NEW YORK, NY (BRAIN)—Cadence Cycling and Multisport Centers opened its Manhattan training facility and began giving media-exclusive tours earlier this week.
The full-scale training center is in the heart of Tribeca, near the West Side Highway bike path. The flagship location integrates classic modern styling and chic Tribeca design with comprehensive training services and a level of personal service and attention reminiscent of a luxury spa.
Biomechanical services, on-site physiological testing, health, weight loss and nutrition consultations and indoor training equipment including a pool are housed in the 10,200-square-foot center.
Cadence’s training center also includes retail and lounge areas featuring bicycle frame brands Cyfac, BMC, Cervelo, Wilier and Kuota. Cadence also offers a selection of wheelsets and components, companion apparel and products as well as wetsuits from Zoot and Orca.
Certified technicians provide mechanical services in a Formula One quality work bay. In addition, Cadence provides home delivery of all purchased products and client-site bicycle fittings. Valet bike service is also available, allowing clients to store bicycles at the facility and pick them up at their convenience.
Classes are offered daily by Cadence’s staff of athletes and coaching professionals. The Manhattan center also offers an onsite European-influence café that opens daily at 6:30 a.m. and serves pastries by Balthazar, sandwiches by Eli’s Manhattan coffee from La Columbe, and a variety of energy and endurance snacks and supplements.
“No other facility in the world offers Cadence’s personalized, world-class training with this level of upscale and unique environment,” said Matt Heitmann, president and co-founder of Cadence Cycling and Multisport Centers. “Cadence’s flagship Tribeca location provides a professional staff and a level of service and products that cater to the taste, experience, and demands of New Yorkers as well as athletes worldwide.”
Cadence Multisport and Cycling Centers has a second location in Manayunk, Pennsylvania. —Lynette Carpiet