This Week’s Top 5 Zwift Videos

This Week’s Top 5 Zwift Videos

This week in the best of Zwift videos, see how Box Hill compares to the real-life climb, learn about Zwift Academy segment rides, and dial in your indoor bike position. Then rewind to the Zwift Tour For All races in May, when professional riders battled for glory over five stages!

Cycling Box Hill | Which is Faster Zwift or Real Life? Full Gas On Wilier Zero SLR With Power Data

On his YouTube channel, “Bike Racing Without Mercy,” Phillip Lovett does a max effort up Box Hill in real life and on Zwift and compares the two. He includes power, heart rate, and speed data in both. There’s even some picture-in-picture video, so you can see the similarities and differences in the Zwift London course and the real thing.

Zwift Academy – Segment Group Rides

Sarah LaRocque of “Everything Is Photogenic” tries out a Zwift Academy segment group ride and lets you know what to expect from this new ride format. You’ll also get some tips on what not to do!

My First Races On Zwift!! Tour de RieRie #62

CCC Liv cyclist Riejanne Markus shares her preparations for the Zwift Tour for All and her first two races. What’s it like to go from professional to newbie?

How to Transfer your Bike Position to your Zwift bike

If you Zwift with a different bike than you ride outdoors, your riding position might be different. Francis Cade and bike fitter James Thomas go over the most important measurements to know and how to make sure they’re consistent between bikes.

Great Fan Support: My Ride in The Zwift Tour for All

Alex Dowsett, of team Israel Start-Up Nation, documents his own Zwift Tour for All race with the help of his partner Chanel. At the end, this pro has some good tips for new Zwift racers – including the importance of a good fan or three!

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About The Author

Karissa Minn

Karissa is a freelance writer and cycling enthusiast. She also volunteers and serves as an advisor for a community bike center called The Pedal Factory. She and her husband, an avid cyclist, live in North Carolina with their two birds, who have not yet learned how to ride a bike.

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Robert Armour
Robert Armour
4 months ago

I usually feel inadequate, when riding this climb, as people go flying past, but looking at your power output and apparent ease, is just somethings else.

I’m off to the turbo-trainer,now, to improve things… 😉

2 months ago

Check out this video of a bit of a different, team based way of racing the 3 sisters course

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