NEW CONTENT! Yesterday we gave you Workout History. As a thanks for all your patience, today we give you 10 (!) new Inspiration films. Waiting in the app for you now are some incredible stories. You’ll find Michael Cotty’s epic tribute ride in ‘Full Circle,’ Jumbo-Visma’s incredible and unexpected Tour de France in ‘Plan B,’ a hilarious journey around Tasmania in ‘The Laps of Tasmania’ (image below) and a full-length film from South Africa. All with recovery or endurance workouts to get you through your easier days. Enjoy!
And I was just about to finish all of the Inspiration rides. Back at it for me!
Keep them coming👍
I checked out The Source Park this morning. Great story and the film really builds to a great finish. What an amazing accomplishment by the store owners and the community that supported them. It really brought me back to my BMX days - hanging out and building jumps for hours.
Recovery rides where never so entertaining…
I had a major problem with London Edinburgh London this morning. Intro and sound effects were normal volume, the main body audio was so quiet, almost inaudible, but I was ipunable to replicate this afterwards
Really like the inspiration rides, I use them for recovery. Please keep making longer ones, let the video minions know that the effort is appreciated!
Thanks! Is there a quick/easy way in the app to find “new” content… or sort by publish date? I’d love to be able to either see ones I’ve completed vs not ridden and/or have a way to easily find the new content. (
I would submit the Mediterranean Coast: Nice to Menton session for consideration as the most visually spectacular of the cycling videos in the SYSTM app. And that in the face of some serious competition! Great, tough workout, too!
At the moment, the only way to see what is ‘new’ is to look for the images that have a small red ‘new’ block on them. We’re working on some sort/filter type stuff as well as making new stuff more obvious, but that’s some way off I’m afraid.
Fair enough- thanks for the update. Kudos on the new content - really appreciate it. *One more for the wish list: something within each workout that indicates when it was “last ridden” so I know if I’ve done it before and if so, when.