Peloton holiday commercial 2019 has woke people mad at bike advert. A stationary bicycle Christmas gift for a woman is sexist?
Peloton’s new holiday advert was supposed to inspire potential stationary bike customers, but some Twitter users wanted to let people know how they really feel about that Peloton commercial. They felt that we men was promoting sexism and the bike for exercise was an unachievable life goal instead.
What are your thoughts on the Peloton commercial? Do you think people review of the Peloton holiday ad 2019 is fair?
In the November 21, 2019 spot titled, “The Gift That Gives Back,” a mother identified as “Grace from Boston,” receives the bike (which retails for $2,245) as a Christmas gift from her male partner.
“First ride. I’m a little nervous, but excited. Let’s do this,” Grace says in a video diary.
Each day, over the course of one year, Grace films herself riding after work and early in the morning, compiling the clips into a grateful video tribute to her partner. “A year ago, I didn’t realize how much this would change me — thank you,” says Grace. At the end, the couple watches the montage on the following Christmas, with Grace gazing at her smiling partner.
Peloton bike Christmas ad has the internet up in arms after its holiday commercial is accused of being ‘cringeworthy’ and ‘sexist’ by woke people on social media.
Exercise bike maker Peloton released a holiday commercial showing a husband gifting his thin wife with the stationary bicycle. Social media are angry and they are not happy with the message they say the ad implies. They say the Peloton bike holiday ad is super sexist commercial.