The music-based game, previously reported by The Verge, involves people controlling an avatar on screen and meeting goals by changing cycling speed, resistance and more. You can customize different levels of difficulty, duration and music.
“Peloton created Lanebreak to complement instructor-led classes with a fresh new experience for members, giving them more ways to stay engaged and motivated with their workouts,” Pelton said in a release.
Although the game is not yet available, a members-only beta will open later this year. with full launch in early 2022.