Harlem’s Only Boutique Indoor Cycling Studio Encourages Harlem To Finish The Year Strong

Harlem Cycle, the first and only boutique indoor cycling studio to offer a rigorous fitness experience in the heart of Harlem. Harlem Cycle, owned and operated by Tammeca Rochester, specializes in helping individuals improve their physical and mental well-being through detailed cardio sessions. Daily classes range from an ultimate conditioning ride to the signature one-hour class where clients are pushed through traditional cycling as well as 30-minute off bike core and strength exercises. Located at 2350 Adam Clayton Powell Junior Boulevard, (137 & 138 streets). Harlem Cycle is open 7 days a week, from 6:30am-8:30PM. At $25 per class offers the best get fit music covering genres from soul, reggae, salsa and hip hop.

Rochester, is a former corporate executive at Colgate Palmolive, turned entrepreneur who believes her neighborhood finally deserves a holistic approach to wellness. “Today everyone lives a fast-paced life juggling work, family and friends often at the cost of their individual health and well being. Harlem Cycle is here to create a supportive environment where you can have fun while pushing yourself physically all with the goal of getting back to being your best self. Many people don’t know the health benefits from taking spin classes; everything from stress/anxiety relief, joint and tendon health, cardiovascular endurance and bliss. At Harlem Cycle, our playlist has the best grooves from soul to reggae,” says Tammeca. And with the holidays right around the corner, Tammeca wants to encourage everyone to not wait till the New Year, but “finish the year Strong”. “The best gift you can give yourself or the person you love is a healthy future”. Harlem Cycle is open throughout the holidays making sure all families get a chance to close out the year working towards a better 2018.

Unlike other cycling studios, Harlem Cycle—a minority owned and operated establishment—is committed to providing an approachable, non-competitive, community environment. This distinct ethos can be seen through the studio’s four core principles: Culture, Convenience, Commitment and Community. Harlem residents deserve the very best in holistic health and fitness options.

Now, with Harlem Cycle, they have them!

To learn more about Harlem Cycle, visit their website, www.harlem-cycle.com.

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