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Peloton Bike Brings Spin Class to You


Peloton Bike


4/5 Stars

PROS Lets you take streaming live classes. Large on-demand library of previous classes. Integrates with Fitbit and Strava. Sleek and compact design.

CONS Expensive. Requires monthly subscription. Can’t select your own music.

Love taking spin classes but hate going to the gym? The Peloton Bike brings the action right to your living room. It’s an at-home spin bike that lets you take live streaming classes or tap into a vast library of on-demand options at your leisure. The Peloton Bike integrates with popular fitness apps, including Fitbit and Strava, and comes with its own well-designed companion app. The bike starts at $2,245 and requires a monthly subscription: The price might come as a shock to anyone who isn’t used to paying a premium for the current crop of high-end spin classes, but if you can afford it, the Peloton Bike is an excellent investment in your health and earns our Editors’ Choice.


The Peloton Bike starts at $2,245 for the Basics Package, which includes the bike, a one-year warranty, and delivery plus setup. For $2,394,

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