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Throughout this document, the terms "we", "us", and "our" refer to PedalPal.
When you login to PedalPal, you provide a username and password. This is the same username and password that you use to access Peloton. This gives us access to your Peloton profile. We collect the following information from that profile:
Workout history can include workouts from the bike, treadmill, iOS application, Android application, and any other platform where Peloton services are offered.
PedalPal does not have access to your billing information. And even if we did, we wouldn't use it because that wouldn't be very cool of us.
We know some of you love changing your Leaderboard name as often as you change your workout towels. Therefore, each time you login to PedalPal we read your Leaderboard Name to ensure it is always displayed accurately on PedalPal. We also update the Authentication Token to ensure we can synchronize your ride data automatically.
Periodically, the PedalPal robots will talk to the Peloton robots and ask for your most recent rides. This happens multiple times during each day to ensure our leaderboards are up to date.
We use your First and Last Name, as well as Leaderboard Name, to display leaderboards on PedalPal. We also use your email to ensure account uniqueness on our system. Note that if you login to PedalPal using an email and create a challenge, your email will be listed as the manager for that challenge.
Periodically we may send you an email with account related notices. For example, if we cannot synchronize your rides, we may send you an email letting you know as much.
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This document was last updated on April 15, 2020.