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Monday, September 26th
10:10AM GMT
STAGE 4: GET ROLLING—Park Perimeter
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Four stages. Four chances to get into the swing of competing on Zwift. Welcome to the September ZRacing Monthly Series!

This can’t-miss event features fast , rolling courses in multiple worlds. Stage 4 kicks off September 26–October 2 with two laps of the Park Perimeter Loop in NYC. Explore the outermost ground-level path around Central Park—but don’t forget to keep an eye out for hot dog vendors, water features, and of course, the NYC skyline!

The rules for these events are simple and easy: sign up, pair your devices, and race! Results will be shown as you cross the finish line, and you can then dive into the details at www.zwiftpower.comOpens a new window.

World: New York
Route: Park Perimeter Loop
Laps: 2
Distance: 19.6 km // 12.2 mi
Elevation: 252 m // 826 ft
Lead-In: 0.4 km // 0.2 mi

Complete all four routes in this month’s series to pick up the “Get Rolling” badge for your trophy case.

For these races, Category Enforcement will place you in a race category with riders of similar ability. Further info about Category Enforcement can be found below.

We love Power Ups 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 Power Ups are:

Draft - Increases the draft effect you are experiencing for 30 seconds
Feather - Reduces your body weight by 10% for 15 seconds

GET ROLLING GC - compete in all 4 races during September as a GC (general classification) 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 if you want. Only your best time will count towards your overall standing.
So settle in for the month, turn racing into a weekly habit, and track your overall position in the series week by week here - a new window.

WHAT IS CATEGORY ENFORCEMENT? Category Enforcement will prevent Zwifters from entering a category they are not eligible for. Our goal is to increase fairness in racing.

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. You can not race in the D category. Good luck Zwifters!

WHAT IS ZWIFT POWER? For further information on connecting to Zwift Power check out this support page; a new window

Please note; for your results to show up in Zwift Power you must be using a Heart Rate Monitor (HRM) and be riding on a smart trainer or bike OR using a power meter.

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