SoulCycle is going public.

The New York-based fitness company, which offers indoor spinning classes, filed documents with the SEC on Thursday.

According to the company's filing, SoulCycle had revenue of $112 million in 2014 and has grown from having 12 studios in 2012 to 36 in 2014.

The company describes itself as, "a rapidly growing lifestyle brand that strives to empower our riders in an immersive fitness experience." The company also markets itself as, "leading the global trend towards healthy living and a lifelong quest for meaning, wellness and personal growth." 

SoulCycle's business, the filing shows, is extremely concentrated geographically, with 97% of its revenues coming from the greater New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco areas in 2014. In the first quarter of 2015, these regions accounted for 95% of the company's revenue. 

Here's how the company has grown over the past few years, via the filing. 

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SoulCycle, which is described by some as a "cult" describes itself in its filing as having an "immersive culture of inspiration and empowerment contributes to the engaged and connected rider base in each of our studios." 

In its filing, SoulCycle also touts its social media presence, noting that as of December 31, 2014, the company had over 70,000 Instagram followers, 53,000 Facebook fans, 36,000 Twitter followers, and 18,000 Spotify followers. 

As of Thursday, the company had 102,000 Instagram followers, 42,000 Twitter followers, and 63,000 Facebook fans. 

And here's a bigger overview of its financials:

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