New Beyond the Ride Workouts (Including Toning with Ally Love)!

Get the blood flowing with our new Beyond the Ride workouts, now available on the bike or the Peloton app. This brand-new lineup includes workouts from Ally Love, as well as ways to stretch, tone and strengthen your body head to toe with your favorite instructors.

Ally Love’s 5-minute Full Body Toning

Alex Touissant’s 10-minute Lower Body Stretch

Cody Rigsby’s 10-minute Arms

Hannah Marie Corbin’s 5-minute Stretch

Matt Wilpers’ 5-minute Post-Bike Stretch

Robin Arzon’s 5-minute Abs

Check out these new sessions on the Peloton app for the best experience, or access them on your Peloton bike.


Journey to 100 / Milestones and motivation with ALLY LOVE


Next week, Ally Love clips into her 100th ride since joining the Peloton team. Find out what she’s learned along the way.

Ride along with Ally Love. Join her 100th Ride next Wednesday, February 22nd at 8:00 AM ET.

100 rides is such a big milestone. What have you learned over your past 100 rides at Peloton?

Whoa, 100 rides came fast! I’ve learned that the path is different for everyone and while we all may arrive at a milestone, the most important thing is that we all eventually get there. I’m proud to have been introduced to a family that is game-changing. The support of not only the community and loyal riders but my fellow instructors has been phenomenal. I’ve fallen in love with cycling beyond what I ever thought I could; it blows my mind!

Has the Peloton community pushed you to new goals as an instructor in any way?

Our community, our family, pushes me to work harder in class. I take every class like the riders do. I make a promise and I keep it: I work just as hard as you do. So I’m reaching new PR’s, high outputs, and overcoming fatigue, laziness and my own excuses now more than ever.

Any advice for riders out there looking to reach their next milestone ride?

Honestly, milestones are great rewards but they only last a day. I love to celebrate crossing the finish line but I put every race in perspective; one finish line is only the beginning of another start line. I like to use a milestone to reflect on what you’ve learned and how that knowledge can positively affect your path towards the next one.

What are you looking forward to in your next 100 rides as an instructor?

Meeting more riders and having new riders join in on the movement. I’m looking forward to getting mentally stronger, gaining more knowledge and just riding. It’s my way of life now, so I’m going to live!

What’s the best piece of advice you can give to riders to stay motivated while working toward their goals?

We all get uncomfortable, face discouragement and feel resistance but what makes us human is the opportunity to create space, change trajectories and find support to overcome, conquer and own that discomfort until its no longer a challenge.

Get connected – Click here to follow Ally Love over on her Official Peloton Facebook Page.


Our Upcoming Game Day Ride Schedule


Jennifer Jacobs’ 45 Minute Cheerleader Ride on Saturday, February 4th at 7:30 AM ET

Robin Arzon’s 45 Minute Halftime Hits Ride on Saturday, February 4th at 9:30 AM ET

Ally Love’s 45 Minute Kickoff Ride on Sunday, February 5th at 8:30 AM ET

Jenn Sherman’s 45 Minute Big Game Ride on Sunday, February 5th at 10:30 AM ET

Click here to plan all your rides now with our full ride schedule.

Represent where you’ll be cheering from this weekend with our brand new city tanks and tees. Click here to shop now.




Get all of the excitement in and out of the saddle with Jess’ brand new Cherry Bomb smoothie. Grab this mix on the menu at our NYC studio or find the full recipe below to make right in your own kitchen.

5 oz kale

1 cup almond milk

6 dark cherries

½ cup frozen mixed berries

1 handful raw cashews

1 tsp coconut butter

1 tsp maca powder

½ tsp matcha powder

1 tbsp hemp seeds

1 tbsp soaked chia seeds

1 tbsp Goji berries

Fueled up? Plan your next class with Jess now.


March’s Pedal To the Medal Recap

Congratulations on completing our March Challenge. Riders who completed this month’s Pedal to the Medal challenge, rode an incredible combined 1,162,237 miles between March 1st – 28th. That’s one way to outdo February.

Check out all of our finishers’ hard work below and see you on the leaderboard soon.


16 Places to Check Out Around the Peloton NYC Studio

Not only is the NYC Peloton studio an exciting spot but we’re lucky to be in the company of some great attractions nearby. Find our complete list of the best spots to check out right after (or before) you see us on bike.


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Highlights: Named one of the greatest indoor food halls in the world, spend time here to find the best bites from all over. 

Photo courtesy of Chelsea Market 

Highlights: Craving Italian? Visit Eataly for fresh bites and to shop their extensive market. 
Photo courtesy of Eataly
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Highlights: Check out Company Pizza for amazing slices, great wine and a cool family-style atmosphere. 
Photo courtesy of Company Pizza
Highlights: Dine healthy with great cocktails. Always a fresh menu and tons of healthy veggies. 
Photo courtesy of Westville
Highlights: 100% organic and vegan. Try Terri for quick sandwiches, wraps and smoothies. 
Photo courtesy of Terri
Highlights: One of the best places to grab a juice on-the-go. 
Photo courtesy of Juicology 
Highlights: Another stop for some of the best smoothies and juices.
Photo courtesy of The Juice Shop
HOT CHOCOLATE cuty bakery
Highlights: A cold winter staple, City Bakery’s hot chocolate is a requirement to try while you’re in the area. 
Photo courtesy of City Bakery
Highlights: Learn a little more about fashion’s past & present at the nearby FIT museum.
Photo courtesy of FIT 
 gladstone gallery-2
Highlights: The perfect place to take a peek at some more amazing pieces.
Photo courtesy of Gladstone Gallery
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Highlights: Perfect for a stroll, the Highline stretches from Gansevoort St. in the Meatpacking District to 34th street. Great views and food vendors along the way!
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Highlights: Take a tour of the brand new, beautiful building and the amazing artwork that’s inside. Another amazing place to catch some breathtaking city views. 
Photo courtesy of The Whitney Museum 
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Highlights: Another great spot to take in a little history & art. 
Photo courtesy of The Rubin 
Highlights: Book a uniquely designed room or just grab a spot at the bar for a craft beer or a cup of Stumptown coffee. 
Photo courtesy of ACE Hotel 
Highlights: Stop in for a quick cocktail and a lot of history. 
Photo courtesy of The Flatiron Lounge
Highlights: Stay for the night and experience the skyline views in their rooftop spaces. 
Photo courtesy of The Standard