Peloton may be at the forefront of a fitness revolution.
The New York City-based company founded in 2012 that designs at-home spin bikes that streams live group fitness classes is coming the week of May 2 to the King of Prussia Mall, writes Adjua Fisher of Philadelphia Magazine.
Peloton’s bikes come with a 22-inch, sweat-proof Android tablet attached to them.
According to Fisher, Peloton’s 1,200-square-foot will have the same sort of feel as an Apple store. Customers will be able to test out the product, even try out a live class if one is happening.
Once a bike is purchased for around $1,995, customers can sign up for a monthly membership ($39) that gives them access to unlimited streaming rides, both live and on-demand, and unlimited accounts for the bike.
When riders join a live class, the instructor sees a leaderboard and will occasionally encourage riders taking the class from home to pick up the pace.
Peloton will be located next to Longchamp and Tag Heuer, across from Burberry and Ralph Lauren, at the KOP Mall.
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