Using your Coros watch with your Peloton

Peloton bikes are a fun way to cross train if you are a runner like me even if you can’t afford one. More and more hotels have them in their gyms free for guests to use (you can use the hotel finder to locate them) or you may have a friend who owns one and let’s you ride it from time to time. The Peloton won’t capture your heart rate on it’s own however, and I don’t typically travel with an external heart rate monitor just in case I run across a Peloton. Fortunately, it turns out the Coros watches have a feature called Broadcast Heart Rate that can work with Peloton bikes (and treadmills) and allow you to transmit your heart rate to the Peloton and capture all the data for your workout as one activity. I’ll cover the steps necessary to make that happen.

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Coros Watch (Pace/Apex/Apex Pro/Vertix) FAQs

This is a collection of questions and answers i’ve received or run across in various Facebook groups and decided to write it all here once instead of having to re-type this every time the same or similar question comes up. I do own a Coros Apex 46mm, and it’s the best GPS watch i’ve ever owned. That being said, it’s important to mention that I am not at all affiliated with Coros, I don’t work for Coros, and Coros does not pay me for anything. I just got tired of repeating myself and thought this would be a more efficient way to answer questions.

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