Frequently Asked Question

How do I watch PAINCAVE?

PAINCAVE cycling training videos are available for streaming at, and are viewable with most modern web browser on Windows, OS X, iOS and Android.

Can I download an episode to my computer or DVD?

PAINCAVE's cycling training videos are streaming. These videos can go anywhere the Internet can. On the road at the hotel gym and only have your iPhone? Guess what? You have PAINCAVE. Show us a DVD that can do that!

How can I watch PAINCAVE on my TV?

There are several ways we suggest to watch PAINCAVE on your television. These include:

  • A connected computer such as an HTPC or laptop
  • Screencasting or Miracasting from your PC or mobile device to a second device connected to your television. Devices that advertise support for Screencasting or Miracasting include the Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, Xbox One, Playstation 4 and Amazon Fire TV.

Due to the constantly changing nature of television streaming devices, PAINCAVE cannot guarantee compatibility or offer user support for your preferred streaming device.

I'm a beginner, can I do the PAINCAVE workouts?

PAINCAVE's cycling training videos were developed with all levels of cyclists and triathletes in mind. Our training footage can help beginners get in shape for their first race, as well as help the pros lay down a new PR.

What type of cycling equipment do I need to use the PAINCAVE?

Any stationary bike will do.

How were the training workout developed?

The training program has been developed by Brian Walton of Walton Endurance, world-renowned cyclist, Olympic Silver Medalist, and coach to professional cyclists, Olympians, and Ironman World Championship qualifiers.

How do I cancel my subscription?

To cancel your subscription, login to PAINCAVE and navigate to the "My Account" page located under your name in the site's top navigation. If your current subscription auto-renews, on the "My Account" page you will be presented with a link to cancel your subscription renewal.

How much does PAINCAVE cost?

Pricing information can be found here.