UPDATE: Zwift HQ now manages the Zwift events calendar, which can be found online at zwift.com/events and also via the mobile link app. The Teamup calendar explained below is used much less, and only for events not listed on the official calendar.


Zwift doesn’t yet have a built-in calendar tool, so the community has developed their own methods for organizing group rides. The Teamup calendar is the most used tool, while the Zwift Riders Facebook group is used by some organized who want additional exposure.

Teamup Calendar

zwiftcalendar.com

teamup

Pros:

  • Anyone can see and edit events (not just Facebook users)
  • It’s easy to add this calendar’s data to your tool of choice (for instance, your iPhone) via the iCal feed
  • Repeating events are supported
  • Events are color-coded by ride type (Race, Group Ride, etc)

Cons

  • Many Zwifters don’t realize it exists

Zwift Riders Group (Facebook)

facebook.com/groups/zwiftriders/events/

fb

Pros

  • Organizers can brand their event with a snazzy masthead
  • Riders can RSVP so organizers have an idea who is showing up
  • Events are be easily shared with the Zwift Riders group
  • Comments/discussion can be posted for each event

Cons

  • No repeating events, so each ride must be entered separately
  • No iCal feed, so you can’t feed the events into the device/interface of your choice

The Verdict

For me, the Teamup approach wins. But when I post my Pacific Wakeup Ride (PWR) it goes on both calendars for maximum exposure. Until Zwift develops an internal calendar tool, this is the approach I recommend for all ride organizers.