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Wahoo and Zwift settle patent suit

Published August 31, 2023

WILMINGTON, Del. (BRAIN) — Wahoo Fitness and Zwift have agreed to settle a patent suit over Zwift's Hub stationary trainer. 

A court filing Thursday shows both sides are asking the court to dismiss Wahoo's patent suit against Zwift and any counterclaims, with each side to pay their own legal fees. 

Last October, Wahoo sued Zwift and JetBlack for patent infringement, alleging that Zwift’s new Hub trainer, which JetBlack manufactures, infringed on its patents. Wahoo quickly settled with JetBlack, with Jet Black agreeing not to sell its version of the Hub, called the Volt, in the U.S. or Europe. JetBlack continues to sell the Volt in its native Australia. 

The suit against Zwift continued, with a trial tentatively scheduled for 2025. 

BRAIN has reached out to representatives at each company for comments.

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