SoulCycle, one of the hottest fitness trends on the coasts, is coming to Denver — for one weekend only.
The indoor cycling company known for its cult-like following is joining
forces with Target Corp. to bring its high-intensity spin classes to 10 cities across the country over the next two months. Denver gets its chance Jan. 29-31.
Certified SoulCycle instructors will teach six free classes a day during the three-day pop-up experience. SoulCycle's signature 45-minute classes — set to candlelight and loud music — typically cost $30-34.
Registration for the Denver classes opens at 1 p.m. Jan. 22 at soul-cycle.com/target. Classes are expected to fill up quickly.
All classes will be held at a separate location, not inside Target stores, according to a Target spokeswoman. A pop-up shop, featuring Target x SoulCycle workout apparel and other wellness products, will also be offered.
Other stops on SoulCycle-Target tour include Washington, D.C., Houston, Atlanta, Nashville, Miami, Chicago, Minneapolis and Los Angeles.