Though you can kick start your fitness routine at any point, there’s something about the incoming year that always makes us want to turn over a new leaf. And, as luck would have it, Amazon just dropped a sale of $250 off
the original Peloton bike. (Yes, you read that correctly.)
Over the past few years, Peloton has become the gold standard for at-home cardio equipment, providing an excellent way to build community and break a sweat without leaving your home. But, their equipment rarely goes on sale. If you’ve been itching to join the Peloton crew, now is a better time than any to add one to your cart because you can currently grab the bike for $250 off—now, that’s a deal you really can’t ignore.
What’s so great about the bestselling stationary bike, anyway? Clocking in at four-by-two feet, the cardio machine is compact enough to fit inside both studio apartments and smaller spare rooms. There’s a dedicated team who will deliver and install it on your behalf.
Then, once it’s set up, you can tap and swipe through a bevy of classes and instructors. From smile-inducing ’90s-themed classes to intense HIIT rides and programs with celeb cameos (*cough* Lizzo and Mariah Carey *cough*), there’s truly something for everyone.
Each bike has a central knob to adjust your resistance, a spacious touchscreen with 10 points of contact, and a built-in camera and microphone so you can work out with friends near and far. All you need to do is clip your shoes in, select a class you love, and get pedaling.
The original Peloton bike usually costs $1,445, but you can currently snag it on sale on Amazon for $1,195. Well, it’s a New Year miracle—thank you, 2023.
Kelsey Mulvey is a freelance lifestyle journalist, who covers shopping and deals for Good Housekeeping, Women’s Health, and ELLE Decor, among others. Her hobbies include themed spinning classes, Netflix, and nachos.
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