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Review: A bike novice tries Zwift's virtual cycling

Henry Burrell
Mon, 26 Apr 2021

Zwift quickly gained worldwide attention during the pandemic.
Henry Burrell
Mon, 26 Apr 2021
Covid has affected every industry and changed behaviours in all areas of life.For avid cyclists, technology was there to help them get their exercise when taking to the roads with friends or for races simply wasn’t an option.The company to tap into the cycling-at-home phenomenon most famously during the pandemic was Peloton, the New York exercise company with its treadmills and indoor bikes that virtualise the sleek American spinning and running aesthetic.Simply set up your (expensive) kit in front of a TV screen or tablet, and join a vir...

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