San Antonio boutique fitness studio spins into Alamo Heights
UPDATE: Revolution Indoor Cycling's opening was postponed until February 22, due to the winter storm. The free class offer has been extended until March 31.
A popular San Antonio fitness studio is riding into a new location for the new year. Revolution Indoor Cycling will relocate from its original location in Stone Oak, which closed in March 2020 due to the pandemic, to a new space in Alamo Heights this month.
The Alamo Heights facility will welcome its first guests — and host a grand opening — on Monday, February 15.
“After more than five successful years of Revolution in Stone Oak, we’re excited to announce our relocation to Alamo Heights,” says owner Molly Mandigo in a release. “We’ve built such a great community and our new location will allow us to better serve the Greater San Antonio area.”
The locally owned and operated studio is known for its signature, 45-minute Revolution method workout, which was "developed through years of research and provides riders with a full-body workout driven by motivating and energetic music," notes a release.
The new "state-of-the-art" facility is located at 8418 Broadway, in a space shared with Leija Boxing. The fresh space will also allow Revolution to expand its offerings to include new strength training classes, in addition to cycling, Mandigo notes.
Classes, which are designed to "escape, relax, transform, and have fun," will begin at 9:30 am on Monday, February 15, and a full schedule for the new location is available online.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, COVID-19 protocols are in place. Precautions include contactless check-in, health checks for staff and riders upon arrival, required face coverings in the studio and common areas, maintaining six feet of distance at all times, and regular disinfecting of all high-volume areas.
To celebrate the new space, the studio is offering first-time riders a free class between February 15-March 15. Special monthly memberships ($132) are also available.