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.
A FCC filing indicates Peloton has a potential new screen or tablet for the original Peloton Bike with version number 2AA3N-RB1VO2 or PLTN-RB1VO-2.
The Peloton Bike+ has recently had a design update, and is now shipping with plastic weight holders instead of the original black metal ones behind the bike seat.
Peloton stated that they have plans to offered a certified pre-owned program for people to buy used Bikes from Peloton sometime in the future.
We have a first look and demo of the new Peloton Bike+, including Auto-Follow Resistance, Apple Watch GymKit integration, the new swivel screen, how to adjust the bike, and more.
Wondering what the differences are between the original Peloton Bike and the new premium Peloton Bike+? Our article covers that and FAQs about the new products.
Peloton officially announced the new Premium Bike+ and lower cost Tread this morning, as well as announcing a trade in program.
The Wall Street Journal shared prices for the new Peloton products, as well as upcoming price drops. Additionally, a brief video leaked showing off the new premium Bike+ and lower cost Tread.
The upcoming price drop of the Peloton bike appears to be £240 in the UK, or 12%. This could mean a price drop in the US to $1975. UK members are getting emails about automated refunds from their financer Klarna.
Some Peloton code reveals internal product code names for the Bike+, Tread, and Rower, in addition to appearing to confirm upcoming Apple Watch GymKit integrations.
Bloomberg has reports confirming a new premium Bike (the Bike+) and a smaller lower cost sub $3000 Treadmill, just called “Tread”, announcing next week.