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Beyoncé’s Adidas x Ivy Park collaborating with Peloton

Fans will soon be able to run the world – or at least their Peloton treadmills – in Beyoncé’s latest activewear collaboration.

The pop superstar’s Adidas x Ivy Park label is teaming up with Peloton for their first capsule collection of footwear and apparel.

The line, which drops Nov. 10, accompanies the second installment of Peloton’s Beyoncé Artist Series classes, and will feature a sneaker – the IVP Ultraboost – in addition to 29 pieces of apparel, ranging in price from $45 to $200.

Ivy Park announced the line, dubbed “#PELOTONPARK,” in an Instagram post on Friday with a video featuring Peloton instructors including Ally Love, Cody Rigsby and Becs Gentry donning designs from the new range.

Ally Love modeling an Adidas x Ivy Park x Peloton outfit
Peloton instructor Ally Love modeling pieces from the brands’ collaboration.
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Similar to Ivy Park’s previous collection colorways, the Peloton partnership features pops of neon yellow in addition to black and olive pieces.

Sweat-ready styles are set to range from cutout sports bras and hoodies to easily layered shirts and – what else? – bike shorts.

Models stretching in green outfits from the Adidas x Ivy Park x Peloton collection
The collaborative collection includes sports bras, leggings and a pair of sneakers.
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“The first-of-its-kind collection celebrates the joining of music, sport and fashion,” Adidas said in a press release. “Purposefully crafted to empower everyone on their fitness journey, Adidas x Ivy Park x Peloton is a statement of inclusivity and energetic movement.”

The collection comes on the heels of the “Crazy in Love” hitmaker’s Ivy Park x Adidas Rodeo collection, released in August, and her all-orange Flex Park collection, released in July.

Cody Rigsby dancing in a yellow Adidas x Ivy Park x Peloton outfit
Peloton instructor Cody Rigsby, who is currently competing on “DWTS,” modeled some of the neon designs from the line.

“Sweetie, we just had Rodeo two days ago. Let us breathe, dear,” one fan commented on the Instagram announcement, while another added, “Now Bey…. Rodeo already done made me bankrupt.”

Others couldn’t wait to give the styles a spin while spinning, with one writing, “I don’t even work out like I should, but … I’m about to [buy] a Peloton to match the fits.”

Following the Nov. 10 launch, the collection will be available in sizes XXS-3XL at adidas.comapparel.onepeloton.com and in select adidas stores.

And with Beyoncé’s collections notorious for selling out swiftly, you might have to sprint to snag some of the designs.

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