Charlie Bird, the man behind Spin Village–a high-tech indoor cycling studio slated to open in Milsom Place on November 26–believes that even with the complex’s recent downward sloping progress, there is potential for it to become one of the city’s “top places to visit”.
Spin Village boasts state-of-the-art equipment and location in the advanced Keiser M3i bikes in an acoustically optimised, fully air-conditioned and sound-proofed studio. The staff will consist of four instructors and front-of-the-house staff.
Milsom Place has recently had a spate of businesses seemingly fail, with YO! Sushi, Carluccio’s and steak restaurant Cau all closing in the past few months, but Charlie Bird is convinced that the situation can turn around.
The Bristol born, former London hedge fund Trader, said:”It is a shame that the shops have left Milsom Place and it is easy to dwell on it, but I think the problems others had here with rental costs and business rates is a national issue, not a Milsom Place one.
“The new management are looking to breathe a new lease of life into the place.
“I think it won’t be long before it becomes one of the most visited places in Bath.”
Spin Village will be offering a week of free Welcome Classes from November 26. The full Ride 30 and Ride 45 are scheduled to commence the following week from December 3.