By Brian Dean
Peloton introduced its first product in 2014, a connected exercise bike with access to on-demand classes.
3 years later, in 2017, the company hit a milestone of 100,000 subscribers.
The pandemic helped Peloton gain further market traction, with more people opting for at-home fitness. Capitalizing on this growth, the Peloton Tread (a smart treadmill) was released in early 2021.
Today, Peloton has 1.67 million connected fitness subscribers, with an annual retention rate of over 92%.
From members to employees, here’s a breakdown of what you’ll find on this page: