At Peloton, we empower you with the ability to express your preferences about who sees your Peloton activity and achievements. We want to make sure you are aware of what information your profile followers see.
As part of our community-building efforts, we offer features that may enable other Peloton Members to see your profile information and workout streaming history, depending on your privacy settings. If your profile is set to public, which is the default setting, other Peloton Members will be able to view this information, including the workouts you have streamed.
By keeping your profile set to public, or by allowing other Members to follow you, you are agreeing to have your information shared with other Peloton Members in accordance with your privacy settings. Please note, you can change your privacy settings to private or remove followers at any time.
Read below for more detailed information about setting your Peloton profile to private and how to remove followers.
Setting Your Profile To Private
By default, your Peloton profile is set to public. This means that other Peloton Members can search for you, view your profile and workouts, and follow you. We find that one of the things people love most about Peloton is the community, and many of our Members are eager to share with and get to know one another.
If you’d prefer to limit your Peloton circle, you have the ability to set your profile to private in your settings. If your profile is set to private, other Peloton Members can search for you and request to follow you, but will not have the ability to view your full profile or workout information unless you accept their follow request. The only information shown in a search for a private profile is the username, profile picture, location, and any tags that may have been added.
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You can also choose to further limit which Members within your Peloton circle view certain profile and workout information, such as your Strive Score and saved music.
Click below for more information on changing your privacy settings on the Web, Peloton App, or on your Peloton Product.
To set your profile to private on the Web, follow the steps below:
- Navigate to the settings details page by signing into your account at members.onepeloton.com.
- Once you are signed in, select the vertical ellipsis on the top right corner.
- Select "Preferences," and then "Settings."
- From there, you can set the box to "Make Profile Private". Select that option and click "Save Changes".
To set your profile to private on your Peloton Product, follow the steps below:
- Tap on your username in the lower left-hand corner of your screen.
- Next, tap the icon in the upper left side of your profile to access your profile settings.
- Lastly, tap the social tab and check the box for "Private Profile".
To further limit what information other Members can see:
- Go to Settings > Privacy
- Under “Account,” you have the option to select the private profile checkbox and/or the “hide my age/gender” in class checkbox
- Under “Activity,” you have the option to select a checkbox to hide your posts from the activity feed.
You can also limit what information is shared to Facebook, Strava, Fitbit, Apple® Music, and Spotify under Settings > Connected Apps.
To set your profile to private on the Peloton App, follow the steps below:
- Tap "More" in the bottom right of the App.
- Then, tap on "Preferences."
- From there, toggle on the "Private Profile" feature.
Removing a Follower
If your account is set to private, anyone who wants to view your profile will have to send you a follower request. Follow requests will appear in your follower list. You can view your follower list by tapping on ‘Follower’ from your profile on the touchscreen, web profile, or the Peloton app.
To approve or deny a request, tap "Follow" or "Delete".
You can also remove followers that were previously approved. To remove members on your bike touchscreen, select the trash can next to that follower's name. To remove members on the Peloton app or web, tap the ellipses next to the that follower's name, and tap `Remove`.
If you accidentally deny a follow request, you can ask the person to request to follow you again.
If you believe any content or behavior involving the Peloton community is in violation of the community guidelines and wish to report it to Peloton, you may voluntarily submit a violation. Please refer to the "Contact Us" section at the bottom of the Community Guidelines & Content Moderation Policy.
Click here to learn more about your Peloton privacy settings.