Howard Stern & Guns N’ Roses Duff McKagan Appear to Be Fans Of Peloton!

Duff McKagan Talks to GQ Magazine

Duff McKagan was recently interviewed by GQ Magazine and was asked about his exercise routine and discussed Peloton. If you’ve been listening to Howard Stern’s Sirius XM Radio show lately then you’d know he’s been discussing Peloton on a daily basis. Check out the exchange and clip of Howard Stern discussing it below! Since the clips have been released Howard has tried Peloton himself and seems to enjoy it but hate the social aspects of it.

Are you still working out as much as you were? You are in your mid-fifties now, but you look great.
Thank you. You know, I do still go hard. I know how to pace myself these days and I think that happens when you get older. But let me tell you this… We moved back into our house and one of the rooms downstairs has all the electronics for the house in it and so it’s really hot in there – it must be 95 degrees. It’s hot hot! I put the Peloton bike in there and I thought, “This is going to be killer!” So I did my first 60-minute class and of course I had to go all out. And I’m 55 – all these other people are in their twenties – and I crushed it. I do a lot of cardio, so I’m in shape, and when I saw that I was crushing them, I just put the pedal down and crushed them some more. But, man, I was cramping the next day… it was bad.

They don’t need to know that, Duff. That can be our secret…
That’s right. I’m sure you and your readers won’t tell anyone about that. But I am also looking out for what I eat, taking supplements and electrolytes and all that stuff. I eat pretty clean, so I’m OK…

And the final question: you were once known as Duff ‘The King Of Beers’ McKagan. What are you the king of now?
[Laughs.] I don’t know. Maybe I am the King Of Peloton. I crushed those guys, man. And once I saw I was crushing them, I crushed some more. I broke their spirits. I paid for it the next day, but they don’t need to know that.

Duff McKagan Talks to GQ Magazine

Duff McKagan was recently interviewed by GQ Magazine and was asked about the lowest point in his life and exchange was as follows: