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Zwift virtual indoor training

Join Zwift the world’s largest virtual cycling community. Riders from over 150 countries are online at different parts of the day based on time zones, so you can always find someone to ride with. 326 more words

Review: The Sufferfest - The Way Out

The Sufferfest videos are awesome. They offer (mostly) short, sharp, bang-for-buck workouts, expertly put together to push you right to the edge but not quite over. 857 more words

Bungonia Boree Biking

After Jagungal, I could have taken the rack and rigid seatpost off the bike, and put the dropper post back on. Instead I went with it and signed up for another sufferfest. 799 more words


National Day of Suffering

Just like trains, after months of waiting for a blog on Sufferfest two come along in the space of a week, as although I could have tucked this in at the end last time, I thought this was something worth mentioning separately. 1,443 more words

UCI Gran Fondo - Anderson Down Under

Keith Anderson headed to Perth in Western Australia to take part in the Gran Fondo World Championships on September 4th. Here’s his race report.

Having qualified for this event via the Tour of Cambridgeshire in June, I’d given myself only a few months to get prepared for a road race of this duration. 1,526 more words


Welcome to Sufferlandria

After months of promising and distraction by other events it is finally time to talk about Sufferfest!

I will start off today with a bit of a Meet Cute, as I first came across Sufferfest a few years ago in a magazine (Men’s Fitness  I think), where one of the reviewers was talking about an insane new program, where people rode stationary bikes whilst watching a torturous video of cyclists riding Le Tour or something similar, and trying to keep up like some sort of computer game. 1,636 more words

Back on the Rollers

In an attempt to increase my saddle time and get back up to flying fitness I splurged on a new set of rollers. Last month we smashed our target at work, so what better way to spend some of that bonus money than on bike tech? 176 more words