Tag: gear cable

Internal Bike Cable Hacks | How To Replace Internal Brake & Gear Cables

– Internal cables, they look absolutely fantastic, the reason being because they hide your cables, and quite frankly, there’s not many cables out there which are a real joy or delight to look at. There is a downside though, on some components and frames, they can be a real nightmare to thread through. So today […]

GMBN Tech Essentials Ep.5 | Replace MTB Gear Cables

– This is the GMBN Tech essential series Our easy to follow series of maintaining and looking after your bike. Now, although the transmission drivetrain of your bike does look quite complicated, it’s actually pretty simple when you take a good look at it. Now in last week’s video, we took a look at the […]

How to Replace Road Bike Gear Cables | Halfords UK

You need to replace your road bike gear cables if they’re frayed kinked or rusty. Before beginning make sure you have a hex key, cable cutters, the correct replacement cable pliers, an end cap and lubrication. When you start make sure your bike is in the highest gear so the cable has the least amount […]

5 More Great Road Bike Upgrades Under $50

(metal music) – Now you the viewers, absolutely loved that video where I talked about the upgrades you could make for under $50, 45 euros or 40 pounds. And I asked you to suggest down in the comment section, what you would upgrade. So, today let’s run through some of your ideas for under those […]

How To Get Perfect Gear Shifting On Your E-Bike

– E-bikes may well offer you electrical assistance on your bike, but you still need to have full use of your gears in order to maximize on that. Now, adjusting the gears on any mountain bike is important, but it’s absolutely vital on an e-bike because with no adjustments, that motor can wreak havoc to […]

How To Get Perfect Gear Shifting On Your Road Bike

– Poor shifting gears are very likely to turn your bike ride into a miserable experience. Now, playing the game of gear shifting roulette is not one that anybody out there should have to undertake. Riding along, spinning your cranks, pressing your gear leaver, and hoping that the chain engages into the correct sprocket. Frightening […]

Ten Things To Take On A Mountain Bike Ride

– Here at GMBN, we love a good trail centre but, as with any mountain biking, being prepared is the name of the game. – So these are the top 10 things we take with us when going to a trail centre. (solo drum music) – Number one, a car boot kit that always stays […]