Imagine racing in London one day and New York the next.
That's the reality - well, the virtual reality - for Tamworth Cycle Club members.
Not being able to race in person means the cyclists have turned to Zwift Power - a program where you can race others from your own home.
After signing up to the program, TCC members can hook their back wheel up to a bike trainer, pop their bike in front of a screen and enter virtual races through Zwift Power.
"People from all over the world can go in these races," TCC's Luke O'Connor said.
"There's races every 5-10 minutes and there's heaps of different courses. There's a volcano track, underwater and places like New York and London."
Tamworth Cycle Club held their first club race last Sunday with 10 cyclists taking part.
TCC has also started other races to appeal to a wider range of cyclists.
"We're trying to expand it," O'Connor said.
"The interclub race was the first one and we also have a junior race once a week and we have a Monday social ride - anyone can join up.
O'Connor said it had been great fun so far.
"It's been really good to see everyone there," O'Connor said.
"You can message people as well. It's quite interactive."
On Friday, the club will go head-to-head with a couple other rival clubs.
TCC members will take on riders from Hunter Virtual Racing and Port Macquarie CC with racing to kick off at 6pm.
"Hunter threw out a challenge to us and Port Macquarie so we've got a few people riding," O'Connor said. Head to the Tamworth Cycle Club Facebook page for more information.