Peloton Bike Shoes
The Peloton Bike uses Delta-compatible cleats, which you can affix to the bottom of our Peloton shoes or any pair of bike shoes with a 3-screw hole setup.
We encourage you to use the pedals your Bike comes with for an optimal ride.
Sneakers and Toe Cages
For the most secure ride, we recommend clipping in using Delta-compatible shoes. However, if you would prefer to ride using sneakers, we recommend attaching toe cages onto your pedals. To purchase a pair of compatible toe cages, please contact our Sales Team by clicking here. For more information on assembling toe cages, click here.
Alternate Cycling Shoes and Pedals
If you would prefer to ride using a different pedal system, you can attach your own pedals to the Bike. The Peloton Bike uses a standard 9/16" pedal connection.
When looking at the underside of your Bike shoe, check if the cleat is attached with 3-screw holes or 2-screw holes. The Peloton cleats will only attach to any shoe with a 3-screw hole setup.
Cycling Shoe Fit
Unlike running or walking shoes, cycling shoes have a stiffer sole to limit flexibility and maximize power. To create stability, your cycling shoes should be snug on the sides and in the heel area, but not overly tight. You should have a little room in the toe box area so you can wiggle your toes. If your toes are touching the front of the shoes, we suggest going up a size.