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Some pedals have a hex on the back side to aid in the removal, I just looked at my Bike + and see only a drilled hole, no hex.

One way to remove would be to drill a thru hole centered in the broken portion and use a ez out, photo below.

If you are not comfortable doing this repair, check with an auto repair shop, they have the tools to remove a broken stud.

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Wow - that kind of breakage could easily lead to a bad injury - I hope you are OK. Is that an original Peloton pedal? Looking at the picture, it looks different from what I have on my bike. If it's not Peloton, do you mind sharing what brand that is? Probably something to stay away from...
 

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One way to remove would be to drill a thru hole centered in the broken portion and use a ez out, photo below.

If you are not comfortable doing this repair, check with an auto repair shop, they have the tools to remove a broken stud.

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Yeah, ezy out would work, assuming the thread goes the standard rotation....you do know pedals have directional threads don't you?
 
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