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CycleBar expanding to Spokane with spin studio on the South Hill

UPDATED: Fri., Jan. 17, 2020

Irvine, California-based CycleBar, a boutique indoor spin class studio, is entering the Spokane market with a location on the South Hill.

A preliminary application filed with the city indicates plans to build a 2,200-square-foot building with a cycle theater, lobby and a locker room on the southeast corner of 29th Avenue and Fiske Street.

The project architect is Spokane Valley-based Watson & Herres. The project is valued at $750,000, according to an application filed with the city.

CycleBar, which offers a cycling experience similar to SoulCycle and Flywheel, was founded in 2004 by siblings Bill Pryor and Alex Kimmer.

CycleBar has more than 200 franchised indoor cycling studios nationwide, including a location in Coeur d’Alene.

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