FORT LEE, N.J. -- A celebrated New York City "cyclestar" will be a featured instructor at Cyclebar in Fort Lee when it opens in September and Closter when it opens in the fall.
Lisa Niren, one of NYC’s celebrated indoor cycling instructors, is joining CycleBar studios in Fort Lee and Closer, the first two locations of the new fitness cycling studio and franchise.
Niren was a head coach at Peloton Cycle and instructor at Flywheel Sports and currently teaches at Cityrow and The P.E. Club in New York City. She is also a sponsored athlete and brand ambassador for Muscle Elements.
CycleBar’s Bergen County co-owners Marisa Kochnover and Abbey and Steve Braverman say the recruit is indicative of CycleBar’s competitive edge in the indoor cycling world.
“I have always been in awe of Lisa’s skill and consider her a superior instructor,” says Kochnover, who also serves as the Bergen Country’s franchise executive lead instructor. “She is a prelude to the stellar team you will come to expect from us. We can't wait to rock your ride!”
Adds Abbey Braverman, “We couldn't be more thrilled to welcome Lisa Niren to our CycleBar team in Fort Lee and Closter. We adore Lisa's positive energy, superior cycling expertise, dynamic personality and incredible healthy living knowledge. Lisa will shine in our CycleTheaters.”
For her part, Niren considers CycleBar the future of modern cycling: “Fitness is about community - finding it, creating it and cultivating it. I believe the synergy on this team will make us unstoppable. I’m joining a team with a national network, top technology, pristine studios, a variety of ride offerings and a business model that brings the best quality indoor cycling classes to everyone, whatever their location.“
As the first and only indoor cycling franchise, CycleBar celebrates an inaugural year of signing 222 studios in 10 months, held by 120 owners. Fourteen studios are currently open and in full operation, with 100 more expected to launch by the end of 2016.
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