Is There More Upside to Peloton’s Stock Price Buy or Sell?

 

17 analysts offering 12-month price targets for NASDAQ: Peloton Interactive in the last 3 months. The average price target is $78.88 with a high forecast of $109.00 and a low forecast of $58.00. The average price target represents a -12.96% decrease from the last price of $90.62. Source TipRanks

The Bike+ will be available starting on September 9, 2020 in the U.S., Canada, U.K., and Germany, with the Peloton Tread coming to the U.K. December 26, 2020, U.S., and Canada in early 2021, and Germany later in 2021. Source: Peloton

  • The original Peloton Bike, available at the lower price point of $1,895 USD on September 9, 2020
  • The Peloton Bike+ ($2,495 USD)
  • The original Peloton Tread, now called Peloton Tread+ ($4,295 USD)
  • The lower-priced Peloton Tread ($2,495 USD), coming in early 2021

The Peloton Bike+ features:23.8″ rotating HD touchscreen: Seamlessly transition between cycling and floor-based workouts. The screen rotates 180 degrees left and right for easy viewing.

High-fidelity four-speaker sound system: Clearer sound and quality for a more intense Instructor connection. The bike also features Gymkit™: With just a tap, pair your Apple Watch® with the Bike+ to keep your metrics in sync.

The Peloton Tread features: 23.8″ HD touchscreen with integrated speakers: Transition seamlessly between the Tread and the floor during your workout. The screen tilts up and down 50 degrees, so you can have the best possible view and sound, bringing you even closer to Instructors.

Designed to fit your daily routine: Tread measures smaller than most couches at 68″ L x 33″ W x 62″ H and fits comfortably in most homes. Thoughtfully designed running platform: Tread has no front shroud, typically found in traditional belt treadmills, which creates an unencumbered training environment free of obstacles. Source: Peloton

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