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Peloton Bike review: The perfect, if expensive, escape for easing coronavirus anxiety
Peloton Bike $2,245.00 View Product The Good Fairly compact • Effective workouts • Library comes with thousands of classes to choose from The Bad Expensive • Monthly subscription fee The Bottom
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If You Want to Buy a Treadmill, Peloton Can't Help Right Now
Now’s the time for folks to get creative about how they exercise, but if you were hoping to get a Peloton Tread, you’re out of the luck. Peloton has announced that it’s temporarily suspending sales
Peloton won’t sell or deliver treadmills as part of social distancing efforts
Delivering treadmills to customers' homes risks spreading coronavirus
Digital Trends: Gaming
How Orangetheory Has Built a Devoted Following in a Crowded Boutique Fitness Market
Wearables--and the data they provide--have given the Boca Raton-based business an edge.
Peloton stock spikes as the at-home fitness company finds potential customers stuck at home
As governments across the country weigh whether to push non-essential public venues like gyms to close, more people are searching out expensive gear from Peloton . The public markets are obviously
After Math: Steven Seagal-like longevity
Say what you will about Steven Seagal but the '80s action star is still somehow able to draw headlines in 2020, even when he's not premiering his latest passion project. Granted, yes, those headlines
Peloton settles music licensing lawsuit over its exercise videos
After almost a year-long legal battle, Peloton users' shared nightmare of online spin classes with "terrible tunes" is coming to an end. On Thursday, the connected exercise bike manufacturer announced
Peloton Settles Legal Fight With Music Publishers
Peloton settled a lawsuit filed by members of the U.S.’s music-publishing trade organization that had sought damages of more than $150 million over the interactive-fitness company’s alleged use of
Movie Theater Stocks Crushed by Coronavirus
Investors fear that people will avoid movie theaters, concert venues, and gyms if the coronavirus hits the U.S. hard.
Peloton's iOS Chromecast support puts workouts on the big screen
Peloton users on iPhones and iPads can now play their workout videos on a bigger Chromecast-powered screen. The iOS application's latest update adds Chromecast support for the platform, a feature
'Project Magnum': Flywheel’s Alleged Plot to Steal Peloton’s Technology
Court documents reveal how the two spin bike companies went from potential partners to hated rivals.
Flywheel to stop online classes and offer trade-in for Peloton bikes after settling lawsuit
After settling a patent infringement lawsuit filed against it by Peloton, fitness startup Flywheel will stop offering its At Home online classes on March 27. Current Flywheel At Home customers were
Flywheel Bikes No Longer Work, So You Get a Free Peloton Instead
Peloton accused rival stationary bike company Flywheel of stealing its ideas back in 2018, and now the two companies have settled. Flywheel is ending its at-home classes—both live-streamed and
If you bought Flywheel's home bike, you can trade it in for a free Peloton
One of Peloton's biggest competitors, Flywheel Sports, announced today that it is shutting down its online classes. The company sent an email informing its users that it would stop its Flywheel At
Peloton Sued Flywheel and Bricked Its $2,000 Home Exercise Bikes
Owners of the Flywheel Fly Anywhere Bike can trade it in to Peloton, but the details aren’t clear.
Eight Sleep CEO says his startup is more than a mattress company
Matteo Franceschetti, CEO of Eight Sleep, would prefer that you don’t call his startup a mattress company. Eight Sleep does sell mattresses, albeit smart ones packed with sensors and temperature
Peloton revenue miss overshadows strong annual outlook
But that controversial holiday ad? It "proved beneficial, amplifying the brand and driving record search trends across markets," said one analyst.
How I Became a Peloton Person
Peloton’s advertising is bad. The pricey stationary bike’s TV commercials feature extremely attractive humans working out in the living rooms of their expensive high-rises or, even more improbably, in
Those controversial ‘Peloton wife’ ads may not have hurt sales after all, say analysts
"The people who were upset weren’t going to buy the bike anyway," as one analyst puts it.
Peloton told it can't countersue music publishers over high workout music prices
Peloton has failed to convince the court that the National Music Publishers Association violated federal antitrust laws. If you'll recall, the NMPA sued Peloton in early 2019, accusing it of using