Trying to figure out what you need to run?
Other than a device that meets or exceeds our minimum requirements, you'll one of the following two combinations: a smart treadmill OR any treadmill and a footpod/Bluetooth shoes. Any treadmill/sensor using the native BLE FTMS protocol or the Wahoo GEM module should work, and we've included a list of treadmills sensors that we've confirmed below.
For a full overview of what you need to run in Zwift, see this article.
Current as of February 2018:
If you have one of these treadmills, it will connect directly with Zwift:
No additional footpod or shoes necessary.
- BowFlex BXT116/BXT216 treadmills
- Any StarTrac treadmills with a Bluetooth button
- LifeFitness T3 home treadmills
- True Fitness Performance 300
- Technogym MyRun treadmill
These footpods work with Zwift:
Most ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart running footpods should work with Zwift, including:
*This is a limited Zwift promo version. Quantities may be limited.
NOTE: ANT+ connections require a receiver; usually plugged in to a USB port. iOS devices require additional hardware to convert the ANT+ signal to bluetooth. Bluetooth devices do not require a receiver but use the native Bluetooth capability of Mac, iOS or Apple TV. The Zwift Companion app for mobile devices can also be used to receive Bluetooth and transmit to a PC via WiFi. See our Bluetooth article for more details.
These Bluetooth shoes work with Zwift:
- UnderArmour Record Equipped shoes
We'll be adding full support for additional treadmills and sensors as we continue development, so don't worry too much if you have a setup that isn't listed right now. There's also a lot you can do even if you don't have the right equipment.
If you have any other questions, open a support ticket with us, and we'll get back to you!