Health & Fitness

CycleBar touts ‘high energy’ indoor exercise experience in Roseville

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CycleBar, which bills itself as “a boutique studio offering a premium indoor cycling experience,” opened Thursday in Roseville.

The studio at 701 Pleasant Grove Blvd., Suite 190, is the Cincinnati-based chain’s first in the greater Sacramento region.

With high-energy music, visuals and instructors part of what it calls a “rhythm-based cycling experience,” CycleBar offers workout options for a wide range of fitness levels.

“We are excited to bring this high-energy experience to the Placer County region and welcome riders from surrounding areas to try this workout and see just how fun indoor cycling can be,” said Briana Telford, general manager of CycleBar Roseville.

CycleBar noted that it does not require a monthly membership or long-term contracts, but instead offers a variety of options, including a pay-per-class system.

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  • Allen Edmonds, 1151 Galleria Blvd., Suite 1060, in the Westfield Galleria, Roseville: The Wisconsin-based shoe manufacturer and retailer opened in the Roseville shopping mall on April 26.
  • Selland’s Market-Cafe, 915 Broadway, Sacramento: On April 28, Selland Family Restaurants opened the largest of its local market-cafe eateries with about 7,400 square feet and indoor/outdoor seating capacity of more than 200. It will open on Sundays starting May 28 with a brunch menu and a “spaghetti Sunday” dinner menu.
  • KoJa Kitchen, 4210 Rocklin Road, Rocklin: Specializing in Korean-Japanese fusion dishes, the eatery opened April 28. This is the first Sacramento-area site for the chain, which has multiple restaurants in the Bay Area.
  • Sweet Puffs Ice Cream, 8469 Elk Grove Blvd., Elk Grove: The shop with a unique take on ice cream sandwiches celebrated its grand opening with various giveaways on April 29.
  • The Brass Tap, 5150 Commons Drive, Suite 101, in the Rocklin Commons shopping complex at Interstate 80 and Sierra College Boulevard, Rocklin: The Tampa, Fla.-based chain touts dozens of beers on tap and scores of bottled beers. Its Rocklin craft beer bar is scheduled to open Monday.
  • 524 Mexican Restaurant, 524 12th St., Sacramento: The longtime downtown Sacramento stop for Mexican cuisine closed on April 28.

Open & Shuttered, a rundown of recently opened and closed businesses in the Sacramento area, will appear periodically in The Bee's Sunday Business section.

Mark Glover: 916-321-1184, @markhglover