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How to plan a Peloton session with friends
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(Pocket-lint) – Peloton sessions are, in a nutshell, a way for users to create smaller exercise groups. The feature launched in beta in 2020, with a wider rollout in November 2021 for all users.
Rather than appearing in a leaderboard with thousands of other users, Sessions lets you do your live cycling or running lessons in a more intimate setting. Simply plan your session with the Peloton iOS app.
Sessions include rides and races that last over 20 minutes. All you have to do is pick a class at a specific time, then you can invite friends to join by sharing links to the session via email or social media. A few minutes before class starts, a notification will appear on your Peloton bike or tread so you can join your friends. If none of your friends use Peloton, you can still attend smaller sessions.
To learn more about Peloton and all the different exercise equipment they offer, check out our in-depth guide to the company. We also have a tips and tricks feature for those with the Peloton Bike and Bike+.
How to Schedule a Peloton Session
Sessions are available through the Peloton app. Only running and cycling classes longer than 20 minutes are eligible as Sessions.
- On your Peloton iOS app, select any cycling or running class that’s 20 minutes or longer.
- Select the course start time and date, up to two weeks in advance.
- Click “Invite” to share this scheduled class with your friends and family.
When the scheduled time to take the course arrives, you will receive a push notification on the Peloton app (iOS) and on your Peloton equipment. Simply hop on your Peloton Bike, Bike+, Tread or Tread+ and select “Join Session” to take your scheduled class as a session with friends.
Want to know more?
Check out Peloton’s blog and support center.
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Written by Maggie Tillman. Edited by Britta O’Boyle.