It doesn't come more varied than this: Ready to race with Limar Air Pro helmets, Primal Omni jersey and shorts, win a classic LOOK KG 396 frame, Lezyne new CNC Tubeless Drive, free Wahoo TICKR with The Sufferfest annual subscription, Sidi new Sixty Ltd.
The Sufferfest, a comprehensive training platform for time-crunched athletes and a part of Wahoo Fitness, today announced the release of a suite of training plans designed specifically for athletes who are staying indoors due to the current global health crisis.
Trainer Review: We've all seen the recent explosion in indoor training and the use of the latest smart training / racing apps. So when top class pedal manufacturer Xpedo announced their new APX Pro smart trainer for just US$1099, we jumped for the first review unit and had our man in wintery Washington, Chuck Peña, give it a thorough spin.
July 11, 2019 - The excitement has been high in the Tour - We catch up with the last three stages with reports and video. Plus the Tour of Austria and BC Superweek. Top Story - 2025 Grand Départ in Amsterdam. Other news: No Katusha in 2020, contracts for Sénéchal and Steels, Arctic Race, EuroTrack19, Adriatica Ionica, BinckBank/BEAT and Wahoo/Sufferfest and Tastes of Le Tour.
When asked on an Australian small business podcast to describe the Sufferfest, founder David McQuillen remarked: “It's a community of masochists who love nothing more than punishing themselves completely in their own basements.”
The Sufferfest, creator of the world’s most comprehensive indoor cycling app and training videos for individual and group use, announced today their premiere sponsorship with the Homestretch Foundation, a nonprofit organization in Tucson, Ariz., that provides free housing and training support for female cyclists, helping to relieve the financial burden that many athletes face.