Finally completed the “Climb Mt. Everest” challenge on Zwift.
I’d already been awarded the Tron bike because Zwift kept on deleting my elevation gains on this challenge:
Nice bike though!
Currently there’s no more challenges or levels left on Zwift for me to complete, although there’s a space on the challenge page for a 4th challenge and also lots of empty spaces on the kit list for more level bonus kits and parts to be added: hopefully won’t be too long before i can start hunting again. Other than that there’s a 100 mile Achievement to still do and a few power based achievements as well, but those are outside of my current training plan and i’ve no intention of going after them at the moment.
But quite happy to have done all the levels and challenges in under 10 months of riding on Zwift. Maybe i could open a new account and start again to see how much quicker i can do that.
Finally completed the Tour Italy challenge on Zwift…
…and i got awarded the Pinarello Dogma for my troubles:
Now all i’ve got left is the Climbing Challenge to complete. Haven’t heard back from Zwift as to whether they’ve fixed the issue with it or not, so i’ll just have to keep climbing away and see how it goes. It’ll certainly be nice to get off the flat courses and start to get a bit of undulation back into my Zwift experience.
They’ve already given me the Tron bike for completing it because i’ve actually climbed more than 50,000 meters but the fault kept taking my meters off the total. And other than that there’s no more challenges or levels left on Zwift for me to complete at the moment. There’s a 100 mile Achievement to still do and a few power based achievements as well, but as those are outside of my current training plan i’ve no intention of going after them for the foreseeable future. Can’t really see myself banging out 700 watts for quite some time to come.
Hopefully Zwift will be adding some more levels and challenges soon. They’ve created blank spaces for some to be added so hopefully it won’t be too long.
Yesterday i got to level 25 on Zwift and received a green and yellow outfit. All that work for a yucky green and yellow outfit. But i also got the Tron Bike for the 50,000 meter climbing challenge, so that makes up a bit for the yucky coloured kit:
And sadly that’s all the levels that Zwift have at the moment. It’s taken me 7 1/2 months to get to level 25, which requires 5500 km of riding, so haven’t done too bad me thinks.
Looking forward to Zwift adding more levels soon and more bikes, wheels, etc., to grab for them. In the meanwhile i have the Tour Italy challenge to finish to get the Pinarello Dogma bike
Yesterday i got to level 24 on Zwift and received a nice Cervelo S5 bike:
Now i’ve got another 500km to ride to get the Level 25 kit and to also complete all the levels so far on Zwift.
Yesterday i got to level 23 on Zwift and received a nice set of Enve SES 6.7 wheels for my bike:
Now i’ve got another 300km for the Cervelo S5 bike.
Yesterday i got to level 22 on Zwift and received a shiny new Canyon Aeroad bike and also completed the Rapha Rising Mission for the nice blue Rapha Flyweight Kit in Zwift and also got entered into a draw for a set in the real world (a good day at the office):
Now i’ve got 300km to ride to get to level 23 for a set of Enve SES 6.7 wheels.
Zwift are currently having problems on the Climbing Challenge so had to switch to the Ride California Challenge which i completed yesterday…
…and i got awarded the S-Works Tarmac for my troubles:
Now i’m onto the Tour Italy Challenge while i wait for Zwift for fix the Climbing Challenge.
Today i got to level 21 on Zwift and received the Mavic Cosmic CXR60c wheels:
Now i’ve got 500km to ride for a Canyon Aeroad bike at level 22.
Got to level 20 today on Zwift. So now i get to look super flashy with the Trek Madone and the level 20 flouro outfit:
I do think Zwift need to work on the shoe and sock options.