With Peloton Homecoming cancelled for 2020, Peloton has created a few special events this weekend for a new virtual weekend they are calling “Together We Go Far” weekend.
Peloton is launching a new “Live From Home” class series tomorrow. This will feature live Peloton classes, but they will be live from coaches houses.
The power zone timing tool & power zone library for Peloton are new tools to assist users taking part in power zone training – see zone cues, what interval is next, and more.
Peloton announces two new ways that they plan to keep members active and support medical professionals on the frontlines of the battle against COVID-19.
Peloton is pausing production of all live classes until at least April 30th, giving away 100 bikes to healthcare professionals, and waiving membership fees for some members.
A thread on Reddit contains some leaks, or potential rumors, about Peloton’s plans for hardware in 2020 as well as some new software features.
Peloton has made the decision to cancel Peloton Homecoming for 2020, originally scheduled for May 1 – 3, due to the COVID-19 outbreak in New York.
Peloton and the NMPA announced that they had settled their long running lawsuit over Peloton’s use of certain artists and songs in their classes.
Peloton has announced May 1st-3rd, 2020 as the dates for Peloton Homecoming 2020 (formerly known has the Home Rider Invasion, or HRI).
Peloton has released a new Total Strength Program with Andy Speer – a 4 week Total Body Progressive Strength Training Program, utilizing dumbbells and body weight exercises.