Peloton Rowing Classes Now Available on The Peloton App & To All-Access Members

After much anticipation, the day has finally arrived – Peloton Rowing classes are here! You can now find these exciting classes not only on the Peloton Rower itself, but also on the Peloton App and through their website. This means that a wider group of members can dive into the world of rowing, including the engaging rowing bootcamp sessions.

It’s worth mentioning that the classes might not pop up instantly for everyone. Peloton is gradually rolling out the availability to its millions of members, so it might take a few hours or even a couple of days for the classes to appear on your app. But rest assured, they are on their way. As of our experience, we started seeing them around 12:00pm ET.

The great news is that if you are a Peloton All-Access Member (which means you own a Peloton Bike, Tread, or Row), you’re in for a treat. You now have access to Peloton Row classes not just through the Rower itself, but also through the convenient Peloton App. And don’t forget, this includes those dynamic Peloton Row bootcamp classes too. This is a big shift from before, when only those who owned the Peloton Row could access the classes via the Rower. And even they couldn’t access them through the app. Now, anyone with Peloton hardware can join in on the rowing fun via the app.

But wait, there’s more! For those Peloton App members who’ve signed up for the premium tier, known as the Peloton App+, priced at $24 USD per month, you’ve hit the jackpot. You get not only the Peloton Row classes, but also the Row Bootcamp classes. No limits here – you can take as many of these classes as you want each month.

If you’re on the entry-level payment tier of the Peloton App, called Peloton App One, priced at $12.99 USD per month, you’re not left out. You can still enjoy 3 rowing or rowing bootcamp classes every month. While you have the freedom to choose almost any rowing class, you’re capped at a maximum of 3 each month. For more than that, an upgrade to the Peloton App+ membership tier is the way to go.

Oh, and if you’re currently exploring the Peloton App through a free trial, rowing classes unfortunately won’t be on the menu for you.

And guess what? Even Peloton Guide owners are in on the action. Through the Peloton App, they have the same access level as Peloton App+ members. It’s a bit unclear whether the Peloton Row classes will be visible on the Guide itself or just through the app. We’ll keep you posted once we get confirmation on that.

Now, let’s talk about the picturesque side of things. Similar to the scenic Tread and running classes, the scenic rowing classes are exclusive to the Peloton Row machine. These delightful classes can’t be accessed through the app, even if you’re on the top-tier Peloton App+. This policy is expected to remain unchanged for the foreseeable future. This change was actually implemented during Homecoming 2021 when they revamped the scenic classes.

All these changes are part of the grand relaunch of the Peloton app brand, along with the official introduction of their shiny new app tiers. And by the way, if you missed it, they’ve also introduced a Peloton Gym feature in the app – quite the update, isn’t it?

Interestingly, Peloton’s stance on rowing classes has shifted. Initially, they had mentioned that rowing classes would only be available on the Rower at launch, with a possibility of a few classes becoming available on iOS, Android, and web later on for existing members to try out. Well, that’s changed now with the introduction of the new Peloton app tiers.

Oh, and before I forget, exciting news for our friends across the pond – the Peloton Row is getting ready to make its way to the United Kingdom in the upcoming months. Barry McCarthy, the Peloton CEO, shared that certification testing is underway for the UK launch of the Rowing machine – a necessary step before it hits the market there.

And wait, there’s a little more to look forward to. Peloton plans to offer live, in-person rowing classes at the Peloton Studios in New York. Just like their running, cycling, yoga, and strength classes, members will be able to join these sessions. While the exact timeline isn’t pinned down, a Peloton spokesperson did drop this tidbit in an interview with Forbes earlier this year. So, stay tuned for more exciting updates!

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