Tag: Global Mountain Bike Network

How Are Mountain Bike Trails Built And Cared For? | MTB Trail Advocacy

Have you ever wondered how trails are built, maintained and funded? This is Bristol, a city in the south west of England. Home to 460,000 people and just a couple of miles outside of the city center is Ashton Court. A public set of mountain bike trails but have you ever spent much time thinking […]

How To Be Stylish On Your Mountain Bike | MTB Skills

(upbeat music) – Now being stylish on the trail, you use all the obstacles you can to be cool and be stylish, now look at this, you’ve got one lump here which can be a takeoff, a second one down there could be a takeoff as well. So now if you love jumping and you […]

How To Safety Check A Retro Mountain Bike | GMBN Freak Week

– Okay a bit more of an unusual one this week. You might notice this fine specimen of a bike in front of me here. This is a 1993 Diamond Back Sorento. Why have I got this? Well, this week is our freak week. Doing a whole bunch of weird and wonderful things. But the […]

Are E-Bikes The Future Of Mountain Biking? | Dirt Shed Show Ep. 120

– We are in the middle of a heat wave here in the UK so we’ve got a red-hot Dirt Shed Show for you. (beep) – And we’ve got a GMBN presenter competing in Crankworx. (fast beat) – So before we get to all the regular stuff and news from Crankworx, we’re gonna talk about […]

How To Impress Your Mates On The Pump Track | MTB Skills

– Today’s video’s all about impressing your buddies out on the pump track and that is going fast, clearing huge gaps, exploring, endurance style, manuals, the whole shebang. It’s a good recipe to impress your mates but then I’m going to dive into it a little bit, give you a few tips on how to […]

Can You Use Mountain Bike Forks For Rear Suspension? | Ask GMBN Tech

(technical noises) – Welcome to Ask GMBN Tech. It’s our weekly Q and A show. If you want to get some questions into ask us, there’s an email address at the bottom of the screen right there or you can add them in the comments below. Just make sure if you’re asking questions, use the […]