The Peloton Bike

Peloton BikeThere are many activities that people engage in to stay fit. One of the popular fitness activities today involves taking indoor cycling classes. It is like an aerobic class but with all participants up on stationary bikes. The class also has an instructor that helps motivate and lead the whole class into reaching performance goals on the stationary bike. But the avid indoor biker needs to go to the gym in order to join in with the classes. For those who prefer home fitness, the new Peloton Bike may provide a fun option.

The Peloton Bike is more than just a stationary bike. It integrates modern technology to provide users with interactive features that allows them to join in on indoor cycling classes online. It is a different take on a fitness program at home.

The Peloton Bike is designed with features that make it ideal for the home. Unlike ordinary stationary bikes that make use of the classic chain for movement, the Peloton Bike uses a long-lasting belt drive that is quieter and offers a smoother ride. The brake system is also innovative since it uses a magnetic resistance system that never touches the flywheel to make it stop. This means no wearing parts like brake pads to replace again and again.

The Peloton Bike also features a tablet with a 21.5-inch multi-touch display that connects to your home Wi-Fi network. This allows users to enjoy a feature of joining indoor cycling classes on demand right from the Peloton Bike. There’s nothing like a group activity coupled with a motivating instructor and music to keep you excited with your workout and make fitness fun. There are live indoor cycling classes available as well as access to a library of classes you can use at any time. The Peloton Bike also provides performance metrics as well as the ability to share those goal achievements with friends online. The Peloton Bike is far from an ordinary stationary bike. It is currently sourcing funds for production at Kickstarter. It indicates that the device is available at US$1,500 for early backers. Delivery of the bikes is scheduled for November this year.

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