La Jolla couple open indoor cycling studio

The cycling studio at Breakaway Cycle features all new equipment -Shelli DeRobertis

Couple opens unique indoor cycling center in La Jolla

By Shelli DeRobertis
Wanna spin? A new business opened June 28 at 7777 Faye Ave., Suite G 1 that caters to those who want to pedal away calories at an indoor cycling studio.
Breakaway Cycle used to house a fitness studio before new owners Jon Halberg and his wife, Susan, completely remodeled the interior.

“We built the whole experience for indoor cycling. The facility is unique to San Diego County,” Jon Halberg said, noting the boutique studio is outfitted with state-of-the-art lighting.

“The room itself is an amazing ambience to be in for cycling,” Halberg added.

The studio has 30 exercise bikes, and while participants “spin,” to upbeat music, the instructor can choose to rotate different colors of lights throughout the room.

At the start of each class, a fresh towel and bottle of water are ready for each guest.

Breakaway Cycle also has special latching shoes for rent or cages on the bike pedals to use for those who bring their own shoes.

The men’s and women’s showers are stocked with toiletries, and Halberg said the best part about ending the 60-minute workout is getting a chilled, scented-Eucalyptus towel.
He said that people who create an online account can get their first class for free.

Registering online also allows people an opportunity to choose the bike they want.

For more details, visit www.breakawaycycle.com

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