Tablet Holder for Stationary Bicycle, Treadmill, Elliptical, Spin Bike, Microphone Stand, and Indoor Exercise Equipment - Supports All Tablets

⭕️  Superb Range of Motion
⭕️  Compatible With All Popular Tablets
⭕️  1" Ball and Socket Connection
⭕️  Proprietary Composite Material
⭕️  High-Quality Finish

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  • Fitness Tablet Mount

    SIMPLE AND FAST - This Bar Mount Tablet Holder holds an iPad, Galaxy Tablet, or any other popular tablet out there. It easily clamps to bars (from .25" to 2" or 6.5mm to 50mm). It also clamps to flat surfaces such as desks and countertops (from .2" to 1.75" or 5mm to 44mm). Perfect workout companion. Easily mounts to treadmills, ellipticals, stationary bikes, or other exercise equipment with the twist of a knob. Slide in your tablet and get your workout started.

    ADJUSTABLE - Dual ball and socket joints on the 3.75" arm allow for easy 360 degrees adjustment in case you need to adjust your viewing position. The tablet cradle will accommodate any tablet with a screen size between 7" and 18. 4", or a tablet with a width between 6. 25" and 10. 5".

    VERSATILE & DURABLE – The mounting bracket is made from Automotive Grade ABS plastic. The jaws are ready to clamp firmly onto the bar and remain secure (even if you’re running like a madman on the treadmill, we promise it won’t bounce off! ) Super rugged to withstand high impact workouts. Great for Peloton users!

    ABOUT US - Tackform, headquartered in Chicago, IL, believes that quality products should last a lifetime. In a world filled with low cost, short lived, quick fix mounting solutions, we chose to stand apart by manufacturing and selecting products designed to endure the roughest of conditions.

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
Mr. K. (Palatine, US)
The cradle grip didn't work for me. The screen cradle is great!

Mine's an unconventional use on a keyboard (instrument) stand. The 1 1/2" tube frame is extremely slippery to allow for adjustments for multiple keyboards. The claw grip mount was not solid with the weight of the portable monitor. I would have tried double-sided sticky tape, but had an unused motorcycle handlebar tablet mount with the same pivot-ball size so I bolted that to my keyboard stand and everything is solid. Very happy with the cradle and how it holds and adjusts to position the portable monitor.

E M.A. (Philadelphia, US)

It's working out great! It didn't fit my tablet but I made it fit. It saves alot of time also.

Candace J. (Toronto, CA)
Awesome tablet holder!!

Just wanted to say thank you for the awesome tablet holder!! And an even bigger thanks to the lovely woman who answered all of my questions when I called your company. I was looking to emulate a Peloton by putting a tablet holder on my spin bike, but was confused as to which holder would suit my purpose. Plus - living in Canada, I wanted to ensure I only had to pay for shipping and customs taxes once. She helped me select the perfect tablet holder and I’m thrilled with it. The quality is excellent and holds my tablet while I’m spinning and watching spin workouts. Am very happy with it. THANK YOU!!

Mari O. (Issaquah, US)
Works Well with my 15.6 Lenovo Flex Laptop!

This was exactly what I needed to mount onto a pole and customer service was great helping me choose the parts via phone!

Paul M. (Grantham, US)
Great value. Works well for a road bike on a trainer.

I searched hard for a tablet mount to use with my road bike for indoor training. The first one I bought damaged my bars and could not hold the iPad at the correct angle. The second one would not hold my iPad securely. This one is almost perfect. It is easy to install, the clamp on the bars is secure and I can get it in place around the brake and shifter cables as they emerge from the bar tape. The iPad is held in place nicely and is easy to insert and remove with or without the case.. Note that the arm is a good length and holds the tablet a reasonable distance in front of the bar. However, the tablet is positioned too close in to use the regular Garmin mount. I got around this by using a rubber band mount for the Garmin, which is fine for winter training. It would be great if a longer arm was offered as an add-on or an option.