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Canada: SoulCycle to Enter Canada as it Commences International Expansion

Canada: SoulCycle to Enter Canada as it Commences International Expansion

Octubre 11, 2016

👤Periodista: María Alejandra Lopez 🕔11.Oct 2016

 

New York City-based luxury cycling studio and retailer SoulCycle has revealed plans to open two Toronto locations. This marks the first international expansion for the fitness brand, which currently has 66 locations across the United States. The first Canadian SoulCycle location will be at 435 King Street West (near Spadina Avenue), and is expected to open in March 2017.

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