We try out the new Peloton Guide strength device, and have an overview what to expect, and a first impression review after trying a few classes.
Product Review / Information
We review “The Pivot” accessory, made by Top Form Design, which allows you to rotate & swivel the video screen tablet of an original Peloton Bike.
We have a hands on review of a prototype of a new Peloton accessory: the Endo Frame, which provides mounts for your phone, speaker, towel, shoes, iPad, and much more.
The SHIFT Smart Trainer is a device designed to allow you to use your Peloton Bike or Bike+ with Zwift by broadcast metrics, as well as automatically controlling your resistance.
We review “The Adjuster” by Top Form Design. This product adds the ability for users to adjust the depth of the Peloton Bike handlebars forward and backwards by 3″ (also known as fore/aft adjustment).
Ready to make your Peloton feel more like a road bike? Check out our review of HIZE Hoods, which add a new hand position to the bike and help you maintain your form, even during long rides.
SpinTray is just what its name suggests: a tray that hooks onto your Peloton’s handlebars to hold a laptop or tablet to turn your bike into a workstation.
We review the VeloTowel framewrap (formerly known as PeloTowel) – a sweat barrier designed to fit specifically around the downtube of your Peloton bike and protect the frame from even the sweatiest workout.
The company that brought us the spintowel handlebar cover and attachable towel has a second generation of their product, and is rebranding their company to Drip Accessory.
Peloton announced yesterday that they would no longer support software upgrades to First Generation Peloton tablets, but would be offering discounted upgrades to customers.
Third party accessory maker spintowel has released their towel handlebar cover in 4 new colors, and moved manufacturing to Brooklyn USA.