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.
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.
Zwifter David Donovan Bunn vEverested to Prove He Still Had More Life Left
After using Zwift to recover from three cancer reoccurrences!
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.
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.
Virtual Cycling and Zwift—Foundation or Fad?
A report in the journal Frontiers in Sports and Active Living summarizes Zwift’s opportunities and threats.
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
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.”
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.
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.
Some Cyclists Aren’t Virtual Cyclists. Who Knew?
Are you ever tempted to defend your love of virtual cycling?
Fast is Fun and Slow Should Be Too
We all know the Zwift tagline: “Fast is Fun.” But what if you aren’t very fast? Shouldn’t you be invited to the party?
Get to Know The Petersons and Why Their Lives Would Not Be The Same Without Virtual Cycling
Virtual cycling is an essential part of married life for the Peterson’s, and they can’t imagine living without Zwift.
The Larson Family Zwifts Together, including Eight-Year-Old Antonia, and Collects Memories in the Process
Eight-year-old Antonia Larson has an impressive list of Route Badges, and her parents are not too bad at playing bikes themselves.
What does eSports mean to you?
The Zommunique asked elite eRacers from around the world to share their experience and thoughts on what eSports means to them!
What does Virtual Cycling mean to you?
The Zommunique asked virtual cyclists around the world to share their experience and thoughts on what Virtual Cycling means to them!
Falk Levien Found Cycling as a Way to Cope With the Grief, and Recover
Falk Levien depends upon his bike to take him away. Long Covid is trying to steal it from him. He is taking it back with the help of virtual cycling.
The Day my Grandson Met His First Sporting Idol – Mark Cavendish
Mark Cavendish made a fan for life and a moment that will last forever for a proud Grandad and his Grandson.
Part Two: Zwift eSports Ruleset Excludes Racers Under 16
The creation of a Zwift Junior Racing League will prove that our kids ARE worth it!
Part One: Zwift eSports Ruleset Change Excludes Racers Under 16
When attempting to find the proper balance in this complex and complicated debate, it is essential to ask, “Are our kids worth it?”
An Interview with Zwift Academy Group Ride Sweeper Matt Yankow
Sweepin’ isn’t easy, but Matt does it with a smile (I think)!
A Virtual Cyclist Reluctantly Takes a Vacation
My Active Cycling Vacation Tips for Balancing Family, Fun, Fitness, and Fear!
Johnny and Becki Roden Share Virtual Cycling to Cope With the Loss of their Son Tommy
Jon and Becki Roden turn to Virtual Cycling to help them cope with the death of their son.
Kinder Gentler Bike Racing Coms
Language is a powerful tool, especially when communicating with your cycling mates while racing when oppressive words and phrases have a tendency to just slip out.
A Pain Cave Built for Two
In-home trainer etiquette is the key to couple’s cycling therapy!
Part Two-Rhabdomyolysis: A Hidden Risk of Virtual Cycling
Rhabdomyolysis is a severe health concern we can avoid by knowing the disease and how to prevent it.
Kevin Korenthal is Proof That Adversity and Calamity Has Its Purpose
Para-cyclist Kevin Korenthal considers virtual cycling a life-saver in providing him the strength to overcome a near-fatal accident.