Peloton, which received an early movie star fanbase for its train bikes and distant exercise courses, has seen demand surge through the pandemic.
The agency’s international membership base hit 3.1 million on the finish of June, greater than double a yr earlier, as health club closures as a consequence of Covid-19 elevated demand for at-home exercises.
The bounce in sign-ups lifted income to $607m (£474m), up 172% year-on-year.
But it has additionally strained provide, prompting prolonged waits for tools.
The agency had mentioned it was slashing costs for its current treadmill and bike, reducing the price of the bike from $2,245 to $1,895 in an effort to make their merchandise extra accessible.
The transfer coincided with the launch of latest, costlier, variations of the identical items of apparatus.
But the agency, which depends on purchases of its machines fitted with touchscreens for many of its gross sales, mentioned it didn’t anticipate supply delays to enhance a lot earlier than the top of the yr.
“Demand… stays sturdy and member engagement stays elevated, regardless of bettering climate and the gradual reopening,” chief government John Foley mentioned on an analyst name after the agency shared its quarterly outcomes on Thursday.
Peloton mentioned the variety of “linked health” subscribers, who entry its distant courses through one of many agency’s machines, jumped to greater than 1.09 million on the finish of June, up 113% as compared with the identical interval final yr.
Those members are additionally figuring out extra – averaging greater than 24 exercises per 30 days, in comparison with 12 one yr in the past.
The development propelled the agency to its first quarterly revenue of $89m, versus a lack of $47.4m final yr.
Mr Foley advised analysts he was not apprehensive about demand subsiding after the pandemic, given the alternatives for international growth.
Peloton mentioned it anticipated the variety of subscribers to exceed 2 million over the following 12 months and forecast income for its subsequent monetary yr of at the least $3.5bn.
The outcomes shared by the agency exceeded analyst expectations, prompting shares to rise 7% in after-hours commerce.