Live Band Cycling Classes at the Ypsi Studio

. May 5, 2016.
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Indoor cycling classes are going to the next level at Ypsi Studio with live music. That’s right, as the class is being taught, cyclers will be treated to the musical stylings of Fangs and Twang. The event will be on May 12 at 5:45 and 7pm, but each class has room for just 12 riders, so spots must be reserved as soon as possible. The first event of its kind in the area will be documented and tickets are $12 for drop in, $5 with punch. Pedal your way into a new exercise enviorment that is sure to stimulate the ears and legs.

Thursday, May 12
5:45 PM | 7:00 PM
$12 Drop IN | $5 Punch
​Ypsi Studio
208 W. Michigan Ave, Ypsilanti 
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