Come ride and run with inspirational Black athletes, and legends in sport during special group events all year round. Discover the warmth of this active community on Zwift that works towards a more just and level playing field for all.
As part of our year round efforts to support the Black community Zwift has sponsored the California Conference for Equality and Justice, LA Bicycling Academy, and Sporting Equals — three organizations committed to driving change.
Get to know activist Jools Walker as she reveals why life is better by bike
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Learn all about multiple Olympic gold medalist, World and European champion Mo Farah during a group run through...
Level Up Movement
Learn more about Erica Elle and the importance of representation
Learn more about the 1984 Olympic silver medalist
Learn more about Kofi Kyei and how he’s using sport to unite people around the world.
Learn more about Aisha and what it means to be a role model
Join a group ride with Women of Colour Cycling Collective for connection, inspiration, and motivation for all...
SOCIAL IMPACT PARTNERS
Zwift proudly partners with non-profit organizations committed to advocacy work such as driving positive change and increasing equity for traditionally marginalized communities. This partnership empowers both organizations to meet their goals for increasing diversity.
Los Angeles Bicycle Academy
A Los Angeles-based non-profit that works with underserved communities to teach the positive impact of cycling
California Conference for Equality and Justice
A nonprofit aiming to eliminate bias, bigotry and racism through providing anti-bias education and training...
A nonprofit that aims to elevate and enhance the opportunities available to the ethnically diverse communities...
Unlock the exclusive in-game BCS kit and run shirt when you complete any ride or run.
The Black Celebration Series is a year-long series of events highlighting the vibrance the Black community brings to Zwift.
In the month of February, the following people/groups will be leading a group ride:
- Saturday, February 5: The Black Foxes and Rahsaan Bahati
- Saturday, February 12: David Lipscomb
- Saturday, February 19: Damon Turner and Black Girls Do Bike (BGDB)
- Saturday, February 26: Kings Rule Together (KRT), Queens Rule Together (QRT), and Black Girls Do Bike (BGDB)
In the month of February, the following people/groups will be curating that week’s workout:
- Jan 31 - Feb 6: Ayesha McGowen
- Feb 7 - Feb 13: David Lipscomb
- Feb 14 - Feb 20: Rahsaan Bahati
- Feb 21 - Feb 27: Maise Wimbush
Zwift is committed to advancing diversity and inclusion within the game, within the organization, and within the larger Zwift community. Learn more about our efforts here.