders to truly be present and focused on the experience, the rhythm, and the movements. It’s the off-the-grid, social media-free session you need.
The methods behind their refreshing vibe are simple — from the inviting “hello” greeting from the front desk to the upbeat, encouraging instructors (who make sure to know your name) to the inclusiveness of the rider community they have built throughout the years, you'll quickly understand why they’re so successful. The speed of their growth and their engaged social followers solidify the brand, demonstrating why riders have been willing to travel from Boston and beyond to sweat it out with this amazing crew.
Another milestone: their first Boston-proper studio is expected to be Rev'd Indoor Cycling's largest to date. Spanning a roughly 3,000-square-foot space within Copley Place and neighboring nearby Neiman Marcus, the Copley studio will include a single room with approximately 50 bikes, as well as fully-furnished locker rooms with showers.
“Rev’d is beyond excited to be officially joining the Boston Fitness scene,” shares Meaghan St. Marc, instructor and co-owner of Rev’d Indoor Cycling. It’s a long time coming for this Boston hub, she continued: “We have been cranking out incredible classes for the last 4 1/2 years in Boston’s suburbs and cannot wait to bring our style and movement to the city!"
While the CPL studio doors aren’t open just yet, stay tuned for their upcoming pre-opening events. Though, as a development, in addition to Back Bay's own studio coming fall 2019, leases have also been signed for the Derby Street Shoppes in Hingham and Thayer Street in Providence (get excited, Brown students). It just keeps getting better.