Several patent applications show how the Peloton Tread+ could use sensors for safety and automatically stop the Treadmill if an object gets near or underneath the Tread.
Peloton’s United Kingdom-based Tread team is teasing that a new instructor will be joining them soon to teach Peloton Tread classes in the UK. Will it be Hannah Frankson?
Peloton and the CPSC announced today that the deadline to return the Peloton Tread+ for a full refund is being extended a year until November 6, 2023.
Peloton is rolling out the auto-incline feature that they began beta testing for the Tread last month.
Peloton’s 10-K tax form indicates Peloton is expecting a monetary penalty from the CPSC over the Tread+ recall, and that there are still DOJ, DHS, and SEC investigations still ongoing.
Peloton has added a feature to the Tread that allows members to see their mile splits and the change since their last mile in a new popup every mile or kilometer.
Peloton is reportedly testing an automatic incline feature for the Tread (called “Auto-Incline”), which would allow runners to have their incline automatically adjusted to match what the instructor is calling out.
Google’s TalkBack Screen Reader is now active on the Peloton Tread, making the equipment much more accessible for members of the visually impaired and low vision community.
Rexon’s new patents could signal potential solutions for the recalled Peloton Tread+ and be some new safety features in an eventual new design.
A Reddit thread shows that Peloton CEO Barry McCarthy remains “hopeful” about the potential to resume sales of the Tread+.
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.