Tag: explained

Bike Shorts: What’s an Echelon?

The next fun thing to understand is a little bit more of an advance concept of drafting than we just talked about, and it is called an echelon. So an echelon, is when you have a really strong crosswind. When you have a really strong crosswind, the draft isn’t directly behind the rider in front […]

Laser + mirror + sound

I made a video a while back about Chladni Figures which are a way to visualise the resonance of two dimensional objects, like this square plate. And ever since then, I’ve been on the lookout for other ways to visualise sound through the vibrations that they make or, the vibrations that make them. So I […]

MTB Seat Tube Angle Explained | How Does It Affect A Bikes Handling?

– Why is seat angle so important and how can changing the position of our saddles affect how our whole bike feels when we’re sat down pedalling? Well, I hope to be able to shed some light on that very question today. (whoosh) – There is a huge conversation going on in regards to our […]

5 Things You Should Never Do In An Automatic Transmission Vehicle

Hello everyone, and welcome! In this video we are going to be about five thing you should never do in an automatic transmission vehicle and this is a kind of follow up to the video I did of… Five things you should never do in manual transmission video and i think just as important is […]

4 Revolutionary Riddles Resolved!

This video contains the answers to my four revolutionary riddles, so if you haven’t seen the riddles yet, you should probably watch them before you watch the answers. It’s OK; I’ll wait. Just click this card up here. [Ticking clock sound] Now, when I filmed the riddles, I also filmed the solutions at the same […]

How Do Bike Gears Work? | Bicycle Gears Explained

– Bicycles have gears to help you ride more efficiently when going uphill, downhill, and on the flat across all varied terrain. Without easy gears, you’d grind to a halt when trying to go up steep hills and without bigger gears, well you wouldn’t be able to pedal fast enough when going downhill. But how […]

The Rules of Track Cycling – EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains, the Rules of Track Cycling The object of the game is to cycle faster than your opponents. Track Cycling, sometimes referred to as ‘Olympic Track Cycling’, is contested indoors, on a curved banked track that measures 250m long, otherwise known as a Velodrome. In general, the rider who crosses the finish line first, […]