Vibe Ride Detroit says it will open its doors to the public on Saturday, July 20 during an event that will showcase the space, preview the studio’s cycling classes, and introduce its instructor team.
The new studio is a 2,500-square-foot fitness facility that features premium sound and high-tech lighting components, innovative workouts, and a corporate wellness program.
The studio is located in Greektown at 1026 Randolph St., the main level of the 1001 Brush St. parking structure. It is the first location outside of Atlanta.
Vibe Ride encourages its members to define fitness for themselves by building a community dedicated to consistent improvement. The studio will specialize in indoor cycling while offering barre, TRX training, body sculpting, and yoga, among other group classes.
The classes will focus on high-energy, high-impact workouts and include live DJs, music videos, real-time performance data, and aromatherapy.
New York/New Jersey-based Think Wilder Architecture and Farmington Hills-based Braun Construction Group lead the architecture, design, and construction of the new facility.
Latirica Wilder, a Detroit native and fitness professional, is the owner and operations manager of the studio. While living and attending group fitness classes in cities such as Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, and New York, Wilder realized the vacancy of many of her favorite boutique classes and studios in her hometown.
“I want Vibe Ride Detroit to be a nonjudgmental space that is accessible to diverse audiences, inclusive of all races, sexual preferences, income levels, body types, and fitness levels,” says Wilder. “Our goal is to fill a void in the market while giving back to the community that gave so much to me.”
The studio was created in partnership with Bedrock Realty Group. The public grand opening event will take place from 2-6 p.m. at the studio. Guests are asked to RSVP here. More information about the studio is available here.