New Business: Surge Cycling Opens in Maple Grove
Feb 04, 2016 10:02AM
By Wendy Erlien
Surge Cycling Owners Ken and Zion Anderson.
Whether you’re visiting for the first time or training for a triathlon, Surge Cycling is creating a community of cyclists at their new Maple Grove location.
The independent, indoor cycling studio, located
at 6826 Hemlock Lane North, opened Jan. 4 under the ownership of husband
and wife team Ken and Zion Anderson.
The Maple Grove location is the second site for Surge Cycling, their
first opening in St. Louis Park approximately two years ago. It started with
their passion for helping others looking for an efficient workout. They focus on
offering “low-impact, high-intensity, and heart-pumping workout,” according to their website.
“Here, it’s quick,” Zion said of
the classes. “You come in, bike, and you’re done in 45 minutes.”
A variety of classes are offered, typically in the morning and late
afternoon/early evening, with different themes such as Surge Circuit, Crunk
Cycle, Hip-Hop Club Cycle, and Warrior Ride. Clients are led by instructors,
but encouraged to go at their own pace in a supportive environment. The studio experience for
customers is also key for the Ken and Zion, who use the Keiser M3 Plus Indoor
Cycles with magnetic resistance, color-changing lighting for a “sensory-filled”
ride, music and other amenities.
“It’s the vibe,” Zion said of the Surge Cycling environment and people “feeding”
off of others energy during classes. “It’s really a community…there are no
divas here. Everyone is supportive. “
To learn more about Surge Cycling,
including pricing, visit their website here: http://surgecycling.com/