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Peloton says it is canceling its live classes through April.

Peloton is suspending its live classes after an employee tested positive for COVID-19 and its members urged it to protect worker safety

Peloton says it members will be able to access on-demand classes and any prerecorded content the company plans to upload over the next few weeks.
Convene cofounder and CEO Ryan Simonetti was planning to hire hundreds of people next year.

How the coronavirus pandemic is impacting buzzy startups, from Peloton to ThirdLove

Some startups are shutting down, laying off staff, and drastically changing their marketing plans in the face of a new business reality.
Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors are staying fit at home by taking morning Peloton classes together — and they coordinate the rides using a Slack group.

Golden State players including Steph Curry and Draymond Green have been taking morning Peloton rides together in the ‘Tour de Warriors'”

Unsurprisingly, Warriors big man Draymond Green — who is a noted SoulCycle enthusiast — is an ultra-competitive bicyclist.

Charity runs and rides have gone virtual in a new social-distancing era. Here’s how Axios’ Dan Primack organized a Peloton race that raise...

As the country practices social distancing in an effort to contain coronavirus, charity races can go virtual with the help of companies like Peloton.
Peloton's Digital Membership offers tons of online fitness classes.

Peloton’s Digital Membership offers much more than just on-demand cycling classes — and you don’t even need the bike to access them

Peloton is an at-home fitness giant but you don't need to own its stationary bike to have access to the brand's extensive library of workout classes.

Peloton is temporarily halting sales and deliveries of its $4,295 treadmill because of the coronavirus, just as people are looking for new ways to wor...

Peloton is suspending delivery and sales of its treadmill, but it's still selling its bike and offering a free 90-day trial of its workout app.

These at-home fitness apps are seeing a surge as gyms close and people are ordered to shelter in place to contain the coronavirus pandemic

As many gyms close their doors to curb the coronavirus outbreak, apps for working out at home are seeing a big boost.
The at-home fitness company's wall-mounted machine may be seen as an appealing workout alternative as the virus keeps people indoors and out of gyms.

Tonal, the $3,000 at-home workout machine that’s like a Peloton for strength training, has seen its sales triple in the last week as the co...

The at-home fitness company's wall-mounted machine may be seen as an appealing workout alternative as the virus keeps people indoors and out of gyms.

This $2,200 rowing machine is poised to be the Peloton of at-home rowers — here’s why it’s worth the investment

This at-home rowing machine motivated my wife and me to work out more often. Here's what it's like to use and why I'd pony up $2,200 to buy one.

Peloton is offering a 90-day trial of its subscription workout app — just as people halt going to the gym and classes

Anyone stuck indoors for the next few months can try Peloton's workout app for free.