Cycling studio joining Meeting Street retail scene

By Ashley Barker
Published Dec. 18, 2013

An indoor cycling studio will open in January at 441 Meeting St., according to a news release.

Revolution will open a 2,300-square-foot studio in the commercial ground floor space of Elan Midtown boutique apartments. The studio will offer a full-body workout, driven by music and lighting, to customers of all fitness level and experience, the company said.

Lindsay Rodbell, Revolution co-founder and College of Charleston graduate, said the city has always had a special place in her heart.

“After living in Charleston, I fell in love with the focus on a local, healthy lifestyle, so I wanted to bring another great way to celebrate this unique city,” Rodbell said, in a statement.

The Charleston studio will be open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., and more locations are expected to open across the Southeast.

“We are so much more than a spin studio,” said co-founder Eric Feather, in a statement. “We are a way to completely revolutionize your lifestyle and make fitness fun by combining the work of a personal trainer, through our specially trained instructors, with the electrifying atmosphere of a dance club.”

Nick Oram, a fitness trainer and cycling instructor, is also a co-founder.

The studio is opening in a 200-unit apartment complex that has 6,887 square feet of retail space on its ground floor. The complex was developed by Greystar Real Estate Development.

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