Our very own Spook Hilgartner is featured in this article about his new Indoor cycling Studio InSync Cycle!

A certified Spin instructor, Hilgartner, 67, first started to work out on stationary bikes because he "couldn't run anymore."

That led his to take Spinning classes at the Maryland Athletic Club in Timonium, after which he thought he could do better than the instructor.

After leading classes for several years, Hilgartner decided to see if he could turn his love of Spinning into a business.

First, though, he had to see how he could balance his fulltime job on the technology staff at St. Paul's School for Girls with running a cycle studio that boasts a room full of gleaming Keiser MS cycles.

Moreover, his wife, Anne, a guidance counselor at her husband's alma mater, Calvert Hall, had to sign off on the deal before InSync Cycle opened Feb. 20 in Ashland Marketplace, between the Amish Market and Baja Fresh restaurant.

Originally posted 2011-07-24 08:03:00.

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