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Peloton Restarts Sales of Lower-End Treadmill After Recall

  • The $2,495 Tread was retooled to fix problem with screens
  • Higher-end Tread+, linked to a child’s death, is still on hold
Peloton Interactive Inc.’s Tread+ exercise machine.

Peloton Interactive Inc.’s Tread+ exercise machine.

Photographer: Adam Glanzman/Bloomberg
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Peloton Interactive Inc., restarting an expansion beyond its signature exercise bikes, is bringing back the lower-end version of its treadmill, though a pricier model linked to a child’s death remains on hold.

The $2,495 Tread product will go on sale in the U.S., U.K. and Canada on Aug. 30 and in Germany later this year, the New York-based company said Tuesday. The treadmill’s previous rollout, which began in the U.K. at the end of last year, was halted in May because of a problem with its touch screen detaching and falling on users. Shares rose 4.2% as trading got underway in New York.