Echelon, seen by many as one of Peloton’s strongest competitors, has released a new smart treadmill called Echelon Stride.
In a statement to Forbes, Amazon has denied the partnership with Echelon.
Peloton has been using its chest of patents to keep competitors from encroaching on its market share in recent months. After it put Flywheel out of business (and offered its customers a free trade-in), Peloton has turned its attention to Echelon. Echelon, who is headquartered in my hometown of Chattanooga, TN offers a similar product […]
Connect fitness is a market that is currently seeing immense growth driven by COVID-19, but most analysts expect that trend to continue even after the pandemic is over. Amazon’s first product into this market was the Amazon Halo, but does it have further ambitions?
ICON Health & Fitness, the company behind the NordicTrack product line has sued Peloton over some of the technology in Bike+.
Peloton has been rumored to be releasing a new bike sometime in 2020, and The ClipOut has heard some new details about what might be coming.
Nautilus has been a constant in the fitness industry for as long as I’ve been alive, and they’ve announced a new indoor cycle with a first of its kind feature with the Bowflex VeloCore.
Peloton is the brand most people associate with connected in-home fitness, but that isn’t stopping competitors from attempting to make a name for themselves.
Over at Thinknum, a recent article looks at Peloton’s competitors, if they can catch Peloton, and what the future of connected fitness looks like going forward.
Peloton might by the hot brand in connected fitness, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t companies starting up left and right to nip at their heels. According to Bloomberg, Hydrow has raised $25 million to compete against Peloton. Hydrow makes a $2199 rowing machine that is competing for their share of the connected fitness market.