CycleBar is Collegeville’s newest fitness center. They offer a fun, full-body cycle-based workout.
- Mark and Kerryann Cordivari, owners
- 222 E. Main St. Collegeville Shopping Center (map it)
- (484) 750-6100
- E-mail [email protected]
- Website | Facebook | Instagram
- Current hours: Currently open before and after work hours on weekdays, and on mornings on the weekends.
CycleBar’s main health advantages are that it is a full-body low impact workout. Riders can enjoy the music and camaraderie, have a good ride, and a good cardio workout. They can tailor their workout by adding weights for a full body impact. If riders have knee, other joint or back issues, this workout is for them. And the studio offers different levels of classes. Some are more competitive.
CycleBar instructors are all trained to watch everyone’s form and keep them safe during each session. Riders are helped to be set up properly on the cycles and encouraged to use good form during the class. They are also helped to stay hydrated, and cool down and stretch out at the end of the class.
Riders enjoy working out to carefully curated playlists in CycleBar’s brand new studio. The space is equipped with a top-of-the-line sound system in an acoustically engineered room. The instructors control the temperature for optimum comfort and the lighting to enhance the cycling experience.
CycleBar: A welcoming, fun culture providing a “kickass” workout.
Owner Mark Cordivari, a career aerospace and defense general management executive, explored franchise opportunities while searching for a new corporate role in his industry. While previously working in California, Mark had enjoyed cycling, and he focused on boutique fitness and cycling franchises.
He found himself impressed with the leadership of Xponential Fitness, particularly the CycleBar studio franchise, and decided to start one in the Philly suburbs. He chose the Collegeville Shopping Center for its proximity to his new house in Limerick, for Collegeville’s demographics, and the shopping center’s health focus. In addition to Rascal’s Fitness, Kimberton Whole Foods and Pivot Physical Therapy, there are three other Xponential Fitness businesses there: StretchLab, Collegeville Pilates, and YogaSix.
He hired Kerri Noonan who lives in Collegeville and had previously worked at a CycleBar in Plymouth Meeting, as his general manager.
“CycleBar is a place for everyone, and the vibe we have here makes every single member feel comfortable, welcomed, and special,” explains Kerri. “We are a safe, accepting, fun space. You may arrive by yourself, but at the end of your first cycle ride, you leave with not only a great workout but three new friends! New students just need to bring themselves—we provide the rest, including a safe and motivating climate for a fun workout.”
“At CycleBar, your first ride is always on us. We earn your business. We also offer new rider discounts that are not advertised on our website. You can reach us by phone or e-mail or download the CycleBar app. The best days to just stop in are on the weekends. Come try us out!”