Anna van der Breggen and Philippe Gilbert will be hosting a series of Zwift workouts (Picture: Getty Images) Zwift has seen a sharp rise in demand over the last few weeks, as cyclists get used to life on lockdown.
Once an activity solely for winter, indoor cycling is fast becoming an year round activity thanks to impressive virtual reality worlds that you can now inhabit from the comfort of your own home. >>> Road Grand Tours goes…
Unique training app The Sufferfest is stepping up its support for indoor riders, extending its free trial and launching a new training plan for those of us in lockdown.
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(Picture: Zwift) British Cycling has launched an eight-week series of virtual races and workouts, encouraging people to stay fit and active.
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