Swift Zwift Tip: Reset Personal Best Power Numbers

Your personal best power numbers for 5 seconds, 1 minute, 5 minutes and 20 minutes are stored in Zwift and can be viewed from the menu screen while in game. Occasionally, riders want to reset these numbers for any number of reasons…

  • A temporary calibration problem which bumps their power up incorrectly
  • A new smart trainer or power meter which reads lower/more accurately than a previous setup
  • A friend who “borrows” their Zwift account and puts out higher power numbers
  • Recovering from injury and wanting to show current power levels instead of old PB’s

Whatever your reason, we’re here to help. Here’s a quick video explaining how to reset the personal best power numbers in Zwift:

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Shane Miller

aka GPLama. Husband. Internetwork technology expert. Cyclist. Traveller. Bone breaker. Llama enthusiast. Shane has been creating online content for years with race reports, rides, travel, everything Australia. Now days it's mostly bikes and technology as there's been a huge convergence of the two. On the road Shane has won 15 National age group championship titles and 29 State age group championship titles. And if he was to stop breaking indoor trainers, his collection of those would match those numbers too.

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dustin
dustin
1 year ago

why isn’t Zwift displaying my “your best” 5 seconds and 1 minute wattages?

Erik
Erik
8 months ago
Reply to  dustin

I am having almost the same issue. My 5s wattage isn’t showing.

Cat
Cat
5 months ago

my Numbers keep resetting and I don’t want them to I keep loosing my data?

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