Zwift Stock

zwift.comConsumer & Lifestyle / FitnessFounded: 2014Funding to Date: $504.96MM

Zwift is an interactive fitness platform focused on indoor cycling. Zwift users can connect and compete with others, follow training plans, and gamify their workouts using the Zwift Hub, which attaches to most bikes and automatically sets resistance. Zwift was founded in 2014 by Eric Min, Alarik Myrin, Jon Mayfield, and Scott Barger and is headquartered in Long Beach, CA.

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Management Team

Eric Min
Co-Founder, Co-Chief Executive Officer, President & Chairman
Kurt Beidler
Co-Chief Executive Officer
Alarik Myrin
Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer
Steve Beckett
Chief Marketing Officer & Chief Revenue Officer

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News Highlights

Zwift Enables Video Highlight Uploads to Strava

If you’ve already been Zwifting this morning or last night, you might have noticed a new feature: Video highlight uploads to Strava. This new feature will automatically capture certain key moments (such as unlocking a new level/etc…), while also allowing you to manually trigger a 15-second screen recording.

Zwift Continues to Level Up With $620M Investment

The company isn’t turning a profit yet, co-founder Eric Min told Bloomberg, but it has raised $620 million in funding from investors including Amazon’s Alex Fund, KKR and Co., and Permira Holdings. Its last funding round was in 2020.

Peloton Rival Zwift Has Backing From KKR, Private Equity for Exercise Startup

The exercise app has a loyal following among e-sport racing competitions, avid cyclists and investors.
Updated on: Jul 14, 2024

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