United States Military Endurance Sports (USMES) and the Invictus Games Foundation have come together to hold a series of virtual rides on the cycling platform Zwift.
Zwift has announced a five-stage professional racing tour will take place on its virtual platform, with Eurosport and Global Cycling Network (GCN) set to show live coverage of the event.
World time trial champion Rohan Dennis claimed victory in his Ineos team’s first race on the Zwift indoor riding platform.
Sport, like the rest of the world, has been forced to get creative in recent weeks as the coronavirus pandemic has taken hold.
International Cycling Union (UCI) WorldTour team Mitchelton-Scott have reacted to the coronavirus crisis, which means they will not be taking part in any events in the foreseeable future, by launching their own special events on Zwift, the online cycling programme.