Peloton has made filters available on Lanebreak, the video game-like ride format available on the Bike and Bike+.
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New features have been added to Peloton Lanebreak rides – members now have the ability to get PRs in Lanebreak classes, and the maximum overcharge percentage during Breakers challenges has been lifted.
We have a demo, guide, and review of the new Peloton Lanebreak video game for the Bike & Bike+. Video clips, tips, tricks, how to play, and more.
It appears Peloton has begun gradually rolling out Peloton Lanebreak (the Peloton Video Game) to more members. Some members report having access this morning, though it appears it might take 24 hours or so for everyone to have access.
Peloton Lanebreak, the video game developed for the Bike and Bike+, has completed its beta testing phase and will soon be released to members.
The Peloton Video Game, Peloton Lanebreak, has started beta testing on the Peloton Bike & Bike+. We have a first look, overview, review, video and guide on how to play Peloton Lanebreak.
Beta testing for the Peloton Video Game (tentatively called Peloton Lanebreak) is set to begin later this month – Peloton is sending surveys to members to find beta testers.
Peloton has filed a trademark application with the USPTO to trademark the name Peloton “Lanebreak” for the upcoming video game.
More details about “Lanebreak” Peloton Video Game – including when it will be released, a beta program, gameplay details, and more.