Zwift has unveiled a wide range of fresh features for 2023, including a new map of Glasgow, Scotland, updates to the companion app and a range of new challenges.
All of this “will make Zwift more personalized, fun, and will help Zwifters smash fitness goals”, according to Zwift. Glasgow map added to Zwift
First up, Zwift is adding a virtual rendering of the Scottish city of Glasgow and its environs to the indoor cycling app’s existing worlds.
There will be five courses designed for racing and fast riding, which will be used for the three stages of the 2023 UCI Cycling Esports World Championships starting on 18 February.
Scotland will be accessible before that to other Zwift users for ZRacing and route recon rides. It will debut in January, but will only be accessible for events until March, after which it will be opened up to all riders.
Zwift says the new virtual map is inspired by the Scottish landscape and the city of Glasgow, and that among the features unique to its Scotland map are a loopable hill climb and a dedicated time trial circuit.
Western Scotland is popular on virtual platforms at the moment, with Wahoo X announcing its Dunoon gravel circuit only a couple of months ago. Companion app upgrades In February, Zwift will be updating its companion app to give you personalised leaderboards.As a result, you will be able to track your times and other data over every Zwift segment and route.You’ll also be able to filter it by calendar […]
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