New Spin Studio CorCycle Welcomes Riders Downtown Baltimore


Avid Ultra-Marathon Runner Wants To Help Others Find Their ‘Cor’

It’s been a dream worth chasing and it’s finally here: CorCycle, an innovative cycling studio, is officially open for business in downtown Baltimore.

The studio is located in the historic Central Savings Bank building at the corner of Charles and Lexington streets. 

“We’re so excited to be right in the middle of the action, and the historic space provides a truly unique fitness experience," says Dave Robart, general manager of CorCycle.

CorCycle prides itself in providing a unique riding experience through state-of-the-art amenities, best area instructors, modern equipment and the latest in spin technology.

“Fitness is different things to different people and at CorCycle our goal is to inspire everyone,” says Robart. “Our instructors are a diverse group and each bring something unique to their workout experience. By encouraging individuality, we are sure to have an instructor that brings out the best in you.”

For David Robart, an ultra-marathon runner with professional background in finance and marketing, it has been a life-long dream to open an indoor fitness studio. Since moving to Baltimore about 10 years ago, he has fallen in love with both the city and its budding spinning scene.

“Fitness has been the major focus of my life and being able to share this with the Baltimore community through CorCycle is something really special to me,” explains Robart.

To sign up for a CorCycle class, please visit

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