Peloton sues rivals over alleged patent infringement related to on-demand classes | Engadget

It alleges that the companies are violating up to four patents it holds related to on-demand classes, one of which it only obtained last week, as Bloomberg Law notes. Peloton is seeking a court order to block sales of the devices until the patents expire, in addition to compensation. It has sued iFit (previously known as Icon Health and Fitness) over patent infringement in the past and vice versa. Peloton also filed suit against Echelon in 2019 for, among other things, "imitating the Peloton Bike experience." '"Peloton has had a thorny relationship with both companies over the last few years. Peloton has filed fresh lawsuits against two of its rivals, iFit and Echelon. Engadget has contacted iFit and Echelon for comment.Please enter a valid email address
Peloton has filed fresh lawsuits against two of its rivals, iFit and Echelon . It alleges that the companies are violating up to four patents it holds related to on-demand classes, one of which it… [+1890 chars]