One ride I wanted to do this summer that I didn’t get to was Mt. Whiteface. Whiteface climb is approximately 3500 ft over 10 miles. I wanted to do it just to prove that I could. Turns out the Road to Sky route in Zwift is just what I needed to do it virtually.
In recent months Peloton appears to have shifted their focus away from 45 and 60 min classes. They are producing a disproportionate amount of 20 and 30 min classes while leaving those of us who rely on 45 and 60 min classes in the dust. I feel Peloton is doing themselves and their customers a disservice.
Necessity is the mother of invention, they say. I wasn’t going to give up Gran Fondo-style riding outdoors, so I adapted. I found terrific local routes, bonded with local friends, and explored the area where I live. I learned a lot about myself and my neighborhood in the process.
The short answer is “No.” The longer answer is a little more complicated. Peloton offers an app that you can use on your Android, iPhone or iPad device as well as your smart TV or Amazon Fire. This Peloton app is essentially a Netflix for fitness videos with […]
I had a Strava summit subscription for a year, and my subscription is expiring. I will not be renewing it. Nazi and confederate memes are the reason why. Last fall, I came upon a Strava segment where KOM was a Strava user with an Alt-Right meme for a […]
Now that Peloton filed for IPO, there is a whole lot of opinions in the media from people who don’t own the product or subscribe to the digital service. I don’t intend to offer an investment opinion in this post. I do, however, want to dispel some of the FUD (Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt) being spread around by so-called “experts” and “journalists.”
I am a big fan of data-driven fitness. I’ve been using some sort of a fitness tracking ecosystem for almost five years. Nothing motivates me more than a correctly recorded workout.