Why introducing handcycles is Zwift’s most important update so far

Disabled athlete representation added to the virtual platform should be the first innovation on a journey towards much greater inclusivity

Zwift handcycle
(Image credit: Zwift)

Last month Zwift rolled out a raft of new features. There are now training plans featuring route-based workouts, more course offerings, improvements to the home screen user interface, greater club functionality, expansion of the Pace Partners program, and the ability to compete against a holographic ghost of your previous personal best.

“We’re continually looking at new ways to make Zwift more accessible, easier to use, and more fun,” Zwift Vice President of Content, Mark Cote, said.

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