Marker
Published in

Marker

Right Before the Pandemic, Peloton Made a Quiet, Shrewd Pivot

Although its name is synonymous with expensive workout equipment, Peloton’s real future lies in apps and on-demand classes

Photo: Roberto Machado Noa/Getty Images

When you hear the name Peloton, you probably think of a bike. In particular, you probably think of the company’s iconic stationary bike that streams fitness…

--

--

--

Pop business for the intelligent reader. A publication from Medium.

Recommended from Medium

[Game Group] Bethpa, investment is urgent

Puhff Sponsors Charity Event with the WMDA for Alzheimer's

CalCPA Daily Clips

Five ways vehicle subscriptions will impact dealerships by 2020

Spotlighting Heroes: Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce

Is the metaverse really the way of the future?

Copyright Law Is Dead, and We Killed Her

Rivian founder RJ Scaringe snaps up $1M worth of EV maker’s stock : Tech Big News

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Rob Litterst

Rob Litterst

Strategist @ ProfitWell. Analyst @ https://goodbetterbest.substack.com/

More from Medium

How does Piezoelectricity work?

Cold Swimming to Wake Up Fitness

Traveling to New Zealand — Auckland and surrounding

How you too can get fit faster with this AI bike