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9 Incredible Roads You Need To Ride

– [Narrator] They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Now that may well be true, but we’re still going to have a go at finding some of the most beautiful roads to visit with your bike. Many of which have been suggested by you. Let’s take a look. Stretching some 240km’s along […]

How To Pace A Sportive With A Power Meter

– Power meters are a fantastic tool for training and also a perfect tool to get the most out of your event, as well as getting the best out of your own personal fitness. – That’s right, so, we are going to give you some tips fairly shortly on how to do just that, using […]

Alpe d’Huez Dutch Corner – The Biggest Party In Cycling? | Tour de France 2018

– This iconic climb has been the birthplace of many legendary battles. The 13.8 kilometer, 21 switchbacks, and the ear-popping atmosphere makes this one of cycling’s greatest climbs. (soft music) – [Man] It’s already one of the bigger parties I’ve ever been to. – [Woman] This is crazy, it’s cycling legend. It’s nuts. – [Man] […]

Inside Cycling’s Lockdown – Hope In Dark Times | The GCN Show Ep.376

Hank: Welcome. Simon: Welcome. Manon: Welcome. Florian: Welcome. Oscar: Welcome. Mayalen: Welcome. Conor: Welcome. Giorgio: Giorgio. Ollie: Welcome. Bernie: Welcome. Doi: Welcome. Kunihiro: Welcome. Mario: Welcome to- All: -the GCN Show. Dan: Welcome to the GCN Show. This week, we are going to be looking at the very best of cycling humanity in the face […]

What Do You Need To Start Cycling Indoors? | GCN Turbo Training Top Tips

Speaker: There are loads of great reasons to cycle indoors. It’s really time-efficient. You can fit it easily around your other life commitments. You can also train in a way that you just can’t on the road and it doesn’t usually rain inside. There are also some really rubbish reasons to cycle indoors such as, […]

Can You Be A Vegan Pro Cyclist?

– Nutrition can prove to be a controversial subject here on GCN. And one part in particular, stokes an awful lot of debate, more than disc brakes, more than sock length, more even, than Lance Armstrong, and it is veganism. In particular, can you be a vegan professional cyclist? So we thought we’d try and […]

How To Pace Your Effort On A Long Climb

– When you get to a climb the first thing you might ask yourself is what is the aim? Is it to get your fastest time, as in a time trial for example? Is it simply to survive the climb as part of a longer ride or is it to win the climb, to solo […]

Too Tough For The Tour de France? | A Truly Epic Alpine Climb

(gentle music) – Come on, Si, let’s do it! – Yeah, I’m well-psyched mate, this is going to be good! (gentle music) Ah, the Tour de France, the pinnacle of bike racing, and one of the hardest sporting events in the world. But is it as hard as it should be? I mean, this is […]

Racing To The Edge Of Perfection | Matteo Trentin Takes On GCN Italia

Presenter: Buongiorno. The following video comes to you from our friends over at GCN Italia. Now, last year, we released a subtitled-video with Elia Viviani who gave us his sprinting tips and you really seem to appreciate it, so we wanted to share this one as well. Alan Marangoni is headed down to Nice for […]

How Do You Prepare For Racing At Altitude? | GCN Asks The Pros

Speaker 1: Our friends at GCN Espanol have been in the Tour Colombia, asking the pros how did they prepare for a race at altitude? Over to you, Mayalen. Mayalen: Is it your first time in Colombia? Robin Carpenter: No, this is my third time here. I did two training camps here with the United […]