How to ride in BikeRadar kit on Zwift

Just enter the code "BIKERADAR" to get the gear

Cyclists wearing the BikeRadar kit on Zwift

Want to ride in BikeRadar kit on Zwift? It’s easy (and free) to deck out your avatar in our colours.

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Once you are signed into Zwift on a Mac/Windows desktop computer, press “P” on your keyboard to bring up the code prompt, and enter “BIKERADAR” to get our blue and orange jersey and bib shorts.

The next time you start the Zwift app, our kit will be available to select via the normal customisation options. Sadly, there’s currently no way to enter this code on an iOS or Android device.

It’s completely free to get our kit, though Zwift will cost you £12.99 / $14.99 a month. If you’re yet to sign-up, you can get a free 7-day trial through the Zwift website.

Cyclists wearing BikeRadar kit on Zwift
Want to join the BikeRadar peloton on Zwift?
Zwift

Zwift, if you’re not familiar, is an online training platform where any rider with a turbo trainer, smart device (computer/tablet/phone) and Ant+ or Bluetooth connection between the two can pedal through virtual worlds.

You can ride solo, join a group ride (or create one for your and your friends), compete in a virtual race, or choose from a menu of structured workouts and training plans.

Tom Marvin wearing the BikeRadar kit while mountain biking
How our kit looks in ‘real life’.
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Yes, we’d normally rather be riding outside. But when the weather, work, life or, as it stands, the coronavirus pandemic, rule that out, indoor training is a good alternative to keep the pedals turning. And you might as well look good while doing it in BikeRadar kit!

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There are, of course, plenty of other alternatives to Zwift, including The Sufferfest, TrainerRoad and Road Grand Tours. Check out our round-up of the best indoor training apps for the pick of the bunch.