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SHiFT Cycling Opens New Studio In Guilford

Jenn Kuehn and her team at Shred Training in Madison have relocated to Guilford with the opening of SHiFT Cycling, the Shoreline’s only dedicated cycling studio.

The SHiFT Cycling ribbon cutting, from left: Brian McGlone, Guilford EDC, Jenn Kuehn and SHiFT team members, Janet Testa, Shoreline Chamber of Commerce. Credit: Shoreline Chamber
The SHiFT Cycling ribbon cutting, from left: Brian McGlone, Guilford EDC, Jenn Kuehn and SHiFT team members, Janet Testa, Shoreline Chamber of Commerce. Credit: Shoreline Chamber

The Shoreline Chamber of Commerce is welcoming another new business to Guilford.

Jenn Kuehn and her team at Shred Training in Madison have relocated to Guilford with the opening of SHiFT Cycling, the shoreline’s only dedicated cycling studio.

The new business is at 965 Boston Post Road, near the juncture of Route 1 and Route 77.

SHiFT Cycling’s new and modern studio is geared toward giving all its clients a great workout — whether their just a beginners all the way through to advanced stationary cyclists. 

The Shoreline Chamber notes that all of Kuehn’s instructors "have been carefully selected, so that riders will be sure to have a choice of coaching style, rides and music."

And: the first ride at SHiFT is always free. 

For more information, visit SHiFT online at www.shiftcycling.com, on Facebook at SHiFT Cycling or call 203-533-5792.

Dawn Perrotti March 19, 2014 at 06:42 AM
Great place!!! Good for experienced cyclers and those who have always wanted to try but were afraid!!
Sarah Celotto March 19, 2014 at 07:28 AM
Awesome place, Awesome experience, Awesome workout. Jenn did a great job in bringing the best cycle studio right here to Guilford!

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