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Top tips — and a few pitfalls to avoid — when riding indoors.
Users ask for pace partners to remain in Makuri Island world, and Zwift listens.
‘We didn’t think it was a wise move to launch a high-end trainer or a high-end smart bike at this time,’ says Zwift's director of PR.
Wahoo adds to its indoor training portfolio while trimming its workforce by 20 percent.
RGT isn't trying to beat Zwift. Instead, the platform is chasing customization of roads and routes, a new style of training, and a different type of social integration inside the game.
Zwift pushed an update that ‘addresses competitive integrity and ensures greater fairness’ in events.
Ultra-sheer yet compressive with an excellent chamois, these lightweight bibs work very well. Just don't go outside in them.
It’s the busiest time of the year, or is it the most wonderful time of the year? Maybe it can be both when you coordinate your rides with your time-crunched schedule.
‘I think it's odd to use an RGT race to award a Zwift worlds spot,’ said the winner of the UCI esports world cycling championship Pan American qualification race.
Reggie Miller is shooting for 20,000 riders to join him on Nov. 6 ride to support Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
RGT Cycling believes that it is the first-ever to award blockchain prizes in a sports competition.
Zwift adds new routes to the recently added world, while improving the home screen presented when the game starts up.
Wahoo System incorporates The Sufferfest with other immersive cycling training tools and experiences into a single platform.
Enhancements improve user experience and game performance with new equipment, routes, and in-game physics.
Comfortable, fully wireless earpods offering pro sound quality, and easy configuration through an app.
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Pro tips for not only surviving but thriving in Zwift racing.
Zwift is leveling the playing field for women's cycling with equal distances for many events, equal payout for races, and a low-anxiety environment for all.
Some 1,900 teams fill 126 divisions for a series that hinges on collaborative efforts — and it's run by two men on Zwift.
Bluetooth headphones have a cable, which makes it easier to control on the bike and a lot harder to drop or lose a single earbud.
Direct Connect works now with Sufferfest, TrainerRoad, FullGaz, and RGT, with Zwift compatibility forthcoming.
Team Movistar is looking to add to its esports racing squad and plans a series of races in early February to identify potential candidates.
A pioneer in indoor cycling equipment launches smart trainers at a few price points.
A January 21 update brought a few improvements, including how the game displays larger groups.
The good, the bad, and the straight-up gross revealed, or, in many cases, just relearned.
Recon was done, tactics were planned and communication was constant. There were the same elements as outdoor racing, but all done inside.
The decision to curb PowerUps came as a compromise between the UCI and Zwift.
Riding indoors doesn't have to be a tedious affair, especially when you have the right clothing and accessories to make it comfortable.
The second round of racing, December 4-6, will feature riders who are preparing for the upcoming world esports championships.
Cycling indoors can be made much less horrifying by choosing the best fan for the job.
While most riders can just jump into Zwift races and have fun, elite-level competitors face stringent data-verification protocols.
You know you should stay cool and hydrated, but did you know good music has been scientifically shown to improve performance, too?
Lizi Duncombe claims complications around power files led to her being handed six-month ban for violation of data recording and reporting standards.
Lizi Duncombe and Shanni Berger were both handed suspensions from competing in Zwift events for a six-month term for violating technology data recording and reporting standards.
Stage 3 of the Echelon Racing League Real Roads series is a virtual recreation of the leg-busting Stelvio climb seen in the Giro d'Italia.
Stage 2 of the Echelon Racing League Real Roads is a virtual recreation of the infamous Paterberg which features in the northern classics.
Watch stage 1 live of the Echelon Racing League series.
The Echelon Racing League pro race series gets underway Friday, November 13, with a three-day event.
An excellent alternative to a chest strap, particularly for indoor riding.
Having all riders on the same the power-measurement devices should level the playing field for the December 9 race.
Being able to steer inside Zwift with your handlebars is cool, but the Sterzo Smart doesn't always work. Here's why.
The newly formed league will bring virtual and in-real-life racers together in the RGT Cycling environment.
Set for early December, the esports championship event now has the backing of the UCI.
Zwift's policy for verifying pro results is getting another facelift after pushback from some riders. Could the platform's Olympic ambitions hinge on it developing a consistent verification program?
The team tapped the top-ranked Zwift racer Holden Comeau as a coach to gain an advantage over the WorldTour competition.
Chris Froome will race several celebrities on Zwift as part of a fundraising event on June 7.
Competing on Italian courses that mimic the Stelvio and Tucson countryside, the startlist has all the firepower of a grand tour.
The most significant tips and tricks to get you to the pointy end of a Zwift race.
Jacob Hill-Gowing has already pedaled more than 3,100 kilometers on an uncomfortable stationary bicycle in his tiny London apartment. His final day of riding will be broadcast by the BBC.
The best Zwift pro/am team is built around cycling friends who have yet to meet each other in real life.
Tech editor Dan Cavallari and editorial director Ben Delaney discuss the expanded role of the power meter as it's used for riding indoors.