Peloton is an in-home exercise application that can be connected with your exercise bike or tread and do exercise with some fun task. It has not some daily workouts but also some tasks to push the limits and keep us entertained. To workout on Peloton, you need a Peloton app running on your smart device to keep track of all your health data. With the new Chromecast with Google TV device, you can access Peloton on your big TV instead of your smartphone screen. There is no official app available on the Google TV store, but there are some possible ways to access Peloton on a Google TV device.

Peloton Pricing

  • Peloton Bike – Starts from $1,895
  • Peloton Tread – Starts from $2,495
  • All Access Membership with Peloton App – $12.99 per month

How to Sideload Peloton on Google TV

[1] Turn on and set up your Chromecast with Google TV.

[2] Click on the Search icon from the home screen.


[3] Type or say Downloader using the Voice assistant remote.

Peloton on Google TV

[4] From the suggestion, choose Downloader and click on Install.


[5] Once installed, go to Settings and enable Unknown Sources for Downloader.

Peloton on Google TV

Settings >> Apps >> Security & Restrictions >> Unknown sources >> Downloader >> Turn on the feature.

[6] Now Launch Downloader and enter the following URL:


[7] Click on Go to start downloading the Peloton apk file.

[8] After downloading the apk, install the app and delete from the apk file from your Google TV device.

[9] Then launch Peloton and connect it with your bike or treadmill.

[10] Sign up with your Peloton account and start your Workout session.

Peloton on Google TV

How to Cast Peloton on Google TV

If you are not willing to sideload the apk, you can cast peloton from your smartphone or PC to your Google TV. Before casting, makes sure both the casting device and the Google TV device are connected to the same WiFi network.

These are some of the possible ways to access and workout in Peloton on Chromecast with a Google TV device. You can also try out alternative applications like Zwift, Rouvy, etc. on your Google TV device. Keep yourself updated with Google TV articles by visiting