Peloton Classes From June 24-July 16, 2019 Removed from On Demand Library on June 2, 2023

Peloton performed another round of class library maintenance late Friday evening on June 2, 2023, resulting in the removal of classes filmed between June 24 and July 16, 2019.

As a refresher, class library maintenance is Peloton’s removal of older classes from the on demand library that are now taking place more routinely on Friday, as announced in April of 2023. Purges have occurred on April 28, May 5, May 12, May 19, and May 26.

This is the second class library maintenance in which Peloton has removed three weeks of content instead of the typical two. However, whereas past purges have only saved a handful of classes – whether due to being a popular artist series or part of a program – the latest purge saved a total of 15 classes, all listed below:

Classes spared in latest class library maintenance.
Classes spared in latest class library maintenance.

Note that the 2019 All for One classes are still available in the on-demand library. For those unfamiliar, the All for One classes are taught by all instructors. It’s a fantastic way to try out instructors you may not be familiar with. Peloton held All for One classes for a number of years before switching to the AFO Music Festival format in 2021, but only classes from 2019 and 2020 are still accessible to members via the library. If you’re interested in other classes taught by multiple instructors, be sure to check out our comprehensive list.

2019 All for One Cycling Class.
2019 All for One Cycling Class.

If you missed the initial announcement regarding class library maintenance, you can read more details via our overview article.

We will continue to share updates regarding these more regular class removals as they occur. Are you happy with the classes that were spared in this latest round of class library maintenance? Were any of your favorites removed?

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Katie Weicher
Katie Weicher is a writer for Pelo Buddy. She purchased her Peloton Bike in 2016 and has been riding, strength training, and yoga flowing ever since. You can find her on the leaderboard at #kweich.

1 Comment

  • Lizz says:

    Is there anything we can do to try and change this? I really love the older classes in general and it bugs me so much to see them getting purged. I don’t get why they’re doing it (I’ve read all your articles about it, it seems like they aren’t saying) and I hate seeing such good content getting removed from the platform.

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