Zwift London Cycling Routes with Route Maps and Descriptions

Zwift’s London world has a number of routes you can choose from. You choose your route by clicking the Routes button at the Drop In screen, or you can manually pick your route by choosing a direction when an intersection comes up. Some routes include a lead-in distance that doesn’t count towards the route achievement. This lead-in is indicated in blue – while the actual route appears in white. Each route includes an animates map along with the route name, distance, elevation gain and any pertinent notes.

See a listing of all the routes available in Zwift here.

Zwift London Cycling Routes with Route Maps and Descriptions

Route Details

Route Name:  London Loop

Distance:  15.1 km (9.4 mi)

Elevation Gain:  230 m (755 ft)

Notes:  Ride through London before dipping
under the Thames, out to Surrey Hills for some
fresh air and climbs, bypassing the Classique
course. Can be ridden in reverse.

Route Name:  Classique

Distance:  5.4 km (3.4 mi)

Elevation Gain:  25 m (83 ft)

Notes:  After a brief warmup ride from the starting
area to the course, remain on the London Classique
for as many laps as you can handle. Parts of route
can be reverse.

Route Name:  Surrey Hills

Distance:  40.8 km (25.4 mi)

Elevation Gain:  890 m (2919 ft)

Notes:  Prepare to spend the day climbing
in the beautiful countryside, over each
Surrey pass once in each direction.

Route Name:  Greatest London Loop

Distance:  25.9 km (16.1 mi)

Elevation Gain:  357 m (1172 ft)

Notes:  Ride London and Surrey, skirting
the outside of both on a Grand Tour. Can
be ridden in reverse.

Route Name:  London 8

Distance:  20.3 km (12.6 mi)

Elevation Gain:  258 m (845 ft)

Notes:  Ride all the roads of the PRL,
past the iconic landmarks of central London
into the rustic lanes of surrey Hills and back again.

Route Name:  Triple  Loops

Distance:  40.8 km (25.4 mi)

Elevation Gain:  563 m (1848 ft)

Notes:  First a loop of The City, then cross the
Thames and pedal down to Surrey to climb both
Box and Leith Hills.

Route Name:  The PRL  Half

Distance:  69.3 km (43.0 mi)

Elevation Gain:  1005 m (3296 ft)

Notes:  Four circuits of the London Loop, returning
via the Surrey roundabout, through the sprint and
banner finish on The Mall.

Route Name:  Greater London Flat

Distance:  11.6 km (7.2 mi)

Elevation Gain:  53 m (173 ft)

Notes:  Enjoy a flat London ridewith a
short warm up, through the sprint zone,
then return to the Thames and pass Harrods
for a finish under the arch.

Route Name:  Greatest London Flat

Distance:  25.3 km (15.7 mi)

Elevation Gain:  173 m (568 ft)

Notes:  Ride the flat roads of the Greater
London Loop, then out to Surrey via Deerfield
to return to London proper.

Route Name:  The  PRL Full

Distance:  173.1 km (107.6 mi)

Elevation Gain:  2606 m (8551 ft)

Notes:  Eleven circuits of the London Loop,
followed by an iconic finish going through
the Prudential Ride London finish arch on The Mall.

Route Name:  Greater London 8

Distance:  24.0 km (14.9 mi)

Elevation Gain:  278 m (912 ft)

Notes:  Ride the first leg of the figure 8 along the
Thames, down to Surrey and up Box Hill, finally
crossing the Thames once again to return to central London.

Route Name:  Greater London Loop

Distance:  21.2 km (13.2 mi)

Elevation Gain:  257 m (844 ft)

Notes:  Tour London and Surrey in the Greater London Loop.

Route Name:  The  London Pretzel

Distance:  55.7 km (34.6 mi)

Elevation Gain:  574 m (1882 ft)

Notes:  Ride all roads north of the river
backward and forward, then over Box Hill
in each direction, in this twisting loop.

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