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The Weirdest Mountain Bikes and Tech Ever Made | GMBN Tech Does Halloween

(logo swooshing) – It’s Halloween so we’re going to take you for a ride through the freak show and check out some of the most bizarre bikes and tech that’s ever happened in the mountain bike world. Some of this stuff is weird. Some of this stuff is horrible. Some of this stuff is hideous. […]

How To Fix Fork Suck Down On Your Mountain Bike Suspension Fork

– Suspension forks work really well in a variety of conditions but the key, as always, is to look after them and maintain them. Now in Ask a GMBN Tech, we quite often get asked the question actually about fork suck down. What it is, what happens when your fork sucks down and how to […]

The Hottest New MTB Tech At Eurobike | Eurobike 2019 Part 1

Welcome to Eurobike 2019. The home of all bike tech, especially mountain bike tech. We’re going to be sifting through the 12 halls indoor and a massive outdoor area to find all the best tech. Will you give us a hand? Right, let’s go. It’s, it’s that way, yeah? It’s that way (Electronic Music) (Electronic […]

Foes LTS 1994 | GMBN Tech Retro Pro Bike | GMBN Retro Week

– Seeing as it’s retro week over on GMBN, I thought on GMBN Tech we’d do a bike check on a retro mountain bike, in this case a Foes LTS, dating back to 1994. Let’s check this bad boy out. (upbeat rock music) (upbeat pop music) As with all bike checks, we’ll start at the […]

Geoff Kabush’s Yeti SB100 | GMBN Tech Pro Bike Check

– We’re at the BC Bike Race, the home of the gnarly cross-country bike, the down-country bike, whatever you want to call it. This bike’s got a number one plate on the front, this is Geoff Kabush’s Yeti SB100. Geoff was a really successful cross-country world cup racer, of course, and he’s turned his hand […]

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 […]