“We are so thrilled to be opening in Montauk this summer,” expressed Gabby Etrog Cohen, Vice President of Public Relations and Brand Strategy. “SoulCycle has been a major fixture in riders’ summer schedules since our Bridgehampton studio opened in 2007 – we’re excited to continue that out in Montauk.”
With current locations in Bridgehampton, East Hampton, and Water Mill, SoulCycle, the full-body indoor cycling studio, is set to expand its Hamptons reach even further this summer with the addition of a fourth East End studio in Montauk. SoulCycle has been a major fixture on the Hamptons fitness scene since the debut of the Bridgehampton studio in 2007. The celebrity favorite counts Jake Gyllenhaal, Kelly Ripa, Lena Dunham, Katie Holmes, Lady Gaga, and Molly Sims as fans.
For its newest location, Soulcycle has transformed the historic old Montauk movie theatre into a 67-bike studio, complete with a SoulCycle lifestyle boutique featuring SoulCycle’s original clothing line. For a caffeine boost, cyclers can enjoy the SoulCycle debut of fair trade cold brew coffee from Red Thread Good. Crafted in New York, the female-owned company donates 2 cents for every serving to organizations devoted to providing healthy, nutrient-rich food to people in need.
The Montauk studio is set to open the last weekend of May. Classes are $40 per session.
The Bridgehampton studio will open for the season on Saturday, May 2nd, and the Water Mill and East Hampton studios will start to operate on a full schedule starting Friday, June 26th.
SoulCycle Montauk is located at 15 South Edgemere Road in Montauk. For more information, visit www.soul-cycle.com.