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Peloton has a lot of great content beyond the bike like yoga, stretching, strength training, boot camp, meditation and more. This can be accessed by the tablet on the bike but this is not ideal as it’s hard to see from any location other than when you’re seated on the bike. Fortunately, there are a variety of ways to view the content on a TV or another screen that’s more enjoyable.

Let me know how you use the Peloton app when you’re off the bike and if you have any tips for me to add to this post.

Cast from the bike screen to a TV: The screen on the bike is an Android tablet and it’s able to “cast”(mirror it’s screen) wirelessly to a devices like Roku, Firestick or smart TVs. Here’s a video showing how to do it. This is practical if your bike is in the same room as your TV.

Stream directly from an Amazon Firestick, Fire TV or Android TV: Amazon Firestick/TV have a Peloton digital app which allows you to stream the content directly on the device. When it’s turned on say “Peloton” into the voice remote, select and install the app and log in and you’re good to go. Here’s an article with more information. The app was recently introduced for Android TVs.

Wirelessly from a phone or tablet to a TV: If you have an Apple TV streaming player or a Smart TV that supports AirPlay, you can use a protocol called AirPlay to cast from Apple devices like an Ipad, iphone or Mac. Just start playing a workout on the mobile device and press the AirPlay button which looks a TV screen mounted on a triangle and select the TV or device you want to play on. Both of your devices need to be on the same wifi network. Here’s an article with some additional info. You can also stream from a Mac to some TVs.

If you have a Google Chromecast or a Google Cast enabled TV you can Cast to it from an Android Phone or Tablet similar to the way it's done with AirPlay.

If you’re using an Android phone or tablet it’s a bit more complicated and have a smart TV that's doesn't have Google Cast or AirPlay you may be able to do it via Screen Mirroring. Here’s a video with additional information.

Wired from a computer, tablet or phone to a TV: If your laptop has an HDMI port, you can plug one end into it and the other end into the TV and voila You will play and pause from your TV. If your computer doesn’t have an HDMI port, or you want to use a tablet or phone, you can use an adapter like a lightning to HDMI adapter or a USB-C to HDMI adapter. Just make sure you have selected the right input for your TV.

On a tablet: A tablet is smaller than a TV but it’s bigger and better than using a phone for most activities and it’s convenient in that you can move it around with you and prop it up for the proper viewing angle. Download the from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

On a phone: A phone is the smallest screen but it is the one device you always have with you so it’s the most convenient and works for any activity in a pinch. I use my phone when I’m at a gym to do treadmill and strength workouts (wireless headphones are key) as well as when I travel. I also enjoy doing the guided meditations when I’m sitting on a plane.

Please add comments on what method you use and let me know if you have more tips or links to helpful articles.
 

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We have a house full of Roku devices but we do use a Firestick to play the Peloton app on the TV. It works pretty well.
 

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Good info. It's pretty obvious but you can also just use a laptop or desktop which is a bigger screen and better audio than a phone. You can also cast from Chrome to a Chromecast player connected to a TV or a Google Cast enabled smart tv.
 

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Yes, I saw that too. Very cool. App seems to work well. One issue they need to address is ability to toggle between profiles on an account without logging in again. I tried using the Roku mobile app on my phone and that makes it a little less painful to enter username and password but it still needs to be fixed.
 

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Peloton has a lot of great content beyond the bike like yoga, stretching, strength training, boot camp, meditation and more. This can be accessed by the tablet on the bike but this is not ideal as it’s hard to see from any location other than when you’re seated on the bike. Fortunately, there are a variety of ways to view the content on a TV or another screen that’s more enjoyable.

Let me know how you use the Peloton app when you’re off the bike and if you have any tips for me to add to this post.

Cast from the bike screen to a TV: The screen on the bike is an Android tablet and it’s able to “cast”(mirror it’s screen) wirelessly to a devices like Roku, Firestick or smart TVs. Here’s a video showing how to do it. This is practical if your bike is in the same room as your TV.

Stream directly from an Amazon Firestick, Fire TV or Android TV: Amazon Firestick/TV have a Peloton digital app which allows you to stream the content directly on the device. When it’s turned on say “Peloton” into the voice remote, select and install the app and log in and you’re good to go. Here’s an article with more information. The app was recently introduced for Android TVs.

Wirelessly from a phone or tablet to a TV: If you have an Apple TV streaming player or a Smart TV that supports AirPlay, you can use a protocol called AirPlay to cast from Apple devices like an Ipad, iphone or Mac. Just start playing a workout on the mobile device and press the AirPlay button which looks a TV screen mounted on a triangle and select the TV or device you want to play on. Both of your devices need to be on the same wifi network. Here’s an article with some additional info. You can also stream from a Mac to some TVs.

If you have a Google Chromecast or a Google Cast enabled TV you can Cast to it from an Android Phone or Tablet similar to the way it's done with AirPlay.

If you’re using an Android phone or tablet it’s a bit more complicated and have a smart TV that's doesn't have Google Cast or AirPlay you may be able to do it via Screen Mirroring. Here’s a video with additional information.

Wired from a computer, tablet or phone to a TV: If your laptop has an HDMI port, you can plug one end into it and the other end into the TV and voila You will play and pause from your TV. If your computer doesn’t have an HDMI port, or you want to use a tablet or phone, you can use an adapter like a lightning to HDMI adapter or a USB-C to HDMI adapter. Just make sure you have selected the right input for your TV.

On a tablet: A tablet is smaller than a TV but it’s bigger and better than using a phone for most activities and it’s convenient in that you can move it around with you and prop it up for the proper viewing angle. Download the from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

On a phone: A phone is the smallest screen but it is the one device you always have with you so it’s the most convenient and works for any activity in a pinch. I use my phone when I’m at a gym to do treadmill and strength workouts (wireless headphones are key) as well as when I travel. I also enjoy doing the guided meditations when I’m sitting on a plane.

Please add comments on what method you use and let me know if you have more tips or links to helpful articles.
I have a chromecast TV. I start the peloton app and start a workout. I press the chromecast icon and select the TV. Then it spins with the peloton logo on the TV and then crashes. It never works from android iPad or iPhone. Customer service has been useless. I've uninstalled peloton seven times from all devices.

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I just bought "the Pivot" from Top Form designs and now I can turn the screen 180 degrees, no more Roku. It gets better reception directly to the screen from the bike.
 

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I have a chromecast TV. I start the peloton app and start a workout. I press the chromecast icon and select the TV. Then it spins with the peloton logo on the TV and then crashes. It never works from android iPad or iPhone. Customer service has been useless. I've uninstalled peloton seven times from all devices.

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Have you tried streaming the Peloton app directly from the Android TV? It won't track your heart rate but otherwise has worked OK when I've tried it.
 

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Peloton has a lot of great content beyond the bike like yoga, stretching, strength training, boot camp, meditation and more. This can be accessed by the tablet on the bike but this is not ideal as it’s hard to see from any location other than when you’re seated on the bike. Fortunately, there are a variety of ways to view the content on a TV or another screen that’s more enjoyable.

Let me know how you use the Peloton app when you’re off the bike and if you have any tips for me to add to this post.

Cast from the bike screen to a TV: The screen on the bike is an Android tablet and it’s able to “cast”(mirror it’s screen) wirelessly to a devices like Roku, Firestick or smart TVs. Here’s a video showing how to do it. This is practical if your bike is in the same room as your TV.

Stream directly from an Amazon Firestick, Fire TV or Android TV: Amazon Firestick/TV have a Peloton digital app which allows you to stream the content directly on the device. When it’s turned on say “Peloton” into the voice remote, select and install the app and log in and you’re good to go. Here’s an article with more information. The app was recently introduced for Android TVs.

Wirelessly from a phone or tablet to a TV: If you have an Apple TV streaming player or a Smart TV that supports AirPlay, you can use a protocol called AirPlay to cast from Apple devices like an Ipad, iphone or Mac. Just start playing a workout on the mobile device and press the AirPlay button which looks a TV screen mounted on a triangle and select the TV or device you want to play on. Both of your devices need to be on the same wifi network. Here’s an article with some additional info. You can also stream from a Mac to some TVs.

If you have a Google Chromecast or a Google Cast enabled TV you can Cast to it from an Android Phone or Tablet similar to the way it's done with AirPlay.

If you’re using an Android phone or tablet it’s a bit more complicated and have a smart TV that's doesn't have Google Cast or AirPlay you may be able to do it via Screen Mirroring. Here’s a video with additional information.

Wired from a computer, tablet or phone to a TV: If your laptop has an HDMI port, you can plug one end into it and the other end into the TV and voila You will play and pause from your TV. If your computer doesn’t have an HDMI port, or you want to use a tablet or phone, you can use an adapter like a lightning to HDMI adapter or a USB-C to HDMI adapter. Just make sure you have selected the right input for your TV.

On a tablet: A tablet is smaller than a TV but it’s bigger and better than using a phone for most activities and it’s convenient in that you can move it around with you and prop it up for the proper viewing angle. Download the from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

On a phone: A phone is the smallest screen but it is the one device you always have with you so it’s the most convenient and works for any activity in a pinch. I use my phone when I’m at a gym to do treadmill and strength workouts (wireless headphones are key) as well as when I travel. I also enjoy doing the guided meditations when I’m sitting on a plane.

Please add comments on what method you use and let me know if you have more tips or links to helpful articles.
Team, need some advice. I want to participate in bootcamp classes, but cannot find a way to mirror screen to an external monitor, without a terrible audio delay. I have a sound bar, that can connect to my Peloton either wired, or through bluetooth -great, works fine. When I miracast to fire stick, or roku (yes I've tried both), the miracast takes the audio and there is a delay. The delay to the screen monitor video doesn't bother me, but I just cannot stand having a screen right in front of me, on the bike, with lagging audio. It's like watching a foreign TV show with dubbed english :) Any suggestions? I would expect that if I had the sound bar wired, the miracast should not take the sound, but it does Thank you thank you for anyone that can solve this mystery.
 

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Team, need some advice. I want to participate in bootcamp classes, but cannot find a way to mirror screen to an external monitor, without a terrible audio delay. I have a sound bar, that can connect to my Peloton either wired, or through bluetooth -great, works fine. When I miracast to fire stick, or roku (yes I've tried both), the miracast takes the audio and there is a delay. The delay to the screen monitor video doesn't bother me, but I just cannot stand having a screen right in front of me, on the bike, with lagging audio. It's like watching a foreign TV show with dubbed english :) Any suggestions? I would expect that if I had the sound bar wired, the miracast should not take the sound, but it does Thank you thank you for anyone that can solve this mystery.
Have you tried streaming from the Peloton app on those devices? The app works with Roku, Fire, Google and Apple. If you do it straight from your device there shouldn't be a av lag?
 

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Another option is airplay which allows you to cast from your apple device to apple TV or many Roku devices. The benefit of doing this vs. streaming is that if you have an apple watch it will track your heart rate and I find it's faster to find and start a class. You can also cast to a Chromecast or cast enabled TV. Kinda complicated but many options!
 

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Have you tried streaming from the Peloton app on those devices? The app works with Roku, Fire, Google and Apple. If you do it straight from your device there shouldn't be a av lag?
I Thought of buying a smart tv to put in my garage gym to do just that then found the pivot for non + bike. A snip of the price of a new TV and wow works perfect from top from designs.
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Did you use the Roku or Firestick?
You can do it with either. Here's a video showing how to do it with a Roku. Amazon Fire, Roku and Android TV all also have Peloton apps so you can stream Peloton workouts directly there if you prefer.
 

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I have a chromecast TV. I start the peloton app and start a workout. I press the chromecast icon and select the TV. Then it spins with the peloton logo on the TV and then crashes. It never works from android iPad or iPhone. Customer service has been useless. I've uninstalled peloton seven times from all devices.

It wont work
It is very easy to connect to a Smart TV. Just go to Settings on your bike, Device Settings, Display, Cast Screen. At this point the bike will find any devices it can connect to. Pick your TV, it will connect. No need for Roku, Apple TV or anything else.
 
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