'Tour De Zwift' Attracts Over 100,000 Worldwide Users As Virtual App Continues To Grow
Joe Robinson 8 Feb 2019 Multi-day event proves popular as online app continues to stake claim in cycling market The recent Tour de Zwift has laid claim to being 'virtually' the largest cycling event ever as over 100,000 people took part in the multi-stage race on the online platform. In total, 119,076 Zwift users around the world took to the online training app to ride the nine-stage Tour de Zwift throughout January, clocking an impressive 13,017,503km collectively which is enough to circumnavigate the world 314 times. The event was based around nine individual stages spread out across Zwift's five virtual worlds - Watopia, London, New York, Richmond and Innsbruck - seeing a grand total of 24,758 users complete all nine stage throughout the month. Stage 1 of the event, a 44km loop of Zwift's Jungle circuit, became the app's most popular event to date with 43,182 riders completing the activity ...
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