Week In Bike Tech: Lezyne Contest, Sufferfest Training Video

Every week, Velonews.com compiles the latest in gear news, tips and announcements from the bike industry.

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Sufferfest “The Best Things In The World” training video

The Sufferfest, creators of virtual indoor cycling videos for groups and individuals, recently released a new training video called “The Best Things In The World.” The 21st video in the Sufferfest series features officially licensed footage from Gent-Wevelgem and Amstel Gold races. Grant Holicky of Apex Coaching created the 47-minute long, high-intensity interval workout that focuses on strength, speed, and power development.

Enter Lezyne’s epic ride contest to win a Super GPS cycling computer

Lezyne is giving away Super GPS computers to winners of the Epic Ride contest, a competition to showcase personal rides and activities on social media.
To enter, participants are asked to create a video or snap photos of an epic adventure and share it with Lezyne on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. The contest runs until Friday, October 30 at midnight, and winners will be announced on November 2.

MilKit’s clean tubeless tire maintenance and installment system

Swiss company, MilKit, introduced a new tubeless installation and maintenance system aimed at simplifying the checking and refilling of sealant in tubeless tires. The system, which includes a valve, valve core tool, and a syringe, allows tires to remain inflated and on the rim to prevent sealant leaks and spills. Using the syringe, sealant can be extracted from the tire, inspected, and the injected as needed through the company’s milKit valve. A rubber flap on the valve prevents the sealant from getting into the valve, which helps prevent clogs.

Jan Frodeno Reflects on His Final Ironman World Championship

Immediately after finishing 24th place at his final Ironman World Championships, the Olympic medalist (and three-time IMWC winner) explains what his race in Nice meant to him.