The original Peloton Bike still offers a heart-pumping cycling experience in a premium package that’s perfect for spin enthusiasts interested in their first at-home machine.
- Who’s it for? The standard Bike is best for anyone purchasing their first at-home stationary bike and who doesn’t want to spend more than $2,000.
- Pros: A high-quality piece of cardio equipment at the cheapest Peloton’s ever offered it, membership grants unlimited access to its array of on-demand classes
- Cons: Lacks the advanced features afforded the Bike+ such as premium sound or a rotating touchscreen
Peloton’s standard Bike measures a reasonable 4 feet by 2 feet making it compact enough to easily fit into a small corner of your home. Its traditional 21.5-inch HD touch screen allows riders to tap into immersive live classes or stream on-demand sweat sessions led by pro trainers that deliver a boutique cycling experience without ever having to step inside an actual studio.
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Peloton’s basic model starts at $1,495 (with its delivery fee puts it at $1,745 total), plus another $39 per month for the Peloton Membership (as is the case for every Peloton machine), which is compulsory with your purchase for the first year.
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Even after the price drop, it’s certainly not a cheap investment but if you’re someone who loves cycling and would use it multiple times a week (as you would a gym membership), it’s worth the expense.
Read our review of the Peloton Bike
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