“Zwift Community rides make friendships, people who care about one another, and we truly make a difference.” – Jim Nelson
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.”
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.
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.
Zwift makes riding, racing, and raising awareness possible for this former Reservist whose injury makes pedaling an upright bike impossible.
The psychology and science behind what motivates virtual cyclists to push harder than they want to.
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.
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.
Mark Cavendish made a fan for life and a moment that will last forever for a proud Grandad and his Grandson.
The creation of a Zwift Junior Racing League will prove that our kids ARE worth it!
When attempting to find the proper balance in this complex and complicated debate, it is essential to ask, “Are our kids worth it?”
Sweepin’ isn’t easy, but Matt does it with a smile (I think)!
Jon and Becki Roden turn to Virtual Cycling to help them cope with the death of their son.
Rhabdomyolysis is a severe health concern we can avoid by knowing the disease and how to prevent it.
Rhabdomyolysis is a serious health concern we can avoid with knowledge of the disease and how to prevent it.
Para-cyclist Kevin Korenthal considers virtual cycling a life-saver in providing him the strength to overcome a near-fatal accident.