December 02, 2019 at 03:30PM by CWC
You take your commitment to fitness seriously (kudos to you!) but sometimes making it across town to your favorite studio just isn’t in the cards with your jam-packed schedule.
Don’t skip your sweat sesh—just bring it home with you. The Peloton Bike (AKA the ultimate at-home workout upgrade) is here to help with a game-changing Black Friday deal, Peloton’s best offer of the year.
When you buy the Peloton Bike over Black Friday weekend, you’ll get “The Works”—Peloton cycling shoes, weights, headphones, heart rate monitor, and bike mat—for free (FYI, that’s $229 worth of goods).
And the bike itself has major perks: With crystal-clear streaming on a high-def touchscreen, you have thousands of live and on-demand workouts at your fingertips. Since you can work out whenever it fits your schedule (and not have to worry about your fave instructor’s class being waitlisted), you’ll feel that much more motivated to give it your all.
Plus, the new financing plan makes owning a Peloton Bike the equivalent of taking just three studio classes a month. #Score.
Click here to snag the Black Friday deal of your fitness dreams. But there are other spin bikes offering serious deals over this shopping holiday, too. Keep scrolling for other home gym options to jump on.
CAR.O.L. AI HIIT Bike, $2700
This bike uses artificial intelligence to push you to your limit. That means you’re working for a shorter amount of time, but you’re getting a full-on cardio sesh that’s personalized to your body’s capabilities. The brand is offering $300 off its normal price so go, go, go!
Snag a full-on home gym with this deal, which gives you not only a sleek spin bike but a year of on-demand workouts to stream.
This Amazon deal is an actual steal—you’ll get a perfectly good spin bike with an adjustable seat, iPad mount, and LCD monitor for your very own pro-level cycling workout.
Yet another Amazon sale that gives you a spinning studio in your living room for the lowest cost you’ll find all year.
Originally published November 24, 2017, updated December 2, 2019