Win a VIP trip to the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift 2022

Zwift is currently half way through the #NewRules mission that launched in-game on April 15th. That means, you have until May 15th to register for the mission and ride 100km to be automatically entered to win a trip to France for the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift (Terms and Conditions) with Thomson Bike Tours this July, to ride and watch the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift live and in person!

The grand prize, from Thomson Bike Tours, is a 10-day VIP bike trip where you’ll watch some of the most action-packed stages roadside, in-between riding some of the most iconic roads France has to offer. But wait, we are not just giving away one grand prize trip; we are giving away TWO trips!!! I mean, who would not want to come hang out with us at Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift?!

Want to double your odds at the grand prize? We got you covered! Join one of the #NEWRULES Series Rides to get another entry for the grand prize! Plus, you’ll unlock the Watch the Femmes cap and socks by completing any of the series rides:

  • The “Watch the Femmes” Podcast Rides - features episodes of the Cycling Tips Freewheeling podcast, which covers the women’s WorldTour with legendary ex-Pros Abby Mickey, Loren Rowney, Gracie Elvin, and journalist Amy Jones.
  • The “Get to Know a Pro Rides” - work towards your 100 km distance goal alongside some of the best female cyclists in history. Rotating ex-pros will interview surprise UCI Women’s WorldTour pro guests— you’ll get to ride with them and follow the convo. Turn your fan up and get your workout on. We have a superstar line up of ex-pro leaders: Kristin Armstrong, Gracie Elvin, Loren Rowney, and Alison Tetrick.

In addition to this amazing in-game mission and the opportunity to win the BIGGEST grand prize we have ever given away; Zwift is making it our mission to change the game for women’s cycling and bike racing to help pave the way to a brighter future through our #NEWRULES campaign:

With more action that you can imagine, women’s racing is all out. The more we watch, the more women win.

Big personalities, endless attacks, and camaraderie that feels like family.

Bike racing is evolving in real time. Watch it from the front row.

Because it does. Cycling will never be the same.

Today’s stage winners will inspire tomorrow’s champions.

So get out there and “Ride like the entire sport depends on it!”

Ride On.


Riders are sometimes automatically registered for a challenge by riding an event ride. It looks like this is not the case with the new-rules challenge; is that true?

Also, is it true that kilometers do not count toward the challenge until after one has clicked on the icon in the app to register. (Unlike, for example, Strava, where you can join a challenge at any time during the month and kilometers or time retroactively count toward the challenge as long as they were completed after the challenge started that month.)

I ask, because I rode in a new-rules ride today, and received the swag, but it seems my kilometers did not count toward the challenge because I didn’t click the register icon until after the ride was over.

Just looking for clarity.

Hi @Vern_Spinner,

That is correct, you do have to register in game in order for the distance to count towards the mission and does not retroactively count.

How’s everyone doing on the 100 km requirement for the #NewRules mission? We’re down to the final 5 days for you to go the distance. You’ve got this!

To be entered in the drawings you must 1) register for the mission in-game and 2) complete the 100 km by May 15 at 11:59 pm US Pacific Time / May 16 @ 06:59 UTC.

There are still some Watch the Femmes Podcast and Get to Know a Pro rides scheduled this week. We encourage you to do some of those so you get a second entry into the Grand Prize sweepstakes.

Our two Grand Prize winners will be announced on once the drawings are completed.


My daughter (11) is going strong and very determined to get this done. This morning she convinced me to do one more km after it was time to get ready for school.