Like many anxiety-ridden Americans, the first thing I do in the morning is roll over and check my email. Today (April 30th), I spotted a message from Peloton announcing three new kinds of scenic rides — the result of a specific licensing deal with Warner Music Group to soundtrack cycling journeys through, say, the Italian Alps, to the tune of tracks like Blue Swede's "Hooked on a Feeling." Members can now choose their rides based on distance or length of time, and they can also take guided rides with instructors. Because I'm a glutton for punishment, I decided to hop on my Peloton and try all three, to see if this news was actually something to be excited about or just the usual PR hype. Related Stories One Year Later, ‘The Show Must Be Paused’ Founders Look Forward and Back Spotify Is Making a Pledge to Mentor and Market Indie Artists Related Stories Willie Nelson: 20 Obscure But Awesome Songs Flashback: Tina Turner Covers Dolly Parton, Kris Kristofferson on Debut Solo Album Prior to these developments, the scenic ride option felt like the awkward step child of the Peloton world. There were only a smattering of journeys based on time… Read full this story
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