I did my 1,300th Peloton ride, which included a Slayer song. I also have 44 runs on the Tread so far.
I am not made for running either — one 20-minute run at just 5.0mph is about all I can do right now. But using the Tread on my off-bike days means I get a Peloton activity every day of the week making it possible to earn more challenge medals. 😛
Our Peloton Tread was delivered and installed this morning. It’s mostly for Gay but I tried a walk and a run on it. The bigger screen is great and the speakers are good enough to not require headphones.
I did my 1,100th Peloton ride today: Jess King’s 80s Ride. I got the first shout-out of the ride too. 🤓
After a late-ish night with friends Edie & Zach for dinner last night, I got up at 6:30am to ride Jenn Sherman’s NFL Pregame Ride at 7am and do my 1,000th (“millenniumth”) Peloton ride. It’s fun to get a shout-out during live rides for hitting milestones and I got 3 – one in the first few minutes and two at the end. More threes: I finished 3rd and picked up 3 followers.
Ride 900 today. Onward to 1000!
850 Peloton rides, 512 mega joules, 428 hours.
Ride 750 on Peloton, later than my planned milestone ride at the Peloton studio. But I did ride the same ride on-demand.
I did my 700th Peloton ride today!
Peloton only tallies the total number of rides so I used their API to make my own statistics page to track my numbers. Total lifetime: 453 megajoules, 379 hours.
Thanks to doing more combinations of 15-, 20- and 30-minute rides plus 10-minute cool-down rides more often than single 45-minute rides, I did 100 rides and reached my 600th ride in just 65 days since ride 500. Ride counts have become less meaningful, I wish Peloton totaled something else like miles or kilojoules to better track my effort.