Si Rides Across London In Speedos! | The GCN Show Ep. 307

Si Rides Across London In Speedos! | The GCN Show Ep. 307


– From the Cheltenham
Badlands in Ontaria, Canada, welcome to the GCN Show. – Welcome to the GCN Show, brought to you by our friends at Wiggle. – This week, I don’t really want to say what’s coming up this week, frankly. – No, well I know why Si. It’s because you got naked, didn’t you? Rode across Central London wearing nothing but your Speedos. All for World Bicycle Relief. Although you’ll be relieved to
know that Si didn’t come off. – Even better than that, we
have got extreme bike packing, weekly inspiration and
cyclist vs. giant lizard. (animal growling) Saw something out of Hollywood
this week, isn’t it now? – But to Baywatch. – (laughs) (energetic music) – This week in The World of Cycling, we learned that bike
packing can be occasionally an extreme sport. – This is Ally Denim riding, what can only be described as a hiking trail. Terrifying. Look at that. Oh my word. – I’m petrified watching that. I wouldn’t ride a bike,
nor would I even hike down that trail. It looks horrific. (laughing) Fair play, Ally. Ally incidentally is currently riding all the way from Argentina to Alaska, and his Cycling About Instagram
page is well worth a follow. – Absolutely. Right. We also learned this week
that EF Education First-Drapac powered by Cannondale clothed in RAFA will actually be able
to enter Ironman Races next year as part of
their hipster race program because RAFA have just
launched a top tube bag. – Oh, I wonder if sales of
their socks will go down as a byproduct of that. – [Si] Yeah, good point. – To be fair of that is a big turnaround, isn’t it, to build a top tube bag, which as been much
maligned over the years. In fact, if you’d said
just two or three years ago that RAFA would be one
day making a top tube bag, you’d have been laughed
out of the room, I think. – You would, indeed. But even I’m coming
around to its merits now as I found out in the Hyper Bike video. If a top tube bag is actually integrated into your frame set, it’s got its merits. – Yes, that Hyper Bike, of course, having its one last outing
before it was sent back. – That’s right. Some might say it’s gone
out in a blaze of glory. (traffic noises) – Last year we promised you
that if you raised enough money for World Bicycle Relief,
that Si and Matt would ride across London wearing nothing
but a pair of Speedos. And you smashed the target. In fact you raised
$170,000 which was amazing. Now a lot of time’s past, in
fact almost a year exactly, but we haven’t forgotten, have we? Don’t be shy. Come on in. Look at the state of him. – I honest had hoped
that we had forgotten. – Nope. – No, apparently not. – No. – I mean, Matt isn’t here, so perhaps I shouldn’t do the ride. – No, he left. I can see why now. It seems like he didn’t
want to be embarrassed looking like that, did he? – No, no he didn’t. No. I mean, it’s quite cold. Do we have to leave it until November? – Listen, we’ve all made sacrifices. You haven’t forgotten
that I shaved my hair off for the very same cause
couple of years ago, which was a huge sacrifice because, well at my age it might
not have grown back. – Yeah, and truthfully a
lot of people have said it’s never quite been the same since. – Who said that? – Just one or two in the
comments, occasionally, but anyway, jokes aside, it
is absolutely freezing today. – It is. I’ve got two coats on, actually. – Do you think it would be
cool, I’m sure the viewers would be OK with me just
having a couple of extra items of clothing just to stop hypothermia. – What, apart from your sock? – Apart from my socks, yeah. – Like just one, one extra
piece I’ll allow you. – Two small ones? They don’t have to be too big. – As long as they’re small. – Alright. (Drum music) – Alright, go on then. – I’m actually going to do this? – Yeah, I’m not going to look, though. Everyone else is looking at you, though. You’re actally going to meet
me at the Assos Store, right? – Yeah. – OK. – Oh my God. Of course, so I’ll see
you inside of my vision. – Alright. – Alright, onto it. Bloody hell. Oh my God. I didn’t realize he had a
picture of me on his ass. It does seem quite fitting to be next to Nelson’s colon, actually. (cars buzzing) – Woo hoo hoo. Oh man that’s cold. (upbeat music) I could go straight on here,
go down to Buckingham Palace, but I suspect if I’ve ever thought I was going to get arrested, it’d be doing that. (upbeat music) He’s starting to chase me Dan, but that not going to happen. This is not the way I want to go. (upbeat music) There it is. – Fair play mate. I mean, that was only
short, wasn’t it, the ride? – Right. – That took some balls. Which I didn’t know you had in you. – Thanks mate. In all seriousness, we’ve got to say a huge thank you, not just for if you’re still watching after that little stunt, but also for the money that you raised and donated last year. As Dan said it’s $177,000
to World Bicycle Relief, which is just brilliant. – Yeah, unbelievable, really. And that was enough
for 1,203 Buffalo Bikes which World Bicycle Relief
have now handed out. – Yeah, bikes that literally
have changed people’s lives by allowing them to
travel further, faster, more safely opening opportunities. As basically as fundamental
as going to school or going to a place of work. – Yeah. Things that I saw first
hand, actually last year, when I went over to Zambia. I witness it all and
what Buffalo Bikes can do to change people’s lives there. So, if you’ve got any more spare money that you would like to give to a charity, I thoroughly recommend
World Bicycle Relief. In fact, we’ll stick a
link in the description below this video if you’d like
to donate any more this year. – Absolutely, and next year it
will be someone else’s turn, won’t it Dan. – Yes, we’ve done our
forfeits now, haven’t we? Onto the next presenters. Got any ideas of what they should do. – Sorry, there’s sirens. I’m just a bit concerned that’s the police catching up with me, so I’m just gonna. I’ll see you later. – That was a bit of a crime, wasn’t it? Back in the warmth of the GCN set now. – Thankfully. – Because we thought we would
have a very quick debrief, didn’t we? – We already have debriefed. – I can see that. I saw them resting in your lap. What I would like to know, is if you’d have gotten even more
attention than you did, had you been sporting these. (whistling) This little number which
came in just one day too late for you wear around Central
London unfortunately. – They are now in the GCN Shop though, for anyone who’s interested. Heavily discounted. – 90% off, I expect. – Huge crowds gathered at one point around the Assos shop. I didn’t think anyone
had a clue who you were. They were just fascinated
by someone wearing not very much in Central London. But this guy really
wanted a photo with you, did he, but he didn’t
want to get too close. – No, much like you, actually Dan. Viewers, you’ll note that
there’s a pane of glass in between Dan filming
Matt and me outside. – Well, it was warm
inside, and I always want to be completely disassociated
with you on that day. – I tell you, I hope you appreciate how much effort I put into
bulking up for that week. We knew it was coming
for a while, so I was, you know, in the gym, just making sure I could put on a bit of a gun show for you. – Welcome to the gun show. – See, there you go. – Be honest with us,
mate, did you feel like and absolute tit? – God, did I feel like a tit. Yeah, no I did. I mean actually, when I was riding, it wasn’t so bad, you
know, like mullet flowing, kind of carbon wheels rumbling. One can’t help but feel cool as a cucumber in that situation, but
I hadn’t appreciated quite how much time I’d be stuck in traffic, completely stationary, and so when you’re there sandwiched between two double-decker
buses and a taxi, you can’t help but feel
a little bit exposed. – Well that is a surprise there. – I’m naked, basically, so uh, yes. No, it was uh, suitably embarrassing. – Never again. – No. (beating music) – If that wasn’t inspiring enough, it’s actually now time for
your weekly inspiration. That part of the show where we show the very best, most inspiring photos that you send in each week. Our podium, third place
gets 50 pound voucher, cause you make it wiggle. Second place gets 75, and first place gets a whopping 100 pound voucher. Right, should we start
with number three now? – We do. This is a good price, isn’t it? 100 pound. Do what you want with it on the website. Anyways, in third place for
50 pounds is Bikealatte. The best way to prepare
for Thanksgiving dinner, a little break 20 mile
bike, four mile run. Well, if you can get to that
sort of place in 20 miles, you live in a nice area. – Yeah, 20 mile bike ride sounds great. Not sure about the four mile run, but we can leave that to one side for the inspirational part. Dude, that’s cool actually. I like that very much. In second place, we have got this sent in by Ryan from Chicago, Illinois. This is him with his son,
shredding til sunset, he says. That is super cool, isn’t it? That’s an image to treasure. – Yes. – Fantastic. – There’s nothing quite like that. I do like going out riding with my son. And it looks like he’s having fun. It makes memories for
life for them as well. Won’t it? – Yeah, it will. Right, which means, in
first place, it is Yaniv over in Israel on a foggy forest ride. And that looks rather moody, doesn’t it? – Ah man, that is cool. That’s great. Yeah, group ride in the
forest on a bit of gravel. But brilliantly, they’re
wearing wearing shorts and short sleeve jersey down there. It’s not the kind of fog
we’ve got here at the moment. All we have in Coxside are
the what’s are cross cup of the weekend. Yeah, that looks wicked, doesn’t it? – It has been cold here
recently Si, hasn’t it? – Yes, yes I think we all saw
that a little bit earlier on, didn’t we? Yeah, there we go. A well deserved winner,
I think you would agree. – Let us know what you
spend that money on Yaniv, at a 100 pounds. As a reminder of how you put yourself in with a chance of winning one
of those three voucher amounts. The hashtag on Instagram
is #GCNINSPIRATION. There’s loads on there to look at if you find something to load yourself. Or you can upload them
to the GCN uploader. A link to which is in
the description below. (trumpet sound) – It’s now time for Cycling Shorts. – Cycling Shorts. And we will start this week with the news that Andrea Tafi, the 52
year old former winner of Paris-Roubaix, may
well have gotten himself a world tour contract for next year to allow himself another
crack at his favorite race that he won 20 years go. – It does indeed. I mean, to be fair, any world tour scene should take you with the amount of publicity he appears to be getting and will do up to the race. But the rumors have
been team Dimension Data and they appear to be proving even more by the UCI President David Lappartient who basically suggested the
same thing just last week. I’m not sure why he’s
leaking it to the press. – Nope. – To be perfectly honest, but
Tafi does seem one step closer to his dream Paris-Roubaix return. Anyway, staying on this feed
for a little bit longer, next year apparently,
the Geo Roux is going to feature a mountain top finish up the fearsome Garga. That is an 8% average
gradient for 17 kilometers, which is brutal. – It is, isn’t it? But there are more than one
ways to skin a cat, Dan. If you want brutal climbs, check out this. This is from the Pittsburgh Dirty Dozen. Of the 13 climbs in that event, this one up Canton Avenue
is 39% and cobbled. – Apparently they found a 49%… – Nah. – More on that in next week’s GCN show. Now what struck me there
from watching the footage of Dirty Dozen site, is that,
it’s immensely frustrating, isn’t it, if you don’t make
it all the way up a climb. If you don’t make it up a
climb because of somebody else, well that’s infuriating. (bell ringing) – Yep, that pretty much
sums it up, doesn’t it? Now here in the U.K. this last week, the Department of Transport has showed that work is still going on
in the British government despite Brexit Fever, when
they published a report called The Cycling and Walking
Investment Strategy. – Honestly, it doesn’t
seem to offer very much. – No, it really doesn’t. It is a bit of a damp squid, isn’t it? Proof then, that there
is still Brexit fever. – Yes, but among the 50 suggestions and one of the few headline grabbers was the idea that a financial incentive could encourage motorists
to behave differently toward cyclists and pedestrians through an optional
cycle awareness program, that would in turn if they took it, lower their insurance premiums. – Yeah, but, in Insurance Online, which is an actual website, the Association of British Insurers went to say that actually
they couldn’t see how it would have any effect
on insurance premiums at all. And then intriguingly, the
article finishes midway through the next sentence,
which I’ve never seen before. Bizarre. – Oh no, that’s behind
a payable sign, website I think. – Is it? – Yeah, you just have to pay some money, you’ll get the whole article. – I thought he was being careless. – That was embarrassing. Anyway, if you want intriguing,
why don’t you check out this headline from the Bangkok Post. – One of my favorites. – One of my favorites, isn’t it? A cycling billionaire loses face-off with monitor lizard. – Wow, that is intriguing. – Apparently this is a business woman who is out for a nice leisurely ride round the local park on a Sunday morning. – Cool. – At which point she stumbled
across a giant lizard. She stopped. She waited for it to
move, but it didn’t move. – So what happened? – So she carefully rode around her, at which point it charged at her and knocked her off her bike. – (laughing) Oh, that’s awful. We often say about the dangers
of riding in Australia, but Thailand now goes on my
list of places to be scared of. – Yes. – Alright, in all seriousness, we do wish Areeyachat
Apisithamorngul a speedy recovery and also, stay vigilant of wildlife. (beating music) – A bit of bad news now Si. – Really? – Our metallic edition range of t-shirts and jerseys, etc. will
no longer be on sale as of midnight tomorrow. – As in no longer on sale
or no longer on sale at all. – Oh my God. – That’s only if you’re watching this on a Tuesday, so it ends
at midnight on Wednesday, Greenwich mean time. – Crikey. – So you haven’t got long
to take full advantage. Unfortunately, the socks and
the caps are already gone. – Are there any of these? – Yeah, there are a few of these t-shirts. Long sleeve, short sleeve,
in silver and gold. As head of the shop that
Global Cycling Networks take advantage of them, if
you haven’t done so already. Remember, the same high quality materials, just at a lower price. – Yeah, now some more bad news, Dan. There’s actually only one pair
of these currently for sale. Not on the shop. Those are on ebay. Now, yep, hardly used. Slight problem in that
I didn’t that transfer would go through the wash,
so they haven’t been. – Good idea, mate. – But anyway, if you search for them. – It’s BOGOF. – Hmm? – It’s buy one get one free, isn’t it? – Whoa. – These are actually part of the material, so you can wash those ones,
not that you’d need to. – Are you actually going
to part with those? I thought you wouldn’t mind those. – Maybe for World Bicycle Relief. You know, they go for two quid. – I just thought you said on holidays. – Good point. (drum beat) – Over to the workshop
now for Tech of the Week. – Thanks guys, well this
week we discuss a revised UCI regulation that could
well see pro cyclists having to use the exact
same equipment you or I buy off the shelf. Plus, we also look at your thoughts on graphing and what new bikes could there be coming up in 2019? – Also new this week, there’s a new carbon
spoked carbon wheel set from Hunt which weighs just 1,290 grams. Now while a carbon spoked
ultra lightweight wheelset is really exciting for me
any rate, most exciting thing here is the manufacturing
process of the ring. – Yeah, that’s right. So Hunt are actually
using filament winding, which is a manufacturing technique a few other companies have
actually introduced recently, and while it has seriously big
implications for carbon rims, doesn’t it? – Yeah, so filament winding using a robot, or sort of like a robot grandma to knit the carbon rim out
of a big spool of carbon. Now in the past, this was
done to make round tubes, and it wasn’t applicable
to more complex shapes, however advances in tech
has made this possible. Now, the advantages of filament winding, are that because it’s done by a robot, you have a more consistent layer and higher quality final product than traditional hand layered techniques. The other advantage, is that you can reduce
manufacturing costs as well, meaning that those savings can potentially be passed on to the consumer resulting in a more affordable carbon wheel set. – Well, it seems good for the consumer, doesn’t it after all. Plus, we’ve got your bikes, your upgrades, and the all important bike vault. And guess what, Ollie. – What? – The buzzer is back, (siren) and maybe for just one week only. – Droners on Thursday. – He’s looking forward to it. (drilling) – It’s now time for Hack
forward slash Bodge of the Week, and we’re going to start
with an incredible sculpture of a lady made entirely out of chains. This is from Jonathan
Moss on Twitter @ CARNUB. Impressive use of bike chains. I’ll second that. Found in Capri in Italy. – [Si] That is absolutely remarkable. A little bit rusty now. Maybe could’ve done with a bit of WD-40, but yeah, fair play. Maybe we need a third category now, Hack, forward slash, Bodge, forward slash, Art? – [Dan] Yes, well I like, possibly. – [Si] Arty, well it’s
not a hack nor a bodge, is it, it’s just art. Right, this one was sent
in by Safely Dangerous from Denver, Colorado. What in tarnation fix
gear, thug-buster seat, post suspension, full front disc brake, rear brake installed backwards,
and those handle bars are bright levers. – [Dan] Conclusion, there’s a
lot going on with this bike. – [Si] Kind of a cool
hack back there, isn’t it? – [Dan] Yeah, it’s a mismatch
of different products, right there. – [Si] That is a… – [Dan] It’s a bodge, isn’t it? It’s just a general bodge. – [Si] Yeah, that’s definitely
from the bottom of the parts. – [Dan] Is it Hack, forward slash, Bodge, forward slash, Art,
forward slash, Mismatch? – [Si] Yeah, mismatch. Terrifying. – [Dan] Anyway, OK. This came in on Instagram
from The Frugal Cyclist. Sorry. This is small. – [Si] You
just managed to save that one. – [Dan] Laptop broke. He really is a fruit besides
this as well, isn’t he? And so I zwifted with my phone and created a platform for the phone with my Garmin mount
cardboard and rubber bands, added some glue to create
a non-slip texture. Don’t try and tell us that
a lots more went into this than meets the eye. – [Si] Well, I mean, I’m. – [Dan] What? – [Si] What I find intriguing
about this design, Dan, is that the elastic bands
hold the cardboard on. Why don’t you just put
them over the phone, then you wouldn’t have had to create a nonslip texture with your glue. Just one more elastic band. – [Dan] Phone over the
top, but it wouldn’t be very stable on the top. – [Si] No, no, you keep the cardboard, and then you just have another couple of elastic bands, and then your
phone’s not going anywhere. – [Dan] Oh, I see, yeah. – [Si] Anyway, I think
that’s kind of a cool hack. DIY phone maps. Should we say it’s a hack? – [Dan] Alright, let’s
give it a hack stamp. – [Si] It’s a hack. Alright, next up. This one. Slightly scarier I see a Willumsharp best valve cap ever. It looks to be on Halloween. – [Dan] Well, that’s not going to help your wheel balancing, is it? – [Si] No, it’s not. – [Dan] Bodge. (twang) Why do you want that? – [Si] True, you don’t need
a valve cap do you, really? Alright, we’ll move on to
one of our long term viewers. Welcome Trirussel3. – [Dan] Hello Trirussel3. – [Si] An old used Bontrager wheel turned into a wheel clock. I think this one looks really slick. – [Dan] It does. Are there the correct number of spokes? One, two, three… – [Si] Yeah that’s how they used to be. – [Dan] No, I’m not sure about that because there’s 20 spokes, you know, and there’s 24 hours in a day in there, so there are 10 groups of two. – [Si] Ahh. – [Dan] I think that’d be
hard to tell the time on. – [Si] Yeah, good point, actually. I hadn’t thought about that. That’s actually a bodge. I was gonna say, cause
it looks really cool. I used to love those
wheels back in the day. – [Dan] Well we help each other out, cause I hadn’t thought about
the extra elastic band, and you hadn’t thought about the inability to tell time on that
clock, so bodge, sorry. Sorry Trirussell. Long time viewer, but bodge. – [Si] Try harder next time. – [Dan] (laughs) Finally, we’ve got this. – [Si] Generous laugh. – [Dan] Yes it was, wasn’t it? This from William who says “Not sure the brand or make, but
this hack caught my eye.” – [Si] Wow. – [Dan] I’m pretty sure I
have seen this hack before. It’s how I used to prevent
any chips from stones on a mountain bike, Si says he hasn’t, but I think it’s a great idea. – [Si] Heavy duty. I mean, what’s that going to add, probably another 400 grams to the weight of your bike. But, may be you try it on your road bike – [Dan] They’re only zip tied one. – [Si] Oh, I hate zip ties on bicycles. – [Dan] So what we saying then? – [Si] Bodge. – [Dan] Hack. – [Si] What? – [Dan] No, I’ll leave it to you, Si. – [Si] Alright, this last one now. This is genius. This was sent in by Sophia, and basically by the look of it, she’s
overcooked a breast. – [Dan] Oh. – [Si] And, but she said rather than letting it go to waste, she thought she’d take advantage of it, and use it as a homemade saddle,
which got me thinking maybe as a homemade saddle,
it wouldn’t be that ideal, but if you cook it properly next time, just whack it inside your shorts, and it’d be like a heated shammy. – [Dan] Yeah. Nonbred shammy. Just make sure it’s not like a garlic. – [Dan] You could that
with overcooked sausages for your hands, couldn’t you? – [Si] Good point. – [Dan] Very good point. Anyway, if you’d like to get involved, the hashtag is GCNHack. We search Instagram and Twitter, mainly. Occasionally go onto Facebook
where you can send it to us as a message. (drum beat) – Caption Competition now. Your chance to get your hands on a GCN CamelBak water bottle there. Before we get onto this
week’s caption photo, last week’s results. We gave you this image,
and the winner is… – [Dan] Rob Evan whose caption is “As well as the power meter ban, the Tour de France have
another trick up their sleeve to slow down Team Sky and Sagan.” – [Si] Hey. – Well done to you Rob. Let us know know what your
address is on Facebook, and we’ll get that sent out to you. This week’s photo. – [Si] Oh, my word. Not again. – [Dan] Sorry, I was about
to say “close your eyes”, however that wouldn’t help in giving you a caption, would it? Anyway, I should get
you started with this. Si, you’ve got (beep) on your (beep). Or a bum on your chum. No, chum on your bum. That’s what I was going to say, wasn’t it? There’s a chum on your bum. Anyway, if you can do
better than any of those, get in touch in the
comment section down below. We’ll choose our favorite
this time next week. – That’s a bit mean,
cause there’s no bleeping in the comments, is there? So, you know, you can’t be rude, cause we can’t read it out next week. Keep it clean. – If you actually want to
win, bear that in mind, but if you just want to be
funny, I’ll happily read them. – Yeah good point. (upbeat music) – Alright then, the part of the show where we go through our
favorite comments from the past seven days, and then
tell you what’s coming up for the next seven days. We’re going to start
with a couple of comments underneath our Rapid Ride from Oman, which came out in the weekend. – Great video. I love watching that. – Yeah, that looks fantastic, didn’t it? First Saheeb Yusuf, “Anyone
else felt like grabbing their bike and going for a
ride just after the video?”, that is the idea of our Rapid Ride Series, really, isn’t it? That first that you want
to go out immediately on a ride, but secondly, you’d like to visit the destination. This does look like one
to put on the bucket list. – I didn’t want to go for a
swim after watching the ending, that’s for sure. (laughing) – That’s cold. – Dave Pratt. He said he was really
conflicted about the video, cause it seems like Emma
might be human after all. Not sure how I like that. Well yeah, rare moment
of weakness for Emma on that climb. I mean, she still
smashed Chris, but still. – [Dan] You still
wouldn’t mess, would you? – No you wouldn’t. – Next up from Lazy Remnant underneath your video site looking at
the Shimano 105 Groupset out this year. All ready for 105 in these
upcoming 105 vs. Dura-Ace videos. – Yeah, it’s going to be
interesting to see how that compares, isn’t it? Very interesting indeed. Then, under the eight
worst spectator mistakes of the year, we had Ragnarok043. I used to be a fan, but I
upgraded to an air conditioner. – [Dan] Boodom boom. Caption of the week if
you went for our photos. – [Si] Yeah, and Stephi
Volsik, “At least cycling fans don’t set fire to cars
and destroy entire cities like the fans of another popular sport.” – Beach volleyball, isn’t it? – Yeah, yeah. – There’s a lot of love, in
fact, for the giant inhaler. – [Si] There was indeed. – [Dan] So why don’t we
relive that moment again? – [Si] I’ve got a lot of love for the giant inhaler, I see. – Coming up over on the
channel over the next week. On Wednesday, Si’s going
to show you how to plan your next bike packing adventure. If you’re into that, it’s a must watch. – Yeah, I’ll need your
help with that one as well, please, you’ll see why
at the end of the video. – OK, and then on Thursday,
we have got the top eight surprises of the 2018 cycle. – Oh. – You would not believe what’s in that. – Really, is it a surprise? – Yeah, then on Friday,
it’s ask Jeesh anything. – Yeah, on Saturday,
Ollie takes us through a deep section wheels vs. crosswinds. So, a common question we get. He explains everything. Then on Sunday, how light is right? How to find your optimum
body weight for cycling and the dangers of getting it wrong. So that’s an important
watch, that one I think. And then Monday, the racing new show, and then on Tuesday it’s the GCN Show. (guitar music) We are getting towards
the end of the show, but we’ve still got
time for Extreme Corner, and this week is more extreme than most. This is Jordy Lun with Rough F3. – Rough AF, I think that is. – What does AF mean then? (♪ there ain’t nobody turning round) – Yep, that is bonkers. – Well he did almost loose it, didn’t he. Not surprising coming
off of a vertical ramp. – Well honestly, who
nails a load of planks to a tree and then rides down it. Any ramp that you have to wench your bike up to start, is not a
ramp that I wanna ride. – You do if you get
views though, I reckon. – No way. – Maybe we’d be a bit more successful if we did something like that. Anyway, that is the end
of this week’s GCN Shows. Thank you very much for joining us. – Yeah, absolutely. And if you haven’t checked
out that Oman video yet, Emma and Chris’s Epic Ride,
do make sure you have a watch. (dramatic music)