In this episode of Life in the Peloton, Mitch Docker catches up with Ella Harris to talk about her journey from virtual world to the World Tour.
The 21-year-old New Zealander won the Zwift Academy in 2018 and earned a pro contract with the Canyon-SRAM team.
Harris enjoyed a promising start to the 2020 season – winning a stage of the Herald Sun Tour and the New Zealand time trial title – and is now back home while the world of cycling is on pause because of the coronavirus crisis.
Mitch and Ella talk about transferring the power from the indoor trainer to the peloton.
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