The North End Is Getting an Indoor Cycling Studio

Ride North End is opening soon on Commercial Street.

Melina making juice. Photo provided.

Melina making juice. Photo provided.

The most famous ride in the North End is obviously Paul Revere’s, but that isn’t stopping Melina DiPaola from giving Ride North End a new meaning. DiPaola, the owner of e.t.c. Juicery, is finally making her juice shop a true brick and mortar, while also bringing an indoor cycling studio to the neighborhood.

The combo shop, set to open at 420 Commercial Street, is currently under construction. Appropriately called, Ride North End, the studio will feature state-of-the-art bikes taking riders on a journey with hills, sprints, jumps, tap backs, push-ups, and what the website says is “vividly imaged courses designed to challenge the body and clear the mind.”

While the North End already has fabulous yoga, having an indoor cycling studio open in the neighborhood provides some fitness variety and will be a welcome addition to the historic community. Plus, how else are you going to work off all those cannolis?

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