If you’re looking to cash in on an exercise bike this mother's day weekend, then this excellent Peloton bike deal is perfect for you. You can get the Starter Bundle from Peloton itself, which offers cycling shoes, a bike mat and light weights as part of the package with the bike, which retails at $1,445 on the Peloton website. These extras, worth $225, make it the best peloton deal we’ve seen in a while. But don’t delay — this offer expires at midnight on the 14th May.
For a slightly higher price ($1,425 — still a $400 reduction) you could also get the Ultimate bundle which includes Peloton cycling shoes, dumbbells, a heart rate band, bike mat and reversible workout mat. These extras would usually cost $485 on top of the standard $1,445 cost of a Peloton bike alone.
Not only are the Peloton bike bundles on sale, but you can also get the Peloton Bike+ (usually retailing at $2495) with the same accessories with the Bike+ Starter Bundle and the Bike+ Ultimate Bundle both for $400 less than usual.
If you're in the market for one of the best exercise bikes, you can't do better than a Peloton. We rated the bike 4.5 out of 5 stars when we tested it, with particular focus on the bike’s excellent construction and the immersive experience offered by the app.
Overall, we simply cannot fault Peloton’s products for their top performance. Not only are there a variety of fun and effective workout options via the Peloton App, but the bike’s supreme build quality supports you effortlessly throughout even the toughest HIIT ride.
If the Peloton isn't for you, then you can find the Echelon Connect series of bikes for a variety of great discounts on the Echelon website. If you're not sure - we've compared the two: Peloton vs Echelon: which exercise bike is better?
Peloton Ultimate Bike Bundle |
Was $1,825, Now $1,425 at Peloton
Get a 30 day home trial of the Peloton Bike with a 12-Month Limited Warranty, delivery and setup, Cycling Shoes (1 pair), Light Weights (1 set), a Bike Mat, a Reversible Workout Mat, Dumbbells (1 set from 5 lb to 30 lb) and a Heart Rate Band.
Peloton Ultimate Bike+ Bundle |
Was $2,875, Now $2,475 at Peloton
Get a 30 Day Home Trial of the Peloton Bike+ with a 12-Month Limited Warranty, delivery and setup, Cycling Shoes (1 pair), Light Weights (1 set), Bike Mat, Reversible Workout Mat, Dumbbells (1 set from 5 lb to 30 lb) and a Heart Rate Band for
If you're not sure you want a Peloton, the brand offer the option to rent a bike and cycling shoes, with access to the app included in your monthly payment. You can also try the bike at home for 30 days and return it if you are dissatisfied with its performance, which shows just how confident Peloton are in the quality of their products.
When we tested the Peloton bike, we simply could not fault it for its performance. Not only are there a variety of fun and effective workout options via the Peloton App, but the bike’s supreme build quality supports you effortlessly throughout even the toughest HIIT ride. The only negative is the premium price that you have to pay for the experience, which this deal cuts into handsomely.
There are a variety of workouts available on the Peloton App, from classic spin-style workouts, to boxing classes and relaxing yoga sessions. It’s worth noting that, unlike the Peloton Bike Plus, you can’t spin the screen around to view it during workouts that aren’t on the bike. However, you can download the app on your phone, laptop or smart TV to stream non-bike workouts there instead.
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Lou Mudge is a health writer based in Bath, United Kingdom for Future PLC. She holds an undergraduate degree in creative writing from Bath Spa University, and her work has appeared in Live Science, Tom's Guide, Fit & Well, Coach, T3, and Tech Radar, among others. She regularly writes about health and fitness-related topics such as air quality, gut health, diet and nutrition and the impacts these things have on our lives.
She has worked for the University of Bath on a chemistry research project and produced a short book in collaboration with the department of education at Bath Spa University.