Route Maps & Details for Zwift’s London Course

Route Maps & Details for Zwift’s London Course

This page includes route maps and details for all routes on Zwift’s London map.

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Classique

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The London course’s “Classique” route takes you on some of the most famous London streets including Strand, The Mall, Constitution Hill, and Birdcage Walk. You ride by Trafalgar Square and Buckingham Palace.

The London course’s “Classique” route takes you on some of the most famous London streets including Strand, The Mall, Constitution Hill, and Birdcage Walk. You ride by Trafalgar Square and Buckingham Palace.

Route Basics

Length: 5.4 km (3.4 miles)
Elevation:
19 m (62‘)
Lead-In: 5.7 km (3.5 miles)
Map: London

Achievement Badge: 110 XP

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The Mall Sprint Forward

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It is a precise replica of the Prudential RideLondon Classique route, which is described as “beginning on The Mall in St James’s Park, going up Constitution Hill, turning at the top to come down and on to Birdcage Walk, then passing Big Ben and turning left on to Whitehall and right on to the Strand before turning again to come back up the Strand, through Trafalgar Square, Admiralty Arch and back on to The Mall.”

Greater London 8

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London’s “Greater London 8” route covers the mostly flat “greater London” expansion and Box/Fox Hills. It is very similar to the “Greater London Loop“, only adding ~4km of flat roads and covering the greater London portion in the opposite direction.

London’s “Greater London 8” route covers the mostly flat “greater London” expansion and Box/Fox Hills. It is very similar to the “Greater London Loop“, only adding ~4km of flat roads and covering the greater London portion in the opposite direction.

Route Basics

Length: 23.8 km (14.8 miles)
Elevation:
256 m (840‘)
Lead-In: 0.5 km (0.3 miles)
Map: London

Achievement Badge: 480 XP

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Greater London 8 Forward
Box Hill KOM

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Greater London 8

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Greater London Flat

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Route Basics

Length: 11.6 km (7.2 miles)
Elevation:
45 m (148‘)
Lead-In: 5.7 km (3.5 miles)
Map: London

Start & Finish

Free rides spawn 300m from the Classique sprint banner (so no lead-in). Events start from the London pens. The route starts and finishes at the Classique banner.

Achievement Badge: 230 XP

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London’s “Greater London Flat” route covers the mostly flat Greater London expansion and most of the Classique route. It is currently the flattest route on the London course.

 

Greater London Loop

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London’s “Greater London Loop” route covers the mostly flat “greater London” expansion and the Box Hill climb. It is essentially the “London Loop” with ~6km of flat roads added.

London’s “Greater London Loop” route covers the mostly flat “greater London” expansion and the Box Hill climb. It is essentially the “London Loop” with ~6km of flat roads added.

Route Basics

Length: 21 km (13.0 miles)
Elevation:
244 m (801‘)
Lead-In: 0.5 km (0.3 miles)
Map: London

Achievement Badge: 420 XP

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London Loop Forward 1 Lap
Fox Hill KOM

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Greater London Loop Reverse

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Route Basics

Length: 21.0 km (13.0 miles)
Elevation:
255 m (837‘)
Lead-In: 0.2 km (0.1 miles)
Map: London

Restriction: Event Only

Achievement Badge: none

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Fox Hill KOM

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Route Description

Greatest London Flat

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London’s “Greatest London Flat” was released with Zwift’s February 1, 2018 update and is the longest “flat” route on the London course.

London’s “Greatest London Flat” was released with Zwift’s February 1, 2018 update and is the longest “flat” route on the London course.

Route Basics

Length: 23.6 km (14.7 miles)
Elevation:
147 m (482‘)
Lead-In: 7.5 km (4.7 miles)
Map: London

Start & Finish

If you choose this route, the game will spawn you on Constitution Hill near Buckingham Palace, riding in what is typically the reverse direction (westward). Since riders are placed at various points near Buckingham Palace on Constitution Hill, we chose to start our Strava segment at the Classique banner which is approximately 1.5km from the spawn point.

Events begin at the start pens, giving you approximately a 7.5km lead in to the Classique banner where your lap officially begins.

Achievement Badge: 500 XP

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A free ride of Greatest London Loop begins on the Classique route in the reverse direction, but only covers a portion of it before turning onto the Greater London roads. You are then taken over the bridge, through the subway and into the “Richmond Park” countryside which was part of the January 2018 London expansion.

The subway tunnels carry you back into London, over the bridge and through the start/finish banner on the red pavement of the Classique.

Greatest London Loop

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Route Basics

Length: 25.6 km (15.9 miles)
Elevation:
345 m (1,132‘)
Lead-In: 0.5 km (0.3 miles)
Map: London

Achievement Badge: 510 XP

Banners and Leaderboards

(in order of appearance)
London Loop Forward 1 Lap
Leith Hill KOM

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Greatest London Loop

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London’s “Greatest London Loop” route takes you on the outermost roads on London’s course, beginning with a flat 13 kilometers through the city then over Surrey’s Leith Hill.

Greatest London Loop Reverse

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Route Basics

Length: 25.6 km (15.9 miles)
Elevation:
345 m (1,132‘)
Lead-In: 0.2 km (0.1 miles)
Map: London

Restriction: Event Only

Achievement Badge: none

Banners and Leaderboards

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Leith Hill KOM

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Route Description

Keith Hill After Party

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London’s “Keith Hill After Party” is a custom route introduced for stage 3 of January 2019’s Tour de Zwift

London’s “Keith Hill After Party” is a custom route introduced for stage 3 of January 2019’s Tour de Zwift

Route Basics

Length: 36.2 km (22.5 miles)
Elevation:
407 m (1,335‘)
Lead-In: 0.5 km (0.3 miles)
Map: London

Restriction: Event Only

Achievement Badge: none

Banners and Leaderboards

(in order of appearance)
The Mall Sprint Forward
London Loop Forward 1 Lap

Route Description

This mostly flat route begins in the city with a lap of Greater London Flat roads in the reverse direction, then uses the Classique route to turn around and hit the same roads in a forward direction. Riders are taken back through the start/finish then into the subway tunnels to the countryside, where they finish the route with a climb up Keith Hill.

The route ends at the KOM banner, so more than half the overall elevation gain is completed in the final 4.1km!

Leith Hill After Party

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London’s “Leith Hill After Party” is an event-only route, meaning it is only available for group events. Very similar in profile to London’s “Keith Hill After Party” route, the Leith Hill version has an extra 5km of flat road before the finishing climb.

London’s “Leith Hill After Party” is an event-only route, meaning it is only available for group events. Very similar in profile to London’s “Keith Hill After Party” route, the Leith Hill version has an extra 5km of flat road before the finishing climb.

Route Basics

Length: 46.1 km (28.6 miles)
Elevation:
411 m (1,348‘)
Lead-In: 0.5 km (0.3 miles)
Map: London

Restriction: Event Only

Achievement Badge: none

Banners and Leaderboards

(in order of appearance)
London Loop Forward 1 Lap
The Mall Sprint Forward

Route Description

This mostly flat route begins in the city with a lap of Greater London Flat in the reverse direction, which diverts onto a nearly-complete reverse lap of the Classique route. We do this again (Greater London into Classique), then hit Greater London Flat for a third time, but before we reach the Classique we hang a right to cross the Thames.

Once across the Thames we head through the Underground tunnel, then hit the final climb, Leith Hill.

The route ends at the KOM banner, so more than half the overall elevation gain is in the final 5km!

London 8

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The London course’s “London 8” route covers the entire original London course by combining the “London Loop” and “Classique” routes.

The London course’s “London 8” route covers the entire original London course by combining the “London Loop” and “Classique” routes.

Route Basics

Length: 20.3 km (12.6 miles)
Elevation:
255 m (837‘)
Lead-In: 0.5 km (0.3 miles)
Map: London

Achievement Badge: 410 XP

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(in order of appearance)
The Mall Sprint Forward
London Loop Forward 1 Lap
Fox Hill KOM

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London 8 Reverse

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Route Basics

Length: 20.3 km (12.6 miles)
Elevation:
256 m (840‘)
Lead-In: 0.2 km (0.1 miles)
Map: London

Restriction: Event Only

Achievement Badge: none

Banners and Leaderboards

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Leith Hill KOM
The Mall Sprint Forward

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Route Description

London Loop

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The London course’s “London Loop” route takes you along the Thames, down through underground tunnels, and up the Box Hill KOM. 

The London course’s “London Loop” route takes you along the Thames, down through underground tunnels, and up the Box Hill KOM. 

Route Basics

Length: 14.9 km (9.3 miles)
Elevation:
220 m (722‘)
Lead-In: 0.5 km (0.3 miles)
Map: London

Start & Finish

You will spawn just before the main London start/finish banner. The route begins and ends here.

Achievement Badge: 300 XP

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London Loop Reverse

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The reverse version of London’s first major loop route, “London Loop Reverse” takes you up Fox Hill, then down Box Hill and along the Thames.

The reverse version of London’s first major loop route, “London Loop Reverse” takes you up Fox Hill, then down Box Hill and along the Thames.

Route Basics

Length: 14.8 km (9.2 miles)
Elevation:
230 m (755‘)
Lead-In: 0.2 km (0.1 miles)
Map: London

Start & Finish

Begins and ends at the main London start/finish banner.

Restriction: Event Only

Achievement Badge: none

Banners and Leaderboards

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London Loop Reverse
Fox Hill KOM

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London Loop Reverse

Route Description

London Loop with Box Hill Finish

“London Loop with Box Hill Finish” is a custom route introduced for stage 8 of January 2019’s Tour de Zwift

“London Loop with Box Hill Finish” is a custom route introduced for stage 8 of January 2019’s Tour de Zwift

Route Basics

Length: 39 km (24.2 miles)
Elevation:
625 m (2,051‘)
Lead-In: 0.2 km (0.1 miles)
Map: London

Start & Finish

Begins at main London start/finish, ends atop Box Hill.

Restriction: Event only

Achievement Badge: none

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2.5 Laps
1.5 Laps

Route Description

This route is simply the London Loop with a different finish line. The full London Loop takes you along the Thames, down through underground tunnels, up the Box Hill KOM, down Fox Hill, up the tunnels and through the start/finish banner for your next lap. On your final lap of this route, you finish at the Box Hill KOM banner instead of descending Fox Hill.

The longer version of this route is approximately 2.5 laps of London Loop, while the shorter version is 1.5 laps.

Surrey Hills

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London’s “Surrey Hills” route takes you on a complete tour of all the climbs on the London course, riding over each pass in both directions. Since the route keeps you almost entirely off of flat ground, you get a lot of climbing done in just over 44km.

London’s “Surrey Hills” route takes you on a complete tour of all the climbs on the London course, riding over each pass in both directions. Since the route keeps you almost entirely off of flat ground, you get a lot of climbing done in just over 44km.

Route Basics

Length: 39.1 km (24.3 miles)
Elevation:
1029 m (3,376‘)
Lead-In: 5 km (3.1 miles)
Map: London

Start & Finish

This route's official start/end point is the KOM banner atop the Fox Hill climb. That means you'll have a lead-in of approximately 5km before the route actually starts, and that lead-in includes a climb up Fox Hill!

We’ve created two Strava segments, one for the “event version” (which begins at the start pens) and one which covers only the official route, beginning and ending at the Fox Hill KOM banner after the tough lead-in.

Achievement Badge: 820 XP

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Interestingly, this route begins at a different spawn point than other London routes, facing in what is typically the reverse direction. This bypasses the usual flat London start so you can get climbing quickly – let the suffering begin!

Once you’re in the Surrey Hills, you will continue to ride this route, never going back into the city or crossing the start/finish banner.

You’ll ride up 4 timed KOM climbs on this route. First Fox Hill for the lead-in, then the route begins atop Fox/Box. Next you’ll climb Leith hill – the longest climb of the day.

One weird thing about how this route works is it dumps you onto the Box Hill KOM after the start line, which means you won’t get on the Box Hill leaderboard in Zwift. But you will climb (almost) all of it!

Then it’s on to Keith Hill, then one final go up Fox Hill. The route ends at the KOM banner atop Fox/Box.

The London Pretzel

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Route Basics

Length: 55.6 km (34.5 miles)
Elevation:
531 m (1,742‘)
Lead-In: 0.5 km (0.3 miles)
Map: London

Achievement Badge: 1100 XP

Banners and Leaderboards

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Greater London Loop Forward
The Mall Sprint Forward
Fox Hill KOM

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London Pretzel

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At the time of its release, the “London Pretzel” route was the only route covering all London roads. In fact, it covered them all in both directions. The route leaves off newer additions to the London course, but it’s still a fun one if you’re looking for a longer ride with a mix of flat efforts broken up by two decent climb sections.

The PRL Full

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The London course’s “PRL Full” route is meant to mimic the distance (but not the full course) of the real Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100.

The London course’s “PRL Full” route is meant to mimic the distance (but not the full course) of the real Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100.

Route Basics

Length: 173 km (107.5 miles)
Elevation:
2290 m (7,513‘)
Lead-In: 0.5 km (0.3 miles)
Map: London

Start & Finish

The route begins at the standard London start/finish, but ends on the red asphalt of the Mall at the forward sprint.

Achievement Badge: 3460 XP

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London Loop
The Mall Sprint Forward

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PRL Full

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This route takes you on eleven circuits of the “London Loop“, then turns around at the Surrey roundabout and heads towards the sprint and finish banner on The Mall.

Although we can’t seem to find numbers for the IRL course, it appears that Zwift’s version has significantly more elevation gain than the real-life course. (The 2013 course had a gain of 6,167′.)

The PRL Half

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The London course’s “PRL Half” route is meant to mimic the distance (but not the full course) of the real Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 46.

The London course’s “PRL Half” route is meant to mimic the distance (but not the full course) of the real Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 46.

Route Basics

Length: 69 km (42.9 miles)
Elevation:
954 m (3,130‘)
Lead-In: 0.5 km (0.3 miles)
Map: London

Achievement Badge: 1380 XP

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PRL Half

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This route takes you on four circuits of the “London Loop“, then turns around at the Surrey roundabout and heads towards the sprint and finish banner on The Mall.

Triple Loops

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London’s “Triple Loops” route is a large loop containing three more loops. First you hit the Greater London loop, then the Classique, then ride over Leith Hill to a loop which includes Box Hill. Descend Fox Hill, ride up through the Underground, then it’s a drag race to the finish.

London’s “Triple Loops” route is a large loop containing three more loops. First you hit the Greater London loop, then the Classique, then ride over Leith Hill to a loop which includes Box Hill. Descend Fox Hill, ride up through the Underground, then it’s a drag race to the finish.

Route Basics

Length: 40.8 km (25.4 miles)
Elevation:
544 m (1,785‘)
Lead-In: 0.5 km (0.3 miles)
Map: London

Start & Finish

Begins and ends at the main London start/finish banner.

Achievement Badge: 810 XP

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Greater London Loop Forward
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Keith Hill KOM

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Triple Loops

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The route is essentially flat for the first half, then very hilly for the back half. A bit like the Richmond 2015 UCI course in that respect, except more than twice as long.

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Eric Schlange

Eric runs Zwift Insider in his spare time when he isn't on the bike or managing various business interests. He lives in Northern California with his beautiful wife, two kids and dog. Follow on Strava

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Jim Mattson
Jim Mattson
1 year ago

The Classique description says, “When choosing this route option in game you will begin near the main start/finish banner, then ride a short warmup before you turn off for the Classique loop, which you will stay on as long as you wish.”

This is no longer true. When choosing this route option in game, you will begin in the Classique loop, just before the Classique sprint.

Steve
Steve
4 months ago
Reply to  Eric Schlange

Hi, I just did the classique and it is as mentioned by Jim above and the information on his website and others hasn’t been updated. Lead in was 400m, not 5.7km.

Steve
Steve
4 months ago
Reply to  Steve

« This website » not « his website »!

Guy Vandersmissen
Guy Vandersmissen
1 year ago

Can you please make a selection screen for the London routes as you did for Watopia. It is so much easier than scrolling all the time.
Thanks.

David Rowlett
David Rowlett
1 year ago

This is one of my go to pages before tackling an event or ride. Great info.

Stuart McAlister
Stuart McAlister
1 year ago

I think the “free ride” version of Surrey Hills isn’t in use anymore. I rode it this morning (not in an event), and had to go to the top of Fox Hill a second time to get the badge for completing the route.

afeerw
afeerw
1 year ago

report bug

Ryan
Ryan
1 year ago

Not seeing the majority of maps or descriptions with the new update…

Michael
Michael
1 year ago

Keith Hill After Party is added twice 🙂 Once as 7th track and then as last.

James Gibson
James Gibson
1 year ago

When doing the PRL full, do you get the route badges for London Loop and PRL half on the way? Or do you have to do them all separately?

Phil
Phil
1 year ago

Several of these routes don’t load for me.

Steve R
Steve R
1 year ago

The ZwiftHacks map for the Greatest London Flat is actually the one for Greatest London Loop (it’s got Leith Hill in it).

Christian
Christian
1 year ago

The new-style layout for the maps is great and love the bike suggestions for each route.
Couple of animated maps don’t match route though; Greater London 8 misses Box Hill climb, Greater London Loop says it goes up Fox Hill, Greatest London Flat goes up Leith hill, London Loop and London 8 refer to Fox Hill.
Ongoing thanks for the hardwork and effort put into such a great resource.

Tom Russell
Tom Russell
1 year ago

The Greater London 8 *animated* part of the route description does not show the route going up Box Hill, and I’m pretty sure it does. The chart showing the elevation does indicate that it ends like the London Loop routes by climbing Box hilll as the last step.

Jamison Roberts
Jamison Roberts
1 year ago
Reply to  Tom Russell

I was just going to say the same. I rode Greater London 8 today and can confirm it definitely goes up Box Hill. I set a PR, although it’s still not great.

David B
David B
1 year ago

This Website is a great resource for me as a new Zwifter to get familiar with all the rides prior to jumping on my bike 👍

Ray Morro
Ray Morro
9 months ago

Hi Eric, I just rode the PRL Half route this morning as part of my quest to obtain all the route achievement badges. The elevation you have listed for this route 954 meters/3130 feet is off by approximately 300 feet. When I crossed the finish line at the sprint banner at Mall, I had ~2800 feet total elevation (see attached screenshot). I knew something was adding up when I climbed up Box Hill for fourth and final time and the elevation was off. Must be something with the Strava segment?

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Michael R Cyr
Michael R Cyr
6 months ago

Eric, First off great work on the site…your information is a great tool for those of us striving to get the most out of our Zwift experience. I refer people to your pages all the time! I have been referring to your routes data pages to evaluate which route badges I want to bag. The individual route data including the bonus points for each as they are achieved is very useful but I wonder if you might compile it all into a text or spread sheet for to afford users the ability to print a list of routes. My thought… Read more »

Michael R Cyr
Michael R Cyr
6 months ago
Reply to  Michael R Cyr

DOH! I found it! Sorry everyone!

graham may
graham may
5 months ago

After selecting a course from the main menu I hoped that the route to follow would then be set so that I didnt need to select any change of course during the cycle particulaly when selecting to do a “Loop”. This means that making the wrong decision at a junction takes you off the “Loop”. I find this very frustrating.

Jeroen
Jeroen
4 months ago

Hi Eric, Question: has something changed on the London Loop? Both Zwift and Strava register 200 meters elevation, instead of 220 (which, if I remember well, is also mentioned in the Zwift app itself). Thanks!

Ricardo Stanoss
Ricardo Stanoss
4 months ago

This format, with all the courses and animations open takes too long to load. The list of courses that can be opened individually is more user friendly.

Andrew Garwood
Andrew Garwood
4 months ago

I am arranging my club ride this weekend taking in 3 laps of the Greatest London Flat. Could you tell me the total distance please. Is it 3 x 23.6km. Or do I subtract 7.5 km from total

Nick Kish
Nick Kish
4 months ago

I did the Greater London Flat route last week and there was no lead in. Might need to verify and update on the site. Thanks!

Lars EI Hedberg
Lars EI Hedberg
4 months ago

Greater London Flat: I have done this route twice now, and I never get to do the Lead in at all. I start like 500 meters before the sprint banner (or what it is called?). Very strange?

Lars EI Hedberg
Lars EI Hedberg
4 months ago

Just did the Classique (again, maybe the fifth time or so), and just as normal there was no lead in here either. I always start about 500 meters before the sprint banner…

Silverfox
Silverfox
3 months ago

The route badge did not register after 62km! How can I get this fixed?

A J Gemperline
A J Gemperline (@ajgemperline)
3 months ago

Just did this horror show today. ADZ would have been an easier option. I spawned getting ready to cross the Tower Bridge. You should emphasize that your first climb up Fox Hill is part of the lead-in and that you will have to climb it a second time and pass under the banner there a second time to get the route completion badge. It’s roughly 28 miles with lead in and about 3,300 feet of climbing.

Dave Cooper
Dave Cooper (@davetheguitarfreak)
3 months ago

Is there no Strava segment for the Greatest London Loop Reverse? I just rode this as a Rebel Route, but did not see a matching Strava segment.

Dan
Dan
2 months ago

Thanks Eric, I have really enjoyed learning more about Zwift through your website, It is a brilliant resource and something Zwift should be providing themselves. Thank you.

Allen
Allen
1 month ago

Great resource but looks like the PRL half is off by a lap. Didn’t finish it; when it sent me up the hill for the 5th time I called it a day. It’s at least 5 laps and 50 ish miles

Aubé-One
Aubé-One
1 month ago

just did the Greater London Loop. Normally should be not more than 30 kM and go up Box Hill once. I did not get the badge after 30kM, so kept on going, went up Box Hill a second time and finally did 45kM and still no Badge. HMMM good work out but no cigar (badge). What did I do wrong?

Tommi Himberg
Tommi Himberg (@tijh)
1 month ago
Reply to  Aubé-One

I’ve had similar issues in a number of different Zwift worlds – “success rate” for getting badges after completing a course is currently around 50%. Makes me think I’m doing something wrong as well, would be helpful if a Zwift guru could help out here. I thought you’d just choose the course from Zwift menu, then start riding and you’d get the badge after you complete it. This works sometimes but only sporadically, it seems. (Yes, it’s almost as bad as forgetting to turn recording on on a ride! 😀 )

Neil
Neil
1 month ago

Just did this (and got the badge, so I’m pretty sure I did it right), but it recorded as around 860m (neither the 1000+ Zwift Hub lists nor the 939 you list). Strava route (including a minor warm down at the end: https://www.strava.com/activities/5272323568)

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