CycleBar Henderson Officially Opens With Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Maria and Gregorio Serrata receive proclamation from City of Henderson Councilwoman Gerri Schroder
CycleBar celebrated the opening of its first Nevada location at The District in Henderson today with a ribbon cutting ceremony and proclamation announcing Feb. 16 as “CycleBar Henderson Day.” CycleBar Henderson owners Gregorio and Maria Serrata joined City of Henderson Councilwoman Gerri Schroder along with members of the Henderson Chamber of Commerce and CycleStars for the occasion.
CycleBar comes as part of the new health and beauty focused development at The District which also includes Pressed For Juice, Glo Luxury Nail Lounge, and Drip Doctors. CycleBar Henderson will hold a CycleBlast to celebrate offering 50 free classes over 10 days. From Feb. 23 through March 4, new and experienced riders interested in CycleBar can register to take as many classes as they wish during the CycleBlast. Registration is required by visiting Henderson.CycleBar.com.
“We’re excited for CycleBar coming to The District and helping our economy,” said Councilwoman Schroder. “You are now part of the Henderson family.”
The multisensory tiered CycleTheatre features 48 custom bikes, LED lighting, wide-screen graphics, and advanced audio technology with a DJ booth. CycleBar provides complimentary premium amenities at every visit including a water bottle, towels and cycling shoes.
CycleStar instructors lead participants through a 50-minute high energy, dynamic ride, motivating them to achieve their personal best, regardless of skill level. After class, riders cool down with fresh fruit and enhanced water, while aromatherapy throughout the facility helps guests relax. Riders can also track personal performance data and download the playlist used for free after each session.
CycleBar Henderson owners Gregorio and Maria Serrata are 10-year Las Vegas residents who find time to pursue their fitness goals even while raising their four young children. Maria has finished multiple marathons and was inspired to complete her first triathlon after taking a cycle class. She recently completed a rigorous CycleStar bootcamp and will be teaching at the new location. Gregorio’s passion for fitness began with a dream to compete on “American Ninja Warrior.” While training, he found he was lacking in his cardio skills and discovered his love of indoor cycling, which helped him achieve his dream last year.
“More than 54 million Americans are working out at boutique fitness studios, which makes it the fastest growing sector of the fitness industry,” said Gregorio Serrata. “We wanted to bring a reputable brand that focused on welcoming new people who are typically intimidated by fitness, especially in the boutique fitness market.”
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