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    Quote Originally Posted by marathonrunner View Post
    I don't think it will be cheaper than zwift. But this fits in between zwift and trainer road. More workouts and plans. I think 15 bucks a month for zwift is pretty fair too.
    I got my Beta invitation from Virtugo this weekend. I am having issues downloading it (my anti-virus took a real disliking to it). Hopefully, I can fix that and give it a try. I expect my Zwifting will soon be be mostly over for the season we'll see where things stand in the fall.

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    I finally got my invite and gave it a try today. The Adelaide course kept crashing so I rode Pulseville. I did one loop with graphics set to "good" and another set to "beautiful". The only difference I saw was shadows on the beautiful setting. It did not seem to impact frame rate at all. I thought the graphics were good, although not substantially better than Zwift. There were only 5 other people on the route so I don't know how things work when there is a bunch of riders. Overall, there is some promise here but I did not see anything that was a game changer compared to Zwift. I will say that VirtuGo has one thing that Zwift still doesn't have and that is the ability to end the ride without exiting the game. I wish them luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveG View Post
    I finally got my invite and gave it a try today. The Adelaide course kept crashing so I rode Pulseville. I did one loop with graphics set to "good" and another set to "beautiful". The only difference I saw was shadows on the beautiful setting. It did not seem to impact frame rate at all. I thought the graphics were good, although not substantially better than Zwift. There were only 5 other people on the route so I don't know how things work when there is a bunch of riders. Overall, there is some promise here but I did not see anything that was a game changer compared to Zwift. I will say that VirtuGo has one thing that Zwift still doesn't have and that is the ability to end the ride without exiting the game. I wish them luck
    Well at least it give you some variety from the same 3 courses in zwift. Iím getting kind of board of that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert1 View Post
    Well at least it give you some variety from the same 3 courses in zwift. Iím getting kind of board of that.


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    Yes, I an getting a bit bored of the same Zwift roads too. The pace of adding new roads has been disappointing. I use Rouvy also. It has the advantage of being able to ride almost anywhere in the world, but without the multiplayer aspect that Zwift brings.

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