Small Peloton Row Updates – Average Pace Every 500 Meters & “Just Me” Top Level Leaderboard Filter

Peloton has quietly added two small new features to the Row over the past few weeks.

First, the Row now displays the member’s average pace every 500 meters, so that users can easily see and monitor their average pace throughout the class.

Pace per 500 meters displayed on the Row.
Pace per 500 meters displayed on the Row.

This is shown in a small overlay over the distance box in the bottom left of the screen.

In addition, the Row will also display the change since the previous 500 meters. For example, if your pace has slowed since the last 500 meters, you will be able to see this clearly in the new metrics on the screen.

Pace change since last 500 meters displayed on the Row.
Pace change since last 500 meters displayed on the Row.

In addition, Peloton has also added the “Just Me” top level filter for the leaderboard when taking a ride you have taken before. This is now shown next to the “All Time” and “Here Now” options.

The “Just Me””view on the leaderboard removes all other members who are taking or have taken the class, and allows you to view solely your personal metrics. When retaking a class you took previously, you can easily compare your performance across multiple workouts.

"Just Me" leaderboard filter on Row.
“Just Me” leaderboard filter on Row.

This feature had been made more prominent on the Bike & Tread with a user interface update over this past summer made it more prominent. This more prominent option is now available on the Row as well.

If you’re a Peloton Row user, will these new updates be helpful to you moving forward?

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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.

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