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A guide to exporting .FIT Files from Zwift to upload to Map My Tracks

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image In the world of indoor cycling, Zwift has become synonymous with immersive training experiences and virtual rides.

As you pedal through virtual landscapes, track your progress, and compete with others, you might find yourself wanting to analyze your performance in more detail on Map My Tracks. One way to do this is by exporting your Zwift workout data in .FIT file format then upload it to Map My Tracks.

As Zwift does not support direct uploading to Map My Tracks we’ll walk you through the process of exporting .FIT files from Zwift to seamlessly upload and analyze your data on Map My Tracks.

When using Zwift app on PC or Mac

Step 1: Open the file upload page on Map My Tracks. Click on Choose file and in the file browser go to Documents > Zwift > Activities and attach the .fit file for the ride.

When using Zwift app on smartphones or tablets

Step 1 . Start Zwift and on the title screen, tap the Zwift logo three times to bring up the file browser.

Step 2. Select the .fit file(s) you would like to upload to Map My Tracks and select OK.

Step 3. Email the .fit files to your personalised Map My Tracks dropbox email address.  Files emailed into your MMT mailbox will be automatically imported to your profile for detailed analysis.

From the Zwift website

Alternatively, a .fit file can be downloaded from the activity feed on the Zwift website. Open the activity then click on the cog icon. From there you can download .fit file to upload on Map My Tracks.