Pelo Buddy TV is a new unofficial weekly TV show & Peloton podcast, for the Peloton community, by the Peloton community. Episode 18 is now available! You can watch the episode embedded below, or see it here directly on YouTube.
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This week, we interview Alex Quaas (#Fertilitydoc007), a fertility doctor who joined Peloton at the beginning of this spring, and cover the the following topics:
- A new rumor indicates Peloton will be launching “Class Stacking” soon – a new feature allowing you to create a playlist of Peloton classes, letting you take as many classes as you want back to back
- The on-demand library was purged this week, with approximately 8% of English-language cycling classes removed
- Peloton is expanding their regional campus (& support center) in Plano, Texas to a new building with nearly 100,000 square feet of office space
- Tunde Oyeneyin was announced as the newest member of the Bike Bootcamp team
- The annual “Year In Review” for 2020 will return with a look at stats for the year, but will be called ‘The Cooldown’ this year
- Peloton’s CFO Jill Woodworth will take part in the Barclays Global Technology, Media and Telecommunications Conference this week
- The list of Holiday & Festive classes for 2020 have been announced, as well as a Holiday Activity Challenge
- Outkast was featured in 4 different classes this past week
- Nicki Minaj will be featured in 2 classes this upcoming week
- Jess Sims announced a new “FLASH15” program for people crunched with time
- Ben Alldis is challenging people to retake his climb series, and will be participant too
- Rebecca Kennedy will be launching a “12 Days of Strength” program next week
- Peloton has clarified that they plan to launch more Peloton Barre classes in March 2021
- The “Bring Your Spirit” winter apparel line dropped on Thursday
- Tunde Oyeneyin appeared as a guest on the “Ali on the Run” podcast
- Jenn Sherman & Tunde Oyeneyin celebrated birthdays this week
- Peloton CEO John Foley was featured as part of “The Bloomberg 50”
- We interview Alex Quaas (#Fertilitydoc007), a German born Fertility doctor who studied in Manchester and did his residency and fellowship in the United States, who joined peloton this spring.
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Transcript of the episode coming soon.