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Yep, you read that right, new and existing VeloViewer PRO (or PRO+) users get 60 days full access to The Sufferfest! A great opportunity for you to thoroughly try out their new 4DP workouts and training plans. As well as being able to use The Sufferfest workout videos, optionally controlling the ERG of your smart trainer, you also get to treat your body and mind to the integrated yoga and mental training programmes.  With The Sufferfest’s usual price of $10 per month, this is a great offer for just a £10 VeloViewer PRO (or £20 PRO+) membership! Not to mention having a year of access to VeloViewer of course.

More about The Sufferfest

Rather than attempting to tell you more about the details of The Sufferfest myself, here is a link to DC RAINMAKER’s recent article: Hands-on with The Sufferfest’s new 4DP Platform

Better still, just try it out for yourself and see what you think!

More about VeloViewer

VeloViewer connects to your Strava account to provide you with loads of great, extra stats and visualisations of all of your Strava activity including up-to-date placings on all of your segments.  The site is also used by Team Sky, Orica-Scott, BMC and FDJ for their race recon needs for their full seasons allowing them to refine their tactics for winning races like the Tour de France and La Vuelta.  Just head to to get started with your own data.

How to get your unique promo code

Note: The promo code can only be used when creating a new Sufferfest account. It can’t be applied to an existing account.

The codes will be available and usable for a limited time only (until end of January 2018), are unique to your VeloViewer user and can only be used once. You get 60 days free access to all things The Sufferfest from the date you create your Sufferfest account.


A huge THANKS to the guys at The Sufferfest for allowing me to provide this offer to all you lovely VeloViewer PRO users.


21 Responses to “60 Days of The Sufferfest for Free with VeloViewer PRO”

  1. Karl Billeter

    Doesn’t seem to work without payment details. I’m interested but not that interested. I have a poor track record of cancelling unused subscriptions.

  2. Josef

    Hi there, can I combine the code with other codes, for example a code I got because of the purchuase of an Elite Trainer?

    • Ben Lowe

      I doubt it. I think only one can be applied at a time. You do get the additional 1 week trial I think. You could always drop them an email to find out for definite.

    • Ben Lowe

      On the right hand side of your Update page (or low down if viewing on a small device) you will see a button to get your unique Sufferfest code (PRO/PRO+ users only).

  3. Robert

    hi the code number is not corret ask 10 number code , and the code you give is 9 number tks

  4. Ward

    Ben, does this only work with new accounts? I am a sufferlandrian since a few years and veloviewer Pro member. How do I get 60 days for free?

  5. Ashley Price

    This confused me a little so thought I’d add this to (hopefully) add some clarity.

    You’ll get a credit of $20, which at $10 a month will clear you for 2 months. Firstly though you’ll get 7 days free up front so the renewal date (date at which the credits will be applied) will be 7 days + a month.

    Hope that helps someone and thanks VeloViewer!

  6. Florian

    Thanks for making this possible!

    I signed up with the discount code and chose the annual billing at first. It resulted in a $20 discount on the annual payment and the next billing was shown for 7 days after signup. This was not what I expected, as it was Sufferfest’s standard 7-day trial period. I was expecting to not have to pay anything for the first 60 days.

    So I switched to monthly billing, expecting the date of the first period to be two months out. But the billing date stayed the same.

    I contacted Sufferfest support, and they said the billing date is correct, but it would be a $0 payment.

    So it looks like Sufferfest’s handling of these discounts is a bit weird. I trust them to not charge me for the 60 days though, and if they do, I trust their support to clean it up.

    • Ben Lowe

      It looks like the discount code feature to their sign up process may have been retrofitted as it does seem a bit confusing. From what I’m told you should actually get 67 days (the 60 day VeloViewer free trial plus the standard 7 day free trial) before any payment is taken.
      For anyone else not seeing what they are expecting the just get in touch with and I’m sure they’ll sort it.

  7. dominique jacquel

    when I tried this morningThe promo code does not seem to be recognized by the sufferfest sign up page.

    • Ben Lowe

      They did mention that the odd code might not work correctly. If you email and give them the code then they should be able to sort it. If that’s still no good then email me ( including a link to your Update page (so I can get your Strava number) and I can give you a new code to try.

  8. Alexey Pal

    Great news!
    Just finished my trial period of Zwift. Will have a look on Suffer with your generous 60 days trial


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