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Wednesday, August 30th
10:10AM GMT
Stage 5: Race the Worlds—City and the Sgurr
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EVENT-BESCHREIBUNG
Welcome to the August ZRacing Monthly Series!

Racing Score is here! Starting July 3, all ZMonthy Racing Events will count towards your Racing Score progression. Jump into these races and see how your Racing Score changes. With events on all week at regular intervals throughout July, there are many opportunities to race again, to perfect and improve your score!

More information on how Racing Score works and the benefits it can bring to your racing experience can be found here - https://support.zwift.com/en_us/zwift-racing-score-faq-BkG9_RqrhOpens a new window

Get ready to race through Scotland's scenic routes just like the pros at the 2023 UCI World Championship in Glasgow. Stage 5 goes down on August 28, with two laps on the City and the Sgurr route.

The ZRacing Monthly Series features weekly events with a general classification (GC) that resets every month—so race your way onto the leaderboards! Complete all four stages to earn yourself the “Race the Worlds” badge.

Sign up for ZwiftPower to keep track of your results!
Signing up is easy. Just pair your devices and race! Find your results at www.zwiftpower.comOpens a new window.

Dates: August 28- Sept. 3
World: Scotland
Route: City and the Sgurr
Laps: 2
Distance: 14.61 km
Elevation: 332 m

Category enforcement will place you in a race category with riders of similar ability for these events. More info about category enforcement can be found below.

We love PowerUps and what they bring to racing. Use them as part of your race strategy or simply for a little bit of assistance when needed! For this event, the PowerUps are:

Anvil
Feather

RACE THE WORLDS GC
Compete in all four races during August as a general classification (GC) challenge and shoot for your best combined time over the month! You can improve your time for any event by racing it more than once. Only your best time will count towards your overall standing.

Ready to turn racing into a weekly habit? You’re in the right place. Don’t forget—you can track your overall position in the series weekly here: www.zwiftpower.comOpens a new window.

WHAT IS CATEGORY ENFORCEMENT?
Category enforcement prevents Zwifters from entering a category they are not eligible for. Our goal is to increase fairness in racing. Find more information about it here.

HOW DOES IT WORK?
Zwift checks a racer's past performance using VO2max, MAP value, and FTP to determine their race category. Racers can join a category at or above their category. For example, if you are in the "C" category, you can race in C, B, or A category. But you can’t race in the D category.

WHAT IS ZWIFTPOWER?
For further information on connecting to ZwiftPower, check out this support page: https://support.zwift.com/en_us/connecting-to-zwiftpower-SyldRc_4HOpens a new window

Please note: For your results to show up in ZwiftPower, you must use a heart rate monitor (HRM) and be riding on a smart trainer, smart bike, or using a power meter.

Check out zwift.com/racing for more information on how you can participate in other events offered by Zwift and the community to have a great racing experience.

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