There are no SoulCycle studios in the Indianapolis area, but if you ever wanted to try a class now you can because the indoor cycling studio chain, is now selling an at-home stationary bike, along with a subscription for streamable classes. The new bike seems to be similar to the one offered by Peloton and will cost $2,500, with streaming services for $40 a month with the new Variis app.
With everyone around the world staying close to home, it might be time to upgrade your home workouts. You can try the SoulCycle at-home bike for 30 days and if for any reason you decide it’s not a good fit, you can return it, with no hassle according to the website.
The SoulCycle at-home bike is powered by Variis, a transformative fitness platform that enables you to stream your favorite workouts from the best brands in fitness—on demand. After your pre-order deposit is placed, you’ll get access to an early release of the Variis app!
Pre-order for the new bike opened in March for select cities and will give you access to the best brands in fitness—on-demand—including Equinox, SoulCycle, Pure Yoga, Precision Run, Myodetox, and HeadStrong.
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✨ Imagine experiencing everything you love about SoulCycle—from the comfort of your home. Good news: You don’t have to dream much longer. ✨ #soulcycleeverywhere The SoulCycle at-home bike, in partnership with Equinox Media through @variis, brings you more of the best brands in fitness, on demand. Pre-order begins this Friday in select markets.Tap the link in bio to read more ⬆️
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SoulCycle is a New York City-based fitness company owned by Equinox Group which offers indoor cycling workout classes. It was founded in 2006 and has since expanded beyond the United States to Canada and the United Kingdom.
SoulCycle and Equinox are hugely popular in major metropolitan areas and have both built loyal followings — despite last summer’s controversy about Stephen Ross, an Equinox investor, holding a fundraiser for President Trump’s re-election campaign.
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