37 Hours And 1,000km On Zwift: Willie Smit’S Mindblowing Lockdown Ride

At 12.01am last Wednesday, Burgos-BH's Willie Smit got on his bike and started pedalling. Thirty-seven hours and 1,000 virtual kilometres later, he smiled a little smile and raised his hands over his head, concluding one of the most unbelievable Zwift feats in a month full of them. The post 37 hours and 1,000km on Zwift: Willie Smit’s mindblowing lockdown ride appeared first on CyclingTips .

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