Monday, 23 May, 2022

Tour de Zwift is back in 2022: eight stages around the virtual world

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Tour de Zwift is back! Starting on Jan. 10, athletes get to ride (or run) this virtual world tour, which was already proven to be a big success in previous years. De tour consists of eight different stages, spread out over January and the beginning of February 2022. Each stage needs to be completed within a certain time frame. Athletes can decide themselves what ride or run want to do, as there are different options depending on what distance you prefer. For those who don’t want to commit to the full Tour de Zwift: participants are also free to take part in one of the online events.

Although, Zwift now provides athletes the opportunity to run the Tour de Zwift, it’s the virtual cycling that draws most athletes to the platform. Therefor, we share an overview below of the full Tour de Zwift with its different stages for those interested in joining on their indoor bike trainer.

Eight stages of the Tour de Zwift 2022 for cyclists:

  1. Flat is Fast (Jan. 10 – Jan. 13)
    Category A: The Longer Ride (France, route R.G.V., 49 km and 214 m elevation)
    Category B: The Standard Ride (Watopia, route Watopia Waistband, 27.9 km and 95 m elevation)
    Category C: The Shorter RIde (Makuri Islands, route Two Village Loop, 12.8 km and 88 m elevation)
    Category D: The Standard Ride Women Only (Watopia, route Watopia Waistband, 27.9 km and 95 m elevation)
  2. Mountain Madness (Jan. 14 – Jan. 16)
    Category A: The Longer Ride (Watopia, route Tour of Fire and Ice, 28.2 km and 1164 m elevation)
    Category B: The Standard Ride (Inssbruck, route Innsbruck 2018 UCI Course, 23.6 km and 487 m elevation)
    Category C: The Shorter Ride (London, route London Loop, 15.4 km and 220 m elevation)
    Category D: The Standard Ride Women Only (Inssbruck, route Inssbruck 2018 UCI Course, 23.6 km and 487 m elevation)
  3. Round & Round (Jan. 17 – Jan. 20)
    Category A: The Longer Ride (Makuri Islands, route Farmland loop, 39.3 km and 285 m elevation)
    Category B: The Standard Ride (New York, route The 6 Train, 26.2 km and 244 m elevation)
    Category C: The Shorter Ride (Makuri Islands, route Neokyo Crit Course, 11.7 km and 62 m elevation)
    Category D: The Standard Ride Women Only (New York, route The 6 Train, 26.2 km and 244 m elevation)
  4. Let’s get dirty (Jan. 21 – Jan. 23)
    Category A: The Longer Ride (Watopia, route Serpentine 8, 26.8 km and 206 m elevation)
    Category B: The Standard Ride (Makuri Islands, route Chaim Chomper, 16 km and 184 m elevation)
    Category C: The Shorter Ride (Watopia, route Jungle Circuit, 13.6 km and 82 m elevation)
    Category D: The Standard Ride Women Only (Makuri Islands, route Chaim Chomper, 16 km and 184 m elevation)
  5. Urban Delight (Jan. 24 – Jan. 27)
    Category A: The Longer Ride (Richmond, route 2015 UCI Worlds Course, 33.1 km and 284 m elevation)
    Category B: The Standard Ride (London, route Greater London Flat, 29.1 km and 90 m elevation)
    Category C: The Shorter Ride (Paris, route Champs-Élysées, 16.4 km and 78 m elevation)
    Category D: The Standard Ride Women Only (London, route Greater London Flat, 29.1 km and 90 m elevation)
  6. Go Long (Jan. 28 – Jan. 30)
    Category A: The Longer Ride (London, route The London Pretzel, 56.2 km, 284 m elevation)
    Category B: The Standard Ride (Watopia, route Out and Back Again, 42.3 km and 303 m elevation)
    Category C: The Shorter Ride (France, route Douce France, 24.1 km and 108 m elevation)
    Category D: The Standard Ride Women Only (Watopia, route Out and Back Again, 42.3 km and 303 m elevation)
  7. Escalator (Jan. 31 – Feb. 3)
    Category A: The Longer Ride (Yorkshire, route Royal Pump Room 8, 27.7 km and 480 m elevation)
    Category B: The Standard Ride (Makuri Islands, route Castle to Castle, 23 km and 305 m elevation)
    Category C: The Shorter Ride (Watopia, route Hilly Route Reverse, 9.4 km and 93 m elevation)
    Category D: The Standard Ride Women Only (Makuri Islands, route Castle to Castle, 23 km and 305 m elevation)
  8. Big City Champs (Feb. 4 – Feb. 6)
    Category A: The Longer Ride (New York, route 2022 UCI World Champ, 54.9 km and 944 m elevation)
    Category B: The Standard Ride (New York, route Knickerbocker, 22.9 km and 364 m elevation)
    Category C: The Shorter Ride (New York, route Knickerbocke, 9.9 km and 213 m elevation)
    Category D: The Standard Ride Women Only (New York, route Knickerbocker, 22.9 km and 364 m elevation)

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