Peloton, the leading interactive fitness platform in the world, recently broke ground on a state-of-the-art plant in Northwest Ohio where the company will commit $400 million to the facility, along with 2,174 jobs.

The Peloton Output Park in Wood County’s Troy Township will produce the company’s bike and tread starting in 2023. The 1-million square-foot facility will sit on some 200 acres and include manufacturing, office, and amenities space, making it one of the largest connected fitness manufacturing plants in the world. The company also plans to host facility tours and open an on-site showroom.

This marks the company’s first-ever manufacturing facility in the United States.

“We are thrilled to bring a good portion of our manufacturing to United States soil and proud that it will be in the great state of Ohio,”

- John Foley, CEO & Co-Founder, Peloton

Company leadership also cited the region’s combination of people, talent and leadership, as well as its strong tradition of “making things.” In addition, Peloton realized the greater potential of supply chain disruptions with overseas manufacturing, and bringing that back to the U.S. allows the company to better control its destiny.

For Northwest Ohio, this project marks a continuation of success for the region, which has attracted more than 22,000 new jobs over the past five years.

“The fact that we’re attracting a global leader like Peloton continues to demonstrate that Northwest Ohio has the assets businesses need to succeed.”

- Dean Monske, President & CEO, Regional Growth Partnership