Cycling studios are a dime a dozen these days, but Peloton isn't your run-of-the-mill. The New York-based company was founded on the idea of bringing the in-studio boutique cycling experience to people at home. The brand sells custom at-home bikes that come with a 22-inch touchscreen monitor, allowing users to ride along with live classes at its flagship 50-bike Chelsea studio or stream a class on-demand based on cycling style, level and music preference. You can even opt for a class taught in a language other than English.
We got a tour of the gorgeous multi-level studio, which bills itself as the Soho House of cycling, from cycling entrepreneur, Marion Roaman, who runs the studio and global content.