Archive for November, 2013

  • Mt. Sufferlandria

    By Grunter on November 2, 2013
    You call that a mountain? Look, if there is no lava, there is no mountain. Now have a glance at this: It rises some 30,000ft above Lactic Acid Sea level, the glow of its volcanic crater visible for thousands of miles. It is Mt. Sufferlandria: The most imposing peak in the range of rocky fangs that form the Sufferlandrian Alps. […]
  • The Tour of Sufferlandria

    By Grunter on November 1, 2013
    There is little doubt that after the inaugural 2013 Tour of Sufferlandria, the race firmly established itself as one of the most difficult Grand Tours in the world. In response, some races have attempted to make their routes more difficult, while others seem to have given up — creating less inspiring and easier routes in order to attract those who […]