Rush Cycle founders Tim Suski (left) and Corey Spangler (right) began franchising studios in 2016. Kiran Gupta (center), who runs the company’s Camino Del Sur studio, was among the first of the brand’s franchisees. Previously a practicing attorney, Gupta was looking for a career change when she found out Rush Cycle, one of her favorite boutique fitness studios, was looking for franchisees.

Rush Cycle founders Tim Suski (left) and Corey Spangler (right) began franchising studios in 2016. Kiran Gupta (center), who runs the company’s Camino Del Sur studio, was among the first of the brand’s franchisees. Previously a practicing attorney, Gupta was looking for a career change when she found out Rush Cycle, one of her favorite boutique fitness studios, was looking for franchisees. Photo by Jamie Scott Lytle.

— Rush Cycle, a chain of indoor cycling studios started seven years ago by two childhood friends in their 20s in La Jolla’s Bird Rock neighborhood, is poised to expand over the next few years from a handful of San Diego sites to dozens nationwide...

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