The Tray3D NOW fits on both Peloton Models! Compatible with Both Peloton Bike & Peloton Bike+
The Tray3D will support your laptop, phone, tablet, book, or anything else you may want to multi-task with while taking that casual scenic ride. You don't have to ride all-out all the time. Throw the tray on and bust out a dual-purpose work-work event.
The 3D tray sits slightly higher for more knee clearance as well as slightly more narrow so now the rider can grab the side of the handlebars while riding.
Tray 3D Fits Both Peloton Bike & Bike+ Models:
Size of tray is 17"x17"x4"
Weight: 3.5lbs (in box)
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The tray fits our Bike+ perfectly, and makes it easy to attend long meetings while getting a workout in!
Got this to use with my peloton+ bike so that I could use my laptop while I do some of the long rides. Assembly is easy as the tray is one piece, just simply slide over the handle bars. Itâ€™s somewhat adjustable by a few inches but not very customizable, it tends to slide down to the lower position with too much vibration. I noticed a few marks on the handlebar after it was installed but it seems that they come right off. This would be good to use for long rides that donâ€™t require you to stand up. Probably wonâ€™t work well for sprints or rides that require you to get out of the saddle. Surface space is large enough for a laptop or tablet. Recommend if you like riding while working.
Nice add-on for our bike. The tray sits securely but still has a little wiggle in it when in place. The material is plenty strong, and it doesn't move enough that i have concerns with anything falling off it. Good for if you need a little surface space while you ride.
I got my hands on this Peloton accessory recently, and it's got its ups and downs. On the bright side, it's a sturdy little tray that fits my Peloton Bike+ like a glove. It's awesome for keeping my laptop or tablet handy during workouts, making it easier to follow along with classes.But here's the flip side of the coin. This tray isn't exactly cheap, and I wish it were a bit more budget-friendly. Also, the way it attaches feels a tad flimsy, which makes me wonder about its long-term durability. Overall, it does the job of giving me a workout workspace, but it's a bit pricey and could use some sturdier construction.
This was a barely an install: you unwrap it and plop it down. It's very pretty, and but I will admit to marring that with some strategic tape application. I didn't want any excessive wear from the edges of the acrylic.The acrylic itself wasn't rough at the corners, the cuts for the bike handle bars were clean and symmetrical, and the tray clear and unwarped.Unless your Bike is configured way differently from mine, you are not going to have an ergonomic workstation. Or not without maybe something to give your gizmos more height.But it is sturdy.Do perhaps do a dry run with some carboard of a similar depth. I can see you it might be a knee knocker.A very nice tray. I wish they'd included some extras so you don't wear the softer grips on your bars over time. And maybe a mat -- that clear surface shows smudges like you wouldn't believe.