On the hunt for revenue as its members keep their distance during the pandemic, a local gym is letting its stationary bikes go mobile to bring exercise routines to customers’ living rooms.
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Another downtown business has closed for good after a deal that would’ve put it under new ownership got soured by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The excitement of a new, larger location to accommodate a growing membership was dampened by the gym having to temporarily close two days later while the pandemic plays out.
Kyle and Josh Engelken aren’t letting the coronavirus scare prevent them from leaping into the golf business.
The company, which already offers rafting, camping, climbing and other activities, is launching Riverside Cycling later this month.
With its season opener set for later this month, the Richmond Kickers are unveiling the first of many improvements planned for its home turf south of Carytown.
Months after completing similar upgrades to two of its branches, the YMCA of Greater Richmond is kicking off another multimillion-dollar renovation, this time in the Southside.
The owners of Cap Trail Bike Shuttle have called it quits, and hope to find someone else to pick up where they’re leaving off.
“The plans are to someday have a world-class stadium there that VCU and the Squirrels can use. They’re working through that right now,” Gov. Ralph Northam said Tuesday.
Driving ranges, simulators and dormant courses coming back to life. Those were the overarching themes of local golf news during 2019.