Black History Month At Peloton: Unite in Creativity And Power
This will be one special month.
By Team Peloton•
This Black History Month, Peloton invites you to celebrate with music, movement, and so much more as we recognize the creative, amazing and unforgettable variety of contributions across the Black diaspora. Throughout the month of February, we’ve planned a host of different programming for us to come together as a community and honor the energy and meaning behind this amazing month. From fireside chats with a Grammy- and Academy award-winning artist, an Apparel collection you’ll want to wear immediately to rides, runs and flows set to the sounds performed by inspirational Black artists, there’s so much you won’t want to miss. Follow along below to explore an overview of how we’re celebrating this month.
Black History Month Class Collection
All month long, join your favorite instructors on the Bike, Tread or yoga mat and move to tracks by influential Black artists. Whether you’re at home, on the app or in the studio get ready to immerse yourself in some of your favorite workouts yet as we celebrate the musical masterpieces created and performed by the Black community. Check the schedule week by week to see what’s coming up next. Remember, when you complete any Black History Month themed workout you’ll earn a special badge uniquely designed to honor the month.
Come equipped to all your workouts with pieces from our brand new Apparel collection honoring artist Jean-Michel Basquiat's legacy. This collection was curated with looks that include his signature works and individual creative style. Shop the full collection here.
Get ready to turn up the volume up on our custom Black History Month playlist. This lineup spans genres and generations of music that will leave you feeling empowered and energized wherever you are. Catch a vibe in your headphones or set the tone at your next party with these fun, moving and expertly crafted sounds.
First Saturdays at The Brooklyn Museum
To kick things off, we’ve teamed up with The Brooklyn Museum in NYC to sponsor their First Saturdays event on Saturday, February 1st providing a night of free art and entertainment including a very special fireside chat with our very own Peloton instructor Tunde Oyeneyin and artist and activist Common. If you’re local to NYC, we invite you to be there with Team Peloton for one amazing night. Note: our fireside chat with Tunde and Common will be a free event although tickets will be needed for entry. 200 passes will be handed out on a first-come, first-served basis starting at 5 PM at the doors.
Ready to celebrate?