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A Tour Through Zwift – Menus, Shortcuts and Power Ups

Ben Reeve | 2 years ago

In part 3 of my ‘Getting Started With Zwift’ series I have a 10 minute video giving you a quick tour of Zwift, showing you the menus, shortcuts and basic information to make your first couple of rides simpler. The previous two articles are here:

‘Getting Started with Zwift’ – What Zwift is, and the gear you need to get started

Fitting Speed and Cadence Sensors – How to set Zwift up for use with a standard bike and turbo trainer.

Timeline

00:00 – Introduction and logging in

00:42 – The ‘Paired Devices’ page

01:25 – First view of riders screen/Watopia Island

01:52 – Top left display – Power/Cadence/Heart rate

02:15 – Top display – Speed/Distance/Elevation/Time display

02:32 – Right display – Map/Riders nearby

02:52 – Left display – Live results KOM/Sprint

03:10 – Pause menu – Main

03:52 – Pause menu – Challenges (Ride California/Climb Everest)

04:08 – Pause menu – Achievements

04:30 – Pause menu – Pair devices

04:48 – Pause menu – Customisations (Change jersey, bike, appearance etc)

05:08 – Pause menu – Settings

05:40 – Shortcuts

05:55 – Shortcut ‘T’ – User Customisation (Change jersey, bike, appearance etc)

06:40 – Shortcut ‘M’ – Group chat screen

06:58 – Shortcut ‘ESC’ – Exit and save ride

07:18 – Shortcut ‘A’ – Pair devices

07:35 – Shortcut ‘U’ – Toggle units between Kilometres/Metres and Miles/Feet

07:52 – Shortcuts ‘1-9’ – Toggle camera angles

08:20 – Shortcut ‘F10’ – Take photo

08:38 – Shortcut ‘Spacebar’ – Use power up and description of power ups A Tour Through Zwift - Powerups

10:20 – Summary

11:00 – Outro

Ben Reeve

| 2 years ago

About this author:
Ben Reeve is the founder of Cycling Tips HQ, a site with simple tips to help you learn more about the incredible pastime of cycling. In 2017 Ben stepped down from running his cycling tips site and transferred the content over to the YJ Cycle Hub. Ben now runs leadingonyourfeet, a company working in leadership in retail.
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