Tag: flat

Why Your FTP Changes Between Flat & Climbs | GCN Does Science

– Emma and I looked up why most riders can produce more power on climbs or on the flat, but how the same rider can rarely produce the same power for the same effort on both terrains. – Yeah. One explanation was that the greater inertia that comes from riding at faster velocities, i.e. on […]

Mazda RX-8 Hillclimb Episode 6: Duryea

More info in the “video description” below PAGODA FINISH Struggling to put power down… dropped rear tire pressures This angle has wind noise, but it’s good to see left sides apexes The drainage ditch at the late apex tends to upset the car a bit Finish line Soaked course Slower steering (esp. turn-in), more delicate […]

How Does An E-Bike Ride Without The Battery? | Battery Vs No Battery

– The battery is a really important part of your e-bike. Obviously it powers you up the hills with all that assistance to the motor. Now we often gets asked the question here on EMBN about riding your e-bike without a battery. So today we’ve come to 417 Bike Park to see how it affects […]

Clipless Vs. Flat Pedals | Which Is Faster For Your Next Triathlon?

– For anyone starting out in cycling or triathlon, one of the first things you’re advised to buy for your bike is a pair of clipless pedals like these, and some cycling shoes. – Yeah so that you’re more powerful, you’re more comfortable and more efficient when you’re using pedals that you’re clipped into, as […]

How to Repair a Bicycle Tire : How to Remove a Rear Bicycle Tire

Flats are almost always on the rear wheel mainly because the rear wheel bears almost all of your weight, sixty percent is fat, and so therefore, don’t be intimidated by the presence of gears. The quick release lever will operate the same way as the front. Brakes will unhook just as the front, so we’ll […]

How to Repair a Bicycle Tire : How to Remove the Front Bicycle Wheel

So, you’ve realized that one of your tires is flat. We’ve gone through removing the brakes, opening them up. The next step would be to use your quick release lever to remove the wheel from the bike. Now, most quick release levers are labeled “Open On One Side”, it would be hard to see but […]

How to inject slime inner tube sealant into a Presta valve

Hello in this video I will show you an alternate way to get Slime sealant into your Presta valve tube Other youtubers like KriegerKrieg remove the valve lock nut I don’t like to do this because the lock nut threads are mushroomed to prevent it being removed and this could cause you to lose the […]

New Oakley MTB Range + Scott DH Bike Teased | GMBN Tech Show Ep. 55

– Welcome back to another weekly GMBN Tech show. As you can see, things look a bit different behind us here. I’m gonna explain that in a little while. Coming up on the show this week, we check out that brand new Scott Gambler. We also look at a chorizo and baguette holder for your […]