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Last month, SoulCycle threw us a curveball and announced they were headed to Bethesda in the fall in addition to their soon-to-open West End studio in Washington, D.C. And today, voila! Bethesda magazine reveals that the upcoming Bethesda studio will be located in the former RiRa space at the Shoppes of Bethesda on Elm Street.
Meanwhile, the Washington Post announces that the District studio is now slated to open in late July and shares some pricing info: each 45-minute session will cost $30 each.
Hey, it's cheaper than New York City, where it looks like a single class is $34. Single classes at the Boston and California SoulCycle location run $30 as well. In D.C., the studios will open with classes at 5 a.m. or 6 a.m. and end with an 8:30 p.m. class, according to the Post.
· SoulCycle to Open in Shoppes of Bethesda [Bethesda Magazine]
· SoulCycle to open first D.C. studio next month [WaPo]
·Hey Bethesda! SoulCycle Is Coming Your Way In The Fall [Racked DC]