Tag: cyclocross bike

How To Clean A Cyclo-cross Bike Like A Pro Mechanic

– All right, so, the rain has started to fall here at the Trek CXC Cup and I’ve got Mike Berry, one of the mechanics at the cannondale-cyclocrossworld.com team and we’re going to go back over to your trailer and we’re going to learn how to clean one of these bikes. – Absolutely. – All […]

Unboxing The NEW Orbea Terra All Road Bike

– Do you ever wonder what amazing cycling goodness that we’re gonna unbox next? Well, I bet that you wouldn’t have guessed this. An entire bike. (applause) A bike so fresh it has only just been released. It’s the Orbea Terra, an all-road, gravel, cyclocross, do it all machine. (staples snap) Woah. (makes wooshing sounds) […]

Learning Cyclo-Cross Skills With Blake | An Intro For Mountain Bikers

– Welcome back, you beautiful people, and today– Wow. Welcome back, you beautiful people, and today it’s all about– What the hell. Welcome back, you beautiful people, and today, it’s all about riding cross bikes? Tom Last! – Cyclocross. What’s going on, mate? – How are you doing? – This is mine. Hold that. – […]

Mountain Bike Vs Cyclocross Bike – What’s Really The Difference?!

– [Scott] Winter can be a great opportunity to put down your normal mountain bike and try something a little different. – [Neil] And cyclo-crosses are getting more and more popular in recent years. – So this is cross-country… – Versus cyclo-cross. ♪ [music] ♪ – So this is my Canyon Exceed. It’s a full-carbon […]

What’s The Best Bike To Buy? How To Buy The Best Bike For YOU

– What is the best bike to buy? Um. Just one sec, actually. (upbeat music) In all seriousness, this is, actually, a really difficult question to answer. Not because it’s actually hard to find a great bike, but, actually, because the best bike depends entirely on you, the rider. So perhaps instead of asking what […]

How To Set Up Your Cyclo-Cross Bike

Here’s our guide to setting up your cyclocross bike if you’re just getting into it. The first thing to look at is your position. Your saddle height and setback should be the same as on your road bike. Some people say that perhaps you should lower it by about 5mm – the theory being that […]