GET HCM
magazine
Sign up for the FREE digital edition of HCM magazine and also get the HCM ezine and breaking news email alerts.
Not right now, thanksclose this window
JP Lennard
JP Lennard
JP Lennard
Follow Health Club Management on Twitter Like Health Club Management on Facebook Join the discussion with Health Club Management on LinkedIn Follow Health Club Management on Instagram
UNITING THE WORLD OF FITNESS
Health Club Management

Health Club Management

features

Cycling part 2: Cycle forward

As we discovered in part one of this series, indoor cycling is diversifying and evolving. In part two, Steph Eaves continues to explore the trend, and look at the latest bikes

By Steph Eaves, Health Club Management and Sports Management | Published in Health Club Management 2018 issue 10
Indoor cycling
Indoor cycling

Indoor cycling is changing. Last month, we looked at how a variety of trends, including training like an athlete, classes led by rock-star instructors and gamification, have raised gym-goers' expectations for indoor bikes. So how can operators not only meet these expectations but continue to exceed them?

"We’re seeing more gyms moving away from traditional classes and expanding their offering to focus on the overall experience," says Doyle Armstrong from Life Fitness. "Gone are the days when operators could just fill a room with bikes and expect members to react in the same way. Studio design is fast becoming a USP and we’re seeing investment in interactive elements – music, lighting, virtual technology, etc. – to deliver a holistic experience that, crucially, still achieves results."

Staying on track
And results are all important, explains Stages Cycling's Elena Lapetra. "There are two very distinct pelotons in indoor cycling. The performance gang and the rhythm one. You may think that the rhythm guys will be all about the beats and a themed ride, but reality is that the super-connected generation wants to have fun, for sure, but also wants to have a workout that counts."

She continues: "Tracking what riders are doing is so popular now that even well-known and established rhythm-only cycle brands are investing in allowing their riders to take their data away, even if it's not being mentioned to members at all during the classes.

"Thirty per cent of millennials regularly use trackers, with a predicted growth of 15 per cent per year from 2016 to 2020."

Age before beauty
But millennials are not the only ones driving the evolution of indoor cycling. "We have an ever increasing over-60s market," says Tracy Morrell, director of React Fitness. "People are living longer, they may simply want to stay well and pain free. Studies show that exercise is the best prevention against age-related disease, and indoor cycling is one of the safest ways to exercise."

"The industry must look for additional market segments and kill the lazy, one-size-fits-all timetable," agrees Lapetra. "We can do this with classes and technology that allow everyone to train at their own levels, while still feeling part of the group."

Morell sums it up: "Incorporating trends such as HIIT training, gamification, virtual reality, progress tracking and small group training, in a way that's easily accessible for all ages and levels must surely be a priority for indoor cycling.”

Stages Cycling

Model: SC3
Price: £2,150

Elena Lapetra, commercial director
Elena Lapetra, commercial director

Top feature:
The Stages Power Meter – accurate, lightweight measurement born from the needs of some of the world’s best professional cyclists and perfected for indoor cycling.

Other features:
• Riders control resistance in two ways for a customised experience
• Efficient indoor cycling drivetrain, designed to deliver a road feel
• Digital console, with no battery changes required
• Simple height adjustments for a comfortable and secure ride
• Quick adjustment functions to set riders up for their best performance
• Data capture via Bluetooth 4.0 or ANT+ enabled sport devices

Elena Lapetra, commercial director
"In performance training, everything is focused on allowing riders to achieve the best of themselves.

At Stages, not only do we support some of the best cycling athletes in the world, but we also have – as part of the Stages team – three current world champions, one UCI Master World Champion, two silver-medallists in UCI world track championships, four US national champions across track, road and cyclo cross, and one US Olympic cycling coach.

We know what will make a difference, because we live and breathe it and we don’t believe in creating products, experiences or brands from inside the bubble of our glass offices without having real roots in the playground.

Our constant desire to beat boundaries on bikes – whether they're stationary or not – is what drives us."

Key clients:
David Lloyd Leisure, Equinox, Places for People, Everyone Active, Lifetime, Virgin Active, Fitness First, YMCA, Gold’s Gyms, Soho House, Shire Hotels, Kew Green, Juicy retreats, Soul Cycle, BeCycle, Psycle London, Tribes, Synergy81, Aura, H2, Oxford University, Detroit Pistons, US Navy and Sony Picture

Stages draws in its background in competitive cycling to create its stationary bikes
Stages draws in its background in competitive cycling to create its stationary bikes

React Fitness

Models: Expresso GO – upright and recumbent models
Price: starts from £5,995

Tracy Morrell, director
Tracy Morrell, director

Top feature:
Fully-immersive, 26.5" touchscreen showing on-demand classes and 300+ miles of roads of varying gradients.

Other features:
• Users can race other riders on 43 different interactive roads
• The bikes have responsive handlebars, which are fitted with heart rate sensors, that turn to steer while riding
• The bike has ghost riders to increase motivation
• HIIT games
• Magnetic resistance drive simulates the feeling of the road and varying gradients, shifting through 30 gears to control resistance
• Connects to third party apps such as Strava and MyFitnessPal

Key clients:
Equinox, New York Sports Clubs, Caesar’s Palace, Gold’s Gym and several high-end cruise ships

Tracy Morrell, director
"The key feature on the Expresso bike is the level of engagement it creates by offering riders the opportunity to take part in challenges, join group rides and also to get ranked on global leaderboards.

Scientific studies have been done on athletes using virtual reality, to learn more about how the brain influences athletic performance. Expresso uses ‘Ghost Riders’ to offer a mental motivator – something that's been scientifically shown to produce results in top athletes.

We provide clubs with digital artwork to enable them to market the monthly challenges on websites and social feeds.

We know member engagement increases retention and Expresso has proven this. Data shows that an engaged exerciser will ride for 50 per cent more days than a casual exerciser (defined as one who doesn’t fully register their account online), and this can have a huge impact on the bottom line.

In addition, operators can customise the interface to advertise in-club promotions, such as retail, F&B and special events to members, helping to increase secondary spend."

The Expresso bike from React Fitness is specified by Equinox
The Expresso bike from React Fitness is specified by Equinox

Life Fitness

Model: IC8 Power Trainer
Price: £2,560

Doyle Armstrong, Business manager
Doyle Armstrong, Business manager

Top feature:
WattRate TFT Computer with Polar View, which delivers superior data, performance and connectivity.

Other features:
• Wattrate Direct Power Meter
• Bluetooth and ANT+ connection
• 0 – 3800W magnetic resistance
• Oversized chain with automated tensioning system
• Freewheel drivetrain
• Pro-performance handlebars
• Advanced bike fit
• SPD dual-sided pedal with toe cage
• Coach by Color, ICG’s training system that combines accurate zonal training with colour to help coach a member’s effort during the workout

Key clients:
David Lloyd Leisure, Edinburgh Leisure, University of Exeter, Surbiton Racket and Fitness Club, Anytime Fitness Peterborough and Needhams Health and Fitness

Doyle Armstrong, Business manager
"The IC8 is designed by cyclists, for cyclists and athletes seeking a superior cycling experience indoors.

It combines a variety of features including pro-performance handlebars and a freewheel drivetrain to emulate the performance and experience which are found in outdoor bikes.

The oversized chain and automated tensioning system are designed with the aim of giving optimum performance, durability and reduced servicing; an important consideration for operators.

It’s also self-powered so it can be positioned on the gym floor without cabling.

For facilities wanting to explore virtual training to expand their offering, the IC8 can also be integrated with Myride VX Personal – a virtual training experience that gives clubs and gyms the opportunity to provide the same instructor-led workouts via the bike’s own built-in screen."

The IC8 from Life Fitness can be integrated with a VR training experience
The IC8 from Life Fitness can be integrated with a VR training experience

Octane Fitness

Model: Octane Fitness xR6000XT seated x-trainer Price: £6,995

Neil Campbell, General manager
Neil Campbell, General manager

Top feature:
Can be used for upper body-only, total body workouts, lower body workouts or even just with any one limb.

other features:
• A lower body ‘power stroke’ which gives added glute work and allows the user to work the machine with only one leg if they want to
• Multi grip handles to change the muscles worked for the upper body workout
• HIIT training challenges
• Adjustable seat back position for added comfort

Key clients:
David Lloyd Leisure, Everyone Active, Places for People, Serco Leisure, Parkwood Leisure and Nuffield Health

Neil Campbell, General manager
"The Octane Fitness xR6000 offers lower body-only, total body and upper body-only workouts. For me, this makes it one of the most versatile piece of cardio equipment on the market.

It's an alternative machine to add to the gym floor, to give members a different workout option.

There's an IFI version available, which pushes the fittest to their limits while also catering for people with disabilities, deconditioned and older users."

The Octane xR6000 has an IFI accredited version suitable for all users
The Octane xR6000 has an IFI accredited version suitable for all users
Sign up here to get HCM's weekly ezine and every issue of HCM magazine free on digital.
https://www.leisureopportunities.co.uk/images/671237_970821.png
In the latest of our reports on the booming cycling market, Steph Eaves looks at bike innovations
Steph Eaves, Journalist, Leisure Media Elena Lapetra, commercial director, Stages Tracy Morrell, director, React Fitness Doyle Armstrong, business manager, Life Fitness Neil Campbell, general manager, Octane Fitness,Indoor cycling, Octane Fitness, Life Fitness, React Fitness, Stages, bike innovations
HCM magazine
Martyn Allison reviews a recent National Audit Office report into grassroots participation in physical activity in the UK
HCM magazine
Are you on board with the metaverse or is it something to leave to the tech team? Kath Hudson investigates
HCM magazine
HCM People

Grant Campbell

GM, Nobu Hotel London, Portman Square Portman Square
It was important to create a high-end gym that offers as much value to the local community as it does to hotel guests
HCM Magazine
Letters
Two new Quest assessments launch on 1 September, focusing on things such as environmental management, exercise referral and inclusivity
HCM Magazine
HCM People
“I wanted to bring real kickbox training to the average person in the most convenient format, while taking out the worst part – getting punched in the face!”
HCM Magazine
Sponsored
BXR is one of the most exciting brands in the fitness industry. Co-founder Alex Nicholl gives us a glimpse behind the scenes
HCM Magazine
Editor's letter
For years the sector has used participation numbers as a measure of success, but policymakers are now calling for a change to measuring outcomes, so value can be established
HCM Magazine
Research
Doing the recommended amount of exercise during weekends is just as beneficial as spreading physical activity out across the week, a new study has found
HCM Magazine
Research
New Deloitte report finds the health and fitness sector contributes up to US$91.22bn* a year to global GDP, as Frances Marcellin reports
HCM Magazine
Sponsored
Ben Hackney-Williams, head of content at Myzone, shares tools to drive positive change in 2022
HCM Magazine
Latest News
Peloton is set to axe around 800 jobs, increase the price of its equipment and ...
Latest News
Pure Gym has opened its latest location in the Middle East as part of a ...
Latest News
World Gym International has launched a strength-only gym concept, which it says will cater for ...
Latest News
A new open water swimming venue will has been launched in the heart of Canary ...
Latest News
Peter Roberts, former CEO and founder of Pure Gym, has invested in Another Round, a ...
Latest News
Fitness markets around the globe are demonstrating "reassuring signs of recovery" following the pandemic disruptions ...
Latest News
Mark Sesnan, CEO of GLL, has pushed back on Tower Hamlet Council’s decision to take ...
Latest News
Ohm Fitness, a new franchised studio concept, has opened its first location in Scottsdale, Arizona. ...
Featured supplier news
Featured supplier news: Dr Paul Bedford and Andreas Paulsen to speak at Sibec Europe-UK
Questex’s Sibec Europe-UK, Europe’s leading hosted buyer event for the fitness industry, will take place on 27-30 September 2022 at the Anantara Vilamoura Algarve Resort, in Portugal.
Featured supplier news
Featured supplier news: EGYM announces integration with software provider Fisikal
EGYM has announced an integration with a leading UK-based software company Fisikal to enhance its capabilities to serve the needs of enterprise customers running multi-site operations.
Featured operator news
Featured operator news: Parkwood Leisure celebrates four award wins and named Outstanding Organisation of the Year at the 2022 ukactive Awards
It was a night to remember at the 2022 ukactive Awards for Parkwood Leisure, as the leisure facilities operator picked up four awards.
Featured operator news
Featured operator news: New £42m Moorways Sports Village to open on 21 May
Everyone Active will open Moorways Sports Village to the public on Saturday 21 May with a grand opening weekend – in time for the half term holidays.
Video Gallery
Sport Alliance GmbH
Total Vibration Solutions / Floors 4 Gyms / TVS Sports Surfaces
Company profiles
Company profile: Funxtion International BV
Funxtion is the only independent B2B company that offers a full ecosystem of customizable digital ...
Company profiles
Company profile: Excelsior Development Technology
We develop staff that enhance the culture, experience and reputation of your business which in ...
Catalogue Gallery
Click on a catalogue to view it online
Featured press releases
Featured press releases: Everyone Active achieves £100,000 fundraising target for Macmillan Cancer Support
Leisure operator, Everyone Active has reached a milestone fundraising amount for national charity Macmillan Cancer Support.
Featured press releases
Featured press releases: Serco Leisure retains key energy management accreditation
Serco’s leisure business has announced the successful retention of its ISO50001:2018 Energy Management Standard certification, following a recent two-day assessment by independent auditors BSI.
Directory
Salt therapy products
Himalayan Source: Salt therapy products
Fitness equipment
A Panatta Sport Srl: Fitness equipment
Management software
Premier Software Solutions: Management software
Spa software
SpaBooker: Spa software
Whole body cryotherapy
Art of Cryo: Whole body cryotherapy
Architects/designers
Zynk Design Consultants: Architects/designers
Lockers/interior design
Safe Space Lockers Ltd: Lockers/interior design
Flooring
Total Vibration Solutions / TVS Sports Surfaces: Flooring
Skincare
Comfort Zone - Davines S.p.A: Skincare
On demand
Fitness On Demand: On demand
Property & Tenders
Pendine Sands, Carmarthenshire
Carmarthenshire County Council
Property & Tenders
Runcorn
Halton Borough Council
Property & Tenders
Diary dates
12-13 Sep 2022
Wyndham Lake Buena Vista Disney Springs® Resort, Lake Buena Vista, United States
Diary dates
21-21 Sep 2022
Various, London, United Kingdom
Diary dates
25-28 Oct 2022
Messe Stuttgart, Germany
Diary dates
25-28 Oct 2022
Ibiza, Ibiza, Spain
Diary dates
01-07 Dec 2022
tbc, Dunedin, New Zealand
Diary dates
17-18 Mar 2023
Tobacco Dock, London, United Kingdom
Diary dates

features

Cycling part 2: Cycle forward

As we discovered in part one of this series, indoor cycling is diversifying and evolving. In part two, Steph Eaves continues to explore the trend, and look at the latest bikes

By Steph Eaves, Health Club Management and Sports Management | Published in Health Club Management 2018 issue 10
Indoor cycling
Indoor cycling

Indoor cycling is changing. Last month, we looked at how a variety of trends, including training like an athlete, classes led by rock-star instructors and gamification, have raised gym-goers' expectations for indoor bikes. So how can operators not only meet these expectations but continue to exceed them?

"We’re seeing more gyms moving away from traditional classes and expanding their offering to focus on the overall experience," says Doyle Armstrong from Life Fitness. "Gone are the days when operators could just fill a room with bikes and expect members to react in the same way. Studio design is fast becoming a USP and we’re seeing investment in interactive elements – music, lighting, virtual technology, etc. – to deliver a holistic experience that, crucially, still achieves results."

Staying on track
And results are all important, explains Stages Cycling's Elena Lapetra. "There are two very distinct pelotons in indoor cycling. The performance gang and the rhythm one. You may think that the rhythm guys will be all about the beats and a themed ride, but reality is that the super-connected generation wants to have fun, for sure, but also wants to have a workout that counts."

She continues: "Tracking what riders are doing is so popular now that even well-known and established rhythm-only cycle brands are investing in allowing their riders to take their data away, even if it's not being mentioned to members at all during the classes.

"Thirty per cent of millennials regularly use trackers, with a predicted growth of 15 per cent per year from 2016 to 2020."

Age before beauty
But millennials are not the only ones driving the evolution of indoor cycling. "We have an ever increasing over-60s market," says Tracy Morrell, director of React Fitness. "People are living longer, they may simply want to stay well and pain free. Studies show that exercise is the best prevention against age-related disease, and indoor cycling is one of the safest ways to exercise."

"The industry must look for additional market segments and kill the lazy, one-size-fits-all timetable," agrees Lapetra. "We can do this with classes and technology that allow everyone to train at their own levels, while still feeling part of the group."

Morell sums it up: "Incorporating trends such as HIIT training, gamification, virtual reality, progress tracking and small group training, in a way that's easily accessible for all ages and levels must surely be a priority for indoor cycling.”

Stages Cycling

Model: SC3
Price: £2,150

Elena Lapetra, commercial director
Elena Lapetra, commercial director

Top feature:
The Stages Power Meter – accurate, lightweight measurement born from the needs of some of the world’s best professional cyclists and perfected for indoor cycling.

Other features:
• Riders control resistance in two ways for a customised experience
• Efficient indoor cycling drivetrain, designed to deliver a road feel
• Digital console, with no battery changes required
• Simple height adjustments for a comfortable and secure ride
• Quick adjustment functions to set riders up for their best performance
• Data capture via Bluetooth 4.0 or ANT+ enabled sport devices

Elena Lapetra, commercial director
"In performance training, everything is focused on allowing riders to achieve the best of themselves.

At Stages, not only do we support some of the best cycling athletes in the world, but we also have – as part of the Stages team – three current world champions, one UCI Master World Champion, two silver-medallists in UCI world track championships, four US national champions across track, road and cyclo cross, and one US Olympic cycling coach.

We know what will make a difference, because we live and breathe it and we don’t believe in creating products, experiences or brands from inside the bubble of our glass offices without having real roots in the playground.

Our constant desire to beat boundaries on bikes – whether they're stationary or not – is what drives us."

Key clients:
David Lloyd Leisure, Equinox, Places for People, Everyone Active, Lifetime, Virgin Active, Fitness First, YMCA, Gold’s Gyms, Soho House, Shire Hotels, Kew Green, Juicy retreats, Soul Cycle, BeCycle, Psycle London, Tribes, Synergy81, Aura, H2, Oxford University, Detroit Pistons, US Navy and Sony Picture

Stages draws in its background in competitive cycling to create its stationary bikes
Stages draws in its background in competitive cycling to create its stationary bikes

React Fitness

Models: Expresso GO – upright and recumbent models
Price: starts from £5,995

Tracy Morrell, director
Tracy Morrell, director

Top feature:
Fully-immersive, 26.5" touchscreen showing on-demand classes and 300+ miles of roads of varying gradients.

Other features:
• Users can race other riders on 43 different interactive roads
• The bikes have responsive handlebars, which are fitted with heart rate sensors, that turn to steer while riding
• The bike has ghost riders to increase motivation
• HIIT games
• Magnetic resistance drive simulates the feeling of the road and varying gradients, shifting through 30 gears to control resistance
• Connects to third party apps such as Strava and MyFitnessPal

Key clients:
Equinox, New York Sports Clubs, Caesar’s Palace, Gold’s Gym and several high-end cruise ships

Tracy Morrell, director
"The key feature on the Expresso bike is the level of engagement it creates by offering riders the opportunity to take part in challenges, join group rides and also to get ranked on global leaderboards.

Scientific studies have been done on athletes using virtual reality, to learn more about how the brain influences athletic performance. Expresso uses ‘Ghost Riders’ to offer a mental motivator – something that's been scientifically shown to produce results in top athletes.

We provide clubs with digital artwork to enable them to market the monthly challenges on websites and social feeds.

We know member engagement increases retention and Expresso has proven this. Data shows that an engaged exerciser will ride for 50 per cent more days than a casual exerciser (defined as one who doesn’t fully register their account online), and this can have a huge impact on the bottom line.

In addition, operators can customise the interface to advertise in-club promotions, such as retail, F&B and special events to members, helping to increase secondary spend."

The Expresso bike from React Fitness is specified by Equinox
The Expresso bike from React Fitness is specified by Equinox

Life Fitness

Model: IC8 Power Trainer
Price: £2,560

Doyle Armstrong, Business manager
Doyle Armstrong, Business manager

Top feature:
WattRate TFT Computer with Polar View, which delivers superior data, performance and connectivity.

Other features:
• Wattrate Direct Power Meter
• Bluetooth and ANT+ connection
• 0 – 3800W magnetic resistance
• Oversized chain with automated tensioning system
• Freewheel drivetrain
• Pro-performance handlebars
• Advanced bike fit
• SPD dual-sided pedal with toe cage
• Coach by Color, ICG’s training system that combines accurate zonal training with colour to help coach a member’s effort during the workout

Key clients:
David Lloyd Leisure, Edinburgh Leisure, University of Exeter, Surbiton Racket and Fitness Club, Anytime Fitness Peterborough and Needhams Health and Fitness

Doyle Armstrong, Business manager
"The IC8 is designed by cyclists, for cyclists and athletes seeking a superior cycling experience indoors.

It combines a variety of features including pro-performance handlebars and a freewheel drivetrain to emulate the performance and experience which are found in outdoor bikes.

The oversized chain and automated tensioning system are designed with the aim of giving optimum performance, durability and reduced servicing; an important consideration for operators.

It’s also self-powered so it can be positioned on the gym floor without cabling.

For facilities wanting to explore virtual training to expand their offering, the IC8 can also be integrated with Myride VX Personal – a virtual training experience that gives clubs and gyms the opportunity to provide the same instructor-led workouts via the bike’s own built-in screen."

The IC8 from Life Fitness can be integrated with a VR training experience
The IC8 from Life Fitness can be integrated with a VR training experience

Octane Fitness

Model: Octane Fitness xR6000XT seated x-trainer Price: £6,995

Neil Campbell, General manager
Neil Campbell, General manager

Top feature:
Can be used for upper body-only, total body workouts, lower body workouts or even just with any one limb.

other features:
• A lower body ‘power stroke’ which gives added glute work and allows the user to work the machine with only one leg if they want to
• Multi grip handles to change the muscles worked for the upper body workout
• HIIT training challenges
• Adjustable seat back position for added comfort

Key clients:
David Lloyd Leisure, Everyone Active, Places for People, Serco Leisure, Parkwood Leisure and Nuffield Health

Neil Campbell, General manager
"The Octane Fitness xR6000 offers lower body-only, total body and upper body-only workouts. For me, this makes it one of the most versatile piece of cardio equipment on the market.

It's an alternative machine to add to the gym floor, to give members a different workout option.

There's an IFI version available, which pushes the fittest to their limits while also catering for people with disabilities, deconditioned and older users."

The Octane xR6000 has an IFI accredited version suitable for all users
The Octane xR6000 has an IFI accredited version suitable for all users
Sign up here to get HCM's weekly ezine and every issue of HCM magazine free on digital.
https://www.leisureopportunities.co.uk/images/671237_970821.png
In the latest of our reports on the booming cycling market, Steph Eaves looks at bike innovations
Steph Eaves, Journalist, Leisure Media Elena Lapetra, commercial director, Stages Tracy Morrell, director, React Fitness Doyle Armstrong, business manager, Life Fitness Neil Campbell, general manager, Octane Fitness,Indoor cycling, Octane Fitness, Life Fitness, React Fitness, Stages, bike innovations
Latest News
Peloton is set to axe around 800 jobs, increase the price of its equipment and ...
Latest News
Pure Gym has opened its latest location in the Middle East as part of a ...
Latest News
World Gym International has launched a strength-only gym concept, which it says will cater for ...
Latest News
A new open water swimming venue will has been launched in the heart of Canary ...
Latest News
Peter Roberts, former CEO and founder of Pure Gym, has invested in Another Round, a ...
Latest News
Fitness markets around the globe are demonstrating "reassuring signs of recovery" following the pandemic disruptions ...
Latest News
Mark Sesnan, CEO of GLL, has pushed back on Tower Hamlet Council’s decision to take ...
Latest News
Ohm Fitness, a new franchised studio concept, has opened its first location in Scottsdale, Arizona. ...
Latest News
Easton Leisure Centre in the UK has announced a 100 per cent reduction in heating ...
Latest News
The Gym Group saw its membership grow by 10 per cent during the first six ...
Latest News
Mindbody has announced that Fritz Lanman will become the company’s new CEO from 3 September ...
Featured supplier news
Featured supplier news: Dr Paul Bedford and Andreas Paulsen to speak at Sibec Europe-UK
Questex’s Sibec Europe-UK, Europe’s leading hosted buyer event for the fitness industry, will take place on 27-30 September 2022 at the Anantara Vilamoura Algarve Resort, in Portugal.
Featured supplier news
Featured supplier news: EGYM announces integration with software provider Fisikal
EGYM has announced an integration with a leading UK-based software company Fisikal to enhance its capabilities to serve the needs of enterprise customers running multi-site operations.
Featured operator news
Featured operator news: Parkwood Leisure celebrates four award wins and named Outstanding Organisation of the Year at the 2022 ukactive Awards
It was a night to remember at the 2022 ukactive Awards for Parkwood Leisure, as the leisure facilities operator picked up four awards.
Featured operator news
Featured operator news: New £42m Moorways Sports Village to open on 21 May
Everyone Active will open Moorways Sports Village to the public on Saturday 21 May with a grand opening weekend – in time for the half term holidays.
Video Gallery
Sport Alliance GmbH
Total Vibration Solutions / Floors 4 Gyms / TVS Sports Surfaces
Company profiles
Company profile: Funxtion International BV
Funxtion is the only independent B2B company that offers a full ecosystem of customizable digital ...
Company profiles
Company profile: Excelsior Development Technology
We develop staff that enhance the culture, experience and reputation of your business which in ...
Catalogue Gallery
Click on a catalogue to view it online
Featured press releases
Featured press releases: Everyone Active achieves £100,000 fundraising target for Macmillan Cancer Support
Leisure operator, Everyone Active has reached a milestone fundraising amount for national charity Macmillan Cancer Support.
Featured press releases
Featured press releases: Serco Leisure retains key energy management accreditation
Serco’s leisure business has announced the successful retention of its ISO50001:2018 Energy Management Standard certification, following a recent two-day assessment by independent auditors BSI.
Directory
Salt therapy products
Himalayan Source: Salt therapy products
Fitness equipment
A Panatta Sport Srl: Fitness equipment
Management software
Premier Software Solutions: Management software
Spa software
SpaBooker: Spa software
Whole body cryotherapy
Art of Cryo: Whole body cryotherapy
Architects/designers
Zynk Design Consultants: Architects/designers
Lockers/interior design
Safe Space Lockers Ltd: Lockers/interior design
Flooring
Total Vibration Solutions / TVS Sports Surfaces: Flooring
Skincare
Comfort Zone - Davines S.p.A: Skincare
On demand
Fitness On Demand: On demand
Property & Tenders
Pendine Sands, Carmarthenshire
Carmarthenshire County Council
Property & Tenders
Runcorn
Halton Borough Council
Property & Tenders
Diary dates
12-13 Sep 2022
Wyndham Lake Buena Vista Disney Springs® Resort, Lake Buena Vista, United States
Diary dates
21-21 Sep 2022
Various, London, United Kingdom
Diary dates
25-28 Oct 2022
Messe Stuttgart, Germany
Diary dates
25-28 Oct 2022
Ibiza, Ibiza, Spain
Diary dates
01-07 Dec 2022
tbc, Dunedin, New Zealand
Diary dates
17-18 Mar 2023
Tobacco Dock, London, United Kingdom
Diary dates
Search news, features & products:
Find a supplier:
JP Lennard
JP Lennard
Partner sites