Simon, Shane, and Nathan discuss the big new idea from Zwift… This Season on Zwift offers Zwifters a taster of what’s coming up in the coming weeks and months. This is a big change of direction from HQ, which has previously kept future plans close to its chest.
We now know we are getting a neon-fest of an extension to Makuri Islands. We know that there’ll be a new way to interact with the game with a much improved Home Screen. And we now know that Clubs is due to get a big jolt of new functionality.
The Zwiftcasters discuss the upcoming new features and analyse the implications of what’s a big decision for Zwift in how it relates to its community.
Game creator Jon Mayfield has given a rare interview to a Cycling Tips podcast and as always, when Jon talks, it’s worth listening. Simon, Shane, and Nathan pick over Jon’s thoughts on his new role at the company and his thoughts on innovation in indoor cycling.
The Zwiftcasters discuss possible new moves from putative rivals this winter before moving on to discuss Zwift’s burgeoning relations with the UCI and ASO and how those manifest as the big new sponsorship of, and revival of, the women’s Tour de France plus the staging of the official e-World Champs to be run on Zwift next February.
Shane goes into rant mode about Zwift’s roll out of Strava’s Local Legends on the platform. He is not impressed!
And finally, the podcasters discuss the arrival of He Who Must Not Be Named on the platform – for real. Should the community embrace him?
We hope you enjoy listening.