It’s a well-made • sturdy bike. • No at-home bike will do a better job capturing the SoulCycle experience. • It’s easy to use and provides a solid workout. • The instructors are • overall • good. • There’s no pressure from a numbers-focused workout.
Peloton does a lot better. • It’s really • really expensive. • The user interface isn’t perfect • Live classes still have some kinks and the class library isn’t huge. • It’s difficult to track workout performance.
This might be the best option for SoulCycle diehards committed to that unique style of spinning. For others, there might be better, less expensive options.