Wait times for Peloton Bike and Tread slowly decrease

Peloton Delivery Delays

Peloton has reduced its wait times for deliveries of its home fitness products. Since January, wait times on the Peloton website for the Bike, Bike+, and Tread+ have all decreased. This is a positive sign following a large investment from the company to tackle this very issue.

As pointed out by PeloBuddy, the estimated wait times for Peloton’s flagship products have decreased by a few weeks. The updated delivery windows appear to be a welcome result of Peloton’s $100 million investment toward expedited deliveries announced last month.

Estimated wait time in the US for the Peloton Bike is currently 4-9 weeks, down from 8-10 weeks just last month. Peloton’s Bike+ is still a longer estimated wait time at 6-10 weeks. Same goes for the Tread+. However, that is still an improvement from the 10+ weeks of wait time Peloton was estimating in January.

The Peloton Tread is currently delayed in the US due to especially high demand in the UK. Peloton’s website lists the current nationwide sale date as May 27.

Current Peloton delivery times

It is important to note that wait times vary by region, and Peloton product. As of today, Peloton products are available in the US, Canada, UK, and Germany. Australia will be joining the party soon.

To keep you updated, here are the current estimated delivery times for each of these regions, according to Peloton. As of March 24, 2021:

United States

  • Bike: 1-3 weeks
  • Bike+: 7-9 weeks
  • Tread: On sale nationwide May 27
  • Tread+: 5-8 weeks


  • Bike: 2-4 weeks
  • Bike+: 7-9 weeks
  • Tread: 3-5 weeks
  • Tread+: N/A

United Kingdom

  • Bike: 5-9 weeks
  • Bike+: 4-8 weeks
  • Tread: 2-6 weeks
  • Tread+: N/A


  • Bike: 4-8 weeks
  • Bike+: 4-8 weeks
  • Tread: N/A
  • Tread+: N/A


  • Bike: TBD
  • Bike+: TBD
  • Tread: TBD
  • Tread+: TBD

We will continue to update these delivery times as they change. Additionally, if and when Peloton adds new countries or regions, we will be sure to add those as well.

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