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Dan Evans’ Superlight Hillclimb Cannondale Supersix Evo Hi Mod

– You all right to get past there, yeah? – Hm-mm. – Thanks. Gonna be in shot a while. (laughs) (upbeat music) You might be wondering why Bridgewood is on a wooden bridge in South Wales. Well, for good reason. This, is the racing bike of former national hill climb champion, Dan Evans. And, well, […]

NEW Gravel Bikes From LOOK | 765 RS & E-765 Detailed And Demoed

– How many parts could live all the winters we’ve known and still not be cold? True love travels on a gravel road. Or so says Elvis Presley. Anyhow, it appears that the innovative French brand look also has a fondness for pebble-strewn passengers having just launched this. The 765 Gravel RS. But also, this: […]

How & When To Change A Chain On Your Road Bike

(logo whooshing) – Maintaining a bike’s chain is something which is quite controversial with bike tech lovers out there because well, let’s face it, there are plenty of different ways of doing so. The chain obviously, is ultra important part of your bicycle because it allows you to transfer the power from your legs through […]

How To Setup Your Road Bike For Bad Roads Or Cobbles!

– So the Northern Classics are here upon us, and it’s probably my favorite time of the season. Actually, it is my favorite time of the season. But what makes these races so special are those cobbled sectors. And this is probably the only race in the calendar where pros make a huge difference in […]

How To Double-Wrap Handlebar Tape | Set Up Your Road Bike For Cobbles

– With the Cobbled Classic season here upon us, we start to see some changes on the bikes of professional cyclists. One of the most common changes is in fact, double wrapping handlebar tape. The reason they do so is to get a little bit more extra comfort when riding over cobblestones. However, it’s not […]

How To Lube A Bike Chain | GCN Tech’s Guide To Oiling Your Bicycle Chain

(upbeat music) – Lubricating your chain is not necessarily as easy as it may sound, certainly not for everybody out there. So the purpose of lubricating your chain is basically to have more efficient drivetrains, that means a lower friction, as well as reducing the chance of any corrosion, plus the chance of wearing out […]

Bespoked Handmade Bicycle Show 2018

– I’m here at the Bespoked Show, which is the custom bike show here in the UK. So let’s go and take a look at what amazing goodies I can find, come on. (happy music) Now, some of you will remember this bike. It will look familiar to you because I checked it out on […]

How To Change A Tyre On Your Road Bike

(swoosh sound) – Now for most cyclists out there, it’s going to come to a point when it’s time to replace the tire on your bike. Perhaps it’s got a big cut in it and something which is not that safe to ride on or maybe you’ve actually just worn it out. Either way, for […]

Convert Your Bike To A 1x / Single Chainring Setup!

– Now, ranking up there in conversations in cycling, along with gravel bikes and tyre pressures and widths, certainly has to be the 1X drivetrain system. What is that exactly, then? Well, it’s when you have a single chainring on the front of the bike, and then on the rear of the bike, you tend […]