Tag: dan lloyd

The Toughest Race Of 2019? | The Cycling Race News Show

Welcome back to the GCN Racing News Show, this week, we take a look at the route of next year’s Giro d’Italia, which already looks like it’s going to be the toughest race of 2019. We’ve got the European Cyclocross Championships, the Koppenberg Cross, the Saitama exhibition race in Japan, and the stunning new kit […]

Canyon Ultimate CF EVO Disc | GCN Tech First Look

– You’ve got to love a brand new bike! This is the new Canyon Ultimate CF Evo Disc. (zapping) This bike is the latest in an evolution that started the Canyon all the way back in 2004 with a bike that was called the Project 3.7. The idea behind that project was to explore the […]

How To Improve Your Confidence After A Crash | GCN’s Cycling Tips

– Confidence building is big industry. There’s like a gazillion self-help books on the subject, many of which probably don’t quite live up to their promise. – Fortunately, while there is no doubt a psychological aspect to cycling, it is a little bit simpler to build your confidence out on the bike. So, if you’re […]

Dutch Headwind Champs & New 2019 Pro Cycling Kits | The Cycling Race News Show

(exciting music and race starting tones) – Welcome back to the GCN Racing News Show. This week, have you ever felt like you’re going nowhere fast? Well that’s exactly how the competitors felt at the Dutch National Headwind Championships on Saturday. We’ve got that plus the latest round of the Brico Cross from Essen, and […]

Are Wider Tyres Worth It? | Ask GCN Anything About Cycling

– On this week’s ask GCN anything, we shall be discussing leg length discrepancy, ceramic bearings, riding over cattle grids, and a whole lot more. First up though, a question in on Twitter from Tom Mason, I currently ride 23 millimetre Conti tyres but I’m heading over to Belgium for a few days. Should I […]

The Best Aero Bikes And Custom Tech From The Giro d’Italia 2019

– Coming up, the best new, interesting, and custom tech that we’ve managed to find in the last 24 hours. Here at the Giro d’Italia. (mechanical transitions) – At the Tour de France, Mavic provides neutral service. You may have seen Si’s excellent video covering it, but at the Giro it’s different. They actually have […]

How To Improve Your VO2 Max | VO2 Max Explained

– [Dan] A high VO2 max has long been linked with elite athletic performance. So to give you a few cycling examples, Greg LeMond recorded one of 92 and a half. Chris Froome’s is apparently just under 85. Whilst his young Colombian teammate, Egan Bernal, the super climbing talent, apparently has one just over 90. […]

Is Professional Cycling More Dangerous Than Ever? | GCN Show Ep.368

– From stage two of TDU, welcome to the GCN Show. – Welcome to the GCN show. – Coming up this week, is pro cycling more dangerous then ever. We don’t actually know. So we’ve asked Bernie Eisel. – We have. We’ve always got the latest lane cycling controversy. And yes, it involves gravel. We’ve […]

Pro Cyclist Special With Adam Hansen | Ask GCN Anything About Cycling

– We have got a very special edition of Ask GCN Anything this week because we are joined by Mr. Grand Tours himself, Adam Hansen of Lotto-Soudal. Embarking on his 19th grand tour in a row and he has completed them all, quite mind boggling. We’ll get straight into the questions that we’ve received from […]