This month’s front cover features the owners of CycleBar: Lee Oesterling and Kirsten Rickers. CycleBar is the
latest unique boutique fitness studio to open in East Cobb, and Kirsten and Lee hope to give its patrons an out-of-gym experience by immersing their clients in an indoor athletic atmosphere not seen before in East Cobb. CycleBar is East Cobb’s newest community gathering spot for families and friends to take a spin, meet new people and have fun. Kirsten and Lee are offering a low-impact cardio workout in an environment that is anything but the usual gym setting. They guarantee that hard core exercise haters or those just bored with their current routine will love the experience indoor cycling provides.
Kirsten and Lee are also committed to giving back to the community in a big way through their CycleGiving program. Nonprofit organizations are encouraged to take over the studio on weekends for fundraisers. Charities gather the riders, who pay for the ride and 100% of the funds go back to the organization. They are proud of their support of Good Mews, the ALS Foundation, the Atlanta 2-Day Breast Cancer Walk and many other worthy causes. You can read more about CycleBar on page 6. Or if you want to put a positive spin on your New Year’s resolutions, visit CycleBar in the Parkaire Landing shopping center, 4880 Lower Roswell Road in Marietta/East Cobb.
Front cover photo taken by Michael Drewitz of Michael’s Photography. This article originally appeared in the January issue of the EAST COBBER magazine, on page 4. Click HERE to access the digital edition.