Peloton Is Set To Donate Its Bikes To HBCU Students Through Its Expanded Partnership With Beyonce
Beyonce has expanded her partnership with Peloton and is releasing another series today in the hope of inspiring HBCU students on their fitness journey.
Peloton will also be donating their bikes to HBCU fitness facilities this fall as part of the collaboration.
The 72-hour fitness session with Beyonce will include 17 classes spanning three days with content streaming globally from Peloton Studios in London and New York.
For the first time, Peloton will include classes in three languages — English, German and Spanish — to be more inclusive.
According to a press release from PR Newswire, the upcoming series will dive into “the relationship between our inner and outer power, how we harness motivation and source our strength with inspiration from the world around us, and from within.”
Bethel Riley, Head of Music Gwen of Peloton, said: “The Beyoncé Artist Series allows you to mentally draw deeply from internal and external places of power and this is the soundtrack that will transport you.”
“We are honored to have designed a new series of classes that elevate movement and music on the Peloton platform. This empowering message will motivate our community to show up for each other and for themselves.”
Previously Beyoncé and Peloton’s social impact partnership provided 10 HBCUs with two-year digital memberships for students to unlock fitness classes through the Peloton App.
Partnering schools include Bennett College, Clark Atlanta University, Grambling State University, Hampton University, Howard University, Morehouse College, Morehouse School of Medicine, Spelman College, Texas Southern University, and Wilberforce University.