We have found that 5’5” and under and 6’2” and above have been able to benefit from The Adjuster. There are many body types and this is by no means an exact science.
Regardless of your specific body type, you may find it helpful to be able to adjust your handlebars. In that case, this product is also for you.
No lubrication is required, as it contains self-lubricating bushings. The bolts will need to be checked occasionally for tightness, after installation and multiple uses, as they can unseat over time.
If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return the product and get a full refund or exchange the product for another one, be it similar or not.
You can return a product for up to 60 days from the date you purchased it.
Any product you return must be in the same condition you received it and in the original packaging.
We have designed this specifically for use with the Peloton®, so no, it does not.
The Peloton® equipment warranty states the following: “Damage or equipment failure due to -Introduction of foreign objects, or modifications that are unauthorized or not recommended by Peloton.”
Only a Peloton® representative can make the determination; however, we believe this statement indicates that Peloton® will not support your warranty after you install The Adjuster to your bike. Please refer to the full Peloton® warranty page here.
If you have further questions regarding your Peloton® warranty, please contact Peloton® directly.
Moves up to 3″ forward or up to 3″ backward and an additional 1-1/4 forward and backward with an easy adjustment to the base plate.
See installation video or instructions. If you can build Ikea furniture, this is easy.
The design intention is to make the adjuster feel sturdy as if it is part of the bike, thus it is easy to move however has friction to it so as to create this level rigidity. The best way to move the bars is by sitting in the seat and pushing or pulling with both hands or off the bike, grab the display mount arm while pulling or pushing and slightly lifting up on the display arm.