Charlie, our studio mascot, had a few things she wanted to share with all you Recyclists out there. There are lots of exciting things happening with the opening of RS Boston Common, so we just want to share some updates with everyone!
The Door Policy: We open the doors 20 minutes before each ride. This gives the front desk staff enough time to set up the studio and still gives riders plenty of time to change and set up their bikes. Please plan accordingly so you’re not left out in the lovely weather that Boston has been gracing us with.
Don’t Fear the Waitlist: We know the classes have been filling up like crazy lately. Don’t be afraid to show up at the studio if you’re on a waitlist. We do open up bikes 3 minutes before class and there’s a good chance you’ll be able to snag a saddle. The new studio should alleviate some of these issues and assure that everyone gets a chance to get their sweat on!
Speaking of the New Studio: We are set to open March 1st at 9 Newbury Street! All instructors will be teaching at both locations, and both schedules will reflect similar times to the current schedule. Keep your eyes peeled as we will be posting the updated schedules soon!
Unlimited Packages: To ensure that everyone gets ample time in the saddle, riders are asked to take a max of 2 classes a day. Our hard-working Recyclistas will make sure you get the sweat you need and if you’re looking for a greater challenge, try one of our 60-minute Advanced or Power Hour Rides, or sign up for some…
Extra Toning off the Bike: Christina, Emily, Melinda and Rachele are available for training at the new studio. We have lots of new equipment and a dedicated training area (no more crunches in the dressing rooms!) If you’re interested in a little extra umph off the bike, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find the right package and trainer for you.
Get in the Zone: As always, we ask that you please leave your cell phones upstairs when taking class. We really want you to unplug and focus on your workout. Having a cell phone in class is not only a distraction to you, but to other riders as well.
Phew. We think that covers it. If you have any additional questions, please email email@example.com or
peek under the desk and wake up Charlie…