Tag: factory

Personalise Your EMTB | How To Set Up A New E-Bike

– So today we’re gonna be lookin’ at settin’ up our E-bikes, common problems that happen after those first few rides, and a few setup techniques too. (electronic noises) So by law any bike that is sold in the UK needs to come out of the shop with reflectors, we’re talkin’ front reflectors, rear reflector, […]

Riese & Muller Electric Bikes – Made For You in Germany

The unique thing about all Riese & Müller bikes is that they’re made for you in Germany. What this means is that we will work with you to customize a bike to do what you’d like it to do, to be what you’d like it to be. And then, we will place your order and […]

Bikes Of Champions: Wilier’s Private Collection Of Pro Bikes

– Whilst visiting Wilier, I overheard a conversation. They’ve got a few special edition bikes kicking around, so I thought I’d go in and try and find them, but before I do that, make sure that you subscribe to the GCN Tech channel, and also click the little notification bell, so you get alerted each […]

How Are Carbon Bike Pedals Made? | Look Cycle Factory Tour

– What is the most important innovation in road cycling? Well, there have been a few, but without doubt, one of the most important innovations is the clipless pedal. They’re widely used now, but this wasn’t always the case. It wasn’t until 1985 when Bernard Hinault won the Tour de France using clipless pedals that […]

How A Titanium Bike Is Made | Moots Factory Tour

– Steamboat Springs, Colorado, population 12,088. A cycling paradise and home to one of cycling’s true artisans manufacturers, Moots. The grand masters of titanium. Last year they lent me a Route 45 gravel bike to ride in Iceland. And now we’re here to see how they practice their craft, how they actually make titanium bikes. […]

How Are MTB Saddles Developed And Designed? | Inside Ergon HQ

(dramatic music) – Contact points on your handlebar grips and your saddle are every bit as important as getting your bike set up correctly in the first place. Now over the years I’ve been lucky enough to kind of find my way without having to mess around with too many different options, but I’m well […]