I’m organizing trainings (meetups) for my team and use the maps of Zwift insider to build a training by making use of Zwift’s environment (climbs, sprint sections, finish for the final race etc).
I however realized yesterday that the lead-in is not always correct: The High-Line has a 10km lead-in per zwift insider/zwift hacks but during my last meetup, I already arrived at the start of the course at less than 5km (basically a 5km lead out iso of 10km).
Does anyone know if how the length of the lead out is determined? My workout blocks make use of the km ridden (I have an excel sheet to calculate this) and these are no longer accurate of the actual lead in is much shorter than anticipated.
I understand Zwift insider is not an official Zwift website, but zwift itself unfortunately lacks route route details…