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Post subject: Zwift Monday Crits  PostPosted: Oct 31, 2017 - 05:23 PM
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I was thinking just the other day, when they'd get a Crit format.
It will be interesting to see if this crashes the Zwift servers as I suspect it will be a popular event.

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Who’s ready to race? We’re excited to announce the new Zwift Crit Series, running every Monday from October 30 to November 29. These races will test your speed, confidence, and efficiency along several laps on varying Zwift courses. There are two competitions for cyclists to compete in; one for North America and one for Europe.

We love seeing new racers join the start line, pushing everyone to compete. But expect some stiff competition as races will be averaging 3.5+w/kg.

There are three regions for the North America series, you can find the region you will compete in here. North America East, North America Central, and North America West.


http://community.zwift.com/news/3213-the-zwift-crit-series-2017

https://cms.zwift.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/cycleops_zcrits.jpg

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