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Fitness studio aims to merge spinning class with bus

Posted on June 14, 2016

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LONDON — A London-based fitness studio,1Rebel, hopes to transform a London bus into a mobile spinning studio, Huffington Post U.K. reported.

If the plans get signed off by the government, it will launch its new class "Ride2Rebel" later this year. The 45-minute classes will cost $17 to $21, and the bus will travel along the most popular commuter routes in London, according to the report.

The unusual idea was developed by the co-founders of 1Rebel, James Balfour and Giles Dean. “It is an absolute no brainer for us that we can create more efficiency in people’s routines by transforming their commute," said Balfour. For the full story, click here.

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