CYCLEdelic at 3505 Cleveland Heights Blvd. | Photo via CYCLEdelic
Here’s what Mary has to say about her accomplishment:
“I got the idea about bringing an indoor cycling concourse to Lakeland when I was taking cycling classes all over Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina while working to set the Guinness World Record for Most Static Cycling Classes Attended in One Year.”
The facility is slated to open sometime this June and will include:
• 6 on-site instructors ready to encourage and train guests • Classes operating 7-days a week to fit any schedule • 30 bikes to ensure class availability • A 1,500-sqft facility ready to pump out the best work-out jams • A variety of classes for the most and least experienced cyclists • A deli at the facility for smoothies
Riders can “book their trip” online, with day visits starting at $10. They’re also offering a CYCLEDeli Smoothie Cardwhich allows regular visitors the chance to pre-order 10 smoothies to have after their rides. How cool is that?
To stay up to date on CYCLEdelic’s status, be sure to give them a follow on Facebook +Instagram or pop by their information tent outside the facility, set up every Saturday this May.
Which pump-up song is sure to get your heart rate thumping at CYCLEdelic?
State ○ Sports betting is coming to the Sunshine State after Gov. Ron DeSantis and the Seminole Tribe came to an agreement on a “sweeping” gambling deal. The 30-yearagreement is estimated to generate over $2.5 billion in revenue over the next five years. (The Ledger)
Giveaway ○Hey, did you miss the launch of our Dog Days of Summer Giveaway, sponsored by Payne Air Conditioning?Click here to enter now through Mon., May 3, so you don’t miss out on winning $5,000 towards a new residential Carrier AC system.
FeaturedJob ○We’re Hiring.Our cities are known as great places to live, work, and play..our office is, too.6AM City is hiring a Sales Development Rep to support the sales process by generating qualified leads for the Sales Team. Ⓟ
Coronavirus ○On Sunday, the Florida Department of Health announced 4,671 new cases of COVID-19 and 37 deaths in Florida. That bringsFL’s total number of cases to 2,208,584 + the total deaths to 34,848. See Lakeland + Polk numbers here. ○ Monitor the Florida Department of Health in Polk’s website for the latest information regarding vaccines.
The School Board will make their decision tomorrow, Apr. 27.
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Arts ○ Auditions: Mamma Mia!| Mon., Apr. 26 | 6:30-9 p.m. | Lakeland Community Theatre, 121 S. Lake Ave. | Free | Auditioneers should be available for all roles + prepared to sing 16 bars of sheet music they bring.
Active ○ Children’s Home Society 5K| Mon. Apr. 26 | Virtual | This run/walk is donation-based + will benefit the Children’s Home Society and its efforts against child abuse.
Cause ○ MEGA Pantry Distribution| Mon., Apr. 26 | 3:30-6 p.m. | Lakes Church, 1010 E. Memorial Blvd. | Free | If you’re in need, pick up a box or bag of prepackaged food. 🥫
PlanAhead ○ The Wizard of Oz | Fri., Apr. 30 | 7 p.m. | Stage Room Lakeland, 310 E. Lemon St. | $15 | Local students present the classic American tale of Dorothy + Toto.
Disclaimer: It is up to readers’ discretion to determine whether they feel comfortable participating in any mentioned events based on COVID-19 protocols and precautions. If you have questions, please contact the event’s organizers directly.
Those living in the memory care unit will receive assistance in navigating day-to-day living, plus added structure, support + security fromspecifically trained staff to keep residents engaged, safe, and otherwise healthy.
Construction is expected to last 3-4 months, with a grand opening planned for this summer.Ⓟ