THE FEMALE TROUBLE PODCAST
Excerpt from The Baltimore Sun: Esther Collinetti finds strength in vulnerability. She’s the co-owner of REV Cycle Studio, a spinning studio in McHenry Row, where she has offered high-energy, expletive-laden encouragement to spin clients since January 2014. Born in Nigeria to European parents, and raised in Chile, Esther has always felt like an outsider thanks to her unique accent and challenges in school. Before she ran a spin studio, Esther was a scientist at the Smithsonian Institution, and she talked about some of the experiences that inspired her to change course, including her father’s death, which had a profound effect on her. Esther talked about getting to the point where she could find power in that pain, and teaching her spin classes from a place of love rather than anger. Through teaching spin classes and goal coaching, Esther has found her passion in inspiring and motivating others.
AMBASSADOR x - PECHA KUCHA TALK
In May 2016, Esther was selected to speak at AmbassadorX, a flash-style talk sharing the overcoming of obstacles, crushing goals and celebrating success through failure.
Baltimore Business Journal
2015 BBJ TOP 40 UNDER 40
Excerpt from the Baltimore Business Journal: They're bankers, lawyers, artists, small business owners and more. They come from a dizzying array of industries in Greater Baltimore.
What they have in common is they're under 40 — and either already are or on their way to leading roles in their industry, their company and the community.
Esther Collinetti opened REV Cycle Studio — Baltimore’s first indoor cycling studio — in Locust Point with business partner Rick Zambrano in January 2014. Born in Nigeria and raised in Chile by European parents, Collinetti spent several years as a spinning instructor before opening her own gym, where she encourages clients to conquer challenges on and off the bike. Now, she’s working to open a second location.