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Cyclebar owners James Moller, Katherine Faubion, and Shelby Faubion.
Cyclebar owners James Moller, Katherine Faubion, and Shelby Faubion.

Southern Denton County residents will soon have the chance to try one of the nation’s newest fitness trends—for free—with the opening of a CycleBar indoor cycling facility in Flower Mound, located at 2550 Cross Timbers Road, Suite 136, in the River Walk at Central Park.

Combining a high-energy workout with a concert-like atmosphere and luxury amenities, CycleBar is the first facility of its kind in North Texas and the first of 22 franchises slated to open in Texas this year.

As part of its grand opening celebration, CycleBar Flower Mound is inviting the community to enjoy a complimentary 50-minute class.

All you need to do is go online to reserve a bike among the free classes offered between Thursday, February 4th, and Saturday, February 13th.

North Texas entrepreneurs James Moller and Shelby and Katherine Faubion are behind CycleBar Flower Mound. The group said they wanted to bring a new, fun way to maintain a healthy lifestyle and was attracted to CycleBar’s energetic, affordable and inspiring approach to fitness.

“The unique 20-day grand opening celebration with 100 free classes and with all the equipment needed provides a tremendous opportunity for people to try out a cycling class,” said Katherine Faubion. “Our instructors are fabulous at helping first-timers feel comfortable and safe as well as pushing experienced riders to enhance their performance.”

CycleBar’s classes take place in a tiered-level studio with 50 bikes, and are led by instructors who take riders through a 30-, 50- or 75-minute high-energy class.

All rides can be reserved online to ensure your favorite bike, teacher or class.

The interactive studio environment features LED lighting, wide-screen graphics and a DJ booth with enhanced sound. Every class playlist is original and never played twice.

After each class, riders receive an email with links to the playlist and to view and track performance data.

CycleBar offers a pay-per-class model with no membership. Riders pay per ride or purchase bundled packs; rides range from $14-$21 each, with grand opening specials that will further reduce the price.

Amenities include towels, showers, lockers, shoes, towelettes, fresh fruit, filtered water and a proprietary aromatherapy blend.

“CycleBar is an innovative concept that goes far beyond a workout or typical cycling class,” said Moller. “It is an immersive, thrilling, communal experience. We want CycleBar to become a lifestyle habit for our entire community.”

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