From January 25, 2021, to February 8, 2021, you can now earn a new Total Body Bootcamp badge if you take at least four Bootcamp classes.
2020 hasn’t been all good news for Peloton. In late November, a new lawsuit was filed against them for violation of New York labor laws and religious discrimination. Read on for the latest details of the new Peloton lawsuit.
Earlier this fall, ICON filed a lawsuit against Peloton over its patents relating to key features of Bike+: the swivel screen and the auto-follow technology used to change resistance during a class. ICON’s basis is that it was issued a patent for the auto resistance feature in 2007 and the swivel screen in 2019. Peloton has now filed a lawsuit against ICON claiming it tried to steal its advertising plans from a contractor.
One of the additions to Peloton’s new Bike+ is a larger screen that will swivel to the other side of the bike. What benefit will this bring for Peloton customers?
A new report from Bloomberg today offers additional details on Peloton’s upcoming hardware plans. According to the report, the company could announce its cheaper treadmill and higher-end bike as soon as next week. The existing Peloton bike could get a price drop in conjunction with these announcements.