Surfin' Safari

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Watopia routes, watopia segments.

11.1 Ocean Blvd

10.47 km | 48 m ascent Difficulty: 2/5

5 km | 31 m ascent 200 XP

Accelerate to Elevate

41.27 km | 1152 m ascent 825 XP | Difficulty: 3/5 Level 10+

Beach Island Loop

12.78 km | 49 m ascent 255 XP | Difficulty: 1/5

29.21 km | 103 m ascent 580 XP | Difficulty: 2/5

Big Foot Hills

67.59 km | 708 m ascent 1340 XP | Difficulty: 4/5

42.6 km | 662 m ascent 840 XP | Difficulty: 4/5 Level 5+

Big Loop Reverse

42.6 km | 662 m ascent Difficulty: 4/5 Level 5+ | Event only

Bigger Loop

53.2 km | 691 m ascent 1060 XP | Difficulty: 4/5 Level 5+

Canopies and Coastlines

22.61 km | 124 m ascent 444 XP | Difficulty: 2/5 Level 10+

Chili Pepper

7.96 km | 48 m ascent Difficulty: 2/5

Chili Pepper Reverse

7.35 km | 47 m ascent Difficulty: 2/5 Event only

Climb Portal - Volcano

7.2 km | 20 m ascent 80 XP | Difficulty: 1/5

Climber's Gambit

27.82 km | 671 m ascent 600 XP | Difficulty: 4/5

Coast Crusher

34.25 km | 172 m ascent 684 XP | Difficulty: 3/5 Level 10+

Downtown Titans

24.65 km | 292 m ascent 490 XP | Difficulty: 3/5

Dust In The Wind

52.11 km | 583 m ascent 1080 XP | Difficulty: 3.5/5 Level 6+

Eastern Eight

51.68 km | 407 m ascent 1345 XP | Difficulty: 3/5

29.7 km | 254 m ascent 580 XP | Difficulty: 2.5/5

Figure 8 Reverse

10.27 km | 61 m ascent 200 XP | Difficulty: 1/5

Flat Route Reverse

10.27 km | 61 m ascent Difficulty: 1/5 Level 5+ | Event only

Four Horsemen

89.79 km | 2109 m ascent 1780 XP | Difficulty: 5/5 Level 6+

Going Coastal

16.39 km | 63 m ascent 308 XP | Difficulty: 1/5 Level 10+

Handful Of Gravel

6.13 km | 75 m ascent Difficulty: 1/5 Event only

Handful of Gravel Run

Hilly Route

9.19 km | 109 m ascent 180 XP | Difficulty: 1.5/5

Hilly Route Reverse

9.19 km | 109 m ascent 180 XP | Difficulty: 1.5/5 Event only

Italian Villas Circuit

1.94 km | 15 m ascent Difficulty: 1/5 Event only

Jon's Route

12.5 km | 59 m ascent 500 XP

Jungle Circuit

7.86 km | 83 m ascent 260 XP | Difficulty: 1.5/5 Level 5+

Jungle Circuit Reverse

7.86 km | 83 m ascent Difficulty: 1.5/5 Level 5+ | Event only

Jurassic Coast

19.32 km | 212 m ascent 386 XP | Difficulty: 2/5 Level 10+

Legends and Lava

24.51 km | 352 m ascent 490 XP | Difficulty: 3/5

Loop de Loop

12.42 km | 144 m ascent 246 XP | Difficulty: 2/5

412 m | 0 m ascent Difficulty: 2/5

Mayan Bridge Loop

5.27 km | 48 m ascent 105 XP | Difficulty: 1.5/5

32.26 km | 691 m ascent 640 XP | Difficulty: 4/5

Mountain Mash

5.79 km | 335 m ascent 116 XP | Difficulty: 3/5

Mountain Route

29.72 km | 683 m ascent 580 XP | Difficulty: 4/5

Muir And The Mountain

34.14 km | 792 m ascent 680 XP | Difficulty: 4/5

Ocean Lava Cliffside Loop

19.05 km | 156 m ascent 380 XP | Difficulty: 2/5

Out And Back Again

39.9 km | 328 m ascent 840 XP | Difficulty: 3/5

Quatch Quest

46.47 km | 1706 m ascent 920 XP | Difficulty: 5/5 Level 6+

Repack Rush

2.78 km | 28 m ascent 56 XP | Difficulty: 2/5

Road to Ruins

29.65 km | 275 m ascent 580 XP | Difficulty: 2.5/5 Level 5+

Road To Ruins Reverse

29.65 km | 275 m ascent Difficulty: 2.5/5 Level 5+ | Event only

Road to Sky

17.5 km | 1046 m ascent 380 XP | Difficulty: 4.5/5 Level 6+

Run Path Reverse

5 km | 31 m ascent Difficulty: 2/5 Event only

Sand And Sequoias

20.15 km | 175 m ascent 400 XP | Difficulty: 2/5

Seaside Sprint

6.29 km | 47 m ascent Difficulty: 1/5 Event only

Serpentine 8

19.26 km | 206 m ascent 385 XP | Difficulty: 2/5

Shorelines and Summits

46.2 km | 776 m ascent 924 XP | Difficulty: 3/5 Level 10+

Spiral into the Volcano

55.63 km | 355 m ascent 1112 XP | Difficulty: 3/5

Splash and Dash

6.03 km | 26 m ascent Difficulty: 1/5 Event only

Sugar Cookie

33.55 km | 250 m ascent 660 XP | Difficulty: 2/5 Level 10+

Surfin' Safari

9.77 km | 43 m ascent 195 XP | Difficulty: 1/5

Temple Trek

6.51 km | 25 m ascent 128 XP | Difficulty: 1/5 Level 10+

Tempus Fugit

17.23 km | 26 m ascent 380 XP | Difficulty: 1/5

That's Amore

6.44 km | 55 m ascent Difficulty: 2/5

That's Amore Reverse

5.83 km | 54 m ascent Difficulty: 2/5 Event only

The Big Ring

48.87 km | 268 m ascent 977 XP | Difficulty: 3/5 Level 10+

The Magnificent 8

28.93 km | 155 m ascent Difficulty: 2/5 Event only

The Mega Pretzel

107.27 km | 1638 m ascent 2140 XP | Difficulty: 5/5 Level 5+

The Pretzel

72.54 km | 1361 m ascent 1440 XP | Difficulty: 5/5

The Uber Pretzel

128.3 km | 2380 m ascent 2560 XP | Difficulty: 5/5 Level 6+

Three Little Sisters

37.74 km | 435 m ascent 755 XP | Difficulty: 3/5

Three Sisters

48.01 km | 896 m ascent 950 XP | Difficulty: 4.5/5

Three Sisters Reverse

45.69 km | 883 m ascent Difficulty: 4.5/5 Level 5+ | Event only

16.86 km | 53 m ascent 380 XP | Difficulty: 1/5

Tour of Fire and Ice

25.36 km | 1164 m ascent 500 XP | Difficulty: 4.5/5 Level 6+

Triple Flat Loops

33.98 km | 157 m ascent 680 XP | Difficulty: 2.5/5

Two Bridges Loop

7.11 km | 81 m ascent 140 XP | Difficulty: 1/5

Volcano Circuit

4.1 km | 20 m ascent 80 XP | Difficulty: 1/5

Volcano Circuit CCW

Volcano Climb

22.86 km | 203 m ascent 460 XP | Difficulty: 2/5

Volcano Climb After Party

39.85 km | 285 m ascent Difficulty: 2.5/5 Event only

Volcano Flat

12.35 km | 50 m ascent 240 XP | Difficulty: 1/5

Volcano Flat Reverse

12.35 km | 50 m ascent Difficulty: 1/5 Level 5+ | Event only

Watopia's Waistband

25.46 km | 95 m ascent 555 XP | Difficulty: 3/5

WBR Climbing Series

43.21 km | 1116 m ascent Difficulty: 4.5/5 Event only

Whole Lotta Lava

12.29 km | 161 m ascent 240 XP | Difficulty: 2/5

Zwift Bambino Fondo

51.89 km | 580 m ascent Difficulty: 3.5/5 Level 5+ | Event only

Zwift Bambino Fondo 2022

52.96 km | 397 m ascent Event only

Zwift Games 2024 Epic

79.73 km | 822 m ascent 1590 XP | Difficulty: 4/5 Level 10+

Zwift Gran Fondo

97.51 km | 1196 m ascent Difficulty: 5/5 Level 5+ | Event only

Zwift Gran Fondo 2022

92.47 km | 1116 m ascent Event only

Zwift Medio Fondo

72.51 km | 1010 m ascent Difficulty: 4.5/5 Level 5+ | Event only

Zwift Medio Fondo 2022

79.02 km | 922 m ascent Event only

Acropolis Sprint

Sprint | Forward 450 m | 0.7%

Sprint | Reverse 450 m | -1.1%

Alpe du Zwift

Climb | Forward 12.44 km | 8.5%

Epic KOM / Epic QOM

Climb | Forward 9.49 km | 4%

Climb | Reverse 6.27 km | 6.3%

Fuego Flats

Sprint | Forward 496 m

Fuego Flats Reverse

Segment | Reverse 7.1 km

Segment | Forward 9.01 km

Segment | Reverse 9.01 km

Jungle Loop

Segment | Forward 7.8 km

Segment | Reverse 7.8 km

Sasquatch Sprint

Sprint | Forward 350 m | 0.3%

Sprint | Reverse 350 m | 0.9%

Sprint | Forward 360 m

Sprint | Reverse 200 m

Stoneway Sprint

Sprint | Forward 400 m | 0.8%

Sprint | Reverse 400 m | 0.4%

Titans Grove KOM / Titans Grove QOM

Climb | Forward 2.59 km | 2.2%

Titans Grove KOM Reverse / Titans Grove QOM Reverse

Climb | Reverse 897 m | 4.3%

Segment | Forward 4.2 km

Segment | Reverse 4.2 km

Volcano KOM / Volcano QOM

Climb | Forward 3.75 km | 3.2%

Woodland Sprint

Sprint | Forward 500 m | -2.2%

Sprint | Reverse 500 m | -1.6%

Zwift KOM / Zwift QOM

Climb | Forward 913 m | 5.6%

Climb | Reverse 2.49 km | 1.8%

Frequently asked questions

Faq: what do the coloured areas overlapping the elevation profile mean.

Segments along the route are coloured along the height profile. Climbs are indicated with red, sprints with green and other segments (e.g. laps or timed segments) with blue.

FAQ: What do the climb categories , , , and mean?

Climbs are categorized based on how tough they are, which depends both on the climb's length and its average incline. The toughest climbs are rated (HC comes from Hors Catégorie, which is French for beyond categorization). Less tough climbs are rated as category , less tough climbs than those are rated as , and onwards with and . Any climb less tough than category four does not get a rating.

FAQ: How can I ride/run on an event only route?

By joining an event you can get into event only worlds and routes. Don't want to join an event or don't see an event with your desired world/route? Use the Zwift Companion app to create a meetup or (for even more choice of worlds and routes) create a club and then an event.

Surfin' Safari XP error

With Tour de Zwift in full swing, I noticed that for Run Stage 6 long, Surfin’ Safari, it awards 195XP. When I first did the route during the Adidas Run for the Oceans in June 2022, I only received 20 XP. My question is, if I do the long run in stage 6, will I be awarded with additional XP, or am I “out of luck” because my profile is showing the badge completed, and out that 175 XP?

Take a Zwift Safari!

Take a Zwift Safari!

Watopia is a huge playground with miles of road, track, and trail to explore. There are some beautiful vistas, massive structures, lofty peaks and fascinating geological features. And there is also an abundance of wildlife.

From the jungle to the desert, the mountains to the sea, we are going on a journey to find as many of Watopia’s creatures as we can. While some are easy to find, others are rather shy and we will need to move with stealth to spot them. Have your camera in hand and let’s go!

Manta Rays and Dolphins

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Less than 3km from Watopia’s downtown, you’ll dip into the glass tunnels under the sea. This is Ocean Boulevard. Teaming with life, it is a magical world. The manta rays and dolphins are easy to see as long as you keep your eyes open.

The manta rays, which are up to 7 meters wide and inhabit subtropical oceans, glide past one or two at a time, while the friendly bottlenose dolphins dance and play in larger groups.

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While it is much larger than the manta rays and dolphins, the single blue whale of Watopia is a little harder to spot. (Although, at almost 30 meters long and 190 tons, it shouldn’t be too difficult!)

It is the largest creature ever to have existed and can be found in all the real world oceans. Keep your eyes peeled as you move through the tunnels on the Ocean Boulevard route, or Jon’s Route.

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With the recent addition of some handy shortcut roads in Watopia, sea lions also arrived. The colony can be found on the corner of the Julynn Washington Bridge (JWB) and the new shortcut on the Beach Island Loop.

The sea lions are very likely Californian sea lions, well known for sunning themselves on jetties and rocks on the shore. Watch closely as they may sit up and applaud as you pass.

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Feathered friends are in the air all around Watopia! Near downtown you’ll spot seagulls and pelicans, while the Mayan jungle hosts toucans and other tropical birds. Turn up your sound and you’ll hear their calls.

The desert is home to one of the most elusive creatures in Watopia – the roadrunner! And you may also see the shadow of an eagle passing overhead.

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Heading further out we arrive at the Mayan Jungle. There’s so much to see here with the waterfalls, the ruins, the foliage and the epic bridge. The single, slow-moving sloth is easily missed.

But observant athletes will spot him hanging upside down from a vine stretched across the path. A sloth’s slow movement actually protects it from predators, who hunt predominantly by visual stimulus.

Our sloth is tame and friendly so give him a smile as you go past. He’s also quite safe here in the jungle. So far no, jaguars, ocelots, or eagles have been spotted roaming through the ruins.

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The ibex stays near the Epic KOM banner to greet all finishers. As a wild mountain goat himself, he knows a good climber when he sees one.

Consider it good luck if you see him rear up on his hind legs as you go past. And channel his climbing energy if you’ve still got the Radio Tower climb to finish!

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You thought the dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago? Not in Watopia. If you select the Sand and Sequoias, Quatch Quest, or Muir and the Mountain routes you get to ride or run through Titans Grove.

Titans Grove is a forest route based on the great American parks like Yellowstone or Yosemite. But deep in the forest you need to take care. Something is rustling in the trees and those are not boulders in the lake!

Suddenly, tiny Compsognathus dinosaurs scamper past. They are carnivorous so mind they don’t bite your legs. Then over in one of the pools a Brachiosaurus, or is it an Apatosaurus, rises out of the water to eat from one of the trees. Styracosaurus also wallows in the water.

If you are very lucky, or unlucky depending on your point of view, the most famous dinosaur of all will make an appearance. The T-Rex will certainly take an interest in you so move past quietly, but quickly.

Jarvis the Bear

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Staying in Titan’s Grove and once you have escaped the T-Rex, be on the lookout for Jarvis. Named after the original Zwift world, you might be lucky enough to spot Jarvis climbing his tree.

He’s attempting to get to the honey at the top, but all too often he doesn’t make it. You have been extremely fortunate if you catch a glimpse of Jarvis falling to the ground in another failed attempt at sugar larceny.

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The most elusive creature on our Zwift Safari is seen only by the most observant and tenacious Zwifters. Runners in particular don’t venture out to Alpe du Zwift regularly and may never glimpse the Yeti!

It’s not easy getting close to him, either. Switchback after switchback will take you higher and higher through the clouds to the snow covered peaks of the mountain where he is most often spotted.

Rumours that the Yeti can be glimpsed near the orange tents are unconfirmed. Stay alert and if you are very lucky, you might see something moving in the snow. If you don’t, it’s a great excuse to come back sooner.

Heading Home

We hope you enjoyed today’s tour of Watopia’s wildlife. Of course, there are plenty of other animals in Watopia and Zwift’s other worlds which aren’t listed above. Keep your eyes open!

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Zwift Year in Review 2022

Eric Schlange

On a global scale 2022 began tamely enough, but it turned into quite a ride. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine put the world on edge, and inflation spikes made people more budget conscious than ever before. Post-Covid logistics issues resulted in business challenges in the cycling and indoor training space, leading to job loss, price cuts, and in some cases bankruptcies and buyouts.

It wasn’t a pretty year. But amidst all of that, Zwifters continued to ride and run our favorite virtual roads, while Zwift kept rolling out updates.

Was 2022 everything we’d hoped for on Zwift? Of course not, because we always want more than Zwift delivers. That’s just part of being a Zwifter; we never get enough new roads, racing improvements, or new shiny features.

But Zwift made some major internal changes this year, implemented a pile of welcome improvements in the platform, and emerged from 2022 a leaner, more focused organization. That bodes well for 2023.

This is our look back at all things Zwift for 2022. Enjoy the ride!

New Roads and Routes

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While Zwift still isn’t creating fresh roads as fast as most Zwifters would like, they’re still giving us new routes on existing roads from time to time. Toward the end of the year, they threw us a bone and released the new Urukazi section of Makuri Islands – the only “fresh pavement” released in 2022. Here’s a list of new routes added to the game, by month:

  • Castle to Castle
  • Twilight Harbor
  • Chasing the Sun
  • Electric Loop

April (Rebel Routes added for Tour of Watopia )

  • Downtown Titans  
  • Eastern Eight 
  • Three Little Sisters
  • Triple Flat Loops  
  • Mayan Bridge Loop  

May (run-only routes)

  • Surfin’ Safari
  • Splash and Dash
  • Continental Qualifiers for the 2023 UCI Cycling Esports World Championships

November (Urukazi launch)

  • Bridges and Boardwalks
  • Country to Coastal
  • Fine and Sandy
  • Island Hopper
  • Island Outskirts
  • Mech Isle Loop
  • Turf N Surf

Also worth noting, in August Zwift finally made Innsbruck’s Leg Snapper into an official segment.

That’s a total of 20 routes added in 2022. By comparison, 26 routes were added in 2021, 19 in 2020, and 34 in 2019.

Looking for a complete list of Zwift routes? Check out our Master List of All Zwift Routes .

Major Events

In 2022 we didn’t see Zwift rolling out major new community events. Instead, they largely built on previous years’ successes, attempting to improve what was already proven to work in marquee events like the Tour of Watopia , the Zwift Classics , Zwift Fondos , Zwift Academies, and more.

The one notable exception is the Zwift Grand Prix – a new elite racing format Zwift launched to replace the ZRL-linked “Premier League”. In what must surely be a sign of things to come, this event series saw Zwift experimenting with many fresh, uniquely-esports race formats.

WTRL’s Zwift Racing League continued to grow in popularity as the biggest race league in Zwift, while Zwift’s monthly ZRacing series ( see the current series here ) launched and become a welcome fixture on the calendar with its monthly GC and smart rotation of routes.

On the community side organizers continue hosting amazing races week in and week out. This includes our own Zwift Insider Tiny Races which have proven very popular since launching in July!

We won’t list all of Zwift’s major events for 2022 here, but you can certainly browse the events archive to see what we highlighted throughout the year.

Restructuring

In May, Zwift announced a major restructuring and refocus of the organization. This included a pause on their smart trainer plans as well as a reduction of their ~700-employee workforce by ~20%.

The employee exodus was massive and included Watopians on all levels of the food chain, some of them veterans from Zwift’s early days.

While this sort of thing is never easy, it does seem from our “Inside” view that the new leaner, meaner Zwift is moving more quickly and nimbly than before.

Then in December, Zwift announced that CEO Eric Min would be sharing the CEO chair with former Amazon executive Kurt Beidler. This is an unprecedented change in Zwift leadership, and our guess is we’ll start to see the effects in the next few months.

New Homescreen

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Zwift announced that a long-awaited new homescreen would begin rolling out to Windows users in January 2022. It took until December for the homescreen to be rolled out to all Android users – the last group of Zwifters to receive the update.

Reviews of the new homescreen have been mixed, especially when it comes to the hassle of selecting certain workouts. But overall we like the stronger focus on events, and see lots of potential for smart activity recommendations in the future.

Workout Changes

This year saw big changes made to Zwift’s workout library and functionality, in an attempt to make Training Plans and workouts more flexible and accessible. Key changes include:

  • Bigger Bias : in February, Zwift made it so you could adjust your FTP Bias from -25% to +25%, expanded from -10% and +10%.
  • Wide Open Training Plans: Training Plans become truly flexible this year, allowing you to take on whatever workouts you’d like, whenever you’d like.
  • Localization: Workout localization began in April, translating popular workouts to French, German, Spanish, and Japanese.
  • UI Update : this rolled out in September, updating the workout browser UI to match the new homescreen
  • Short workouts : just last month Zwift added two new Training Plans for time-crunched athletes, as well as additional “under 30 minutes” workouts.

Frames and Wheels

Lots of new wheels and frames were added to the Drop Shop in 2022, but most weren’t remarkable in terms of their performance. Here’s what stood out:

  • New gravel wheels were released in February, and more in March. These name-brand wheels perform much better on dirt than the stock Zwift-branded gravel wheels.
  • Specialized Crux was released in February, setting the new standard as the fastest climbing gravel bike.
  • Felt IA 2.0 and Scott Plasma RC Ultimate were added in May, and they’re the best TT frames to use if your course involves much climbing at all.
  • CADEX Tri frame was added in September, and it’s the fastest TT frame on flat and rolling routes, by a significant margin.

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New/Expanded Features

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Along with everything listed above, Zwift rolled out additional new features in 2022 and improved existing features. Here’s the complete list:

  • 90-Day Segment PRs : segment PRs on the in-game leaderboard have always lasted for only 30 days, but in June this changed to 90 days.
  • Auto screenshot improvements : in August, Strava users smiled when Zwift started taking automatic screenshots at key points in our activities, making our Strava uploads much more interesting.
  • Category Enforcement : Zwift began testing CE in February 2022, and it quickly caught on. Related UI was added in October, and as of now around 2/3 of all races use it. This is, simply put, the biggest advance in racing fairness since Zwift launched. Read more >
  • Clubs : limits were increased dramatically this year, allowing more people to join more Clubs. While Club functionality hasn’t expanded much this year, lots of Clubs are using their basic tools each week to manage events. Hopefully Zwift will upgrade Clubs with new features in 2023.
  • Handcycles : added in September, the virtual handcycle let IRL handcyclists finally have an avatar that matches their real bike. Read more >
  • HoloReplay : released in October, this handy feature lets us ride against our past efforts. Read more >
  • “ Join a Zwifter” returns : the “Join a Zwifter” tool was mystifyingly not included in the new homescreen UI. But Zwift finally brought it back in November, and it was improved significantly from the original version.
  • Levels 51-60 : veteran Zwifters rejoiced when 10 more levels were added in September. Some of those Zwifters hit the new level 60 limit before the year was out.
  • Pace Partners/RoboPacers : in September Pace Partners finally moved out of FutureWorks and “graduated” to become an official Zwift feature. As part of that process they were renamed RoboPacers, given an ongoing rotation in Watopia and Makuri Islands, expanded to include a wide variety of paces, given their own row on the homescreen, and the Drops multiplier game was even updated so it gives us more Drops! Read more >
  • Pack Dynamics 4.x : in 2021, Zwift released Pack Dynamics 3.0, bringing major improvements to the way riders behaved in packs. They’re currently testing Pack Dynamics 4, which is supposed to slow down packs, display less forward/backward movement in packs, and allow for more breakaways in races. We assume this will be released in the first half of 2023.
  • Ride on Bombs return : we haven’t been able to give Ride Ons to the 5 closest Zwifters in events for years, but in September Zwift flipped a switch so we could easily share the Ride On love in races, group rides, etc.
  • Smart Anvils : while we loved seeing people deploy the anvil on climbs, Zwift apparently did not. So in September they made the anvil powerup smart, so it only works if you’re on a 1.5% or greater descent. It’s now a favorite powerup of many racers.
  • TT improvements : these began rolling out in June, and eventually included TTT improvements so ZRL racers could stop manually timing their TTT starts, and could use TT frames. Zoom zoom!
  • Zapping Fence : in June, Zwift announced that ride leaders could request that their event use the zapping fence, which boots riders out if they ride ahead of the fence for too long. Take that, zinners!

Zwift stayed on schedule with monthly updates throughout the year. Some updates were far more exciting than others, but we like the pace of regular releases nonetheless:

  • 1.21.0 – Jan 12, 2022
  • 1.22.1 – Feb 14, 2022
  • 1.23.0 – Mar 9, 2022
  • 1.23.1 – Mar 16, 2022
  • 1.24.0 – Apr 13, 2022
  • 1.25.0 – May 12, 2022
  • 1.26.0 – Jun 8, 2022
  • 1.27.0 – Jul 13, 2022
  • 1.28.0 – Aug 10, 2022
  • 1.29.0 – Sep 14, 2022
  • 1.30.0 – Oct 17, 2022
  • 1.31.0 – Nov 9, 2022
  • 1.32.0 – Dec 7, 2022

Support for Wahoo’s Direct Connect was (finally) added to Zwift in April, and this functionality now allows the latest Wahoo KICKR to connect to Zwift via WiFi.

The biggest news in the hardware space, though, was Zwift’s release of their Zwift Hub trainer : a capable direct-drive trainer priced to sell at $499. It’s no exaggeration to say this news rocked the indoor cycling world, where direct drive trainers typically sell for $800+.

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Wahoo quickly filed a lawsuit against Zwift, arguing that the Zwift Hub infringes on a number of patents utilized in Wahoo’s KICKR trainers ( read more from DC Rainmaker ). This lawsuit is in its early stages, but we’ll surely see more news in the coming months.

2020’s lockdowns validated indoor training, then 2021 saw the fruit of that validation as trainer sales stayed robust and trainer manufacturers ramped up production.

Then 2022 arrived, and the bottom dropped out.

This year, for the first time ever, we’ve been seeing massive, ongoing discounts for trainers from popular makers including Wahoo, Tacx, and Saris. Where you couldn’t find a KICKR v5 to buy in 2020, Wahoo couldn’t seem to offload enough of them this year, even at a 30% discount.

It’s a challenging time to be in the trainer business, with so few customers looking to drop big money on a new trainer and the aftermarket flooded with post-Covid used hardware. So it was no surprise to hear Saris had to sell itself at a bankruptcy auction a few months back. Chances are we’ll see others struggle in the indoor space for the next year or more.

Competitors

In April, Wahoo announced its acquisition of Zwift’s closest competitor, RGT. Rebranded as “Wahoo RGT”, the platform was integrated into a new monthly subscription dubbed “Wahoo X” which also includes Wahoo’s SYSTM (formerly known as Sufferfest).

With Wahoo X priced equally to Zwift, the acquisition was a clear move to compete head-to-head with Zwift in the training software space. Wahoo also made moves to differentiate RGT from Zwift, offering an annual plan discount and recently rolling out in-game voice comms.

Where will the Wahoo vs Zwift story go in 2023, with a trainer patent lawsuit looming and the industry’s two top software platforms battling for market share?

Community Bummers

Two things happened in the Zwift community in 2022 which need to be mentioned here, in the interest of having a complete record of the year.

First, in February, there was #FreeLuciano. We’ll leave it to you to read the full story if you wish , but to summarize: one Zwifter (Luciano) revealed a massive racing exploit, then was banned by Zwift. And the kerfuffle just got more fuffled as the days went on…

Then in June, Zwift warned community add-on developers that required upcoming encryption changes would be breaking their apps. And in July, that’s exactly what happened. Popular add-ons like Zwift Activity Monitor , ZwiftMap , and Sauce for Zwift were rendered nonfunctional when Zwift began encrypting their client-side datastream to comply with new requirements on Android.

Since that time, both ZwiftMap and Sauce for Zwift have released updated versions with workarounds. Still, we sure would love to see Zwift create a true API so approved developers could plug into game data and do amazing things.

What’s Coming in 2023?

Here’s what we know is coming very soon (within 1-2 months) to Zwift:

  • Scotland Map : this will host the UCI Esports Worlds in February
  • Personalized Leaderboards : a Companion app upgrade so you can track your segment and route times
  • Zwift “For You” : a smart set of activity recommendations on your homescreen

There’s more to come in addition to what’s listed above. Some things we’re not allowed to mention yet, but there are definitely other things Zwift simply hasn’t told us! We’re looking forward to 2023 and all the Zwifty upgrades it will bring, and we hope you are, too.

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Performed by The Beach Boys : Brian Wilson (vocals, bass guitar, keyboards), Mike Love (vocals, percussion, saxophone, Electro-Theremin), Al Jardine (vocals, rhythm guitar, bass guitar), Bruce Johnston (vocals, keyboards, bass guitar), Dennis Wilson (vocals, drums, keyboards).

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Original analog Master tape : YES

Stereo (1-12) & Mono (13-24)

Label : Analogue Productions

Original Label : Capitol

Recorded  October 3, 1961; April 19, August 8, September 5–6, 1962 in Capitol Studios and Hite Morgan Studios, California

Mixed by Mark Linett

Original mono mix produced by Brian Wilson

Remastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio

"These reissues restore whatever was really on the tapes — and given who was involved and where they were recorded, you can be sure the bass heard on these reissues was not added by Kevin Gray. ... As for the quality of these reissues, it's quite clear that, whether or not you like the sonic results, Analogue Productions sets the reissue standard. The company insists upon using analog master tapes (where available), not analog copies, it uses the best available artwork, and packages in 'Tip-on'TM jackets. It masters where the tapes are located using Kevin Gray in California, Ryan K. Smith in New York and Willem Makkee in Germany." — Michael Fremer, AnalogPlanet.com

"The sound is rich in detail, yet one of its key strengths is how "mellow and romantic" it sounds. While listening to these records, I was never fatigued. ... the AP Beach Boys significantly betters the original U.S. Capitol pressings that I've heard, with considerably more separation, detail, fullness and presence." — Jeff Wilson, The Absolute Sound, October 2015

"What I can say is that Kevin Gray has been able to extract every last bit of information from whatever tape is in the box, and present it in a way that is pleasing and natural to the ear. ... in my opinion, the Analogue Productions pressings are now THE definitive issue of each Beach Boys album, and will be my reference copies until if and when something better comes along — which may be never." — Lee Dempsey, Endless Summer Quarterly, Summer 2015 Edition

To meet the standards of Analogue Productions, our Beach Boys album reissues had a mission to achieve: Present the band's music the way that Brian Wilson — famed co-founder, songwriter and arranger — intended. Mono mixes created under Wilson’s supervision were how the surf rockin’ California crew rose to fame! And we’ve got ‘em!

For the early part of the Beach Boys career, all of their singles were mixed and mastered and released only in the mono format — they didn't release a single in stereo until 1968. in those days, hits were made on AM radio in mono. And the mono of those times worked well for Wilson, who suffers from partial deafness. Still, apart from Surfin' Safari, which was mono only, the Beach Boys did turn in stereo masters on all of their early albums up until 1965. The Beach Boys Today was the first LP for which they only delivered a mono master.

Bottom line, the mono mixes were where Brian Wilson paid intense attention, and the dedication paid off!

We’ve taken 10 of the most classic, best-sounding Beach Boy titles ever and restored them to their mono glory!

But there’s no disputing that the close harmonies and one-of-a-kind rhythms of hits like “Surfer Girl,” “In My Room,” “Little Deuce Coupe” and more lend themselves naturally to stereo. So we’ve got your 2-channel needs covered with prime stereo mix versions as well.

Mastered by Kevin Gray, most from the original master tapes, and plated and pressed by Quality Record Pressings, the finest LP pressing facility in the world, these are awesome recordings to experience. And the look of each album befits its sonic superiority! Presented in "old school" Stoughton tip-on jackets, these time honored favorites shine brighter than the originals!

With this quiet QRP pressing of Surfin' Safari you'll enjoy the smash hit title cut as well as "409,"Summertime Blues" and more as the fledgling Beach Boys proudly display their garage band roots in this, their debut album for Capitol Records.

Their classic songs epitomize the spirit of the California lifestyle and The Beach Boys have become an American icon to a worldwide audience. The Beach Boys' first hit "Surfin'" (1961) launched a string of chart-topping songs that spans nearly forty years and includes eternal anthems of American youth: "Surfin' USA", "Surfer Girl", "Fun, Fun, Fun", "I Get Around", "California Girls", "Help Me Rhonda", "Barbara Ann", "Good Vibrations", "Wouldn't It Be Nice", "Rock and Roll Music", "Kokomo" and more.

Their chart success alone would have earned The Beach Boys their spot in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (they were inducted in 1988), not to mention 32 RIAA Platinum and Gold record awards and worldwide sales estimated at more than 100 million. But The Beach Boys' story is one of not only commercial but also artistic success. Their unique blend of harmonies, musical arrangements and timeless lyrics still place the music of The Beach Boys among the All-Time Favorites of today's music critics. As an example, VH-1 named Pet Sounds as the No. 3 album in the Top 100 Albums in Rock 'n' Roll History, as judged in a poll of musicians, executives and journalists. The Beach Boys were honored at the 2001 Grammy Awards, receiving The Lifetime Achievement Award from the Recording Academy.

« The Beach Boys' debut album, recorded in an era in which little was expected of rock groups in the way of strong LP-length statements, is mostly thin and awkward in both the songwriting and production departments. The title track, their first true smash, is great, as is its flip side ("409"), which was not only a hit in its own right, but was the first vocal hot rod classic. "Surfin'," their debut single (and small national hit), is also good, and one of the few Beach Boys tracks that could be said to have a garage-like quality. Unfortunately, most of the other cuts (most of which are group originals) are substandard ditties, as Brian Wilson had a way to go before honing his compositional genius. It does, however, afford a glimpse of the group as they sounded when they were a true band in the studio, before most of their parts were played by session musicians. Two of the better cuts, "The Shift" and the instrumental "Moon Dawg," have a grittier-than-usual surf rock base that would flower on 1963 hits like "Surfin' U.S.A." [Surfin' Safari/Surfin' U.S.A, a Capitol two-fer CD, combines this and Surfin' U.S.A. onto one disc, with the addition of three rare bonus cuts from the same era. » AllMusic Review by Richie Unterberger

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    "Surfin' Safari" Route Details (Watopia) Animated map provided by ZwiftHacks. ... Zwift Insider is independent of Zwift corporate (www.zwift.com), although Zwift does provide funding to help defray site costs. This site contains affiliate links to Amazon, Wahoo, and other brands. Zwift Insider makes a small commission on purchases made ...

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    Use the Zwift Companion app to create a meetup or (for even more choice of worlds and routes) create a club and then an event. An overview of Zwift route Surfin' Safari in Watopia including map, elevation profile and segments along route.

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    Surfin' Safari: Watopia: 9.77km (6.1 miles) 43m (141') 0.19km (0.1 miles) Run Only: Related Posts. Temple Trek: Watopia: 6.5km (4.0 miles) 25m (82') 3.9km (2.4 miles) Level 10+ ... Eric runs Zwift Insider in his spare time when he isn't on the bike or managing various business interests. He lives in Northern California with his beautiful ...

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    Ian_Attoe (Ian) July 26, 2022, 10:28am 1. Yesterday and this morning I decided to get my two missing run route badges. I had noticed that a few group runs were using the Splash & Dash and Surfin' Safari routes so thought I would give them a go. Bug 1 - at the start of both runs the badge was awarded to me in the start pen (pleased to say I ...

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