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Last Chance for Free Classes and Discounted “Founders Package” at CycleBar Livingston

Access to discounts of 40% off of normal monthly unlimited rides for up to 12 months through the “Founders Package” will also expire Sunday Credits: Oliver Collier
Free “CycleBlast” classes are set to run until Sunday, September 24. Credits: Oliver Collier

LIVINGSTON, NJ— The new Livingston-based indoor cycling franchise, CycleBar, invites the Livingston community and beyond to take part in the last few days of its opening-month celebration. Free “CycleBlast” classes are set to run until Sunday, Sept. 24. CycleBar Livingston is located  To reserve your free seat now Click Here.

Access to discounts of 40-percent off of normal monthly unlimited rides for up to 12 months through the “Founders Package” will also expire Sunday.

“The discounted price is $119 compared to our regular price of $199," said Delvin Burton, who co-owns the franchise with his wife, Charlotte. "This pricing only is available in studio only and expires on Sept. 24, 2017.” CycleBar Livingston is next door to the Olive Garden at The Shoppes at the Livingston; located on 277 Eisenhower Pkwy, Livingston, NJ 07039.  

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For more information about the “Founders Package” Click Here

To contact CycleBar Livingston please email:  livingston@cyclebar.com or call 973.320.3169 

                                                                                             

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

 

                                                                                   

 

 

 

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