In 2020, Peloton released its new Bike+ and announced the new Tread that will be released in March. It has now completed its better/best hardware model, so what’s coming next for its existing products?
Peloton’s slow delivery is beginning to anger customers as long wait times turn into competitors’ opportunities. Peloton’s struggle to continue its rapid growth is recapped in the NY Times.
As we mentioned a few days ago, Alex Toussaint appeared on the TODAY show to talk with Carson Daily about his journey to Peloton.
As Peloton continues to gain in popularity, the accessory market is going to continue to grow. Next week, a new accessory will go up for pre-order that I am really excited about. Endo looks to be the next hot item and something Peloton should consider creating themselves.
Peloton’s financing partner Affirm had its initial public offering this week, and demand is currently very strong for its stock driving it up over $100 on its first day of trading.
First reported by Variety, Peloton has hired Nicole St. Jean as its senior director of music partnerships.
One of the features I’ve wanted since purchasing a Peloton in May is the ability to add classes to a “playlist” in order to take them together. Today, Peloton has released that feature.
Update 1/13/20: Coming off the CNBC report of increased shipments coming into the US, Peloton ($PTON) is once against approaching a $50 billion market cap as its stock has crossed over $167 once again hits an all-time high.
A new report from CNN is detailing the moving process for outgoing US President Donald Trump and incoming US President-elect Joe Biden. One notable item that might be making the trip: Biden’s Peloton.