“Here Now” Leaderboard updated to remove names as workouts are completed

A small, but possibly polarizing change has been made to the leaderboard.

Update – Peloton appears to have removed this change as of 9/25. See update here.

When riding with the “Here Now” filter selected, you see all members who are actively doing the same class as you, in real time. Normally, as people finish their workout, their name & placement on the leaderboard would remain. This would allow you to compare yourself to them when you finished, or even if you were trying to catch them, keep a visible reminder of what output you needed to hit to pass them.

However, a new change has been made to the way this works – you can see it in action in the video embedded above, or here on YouTube. Now, as people complete their workouts, their names disappear from the “Here Now” leaderboard. To see their final numbers (if you don’t catch it right as they finish), you have to toggle over to the All Time leaderboard, and scroll there. Alternatively, you can look up their profile after the fact and see it there. The one variable to this is they remain on the leaderboard until they actually exit out of the class. So if someone choses to exit right after the workout hits 0 seconds left, they are removed from the leaderboard almost immediately. If instead someone stays for the brief post ride cool down, or just leaves the class open a bit, they remain on the leaderboard for longer.

This change is sure to bring mixed reactions. Many people will welcome the change, as they feel that “Here Now” means exactly what it says – people who are riding it right that moment. Others will feel that if they were on the workout at the same time as someone else, that person should remain even after they are done, as a means of comparison or seeing how you did against others going around the same time.

Peloton could possibly come back and add a setting or toggle somewhere to allow each member to control how this filter works. That might make the best of both worlds, and people can have the view that makes them the happiest.

What do you think of the change?

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Chris Lewis
Chris Lewis is the creator & founder of Pelo Buddy. He purchased his Peloton in 2018, and uses all the different devices: Peloton Bike, Tread, Row, and Guide. He has been involved in the fitness industry for more than a decade - previously co-founding the websites Mud Run Guide & Ninja Guide. You can find him on the leaderboard at #PeloBuddy.


  • Mike W says:

    I like the change. If I care about how I’m doing against someone else in particular, I will probably be close to them on the LB and notice their end stats. I’m most frequently on PZ classes and generally use the LB mostly for high-fives, though, so this makes it easier to track and support only those still riding rather than scrolling through a lot of folks who are done already.

  • AS says:

    I don’t like the change at all. Take motivation out of the ride since I can’t see the riders that finished a head of me with higher KJ once their ride is completed.

  • KTG & MCG says:

    Both my husband and I hate it!!!!! Part of the fun & motivation is to try to move up past people that were in the ride with you. If you start with 10 people, you should be able to see all the final numbers of all 10 peeps plus those that may start after you. Why Peloton why😩!!??

  • Chantelle says:

    I would like it back as it’s more motivational and made me push myself during the scenic rides. Now I find myself to be a bit lazy and cruise along instead…

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