You can also read this: https://zwift.com/kids
Direct Notice to Parents
Thank you for your interest in establishing an account for your child. Below is some important information about how Zwift collects, uses, and discloses information from and about your child. In order to set up an account for your child, you must read this notice and then click the link below to set up your child’s account.
To set up your child’s account, we will ask you to provide information about yourself and your child to create a user name for your child (please don’t use one that includes your child’s actual name). We’ll also ask some questions about your child such as their name, date of birth, and email address that will be used for their login. You or your child will need to provide their gender, height, and weight, so that we can accurately calculate information about their workouts. We also collect any information you or your child provide to customize their profile, such as a profile picture or avatar.
Once your child’s Zwift account is set up, it will collect information about their activity on Zwift, like route, cadence, effort, length of ride or run, total output and total calories burned, elevation gain, and, if your child uses a heart rate monitor, your child’s heart rate. We also collect information about any screenshots your child takes, challenges and missions completed, and your child’s experience level (e.g., Academy status), and fitness test results. As a parent, you can see your child’s activity by following your child with your own Zwift account or signing into your child’s account.
Zwift has designed Children’s Accounts so that users of those accounts cannot chat with other users and have more limited ability to interact with other users than do adult users. Please carefully review your child’s settings to make sure you are comfortable with how they are using the Zwift service. We do not share Children’s Account data with users outside of the parent/guardian who set up the Children’s Account.