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Flywheel is popping up in Southampton this summer


FlywheelThis summer, you may be able to get to your Flywheel class without wasting half of a beach day stuck on Montauk Highway.

The indoor cycling brand just announced it’s opening a pop-up studio in Southampton in mid-June, spreading out its Hamptons presence conveniently in three locations from west to east (Southampton, Sag Harbor, and East Hampton).

The pop-up, open through Labor Day, is taking over the former Evolution Fitness space at 33 Hill Street, where it’ll have most of the trademarks of a full Flywheel studio—like free shoes, water, and towels, plus lockers, showers, and retail—minus the usual stadium-style seating. Instructors (who jitney in from Manhattan on an alternating basis) will rotate between the three studios.

You’ll still have to brave the traffic if you’re more of a FlyBarre person, though, since the barre class is only offered in the East Hampton location thus far. Plan accordingly…and maybe grab a green juice to hold you over on the ride back. —Lisa Elaine Held

For more information, visit www.flywheelsports.com

(Photo: Flywheel)