Weekend Warriors: Five Denver Workouts

CYCLEBAR is expanding to Castle Pines.
CYCLEBAR is expanding to Castle Pines. CYCLEBAR Lone Tree

click to enlarge CYCLEBAR is expanding to Castle Pines. - CYCLEBAR LONE TREE
CYCLEBAR is expanding to Castle Pines.
With a long Memorial Day weekend coming up, there are plenty of opportunities to squeeze in a workout. Whether you’re looking to sweat in honor of a fallen hero or catch a beer-infused Pilates class, this weekend’s list offers several opportunities to get your heart pumping.

Grand Opening Weekend
CYCLEBAR Castle Pines
Friday, May 24 to Sunday, May 26

CYCLEBAR, the indoor cycling franchise that first opened its doors in Denver in February of 2016, is expanding to another Colorado location. The new Castle Pines studio is offering free rides throughout its grand opening weekend. Take advantage of purchasing a founding unlimited membership this weekend for $99 per month before the price jumps to $149 per month on June 2. CYCLEBAR provides riders with shoes to clip into its bikes, which are compatible with SPD and LOOK shoes. Visit the CYCLEBAR Castle Pines website for more information.

click to enlarge Find your alignment and then your beer. - PIXABAY
Find your alignment and then your beer.
Pints and Pilates
Seedstock Brewery
Saturday, May 26, 10 a.m.

Throw your mat down on the brewery floor and get ready to do some Pilates. Club Pilates Edgewater is taking over Seedstock Brewery to teach introductory form and technique. After class, the brewery is offering buy-one-get-one-free beers for all attendees. To learn more about the event, visit Club Pilates Edgewater’s Facebook page.

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Lauren Archuletta is a contributor for Westword's arts section, covering Denver's health and wellness scene. Follow her work for tips on cheap workouts and which yoga classes include mimosas and beer.