A few club members have been riding with Zwift for multiple seasons. This year, I decided to join Zwift to see what it can do to make indoor riding a bit more fun and interesting. Zwift is a game for your indoor trainer where you can ride on several virtual courses that are imaginary or based on real places around the globe. You can ride over 100 km of virtual roads, do structured workouts, and join group rides.
Getting started was pretty easy. All I needed was the trainer that I already own, a speed sensor that supports ANT+ or Bluetooth, and a laptop. I didn’t have a speed sensor, so I bought the Wahoo RPM Cycling Speed and Cadence Sensor combo. They are small and light and can communicate via ANT+ and Bluetooth, so I can pair them via Bluetooth to the Zwift Companion app and via ANT+ with my Garmin 510 when I ride outdoors.Read More