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Weighing Peloton’s opportunity and risks ahead of IPO  

By Editor - Fri Jun 07, 11:12 am

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Exercise tech company Peloton filed confidentially for IPO this week , and already the big question is whether their last private valuation at $4 billion might be too rich for the appetites of public market investors. Here’s a breakdown of the pros and cons leading up to the as-yet revealed market debut date. Risk factors The biggest thing to pay attention to when it comes time for Peloton to actually pull back the curtains and provide some more detailed info about its customers in its S-1. To date, all we really know is that Peloton has “ more than 1 million users ,” and that’s including both users of its hardware and subscribers to its software. The mix is important – how many of these are actually generating recurring revenue (vs. one-time hardware sales) will be a key gauge. MRR is probably going to be more important to prospective investors when compared with single-purchases of Peloton’s hardware, even with its premium pricing of around $2,000 for the bike and about $4,000 for the treadmill. Peloton CEO John Foley even said last year that bike sales went up when the startup increased prices

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Weighing Peloton’s opportunity and risks ahead of IPO

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