Tag: advice

Tips For Buying A Used Or Second-hand Road Bike

– If you’re buying a bike, then buying used is a great way to save money and make your budget go further. So in this video, we’re going to give you a guide as to what to look for so that you can avoid getting a clunker and make sure you get a good deal. […]

How To Ride 100 Miles On Your Bike When You Haven’t Done The Training

– Sound familiar? You’ve signed up for a hundred mile ride. And maybe it’s for charity but you haven’t been able to get the training in and you’re nervous. I mean, you’re really nervous. – Yeah. It’s not surprising really because riding a century is a pretty big deal but we think we can get […]

10 Useful Hacks For Mountain Biking In Winter

(dramatic music) – Now it might feel that the worst of winter is behind us, but there’s still a lot of mud out there and certainly a lot more rain to come until spring, which does mean that you’re gonna be maintaining your bike lots until that point. Which means there’s still a load of […]

How to Pick a Bicycle : Why Choose a Cyclecross Bike?

Hi! This is Aaron Phillips with Expert Village and this is choosing the right bike for you. Standing here with my friend the cyclecross bike. Say it with me, cyclecross. This bike is basically a hybrid or a cross between a mountain bike and a road bike. The term cyclecross originated when a bunch of […]

Don’t Wear Underwear On A Bike Ride And Other Beginner Cycling Tips

– If you’re new to cycling and you didn’t know you need to go commando or you’re just looking for some useful tips then this is the video for you. – Coming up are our lists of cycling truths about the cycling world. An undervest is a crucial item of kit for almost all occasions […]

How To Remove Rounded Bolts | Ask GCN Anything About Cycling

– Welcome to this week’s Ask GCN Anything mechanical special edition, where we answer questions that you’ve sent in. I’m gonna waste no time. I’m gonna get straight to it. First up is a question from Jim Watkinson. Grease or copper slip on threads or seatposts? Wow, great question Jim. It totally depends on the […]

Triathlon Cycling Tips: Pacing Strategy

(upbeat music) – The thing about getting the bike pacing right is that– So it’s in and around that 70 to 85%– One leg– Good morning train-iacs. As race is getting under way getting a lot of questions these days about how to pace the bike, how to pace the run, but also how to […]

Pro Triathlete Bike Position: Sebastian Kienle

– New video board at the pool is absolutely lit! (music) How tight in can we get our elbows without feeling any sort of pinch? – So I should clarify that Taren didn’t actually pass off to me, he just kept running. (engine whirring) – What’s up trainiacs? In an effort to get more vitamin […]