: #Domain waits for a steer at #HugeDomains

“Prime Bike” is a connected spin bike made by Echelon, dubbed so due to an exclusive deal for Amazon Prime members.

The $499 dollar spin bike lacks a screen but is otherwise able to connect to other networked spinners competing for the virtual gold.

“We were built on the idea of attainable fitness for everyone. The Prime Bike was developed in collaboration with Amazon, aiming to create an amazing, connected bike for less than $500 and it’s proven to be a phenomenal match,” said Lou Lentine, President and CEO of Echelon Fitness.

Meanwhile, is up for sale at HugeDomains, the domain warehousing arm of DropCatch. Priced at $3,695 dollars it costs almost double the price of a Peloton.

Registered in 2013, was first registered in 2001 but dropped a couple of times.

Should Amazon buy it?

They own Prime.Bike so that’s a good question.

Story kudos: Dale G.

This is not the so-called Prime Bike

Update 9/23/2020: The press release by Echelon was denied by Amazon, according to this statement:

“This bike is not an Amazon product or related to Amazon Prime. Echelon does not have a formal partnership with Amazon. We are working with Echelon to clarify this in its communications, stop the sale of the product, and change the product branding.”

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