Njinga Cycling Opens New Indoor Cycling Lab in Kingston

Njinga,  an indoor cycling & performance lab,  has opened on the Hampton Wick side of Kingston bridge, 1-2 Homepark Parade, Hampton Wick, KT1 4BY.

Open to all fitness levels & ages. You don’t have to be a cyclist to join. Sign up to a fun, like minded community and motivational environment that will improve your fitness and challenge you to get results. Using state of the art Wattbikes, Njinga will take your fitness & cycling further than you ever imagined possible.

As part of their offical launch, Njinga are hosting two open days on Saturday 17th & Saturday 24th January, 09h30-17h30 and will be running the following:

  • FREE 45 minute Indoor Wattbike Classes
  • FREE 20 minute Intro to Wattbike Classes
  • FREE Testing for Pedal Technique & Max Power
  • Max Power & Best Pedal Technique Prizes
  • Raffle Prizes & goodie bags
  • FREE Food Samples: 100% natural homemade Njinga energising snacks

Their juice bar will also be open and everyone can sample some of our natural superfood juices, smoothies, energy bombs, etc. All packed with nutritious goodness and FREE from any preservatives or additives.

Sign up to their newsletter on their home page www.njingacycling.com to find out when the free launch open day classes can be booked online.

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