Rukus Cycling Studios, a first-to-state boutique indoor cycle concept, has officially opened classes to the public at the new mixed-use community Edge on the Beltline.
In celebration of its grand opening, Rukus Cycling is offering unlimited complimentary rides now through May 31.
“Wellness has become one of Atlanta’s most distinguishing characteristics as evidenced by the high volume of pedestrian traffic around the city,” Steve Elliott, owner of Rukus Cycling Studios at Edge, said in the announcement.
“The eye-catching location of Rukus at Edge will attract residents as well as passersby interested in experiencing an innovative new workout. Our team is eager to be in the midst of such great company.”
Rukus Cycling is situated in a 2,615-square-foot space next to Shake Shack along the Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside Trail.
The Orlando, Florida-headquartered company offers live 30, 45 or 60-minute rides, each curated with the personal touch of world-class CyclePro instructors.
The classes not only focus on cardio, but also seek to strengthen the upper body using “Rukus Resistance Bands.”
In addition to regularly scheduled classes, each Rukus location includes an “on-demand” room with Peloton bikes and a selection of Live and Encore rides available for members to join digitally.
“Rukus’ immersive CycleArena features a RukusScore system displaying live statistics, including power, mileage, heart rate and more,” according to the announcement.
“The scoring system awards points to riders competing with fellow classmates.”
Rukus at Edge features several amenities for members such as showers, shoes, and lockers.
Edge residents will also receive a discount on memberships.
Within the next two months, Edge will welcome two additional food and beverage establishments, Hazel Jane’s Wine & Coffee by Revelator Coffee and Chef Kevin Gillespie’s Cold Beer.
The mixed-use community features 350 multifamily apartments, 10 percent of which are dedicated to workforce housing, and 27,000 square feet of retail dining and loft office space fronting the Atlanta BeltLine.
North American Properties is the developer and Vantage Realty Partners owns the retail component of the development and handles retail leasing.
Matrix Residential is the property management firm.