This Week’s Top 5 Zwift Videos: Leith Hill IRL, Rocking the Alpe, Beginner Tips and Beyond

This Week’s Top 5 Zwift Videos: Leith Hill IRL, Rocking the Alpe, Beginner Tips and Beyond

This week, the Top 5 Zwift videos include a comparison of Zwift’s Leith Hill to the real-life climb, a new Zwifter’s attempt at Alpe du Zwift, some advice for beginners, and handy tips for all Zwifters.

Cycling Leith Hill | Which Is Faster, Zwift or Real Life? Full Gas With Power Data & Comparison

Two full-gas climbs. One in the real Surrey Hills, and the other in Zwift’s London world. Phillip Lovett is back with another Zwift vs. real-life comparison, this time on Leith Hill. See side-by-side footage showing how they compare, and find out which time was faster at “Bike Racing Without Mercy.”

Alpe du ZWIFT in 60 mins – 100Kg/220lbs newbie + Wahoo Kickr Bike ROCKER

Mark Lewis noticed his KICKR Bike was creaking and not allowing much movement, so he set it on a rocker plate built by Tim Churchill at Churchill Woodcraft. Then he launched an all-out effort up Alpe du Zwift, aiming for a 60-minute climb. There may or may not be a fall and some strong language at the end!

Things I didn’t know when I first started on Zwift

What do you wish you knew when you were just starting Zwift? Anwar Eaton explains the basics and some tips he’s learned.

Top 10 Zwift Tips & Tricks For Beginners

Filmed back in March when some locations had limits on outdoor activity, this video is useful for Zwift newbies at any time. Check out Cycle Nutter’s top 10 pieces of advice for beginners.

5 COOL ZWIFT TIPS No One Told You About

Sarah LaRoque with “Everything Is Photogenic” outlines 5 lesser-known tips for Zwifters of any level. (But we think someone might have told you about some of them…)

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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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David R Webber
David R Webber
4 months ago

Wet road also means losing traction ~ 10%+. And I ride rollers – can replicate bike power better.

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