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New details emerge about Peloton’s Bike+ and lower cost treadmill [Gallery]

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Peloton shared a host of new images of the new Bike+ and lower cost treadmill with us this morning, and we’ve spent the last few hours looking through them.

In the first image, the power brick is noticeably absent, but it could just be for the marketing picture. The new Bike+ also includes only four adjustable feet where the now lower cost bikes includes six.

In the second image, you can see the Auto-Follow digital resistance system in action.

In the third image, it appears to include a manual camera cover. I am personally not a fan of having a built-in camera, so including the cover is a nice addition to Bike+. The top bezel is the new soundbar as well.

In the fourth image, we again see a missing power brick.

In the fifth image, we have a generic photo that shows the power cord running into the floor.

In the sixth image, we see a new rack for the lower pound weights that are often used during rides.

In the seventh image, we get a side look at the new weights rack.

In the eighth image, we get a look at the hardware connected to the auto-Follow digital resistance system.

In the ninth and tenth images, we get a better look at the new screen and camera.

In the eleventh image, we have a lifestyle shot of someone finishing a ride and the next person turning the screen to do another workout with a mat.

In the twelfth and thirteenth images, we get a look at the Apple Watch pairing process with GymKit.

In the final image, we see the lower cost treadmill with the same missing power brick as before. It’s certainly possible it’s edited out in these lifestyle shots, but it’ll be a very welcome addition if it’s now built into the Bike and Tread.

By Bradley Chambers

Rides a Peloton bike all over Chattanooga, TN.

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