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Posted 13th Oct 2019

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Three months is £35 and imo it's a better deal just for the coldest winter months. I don't really get 12 months UK membership, when the weather's good outside is the place to ride but that's just me.
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Ooh that's tempting. Getting the point now where Zwift is nearly subbed all year round. Have two subs running here but I switch to TrainerRoad sometimes.
Ride on
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I'd love to get into zwift, but can't justify the outlay especially as I have such amazing mountain biking trails 3 mins from my door. I've never been into road cycling but zwift really appeals to me for indoor cycling fitness.
Edited by: "MRGRINGO" 13th Oct 2019
Three months is £35 and imo it's a better deal just for the coldest winter months. I don't really get 12 months UK membership, when the weather's good outside is the place to ride but that's just me.
Note: If you have u16s then Zwift will give you a free account for them
This is a standard benefit not linked with this specific deal though, but useful to know. Min weight only goes down to 45kgs so your younguns might feel a bit frustrated is they weight closer to half that!
Edited by: "jazid" 13th Oct 2019
Why is Zwift so much?
mjr60013/10/2019 16:11

Three months is £35 and imo it's a better deal just for the coldest winter …Three months is £35 and imo it's a better deal just for the coldest winter months. I don't really get 12 months UK membership, when the weather's good outside is the place to ride but that's just me.


Which is fair enough in principle but in practice doesn't account for a myriad of different careers, family arrangements and other commitments, all of which may physically prevent riding outside before you even get on to straightforward personal preference. The weather is just one factor, time pressures and available light are much bigger IMO. Not to mention the safety of the roads/routes available to you - I'm pretty new to road cycling and the aggression from some motorists is startling. But I do find it a bit odd that lots of cyclists seem to see the existence of platforms like Zwift as some sort of threat, like you have to pick a side.

Aside from all that though, are you genuinely suggesting the weather in the UK is good for nine months of the year?
lukeo4413/10/2019 22:51

Lack of competition


There is definitely competition out there.... Rouvy, trainer road, Bkool, fulgaz, road grand tours, sufferfest.......

Personally for me nothing beats sufferfest in erg mode. Brutal and engaging.
manc8014/10/2019 07:52

There is definitely competition out there.... Rouvy, trainer road, Bkool, …There is definitely competition out there.... Rouvy, trainer road, Bkool, fulgaz, road grand tours, sufferfest.......Personally for me nothing beats sufferfest in erg mode. Brutal and engaging.


Fair enough, i suppose Zwift is a bit like Strava where has quickly become market leader so becomes almost the de facto choice
lukeo4413/10/2019 22:51

Lack of competition


It must cost a ton to develop and because people are willing to pay it?
You could get a winter hack for around this price and get out and ride without having to worry about it.

The misery of winter riding is what makes summer riding all the more joyful.
Rogier_Arpignot14/10/2019 09:16

It must cost a ton to develop and because people are willing to pay it?


I was a beta tester and it's come a long way since then. You can't beat an old fashioned tear up on the road with some mates but given the inclement weather we have (nothing to do with climate change I might add) having the ability to train properly and ride with mates/randoms works really well.

Thanks for posting the deal and the person who mentioned child memberships.... didn't know this.
manc8014/10/2019 07:52

There is definitely competition out there.... Rouvy, trainer road, Bkool, …There is definitely competition out there.... Rouvy, trainer road, Bkool, fulgaz, road grand tours, sufferfest.......Personally for me nothing beats sufferfest in erg mode. Brutal and engaging.



Tried the lot recently as I've just got a direct drive trainer. Sadly for the Zwift clones....they all fall down in quite a few areas and I just resubscribed to Zwift. Worst is Bkool. 3 years on and they still can't come up with a simple menu that does exactly what you want when you want and that's before the software is even trying to use your trainer.

Once you combine Zwift with the Zwift Preferences app you run off calendar and tackle what you want which is really useful. Can't be bothered with Sufferfest as Zwift is also good if you just want to pootle about on low w/kg like I was going last night. Plenty of erg workouts on there as well if that's your thing.
xavier.jones14/10/2019 10:00

Tried the lot recently as I've just got a direct drive trainer. Sadly for …Tried the lot recently as I've just got a direct drive trainer. Sadly for the Zwift clones....they all fall down in quite a few areas and I just resubscribed to Zwift. Worst is Bkool. 3 years on and they still can't come up with a simple menu that does exactly what you want when you want and that's before the software is even trying to use your trainer. Once you combine Zwift with the Zwift Preferences app you run off calendar and tackle what you want which is really useful. Can't be bothered with Sufferfest as Zwift is also good if you just want to pootle about on low w/kg like I was going last night. Plenty of erg workouts on there as well if that's your thing.



Both have their pros/cons, but for me I don’t tend to pootle during my indoor training sessions so I find sufferfest much more rewarding. I have used zwift for a couple of years but it just doesn’t engage me in the same way.
bisoner14/10/2019 09:58

I was a beta tester and it's come a long way since then. You can't beat …I was a beta tester and it's come a long way since then. You can't beat an old fashioned tear up on the road with some mates but given the inclement weather we have (nothing to do with climate change I might add) having the ability to train properly and ride with mates/randoms works really well.Thanks for posting the deal and the person who mentioned child memberships.... didn't know this.


When I applied originally it was u12s only but they increased it to u16 which is great and part of the reason why I have kept my annual sub going.
manc8014/10/2019 10:43

Both have their pros/cons, but for me I don’t tend to pootle during my i …Both have their pros/cons, but for me I don’t tend to pootle during my indoor training sessions so I find sufferfest much more rewarding. I have used zwift for a couple of years but it just doesn’t engage me in the same way.



Fair enough. Sometimes I just feel compelled to have a spin just to stretch the legs but it's not counting towards anything or I'm tight on time. I like the impromptu competition you find on Zwift, especially on the hillclimbs when you know it's a real person you're dropping or chasing.
Should point out that perf pro studio is another alternative if you dont like annual sub (and it's only a 99usd one off payment). More like TR than zwift though.
Edited by: "jazid" 14th Oct 2019
Thanks OP. I'll give it a go for 3 months.
I tend to prefer Netflix as my virtual training companion.
jazid14/10/2019 10:48

When I applied originally it was u12s only but they increased it to u16 …When I applied originally it was u12s only but they increased it to u16 which is great and part of the reason why I have kept my annual sub going.


Here is the link....

support.zwift.com/con…CmV
trying to buy the 3 month membership, it is trying to charge a fiver for delivery, is this not just emailed to you?!
Just been looking at turbo trainers. Is there a decent turbo trainer anyone would recommend that might be compatible with this?
I fell into cycling around 20km/week over the summer but with the winter looking for something to continue?
Wahoo kickr or core. The customer service is very good if you need it.
manc8014/10/2019 10:43

Both have their pros/cons, but for me I don’t tend to pootle during my i …Both have their pros/cons, but for me I don’t tend to pootle during my indoor training sessions so I find sufferfest much more rewarding. I have used zwift for a couple of years but it just doesn’t engage me in the same way.


Try zwift races if you want to suffer 😁
davester2k14/10/2019 09:44

You could get a winter hack for around this price and get out and ride …You could get a winter hack for around this price and get out and ride without having to worry about it.The misery of winter riding is what makes summer riding all the more joyful.


Stop using the word Misery. We're not in ancient Rome now!
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