MyWhoosh Championship – The Biggest Event in Virtual Cycling History with a $1,000,000 prize pool

UPDATE: The MyWhoosh Championship will be held from the 28th April to the 5th May 2023. Registrations will be opening on March 27th via the MyWhoosh events page. MyWhoosh looks forward to welcoming virtual riders from across the world to compete for the largest prize pot in virtual cycling history: $1 million!

The MyWhoosh Championship is an 8 day, 7 stage event from 28 April – 5 May 2023, designed to test riders to their limits. With an unbelievable prize pool of $1,000,000, this is the biggest virtual cycling event in history.

The MyWhoosh Championship will span 8 days, 7 stages, and feature 4 categories, 3 worlds, and a whooping $1,000,000 prize pot. It's free to enter and open to men and women worldwide.

Registration and Selection Overview

Participants can enter as an individual rider or as a member of a team and will be selected based on the performance data they submit. Successful riders will be split into four categories according to their level of ability. The final selection will consist of 120 men and 120 women which will include the best and most competitive riders who have followed the MyWhoosh registration protocol to ensure fair racing. This will involve completing the online registration, submitting weight/height videos, and doing an FTP test on the MyWhoosh platform from your registered MyWhoosh account. Further details of the selection protocol will be released shortly.

Once the selection process is done and the final 240 riders have been selected, racers will find themselves up against some of the most competitive cyclists across the globe. However, you don’t have to race alone. You can form teams and get a chance to be a part of the Teams Classification as well.

Only the top 240 riders (120 male and 120 female) will be selected based on the verification protocol - which will involve registering for the race, submitting weight/height videos and completing an FTP test on MyWhoosh. We suggest you get those numbers peaking!


Prizes will be awarded to general classification winners and stage winners and will be equally split between women and men. Each category will also have its own prize.

General Classification Winners

  • Top 10 Individual Winners
  • Top 5 Team Winners
  • Top 1 Youth Winner (U23)
  • Top 1 Masters Category Winner (Ages 50 and above)
  • Top 1 Sprint Winner
  • Top 1 King/Queen of the Mountain Winner

Stage Winners

  • Top 1 Individual
  • Top 1 Sprint Winner
  • Top 1 King/Queen of the Mountain Winner

Sprint Winners and KOM/QOM winners will be based on points accumulated across segments.

The MyWhoosh Championship boasts a $500,000 prize pool for women


In the MyWhoosh Championship, riders can expect to race across some of the most breathtaking routes that we have to offer with a variety of stages. There will also be one rest day in between.

Each stage will feature a new course, with men racing for approximately 70km and women for approximately 50km. No two days will be the same, with racers taking on routes in Tour of Al’Ula, Tour of Arabia, and Australia. Each road stage will have a variety of sprint and climb segments, all ranging in distance, and day six will consist of a time trial. The race starts flat for the sprinters and increases elevation for the climbers each day, building to the 5th stage with almost 1800m of climbing for men and 1100m for women. On the penultimate day, a time trial will help before finishing with a flat stage to give the sprinters one last chance for glory.

Each race will be a ‘chase race’ with handicaps for different categories. Every day will include sprint/climb segments. Stage 4 will be in a time trial style, with no drafting, but will still be a mass-start, first-across-the-finish format. Each category will have its own start times.

Throughout the championship, men will complete 460km of racing with over 6000m of climbing and women will complete 330km of racing with over 4000m of climbing.

More details of the biggest virtual cycling race series will be announced soon – including a complete technical guide, registration and selection protocol! Stay tuned to our socials and watch this space!
Registrations will open on the 27th of March 2023 on our Events page. Best of luck!

Share this page