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kwiley

Posts: 940

Posted: Thu Feb. 12, 2009 7:02 am
In the quest to make indoor cycling both productive and tolerable,
some attempts succeed better than others. Some much better. A fellow
in Switzerland named David McQuillen created The Sufferfest. He turns
rock, pop and new wave songs into the soundtrack for classic Euro race
footage and intersperses the action with workout commands. See for
yourself by playing the video podcast on his site at
[url]http://www.thesufferfest.com[/url]. Explains McQuillen: "The Sufferfest is
dedicated to indoor cycling workouts and the people who suffer through
them. It's a resource for podcasts, downloads, workouts and music to
make indoor riding fun (really?), more punishing and more worthwhile."
It's surprising that McQuillen doesn't charge for this creativity
despite all that goes into it. Actually, a guy who puts "Hungry Like
the Wolf" to Greg LeMond's 1989 Tour-stealing time trial is bordering
on genius.
 
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