Peloton Bike
Peloton $2,245 + $39 monthly membership

Peloton Bike

Review Date 11/01/2018

Time to get in shape? Got a couple thousand dollars to spend? This stationary bike--complete with touch screen, speakers, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, camera, and microphone--is here to make you sweat. Hop on the bike, fire up the subscription-based classes and trainers in the large display on the handlebars and get spinning. This bike tracks your progress, has trainers to motivate you, and lets you ride your bike virtually all over the world. Perhaps that $39 per month membership will keep this from becoming an expensive towel rack.

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Overall Security Rating
3/5 star
The bike does not use encryption by default. It relies on your personal home Wi-Fi network to encrypt. If your home Wi-Fi doesn't encrypt, your data in not secure.
Security updates
Strong password
This depends on whether you must login to a secure Wi-Fi network with a password.
Manages vulnerabilities
Privacy policy

Can it snoop on me?

Device: Yes | App: No
Device: Yes | App: No
Tracks Location
Device: No | App: Yes

How does it handle privacy?

How does it share data?
May share or sell user data with advertisers and/or third party businesses.
Can you delete your data?
Parental controls?
Collects biometrics data?
User friendly privacy info?
Links to privacy information

What could happen if something went wrong

If you don't set this up over an encrypted Wi-Fi network, someone could see your open data and watch you sweat and grunt your way through a workout.

How to contact the company