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|Run – Bike – Run| powered by CycleBar NoMa
October 29, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Join Potomac River Running DC and CycleBar NoMa for a unique |Run – Bike – Run| event. Participants will meet at the =PR= DC F-street location for a 1.5 mile run to CycleBar Noma to enjoy a high-energy indoor cycling experience. After completing the ride, participants will run 1.5 miles back to =PR= DC for post-workout refreshments.
The run will leave the store at 1:00pm SHARP. The ride will be 50 minutes long. Distance cycled will be dependent on individual effort. Stats are provided during the ride to track performance and leaders. Shoes, water bottles, towels and bananas are provided, so there is no need to bring anything from the run to the ride.
This is a FREE event and spots are LIMITED. All participants MUST RSVP AT THE LINK BELOW to secure a bike at CycleBar NoMa.
With energizing rides tailored to all fitness and experience levels, CycleBar will inspire, motivate, and invigorate you to face your day. From the moment, you’re greeted by our professional and courteous staff, the CycleBar experience is unmatched by any other. Enjoy our luxury amenities, CycleStats® personal performance tracking, CycleBeats® mind-blowing playlists, and invigorating rides led by CycleStar® Instructors, the most inspiring people in the business. We pride ourselves on ensuring the details of your ride are taken care of so you can clip in, clear your mind, dig deep, and Rock Your Ride™.
Fitness and family obsessed brothers, Dan and John, were inspired to partner together on a passion project to open the first CycleBar in a major city. They bring their experience in management, finance, the military and consulting to deliver an unparalleled customer-centric premium indoor cycling experience to NoMa, DC.
About the Instructor, Valerie Willliams:
• Air Force Veteran – 21 years
• Fitness Instructor, Personal Trainer and Nutrition Coach – 14 years’ experience.
• Specialties – Weight Loss, Endurance Training, High Intensity Interval Training, Sport and Exercise Nutrition