Indoor trainer business Wattbike has taken a coveted spot on the Sunday Times “Ones to Watch 10” – a shortlist of companies expected to see rapid growth in the future.
Having just lifted the lid on its new Atom, which the brand is labelling “the world’s smartest indoor bike”, Wattbike’s selection comes after a survey by a panel of judges with backgrounds in investment.
The list was published in yesterday’s Sunday paper within the Fast Track 100 league table, a long-running annual list that ranks Britain’s 100 private companies with the fastest growing sales over the last three years.
Richard Baker, Managing Director at Wattbike, said: “It is an honour to be shortlisted for The Sunday Times’ Fast Track Ones to Watch 10 and we are very proud to have Wattbike named alongside such an inspiring, innovative group of brands. When we launched our first cycling trainer 10 years ago we had bold aspirations to make a mark on the world of sports performance and it has been a pleasure to work alongside so many talented athletes and sporting bodies over the years. We are now very much focused on the future and with the launch of the new Wattbike Atom and being recognised on this list, we are very excited about where the journey will take us next.”