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The Halfbike – half baked idea or genius?

  While browsing t’internet I came across this wild idea, it’s not a lingering April fool that’s doing the rounds, it’s quite a fun idea’ if a little unstable looking…. but will it really take off? It combines cycling with a running motion which I’m not sure would be comfortable over a long distance. With […]

Tour de Yorkshire Trophy

Tour de Yorkshire trophy unveiled

One of the world’s most famous trophy makers has created the Tour de Yorkshire trophy which will be presented to the race’s overall winner. The new trophy has been crafted in the shape of the famous letter Y for Yorkshire, and will be presented to the winner of the first ever Tour de Yorkshire which […]


The Sufferfest Sponsors UCI Women’s World Cup & Introduces ‘The Suffer Prize’

INTRODUCTION OF ‘THE SUFFER PRIZE’ TELLS STORIES OF EPIC SUFFERING IN EACH ROUND OF WORLD CUP The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) is pleased to announce that The Sufferfest will be the Official Sponsor of the UCI Women’s Road World Cup in 2015. A leading producer of indoor training videos, The Sufferfest has been a sponsor of […]

Revolution 51 Evening_3015B

Revolution Series Track Cycling Finale

Saturday 14th March 2015, Revolution 51   So we come to the end of another thrilling Revolution Series and what a treat it’s been, some of the worlds best sprinters and endurance riders mixing it up with top British Junior riders. The finale of the season was held at it’s home track in Manchester at the National […]


Star line up for first ever Tour de Yorkshire

Sir Bradley Wiggins and Marcel Kittel have been confirmed as two of the stars who will take part in the first ever Tour de Yorkshire.  The 2012 Tour de France winner will lead his own Team WIGGINS developmental squad while the German sprinter will return to Yorkshire a year after wearing the first yellow jersey […]

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