For this week’s notable events, we have selected a wide variety of events. Included in the mix are endurance races, group rides, and more!
🥇 KISS Racing 100
The KISS 100 is likely one of the most competitive races on Zwift. Every week, some of the best riders in each category come to compete in this ~100 km race! The organizers at KISS like to keep the race spicy by featuring a different route every week. Some weeks riders tackle 2000+ meters of elevation gain, and others, the course is relatively flat. This week features a rolling course with 10 laps of the new Fine and Sandy course in Urukazi.
Two time zones are available for this event. Riders should expect to be racing for 2-3 hours depending on the category. Because this is a highly competitive event, category A podium finishers are required to dual record. The rest of the riders must follow the rules listed below.
Rules: Category Enforcement, Power Meter Required, Heart Rate Monitor Required
🤝 ZHCC Rubber Band Club
ZHCC is hosting a 60-minute group ride with Zwift’s rubber band mode which keeps all riders together no matter how hard riders are pushing. This ensures that no riders get dropped along the ride. Using the rubber band feature makes this a perfect ride for beginners and riders who are looking for a higher pace.
Before joining this ride, it is important to note that riders will likely cover significantly less distance because of the rubber band mode. Zwift is working on improving it to make sure that the speeds are realistic relative to the effort that riders are putting in.
Sunday, November 27, at 6:30pm UTC/1:30pm EST/10:30am PST
Sign up at zwift.com/events/view/3268250
🥇 Super League Triathlon Championship Series
The Super League Triathlon Championship Series started on Monday and features multiple time zones throughout the week. The goal of the series is to race against other community members in an open paced race. The event features five different categories with different kits that can be unlocked with the completion of the event. (Note: categories are not pace-based, riders are free to join whichever category they would like.)
Every week for the next few weeks, Super League Triathlon will be offering these races on different courses. This week, riders will race one lap of Greater London 8 while runners cover one lap of London’s Classique.
Multiple timeslots Saturday and Sunday
See upcoming events on ZwiftHacks
🥇Rhino Crash Chase Race
The Rhino Crash Chase Race began as a private event a few years ago. It has since grown to be one of the most popular chase races on Zwift! The Rhino Racing organizers are very good about altering the time gaps based on the course to ensure a tight finish between categories. Chase races are a great opportunity to work with other riders and compete against each other at the same time. This week’s race takes riders along just over two laps of Sprinter’s Playground, which happens to be the course of this week’s ZRL!
The race is great for riders in Europe who fancy an evening race and riders in North America who want a mid-day race. As with most competitive races, there will be good ZwiftPower ranking points available at the finish!
Rules: Category Enforcement, Power Meter Required
Sunday, Nov 27 @ 7:30pm UTC/2:30pm EST/11:30am PST
Sign up a zwift.com/events/view/3268263
🤝 The HERD Saturday Doughnut Ride
Many avid Zwifters know that HERD is easily one of the most popular and prestigious event organizers. The HERD Saturday Doughnut Ride is a great group ride for riders who aim to be in the 1.5-2 w/kg area. Riders will be rolling around the Park Perimeter Reverse course this week.
This group ride is one of the most popular rides later in the day on Saturdays for North Americans, so expect a large blob and lots of fun chatter! HERD recommends that riders join their Discord server to interact more easily with other riders.
Saturday, Nov 26 @ 7:15pm EST/4:15pm PST
Sign up at zwift.com/events/view/3268027
Got other events that stand out this weekend? Share below in the comments!