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Peloton Bike Review: What to Know Before You Buy

Updated Dec 12, 2022
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If you thrive on the competition and camaraderie of studio cycling classes and are intrigued by the idea of replicating that experience at home, a Peloton Bike could be for you. Becoming a member of the Peloton pack is an investment, requiring roughly $2,000 for the first year and more than $500 each year thereafter. And that’s for the base model. But for a set of indoor-cycling devotees, these recurring costs for live-streaming and on-demand classes make financial sense: Specifically, those who typically take four or more Peloton-style studio classes a week may find the at-home bike and classes to be a superior value in as few as four months.

Peloton Bike, a pricey, top-notch indoor cycle

Peloton Bike

A pricey, top-notch indoor cycle
Boutique-cycling fans will find their people and their workout vibe with Peloton. Everyone else will feel the burn mainly in their budget.
Peloton Bike+, rotating screen, more speakers, pricier still

Peloton Bike+

Rotating screen, more speakers, pricier still
This upgraded version aims to please those devoted to Peloton workouts both on and off the bike—though the add-ons aren’t crucial to getting the full experience.

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