Simon, Shane and Nathan reconvene to discuss and analyse all the latest Zwift news and chat.
The podcasters get things going with a new take on the age-old Kickr vs Neo debate, updated to the KickrBike vs NeoBike dilemma. If you have 3k plus to spend on a smart bike this will be of interest to you… Shane is one of the very few people in the world with saddle time on both, so what’s his verdict?
The Zwiftcasters move on to consider the demise of VirtuoGo, one of the rivals to Zwift. It has just announced that its number of subscribers is too low to be sustainable so the issue for discussion is: can any of the rivals live with the well-funded, well-established, heavily-promoted Zwift?
Next, it’s the Rumble in the Jungle–no significant game update would be complete without some Zwifters having a bit of a moan. Is the long-ish lists of complaints about the increase in rolling resistance justified? The podcasters try to put it all in perspective.
Meanwhile, Simon has a problem with the stand-up/sit-down threshold changing to 80rpm… has Zwift got this one right?
Along with a few more tidbits of Zwift stuff – including a review of the Keep Everyone Together Group Ride functionality by experienced Zwifter Christian Nistri – this is a busy edition of the podcast for Zwifters.
We hope you enjoy listening.