As COVID-19 social distancing orders remain in place for many, Peloton’s recent growth may eventually subside. The company closed all retail locations, and live classes have been put on hold to prevent in-person contact. Additionally, treadmill deliveries have been cancelled and bikes are no longer being assembled in customers’ homes, according to Equity Research Analyst, James Hardiman. He discussed how these alterations may negatively impact the in-home fitness innovator’s upcoming quarter with the Wall street Journal.
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