Saturday, December 3rd
4:00PM GMT
WBR Ride: Andy Hampsten & Team 7-Eleven
Join 1988 Giro d'Italia winner Andy Hampsten and other riders from the famous 7-Eleven Pro Cycling Team as they lead riders from around the world on a 50 minute easy-moderate pace group ride to help raise $200,000 in the 2nd Annual Ride On Zwiftathon for World Bicycle Relief. Every mile counts toward our community goal to ride 250,000 miles in 24 hours.

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7-Eleven was formed as an amateur cycling team in 1981 and turned professional in 1985. After team members Ron Kiefel and Andy Hampsten won stages during the 1985 Giro, becoming the first American stage winners ever at a Grand Tour, 7-Eleven was invited to the 1986 Tour de France. In their debut Tour de France they shocked the European establishment when Alex Stieda scored the coveted yellow jersey on day 2. In 1988 team member Andy Hampsten became the first and only American to win the Giro d’Italia. 7-Eleven went on to become one of the major cycling teams for the next decade.


- This is not a race. Please respect the pace.
- Andy Hampsten is the ride leader and he will have a yellow beacon above him signifying he is the leader. Andy will be riding at the correct pace.
- If other riders want to ride faster, let them go off the front. Andy will not be chasing them.
- No waiting for dropped riders. If the pace is too fast for you try to find other Zwifters to ride with.
- This ride is rated "E" for Everyone.