How to watch Zwift Tour for All – live stream, TV and results

Chris Froome was one of the Team Ineos riders who took part in a mass-participation eRide on Zwift before going on to take sixth place in his team’s first Zwift eRace
Zwift racing (Image credit: Zwift / Team Ineos)

There's more virtual cycling coming up on the horizon, with Zwift organising a series of races next week called the 'Tour for All'.

The races, consisting of five separate stages for men's and women's teams, start Monday and will raise money for the Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières) COVID-19 crisis fund. Once 250,000 Zwift users complete one stage of Tour for All, Zwift will donate $125,000 to the fund.

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