Zwifter Diane Letheren Didn’t Let Defeat Stop Her From Riding 1,000Km
After injury and disappointment caused her to abandon her first 1,000km attempt, Diane Letheren found strength and knowledge in the Zwift community
When Jan Butaye Lost His Arm in a Cycling Accident, Zwift Helped Him Up
When a tragic bike accident took his arm and his will, one-armed Cyclist Jan Butaye credits Zwift for rebuilding him and the community’s support for lifting him up.
DIRT Cory Rood Wins 340 Mile Iowa Wind and Rock
The self-supported 2023 Iowa Wind and Rock gravel ultra-adventure pushed DIRT Cory Rood past the limit—for 28 hrs 50 min to victory!
Adam Wiegandt Believes Zwift Truly Saved His Life
The Zwift Tron bike symbolizes Adam Wiegandt’s recovery from a year of post-COVID desperation and hopelessness.
Zwift Grant Awarded to The DIRT Dad Fund
Recognizing its commitment to the virtual cycling community, the DIRT Zwift team-inspired organization will receive $5,000 and 20 complimentary Zwift accounts to further its mission.
Zwifter David Donovan Bunn vEverested to Prove He Still Had More Life Left
After using Zwift to recover from three cancer reoccurrences!
A Cup of Coffee With The Pixel Puncheur
An interview with one of cycling’s colorful characters, Ben Brown—The Pixel Puncheur—whose digital kit pics lend themselves to esports.
Confessions of an Unapologetic Zwift Indoor Specialist
The Zwift “Indoor Specialist” is the new breed of cyclist that embraces an exclusive passion for virtual cycling and esports.
Episode Two: Trek For Tron—Mom vs. Her Men
Sometimes telling the story changes the story. Folks, this story is not over!
Marc Mäding—Not a Fancy Cycling Success Story
Wahoo Le Col elite cyclist Marc Mäding shares the honest truth about his struggles with mental health and why he’s done doing things he doesn’t enjoy!
The Plea For Accessibility By Visually Impaired Cyclists on Zwift
Visually impaired members of the subscriber base describe Zwift as “the most inaccessible app out there,” but when will Zwift see to it?
Episode One: Trek For Tron—Mom vs. Her Men
Few things are more powerful than a middle-aged woman battling irrelevance and menopause.
Memorial Ride to Celebrate The Life of Kris Yip on Sunday, January 29, 2023
A memorial ride to celebrate the life of passionate elite cyclist Kris Yip who tragically passed away on January 18, 2023.
Zwift’s Partnership to Innovate Talent ID Raises Policy and Priority Questions
BORA – hansgrohe and Red Bull are launching a youth talent identification program using Zwift segments. The partnership points to inconsistencies in Zwift’s message and project priorities.
Biking With Your Children—Year Round, Even When the Weather Doesn’t Cooperate
Zwift is a great way to share the love of cycling and promote a healthy lifestyle with your children.
Wahoo RGT and Project Echelon Introduce Trikes For Disabled Virtual Cyclists
Project Echelon, in a joint venture with Wahoo RGT, raised the bar for adaptive athlete inclusion and representation even higher.
18 Everestings (14 virtual), 2 Non-Stop 1,000 km Rides, and 115,000 km and 800,000 m on Zwift, Saverio Addante adds a Second Virtual Everesting Roam
On November 26, 2022, ultra-endurance virtual cyclist Saverio Addante rode 1,000 km and climbed 10,000 vertical meters in under 28 hours. It wasn’t the first time and won’t be the last.
The Wrap Podcast Features The Zommunique’
Zwift Community Live’s “The Wrap” Podcast Features The Zommuique’!
Virtual Cycling Helped George Dooper Recover From a Traumatic Brain Injury, and He Gave Back by Using Zwift to Raise Awareness of Disabled Athletes
Do you want to give the Zwift Handcycle a spin, but it just doesn’t feel like the right thing to do? George Dooper felt that way, too, and did something about it.
World Indoor Cycling Rankings Race Series is Here!
The World Indoor Cycling Rankings Series is coming to determine THE best virtual racer! With Prizes!
Recent Improvement Upgrades Signal Culture Change at Zwift
Zwift rolls out Handcycles! Full article published in Cycling Weekly!
Zwifter Ventures Back Into the Wild To Find The Balance She Has in Virtual Racing
Liz Van Houweling’s life-changing formidable experience at the 2021 USA Cross Nats!
Is “Pain Cave” Stupid?
It’s not what you think, and it’s okay to take it seriously.
“Off Season” Virtual Riding at its Finest
Small field sizes in eRacing do not have to mean less fun!
Being an Endurance Athlete Almost Cost Me My Life—A Personal Story of Hemochromatosis
Hemochromatosis is the most common genetic disease in the Western world and, if undiagnosed and left untreated, can be life-threatening. It was for me.
Virtual Cycling and Zwift—Foundation or Fad?
A report in the journal Frontiers in Sports and Active Living summarizes Zwift’s opportunities and threats.
Zwifter Carrie Matczynski Has A Lot to Celebrate on her Cranniversary
On May 8th Carrie Matczynski will celebrate four years as a brain tumor survivor and Ironman!
Sharron Yaxley—The Mink—200,000 Zwift Kms! An Ordinary Girl With a Stubborn Streak to Persevere and Endure!
In this wide-ranging interview learn what makes Sharron pedal and what almost stopped her in her tracks!
Cycling is Scientifically Proven to Increase Life Expectancy – How About Virtual Cycling?
Cycling is in the top five when it comes to lengthening your lifespan, but it isn’t all for the reasons you may think.
Zwift’s BMTR Asst. Director Leads 9 Group Rides for 8 Teams in 7 Days for One Purpose
“Zwift Community rides make friendships, people who care about one another, and we truly make a difference.” – Jim Nelson
The End of a Bike Race Isn’t Life or Death, It Is a Time to Reflect
It’s never too late to make a positive change in life. Make yours now and you will have nothing to regret!
Dr. Taitem Jewell Knows Better
A cyclist, a physician, and a post-COVID-19 cautionary tale you need to hear!
The Lifelong Struggle With Body Image Ravaged Alisha Taubman’s Mental Health, and When She Lost Her Will to Live Zwift Was the Savior
Alisha Taubman attempted to take her own life when the battle with weight caused her world to spiral out of control. Zwift helped her take it back.
One Woman’s World of Zwift
Virtual cycling experiences differ for males and females, but we can all take advantage of the opportunities available and do our part to make the virtual world a better one!
Adaptive Athlete Representation is Coming to Zwift!
When I asked Zwift if they were going to represent adaptive and disabled athletes with true-to-life equipment and avatar integration, the short answer was “Yes.”
Our Kids Have a Void in Their Lives and Virtual Cycling Can Fill It
The mass exodus from traditional youth sports to video gameplay has the potential to create a cascade of adverse public health concerns if the question continues to be left unanswered.
Zwift’s Youngest Ride Leader Sophie Guy is Virtual Cycling Mature Beyond Her Years
At eleven-years-old Sophie has accomplished more in virtual cycling than most riders twice her age and has earned the confidence and respect of the cyclists she leads.
Team USA and Liz Van Houweling Hunt for Rainbow on the Virtual Roads of New York
The USA women’s team put three in the top ten but are first in the hearts of eracing fans for their unified and gutsy performance at the Cycling Esports World Championships.
Adaptive Advocacy Month (AAM) to Raise Awareness on Zwift
Andy Shuttleworth, a member of the wounded, injured or sick (WIS) military veterans community, disabled/adaptive recumbent trike rider and ardent Zwifter is leading the charge for representation and inclusion of Adaptive Advocacy.
For Zwifter Caleb Carl, the Day He Was Almost Killed Was One of the Best Days of His Life
Caleb Carl has fallen back on the support of his Zwitch community to go full-circle to find closure, and it has made him a better man to his fiance’, family, and friends.
The Day Zwifter Jason Bretz’s 11-year-old Son Became a Better Cyclist Than Him
It is never too soon for our children to be better than us—at everything.
One of The Most Momentous Events in Virtual Cycling Recently Took Place, and Not Enough of Us Are Aware, But We All Should Be!
The introduction of a handcycle and true-to-life avatar is a tremendous step forward on the path of accessibility and inclusion of disabled and adaptive athletes in virtual cycling.
For Virtual Cyclist Neal Fleenor Knee Replacement Surgery Was The Only Option
As knee replacement technology improves post-surgical rehab is less extensive and cyclists are getting back sooner and better than before.
Behind the Scenes of the Life of Si Bradeley
YouTuber Si is much more than just the Recon Guy, and here’s why. An interview with Si Bradeley.
Through Virtual Cycling Military Veteran and Recumbent Rider Andy Shuttleworth Heals and Helps
Zwift makes riding, racing, and raising awareness possible for this former Reservist whose injury makes pedaling an upright bike impossible.
I Can’t Stop Myself! Why Do I Have to Sprint or Go For That KOM?
The psychology and science behind what motivates virtual cyclists to push harder than they want to.
For Kevin du Manoir Unlocking the Tron Bike Is About Overcoming Barriers
After three years and 50,000m the 270-pound Climbing Clydesdale proved to himself that he doesn’t have to be held back by his own body.
The Zwiftbike Preview with VCN and Titanium Geek
An independent take on the new Zwift Bike with David Owen and Mike Lister.
From The Feet Up Customs – Matthew Ralph is a Colorful Member of the Virtual Cycling Community
Matthew Ralph has created functional masterpieces for celebrities, pro cyclists, and many people in between, including his virtual cycling friends.