Aviron, a Toronto, Canada-based experience-driven connected rowing machine built on an advanced gaming platform, raised $4.5M in funding.
Backers included Samsung Next, Formic Ventures, GFC, Y Combinator and others.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate expand operations and its business reach internationally.
Founded in 2018 by CEO Andy Hoang, Aviron is a connected rowing machine built on an advanced gaming platform. It provides a full body, HIIT and strength training workout engaging users mentally with games, competitions, guided programs and scenic rows.
Aviron launched in 2018 to the commercial market, establishing themselves in gyms, multi-family housing and hotels worldwide including YMCAs and Gold’s Gyms locations in the US, before launching to the consumer market in mid 2020. It is available throughout North America.
Aviron is available throughout North America and is expanding internationally. For more details about Aviron visit AvironActive.com.