Zwift HQ has released some aggregated user stats for the month of January 2016, and the numbers are impressive!

Here’s the info in one long list:

  • Longest ride: 1,000 miles (seriously?)
  • Average ride length: 18 miles (I would have thought this would be shorter)
  • Total miles ridden in January ’16: 5,880,684. January of ’15 saw just 180,820 miles, a mere 3% of 2016’s numbers.
  • 3 successful virtual Everesting attempts
  • 1,985 imperial centuries and 12,496 metrix centuries completed.
  • Top cities (whether this is in terms of number of users or miles ridden is unclear):
    • London
    • Seoul
    • Toronto
    • Taipei
    • Montreal
    • Denver
    • Bangkok
    • Sheffield
    • New York
    • Manchester
  • 145 countries riding Zwift
  • 852 Zwifters in Ohio (hello to all of you!)
  • Top countries in terms of average power:
    • Brazil
    • Australia
    • Japan
    • France
    • Sweden
  • Top countries in terms of average distance
    • Belgium
    • Denmark
    • Norway
    • Poland
    • Switzerland
  • 95,186 hours spent in workout mode
  • Average FTP: 220 watts
  • Rider power sources: smart trainer 37.7% / classic trainer 37.6% / power meter 24.7%
  • 38 World Tour leaders spotted on Zwift (including Roubaix winner Matt Hayman)
  • Busiest day of the week: Tuesday
  • 1,377,988 Ride-Ons given
  • 58,159 Strava profiles connected
  • 2,256,012 pizza slices burned