How to play Spotify music on Peloton

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December 12, 2023

Peloton is the leading interactive fitness platform globally, with a passionate community of more than 6.6 million members in the US, UK, Canada, Germany, … It is great to listen to music while exercising. The type of music played can really help to get you into the best vibe possible for the workout. 

For the days you don’t feel like working out—and we all have them—have a  playlist ready that is full of songs that have motivated you in previous workouts. You want the songs that make you feel empowered, energized and motivated all in one place. It’s the boost from these songs that’ll have you not only working out, but hitting a personal best when you least expect it.

Knowing the playlist ahead of time can help motivate riders, runners or app users. If there is a song you know you love on that playlist, then you already have a connection to the workout before doing it. If you plan your workouts in advance based on the playlists you like, you are more likely to stay committed, because you know you’re going to enjoy it. 

Spotify could be a good place to find those energetic music tracks. Today, we’ll talk about how to connect Spotify to Peloton for listening, as well as, how to play offline Spotify music on Peloton.

Part 1 Sync Favorites from Peloton to Spotify

To connect Spotify and Peloton to view your favorite Peloton music in the Spotify app, follow these steps:

  1. Tap on your username in the bottom left corner of the Peloton screen
  2. Tap on Music in the panel on the left
  3. Tap on ‘Connect’ from the panel on the right
  4. Tap on ‘Connect’ next to Spotify from the pop-up window
  5. Sign in with your Spotify account and password
  6. Tap on ‘Agree’

With the Peloton Love feature, you can now add Peloton music to your personal playlist. Every track has a ‘love’ sign on the right side music icon, which you click if you want to save the song to your playlist.

To play Spotify music on Peloton with the Track Love feature, you can follow the simple guide below:

  1. Choose the Music button on the Peloton screen.
  2. Click that heart next to the song you like and it will be saved to your personal playlist.

Once you’ve followed those steps, your Peloton will be connected to your Spotify account. To view your saved Peloton music on Spotify, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Spotify app
  2. Tap on the ‘Your Library’ tab at the bottom
  3. Tap on ‘Playlists’ at the top
  4. Scroll down and you’ll see “My Peloton Music By [your Peloton username]
  5. Tap on it to see all your saved Peloton songs

Part 2 Play any Spotify music on Peloton

You can save the songs you love from Peloton onto Spotify with the Track Love feature. However, you can’t add and play Spotify music on Peloton. If you want to fix this issue, it requires extra help from Pazu Spotify Music Converter. 

Pazu Spotify Converter is specially designed for you to download Spotify music to common formats with either a free or premium account on Mac/Windows. Pazu Spotify Music Converter allows you to convert Spotify songs to the most popular audio formats, such as MP3, M4A, WAV, FLAC, AAC, and AIFF. With the adoption of advanced encryption technology, it’s able to keep all the converted audio files with 100% lossless audio quality and the original ID3 tags and metadata information. For more details, you can check them below.

Key features of Pazu Spotify Converter:

  • Download Spotify songs without Premium.
  • Convert Spotify to MP3/M4A/AAC/FLAC/WAV/AIFF.
  • Best possible quality song download without any type of loss.
  • Keeps all the original ID3 tags: title, artist, artwork, etc.
  • No Requirement for the Spotify app.
  • Multilingual interface: English, Deutsch, Español, Français, 日本語, 简体中文.
  • Archive downloaded songs by album or artist.

1. Run Pazu Spotify Converter

Download, install and run Pazu Spotify Converter on your Mac or Windows. Log in your Spotify account with the built-in web player.

spotify converter

2. Choose output format

Click the ” Options ” button on the top right corner. Here you can select output format (MP3/M4A/AAC/FLAC/WAV/AIFF), output quality, customize the output path, organize the output files in various ways, rename output files and more.

Spotify converter settings

3. Select Spotify songs, albums or playlists

Select the songs, album or playlist you want to download. Spotify Converter will detect and display all songs. Uncheck the songs you don’t want to download if there are any. Click “Show All” icon to toggle “Hide Converted” on in case some songs have been downloaded before.

drag&drop spotify songs

4. Convert Spotify Songs

Click the Convert button to start downloading Spotify songs in MP3 format.

remove Spotify DRM

Once the conversion is done, click the folder icon to find the downloaded More Life mp3 songs. You can then play the Spotify music without the internet.

Note: The free trial version of Pazu Spotify Converter enables you to convert the first three minutes of each song. You can remove the trial limitation by purchasing the full version.

How to Play Spotify Music on Peloton via Google Drive

You can store all converted Spotify Music to Google Drive, then play them via the WebView Browser on Peloton. You can follow the below steps to Play Spotify music on Peloton.

1. Add Spotify music to Google Drive

Go to Google Drive and sign in to Google Drive. Click the Create icon to create a new folder to save your Spotify music. Then, click the Upload button to upload the converted Spotify music.

2. Find Spotify music on Peloton

On Peloton, open the WebView Browser. Then, visit your Google Drive and find the Spotify music you transferred to Google Drive.

3. Play Spotify music on Peloton

Right-click the music document you need to play, then it will be played from Google Drive on the Peloton machine.


How to play Spotify songs on Peloton? Here are two ways to enjoy Spotify songs on Peloton. You can either use the Track Love feature to sync Spotify music on Peloton or use Pazu Spotify Music Converter to convert all Spotify songs to Peloton-compatible formats. With the first method, you won’t be able to access your favorite Spotify songs but only create a playlist from what’s already on Peloton. The second method allows all the possibilities. Now you can make your choice!