Cycling Weekly club 10 on Zwift every Wednesday

Back to Watopia and the Tick Tock circuit for week number eight of the Cycling Weekly club ten events. The ten mile individual time trial is free to enter and open to anyone on the virtual platform. It takes place every Wednesday evening at 6pm.

Thirteen weeks in to the CW club ten and our list of winners grows ever longer. Two riders have dominated the women’s races with Kathy Alvarez taking five wins and Naomi de Pennington four. The other four wins have gone to Caroline Whittaker, Frances Owen, Rachel Lieberman and Lizzy Zoom.

The men’s events have seen a bigger variety of victors, with only Gavin Lancaster taking multiple wins. He’s had three in total on the London 8, Bologna and Tick Tock courses.

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The Cycling Weekly club ten continues and will cycle through the same courses listed below.

>>>Enter the Cycling Weekly club ten via or the companion app

To ride this week all you have to do is go to the event page on Zwift and once you’ve logged in, hit the tick in the top right to say you’re going. You can also enter via the Zwift Companion app.

If you haven’t raced on Zwift before, it’s very simple to get yourself on the start line. Be sure to pre-enter via or the companion app and log in to Zwift in plenty of time before the 6pm start (this is recommended in case there are any updates needed on your device). Then start pedalling in any of the worlds and wait for a prompt to join the event.

>>> Everything you need to know to get started on Zwift

Once that appears on your screen simply click it to go through to the start line. Here you’ll be placed on a conveyer belt, lined up with other riders. You can keep pedalling so you don’t cool down and there is no risk of false starting. As riders ahead of your start, you’ll gradually move forward. When you get to the front your avatar will speed up to 20km/h to give you a rolling start.

>>>>Expert tips on how to set a 10-mile PB

From there it’s a case of going as hard as you can for 10 miles. Measuring your effort should be easy with a big number displaying your watts in the middle of the screen, but with riders to chase, and riders chasing you, it’s easy to get carried away.

We’ll be running the results in the following week’s magazine. As we’ll be taking these from you’ll first need to register on here. There are a few steps to follow to be registered on here, but this simple guide talks you through it. Be warned, registering on Zwift power makes all your ride data available for anyone to see, so if you’d rather keep your FTP between you and your power metre, this might not be for you.

Zwift club ten winners

Week 1: Andy Turner 20:03 / Caroline Whittaker 23:12 (Tempus Fugit)

Week 2: Philip Graves 20:22 / Frances Owen 21:46 (Tempus Fugit)

Week 3: Gavin Lancaster 24:00 / Kathy Alvarez 30:39 (London 8)

Week 4: Michael Hutchinson 24:18 / Kathy Alvarez 29:45 (London 8)

Week 5: Gavin Lancaster 24:41 / Kathy Alvarez 30:51 (Bologna)

Week 6: Ed Laverack 22:43 / Naomi de Pennington 28:11 (Bologna)

Week 7: Gavin Lancaster 20:42 / Kathy Alvarez 23:57 (Tick Tock)

Week 8: Andy Nichols 20:04 / Kathy Alvarez 23:30 (Tick Tock)

Week 9: Matt Blue 20:10 / Rachel Lieberman 21:40 (Tick Tock)

Week 10: Ed Ray 21:06 / Lizzy Zoom 25:42 (Innsbruck)

Week 11: James Gelsthorpe 21:03 / Naomi de Pennington 23:46 (Innsbruck)

Week 12: Ali Robinson 20:28 / Naomi de Pennington 22:25 (Tempus Fugit)

Week 13: Jon Hughes 20:48 / Naomi de Pennington 22:20 (Tempus Fugit)

Results taken from Check out Cycling Weekly magazine each Thursday to see the top 20 finishers from each event.