Peloton has removed the Bike+ from the One Peloton Club online sign-up page, indicating that customers can now only rent the original Bike through the program.
Peloton sent a survey to some Bike+ users indicating that they are exploring adding Guide functionality to the device.
Peloton has quietly paused their Bike+ trade-in program, which allowed owners of the original Bike to receive a $700 rebate when they upgraded to a Bike+ and returned their original Bike.
Reminder: Peloton has announced a price increase for the All-Access membership that will go into effect on Wednesday, June 1, 2022 for members in the US & Canada.
Peloton has submitted documents with the FCC for a new version of the video screen / tablet used on the Peloton Bike+ and Peloton Tread: PLTN-TTR01-3 / 2AA3N-TTR03.
Peloton has officially announced they will be raising the monthly subscription cost for Peloton members on June 1st. At the same time, they will be lowering the cost of the hardware.
The price for Peloton products appear set to go up on January 31, 2022. Messages on the website indicate the Peloton Tread &Peloton Bike will all increase in price at the end of the month in all countries.
There is a new pair of Peloton bike shoes, called the “Altos” Peloton Cycling Shoes. They are available now in the US for $145, or Canada for $185 CAD.
Peloton posted a teaser of new Peloton cycling shoes on social media, and then Jess Sims was seen wearing a brand new pair of Peloton Bike Shoes during a bike bootcamp class.
Over the last month, FCC documents have been filed for a 2nd generation tablet for the Peloton Bike+ & Tread, the upcoming Peloton Guide & remote control, as well as the new Peloton Heart Rate Band.
Peloton has made a filing with the FCC for a new PLTN-RB1VQ-2 tablet & screen – this appears to be a slight refresh for the original Peloton Bike screen.
Peloton announced today they are lowering the price of their original Peloton bike to $1,495, down from the original price of $1,895.