Syncing between Strava and Zwift

You can automatically upload your activities to Strava from Zwift

What do you need in order to use Zwift?

  • An indoor trainer, a speed/cadence sensor or power meter, and an ANT+ dongle.
  • Go to Zwift's getting started page to find out exactly what you need by indicating your current gear setup in the prompts.
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Automatic Syncing

  • Log in or create an account on Zwift.
  • Click the arrow next to the Dashboard button at the top right.
  • Go to Settings > Connections > Connect to Strava.
  • Follow the prompts in the pop up to authorize Strava.
  • You can disconnect your accounts from this Zwift page or you can revoke access from Zwift in your Strava Settings.

Export/Import Option

From a computer

  • Navigate to my.Zwift.com and click on MyActivities.
  • Find your missing activity and click download. You will see a ZIP file.
  • Navigate to https://www.strava.com/upload/select. Click 'Choose File' and select the ZIP file.

From a mobile device (requires iOS10 and cloud service storage (iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive)

  • Navigate to my.Zwift.com in a mobile browser and log into your Zwift account.
  • Click the 'Download' link under the activity you'd like to upload.
  • A screen will appear to save the file - save the file to your preferred cloud-based service.
  • Open a new Chrome tab and navigate to https://www.strava.com/upload/select.
  • Click the 'Choose File' link, choose the cloud service you saved the file to and upload the file.
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