Peloton Revenue and Usage Statistics (2022)

David Curry

Updated: May 4, 2022

Peloton is by far the most successful business to come out of Kickstarter. In 2013, it published its bike project on the crowdfunding platform with a price of $1,500 and managed to raise $307,332, just slightly over its $250,000 goal.

While most businesses that debut on Kickstarter struggle once the hype dies down, Peloton went from strength to strength.

Peloton CEO, John Foley, had more business acumen than the typical crowdfunded creator. Prior to the launch of Peloton, Foley was the chief of commerce at Barnes & Noble, and was the founder of two successful .com companies.

This experience helped Peloton steer itself to a unicorn valuation in 2017 and IPO in 2019, two very rare milestones for Kickstarter’s alumni.

Peloton has added a treadmill to its line-up and several accessories, such as dumbbells and resistance bands. But the online services is where Peloton separates itself from other exercise equipment businesses.

A large HD screen is fitted on both the bike and the treadmill, which stream Peloton classes. Over 50 instructors run live classes each week, at different intensities, alongside a huge library of pre-recorded content.

Peloton users pay $39.99 a month to access this library, or $12.99 only through the app. In Q3 2021, it had 2.49 million subscribers.

Instead of simply selling the hardware, Peloton aims to be the entire stack for fitness. This is what has propelled it to a $15 billion market cap, propelled upward by the company’s success during the pandemic.

We have collected data and statistics on Peloton. Read on below to find out more.

Peloton financial year ends in June 30, so Q1 for Peloton is Q3 for most companies.

Peloton key statistics

  • Peloton generated $4.02 billion revenue in 2021, a 120% increase year-on-year
  • Net loss in 2021 was $189 million, an $117 million increase on 2020
  • Peloton had 2.49 million subscribers in September 2021

Peloton overview

Launch date January 2012
HQ New York City, US
People John Foley (CEO), Jill Woodworth (CFO), Will J. Lynch Jr (director)
Business type Public (NASDAQ: PTON)
Industry Exercise equipment

Peloton revenue

Peloton annual revenue

Year Revenue
2019 $714 million
2020 $1.82 billion
2021 $4.02 billion

Peloton profit

Year Profit
2019 ($246 million)
2020 ($72 million)
2021 ($189 million)

Note: Covers net income 

Source: Company data

Peloton users

Year Users
2019 1.4 million
2020 3.1 million
2021 5.9 million

Note: Peloton members refers to members as anyone who has set up an account 

Source: Company data

Peloton subscribers 

Peloton annual subscribers

Year Subscribers
2019 0.36 million
2020 0.71 million
2021 1.66 million

Peloton workouts

Year Total workouts on app
2019 52.1 million
2020 164.4 million
2021 459.7 million

Source: Company data

Peloton age demographics

Age Percentage of users
18-24 2%
25-34 29%
35-44 37%
45-54 21%
55+ 11%

Source: Company data

Peloton FAQ

How many workouts does the average Peloton subscriber do in a month?

In Q4 2021, Peloton subscribers did 19.9 workouts in a month

What is the average age of a Peloton user?

66% of Peloton bike users are aged between 25 and 44 years old

What is the average income of a Peloton user?

62% of Peloton users earn between $50,000 to $150,000, 21% make over $200,000

What is the most popular workout on Peloton?

Cycling is the most popular activity, accounting for 58% of all workouts. This percentage has decreased in recent years, as Peloton has added more equipment and workouts

How many songs are available in Peloton’s library?

Peloton currently has 2 million songs available on its content library, the largest of any audio fitness service

What is the largest turnout to an online class?

23,000 members tuned into a live class in April 2020 (CNBC)

How many instructors work for Peloton?

51 instructors are employed by Peloton

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