“Greatest London Flat” Route Details (London)

Animated “Greatest London Flat” Route Details (London) Map
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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

Banners and Leaderboards

(in order of appearance)
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Bike Selection

This route is quite flat, so aero rules the day. Get the most slippery frame and wheels you can afford!

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Route Description

Route profile by ZwiftHub – the place to plan and track your route achievements!

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.

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David Ashton
David Ashton (@dashton)
7 months ago

Can you create a segment for this that runs from the pens

Etienne Bouchard
Etienne Bouchard
7 months ago

Hello, I did two loops to log 325m of elevation while riding for 45km distance. However, the loop is more 123m of evelation instead of 163m. I had to lower my expectations and go longer to reach at least 250m 😉

Harold M Learning
Harold M Learning
2 months ago

Is there a way, when doing a ride to watch your riding showing where it climbs up and down?

J.Wild
J.Wild
2 months ago

The bottom of the mini map has upcoming elevation, but the best view is with the Zwift Power live view open on a 2nd display

Marcia Blanco
2 months ago

Neat! Can you label key areas?

Tricia
Tricia
1 month ago

Today completed route plus lead-in in 25.4 km & 130m elevation

Eric R
Eric R
1 month ago
Reply to  Tricia

Thank you.

Jamie
Jamie
30 days ago

I think the Greater London Flat lead-in is much shorter now. Finished my ride and got my badge at 24ish km

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