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Peloton Plummets as the Pandemic Puts Pause to Production

The company is spinning out of control

‘Peloton Girl’

Peloton was once a company plagued with product shortages. Now, it’s a company plagued with too much inventory.

Much like the bikes of many of its customer base, Peloton products are sitting unused, gathering dust, though in this case on store shelves and in warehouses…

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