Today Zwift announced the details of the KISS leagues which will soon be launching for pro and amateur racers.

Zwift is billing these races as a “demonstration sport” in 2019, and their press releases reference a complete Zwift eRacing product launch expected in 2020.” Much could be said on this topic, but let’s get to the league details for now!

League Rules

The rules for all leagues are the same and can be found here.

Men’s Super League

Schedule: every Wednesday at 11 am PST, from Jan 23rd to Mar 27th.

League Teams:

  • Hagens Berman Axeon Cycling Team (Professional Continental)
  • Israel Cycling Academy (Professional Continental)
  • Cofidis (Professional Continental)
  • Novo Nordisk (Professional Continental)
  • Team Dimension Data U23 (UCI Continental)
  • Canyon dhb p/b Bloor Homes (UCI Continental)
  • Team Wiggins Le Col (UCI Continental)
  • Hincapie Racing (UCI Continental)
  • Madison Genesis (UCI Continental)
  • Oliver’s Real Food Racing (UCI Continental)
  • SEG Racing Academy (UCI Continental)
  • Pro Racing Sunshine Coast (UCI Continental)
  • Ribble Pro Cycling (UCI Continental)
  • Zwift All-Stars
  • Zwift Academy Dream Team

Learn more at Zwift.com >

Women’s Super League

Schedule: every Tuesday at 11 am PST, from Feb 5th to Apr 9th.

League Teams (full list revealed soon):

  • Canyon//SRAM
  • Doltcini-Van Eyck
  • Hagens Berman Supermint
  • Team TWENTY20
  • Cervelo Bigla Pro Cycling
  • Zwift All-Stars
  • Zwift Academy Dream Team

Learn more at Zwift.com >

Community League

Schedule: races will be held on Thursdays beginning Jan 31. Americas: 5pm PST, Europe: 12pm PST, Pacific-Asia: 3am PST.

Anyone can create a team of 4-8 riders and participate in this league. See Zwift’s post (linked below) for details.

Learn more at Zwift.com >

Watching the Races

Zwift has created a new Facebook page, Zwift Live, for streaming these and future races.Races will also be streamed live on Zwift’s YouTube channel and Twitch.tv channel.