It's a super-sized episode as we transport you through the magic of internet to Peloton Homecoming 2019. This week we talk to riders (Andrea Jordan, Brian Albright, Holly Dimmer, Kate Hammer Johnston, Priya Banerjee & Jan Thompson Gorniak, Tom Dimmer, Cristina Ribeiro, Gina Mitchell ), the owners of the creative and strategy agency behind this year's event (Alexandra & Sarah Hall) of Harley & Co, and Peloton big shots like VP of Community Jayvee Nava and COO and co-founder Tom Cortese!
Turns out Peloton has lawyers too as they filed a music-related suit of their own this week. Plus a Peloton(-ish) IPO date, last-minute Homecoming info, and Echelon gets religion. And we interview Bryan Wierzchucki.
Homecoming is almost here and we have all the details! The Peloton Prophet is proven right (yet again!) and has a new prediction and we talk about bad parental advice from a dad who hates Peloton. Plus we take a trip across the pond to talk to Mark O'Rorke, the founder of the first Peloton UK Facebook group.
Surprise! It's a bonus episode. Well, a mini-episode. Peloton announced it's schedule for Homecoming and we're going to walk you through what to expect. Plus, details on where (and when) you'll be able to find us at Homecoming.
Homecoming is just around the corner and we have details on community parties and various get-togethers, Soul Cycle is getting sued, and the Peloton Prophet returns. Plus an interview with Kristin Fleschner.
The IPO is one step closer to happening, tons of new information about Peloton Homecoming, and some interesting data about the public's perception of Peloton. Plus we talk with former pro-bike racer Jeff King.
What celeb is our first verified Tread user? Some harsh words were directed at a tribe and we get a little worked up and we have visits from both the Stat Fairy and the Peloton Prophet. Plus our interview with Slim Chandra-Shekar!
We have an update on Christine D'Ercole's "clap back" ride, Denis Morton and Olivia Omato switch things up, Robin Arzon has a lot to Celebrate and Peloton commemorates Black History Month and our interview with Sam Ettari.
Christine D'Ercole takes on her trolls with a new ride everyone is talking about, details on Homecoming and what to do when you're in town, and a new Facebook group for one of the Tread instructors. Plus we talk to Nikki Smith.
John Foley gave an interview with hints about the future of Peloton's business model, emails have gone out to Tread owners with maintenance tips, and Peloton Taipei? Plus an interview with Roger and Julie Kraus.