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How Do I Keep My Chain Super Clean? | GCN Tech Clinic

Welcome back to another episode of the GCN Tech Clinic where I help to solve your bike problem, how cool is that? And I’m lucky as well, because I absolutely love getting stuck into reading your problems and trying to help solve them. So, if you’ve got one, leave it down there in the comments […]

Is This The New Carbon Fibre? | GCN Tech Show Ep. 38

(cinematic music) – Welcome to the GCN Tech Show. These week we look at a new metal, we look at the latest crowdfunding projects, we look at your bikes, your upgrades, and then also, let’s not forget, last week, Ollie and I well and truly poked the hornet’s nest and we looked at your comments […]

How To Adjust Cup & Cone Wheel Bearings On Your Bike – Maintenance Monday

– Cup and cone bearings. Believe it or not, they’re not actually a thing of old, because there are a lot of high-end wheel sets and hubs that still come fitted with that type of bearing. Now their competitor, the cartridge bearing, once they wear out, you just simply remove them and fit them using […]

Super Bike Vs. Mid-Range Bike | GCN Tech Geek Edition

(electronic whoosh) – Hello and welcome to another GCN Tech Geek Edition video. A few months back, over on GCN, we released our cheap bike versus superbike video. And it stirred up a whole load of debate. And having read the comments, we felt we definitely needed to revisit the subject, but at a different […]

How To Bleed SRAM HRD Disc Brakes | Road Bike Maintenance

– Now the reason for bleeding disc brakes is that sometimes your hydraulic brake lines can actually become contaminated with dirt, air, or in some cases even water. Obviously that results in poor braking performance. So today we’re gonna look at how to bleed the SRAM hydraulic road disc brake system. So you can get […]

Are You Faster On A Stiffer Bike?

– Stiff bikes are more efficient, aren’t they? I mean frame flex robs us of power. So a stiffer bike, therefore, would transfer more of our energy into the drive train. That is a statement that many of us take as fact. And with good reason, because pro cyclists want stiffer bikes and they get […]