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Skyride Net Worth 2023 Update (Before & After Shark Tank)

"Skyride" Net Worth 2023 Update

Skyride, a Human-powered roller coaster, was started by Scotty Olson in 2011. As of October 2023, Skyride’s net worth is $15 Million and they’re pulling in a whopping $900,000 in annual revenue.

On May 4, 2012, they appeared on Season 3 of Shark Tank USA seeking $3,000,000 for 20% of equity valuing the company at $150 Million. However, the Sharks were not interested in investing in Skyride. Sharks dropped all the deals because the founder didn’t know where to start with this business.

Skyride is still in business. Their products and services are available on the official website.

Skyride Net Worth

Net worth$15 Million 
Annual Sales Revenue$900,000 (2022)
Lifetime sales
FounderScotty Olson
Employees25 to 35

Skyride Net Worth Timeline

Net Worth 2023$15 Million
Net Worth 2022$13 Million
Net Worth 2021$11 Million
Net Worth 2020$10 Million
Net worth valuation in 2012 before appearing on Shark Tank  $150 Million

Skyride Pitch on Shark Tank

Company nameSkyride
ProductHuman-powered roller coaster
EpisodeSeason 03 Episode 13
FounderScotty Olson
Asked for$3,000,000 for 20%
Final dealNo Deal
LocationPaul Ave, Waconia, MN

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Skyride Founder

Skyride was founded by Scotty Olson in 2011. He is a passionate inventor. He invented a famous Rollerblade product. Skyride’s founder, Scotty Olson net worth is unknown as of 2023.

Key accomplishments

2023SkyRide Technologies successful in the cruise ship industry
2012Skyride appeared on Shark Tank


From their beginnings on Shark Tank to their current status as a thriving business. They have proven that with the right idea and execution, anything is possible. We can’t wait to see the future for Skyride and its continued success.

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Written by GAG Team

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