Not riding your Bike? You can always pause your All-Access Membership or keep your membership and take it on the go with our app on your Apple® iOS or Android® device. However, if you still want to sell your Bike, here are some tips.
Please Note: Neither Bike and Bike+ Limited Warranties, which come included with the purchase of any Bike directly from Peloton, nor Peloton Service Plans are transferable to secondary owners. Click here for more information about Peloton Service Plans.
Bikes that are part of the Peloton Rental Program cannot be resold and must be returned to Peloton upon termination of your Peloton Rental Agreement. Peloton will NOT activate an All Access Membership on a Peloton Rental Bike that has been resold.
In addition, it is unlawful for any person to sell, offer for sale, or distribute a product that is subject to a product recall. Peloton urges you to determine if the Bike you are planning to sell or selling through a third-party platform is subject to Peloton’s voluntary recall of the original Peloton Bike seat post. If your Bike is subject to the voluntary recall and you still need a new seat post, you must replace your seat post prior to selling your Peloton Bike. Please visit this page to obtain your free replacement seat post prior to trying to sell or selling your Peloton Bike.
Please use the following information as a guide only, and note that Peloton is in no way affiliated with or responsible for any secondary sales or secondary marketplaces, and prohibits the sale of any Peloton Bikes that are subject to the voluntary recall.
Where can I sell my bike?
While we do not endorse any particular selling platform (or help with the process), below are examples where former Members have sold their Peloton Bike or Bike+.
- Local Online Marketplace (e.g., Craigslist, Facebook Marketplace)
- National Online Marketplace (e.g., eBay)
- Unofficial “Peloton Buy Sell Trade” Facebook Group. Please note: this page is not in any way affiliated with Peloton.
- In-person (e.g., family member, friend, neighbor)
How much should I sell my Bike or Bike+ for?
There is no typical selling price. It often ranges depending on characteristics such as condition and age. Depending on the selling platform, you may view historical sales listings to get an idea of the going rate.
What info should I include in my listing?
Listings often include item name, condition (e.g., degree of wear, any cosmetic or functional damage, what year the Bike was purchased, etc.), price, location, return policy, guarantees (e.g., eBay money back guarantee), detailed pictures of your Bike or Bike+, as well as details on delivering or picking up the Bike. Generally, the sales platform will outline what type of information to include.
What should I do about shipping?
We recommend reviewing our page on relocation tips as a starting point.
Can I transfer over my Bike warranty to the new owner?
Neither Peloton Bike and Bike+ Limited Warranties nor Peloton Service Plans are transferable to secondary owners. Click here for more information about Peloton Service Plans.
Do I need to reset my Peloton Bike or Bike+ before selling it?
We recommend resetting your Peloton Bike or Bike+, before selling. To reset your Bike or Bike+, please click on “Settings,” then “System” and finally “Factory Reset.”
How can I find my Bike serial number?
For information about how to find your Bike or Bike+ serial number, click here.
Looking to buy a used Peloton Bike instead? Click here for more information.