Tag: greg lemond

Top 9 Bike Tech Innovations That Changed Cycling History

Speaker: Bikes have evolved constantly over the years and are almost unrecognizable from the velocipedes of the Victorian era. What are the bike paths that have had the biggest impact on cycling? What are the parts that have changed cycling for the better? In this video is our top list of the most important bike […]

The Greatest Cycling Tech Innovation Ever? | The GCN Tech Show Ep. 10

– Welcome back, it’s the GCN Tech Show. – This week we talk about the world’s lightest bike. Flared handlebars and two spoke wheels. – Plus, we’ve got the best cycling innovation. – And we enter another product into the wall of fame. (upbeat techno music) What’s hot in tech this week. Well first up, […]

Oakley Obsession – The 7 Most Significant Sunglasses

– The One Obsession campaign is a big part of Oakley’s recent history. It’s the idea that many of us, most of us have an obsession with our chosen sport. But many of us have also got an obsession with Oakleys. And one person who definitely ticks that box is Brian Takumi. Now he’s worked […]

Top 10 Cycling Photos – By Graham Watson

– Graham Watson is one of the most legendary cycling photographers of all time. His career span the careers of the likes of Bernard Hinault and Greg LeMond, right through to modern day greats such as Chris Froome, Nairo Quintana, and Fabian Cancellara. In fact, he started all the way back in 1977 and it […]

Will Carbon Bikes Become Cheaper Than Aluminium? | GCN Tech Show Ep. 108

(energetic music) – Welcome to the 108th “GCN Tech Show.” – This week, we’ve got new lightweight clothing, new tubeless tires, the bike vault, your upgrades, and potentially carbon-fiber bikes that are going to be cheaper than aluminum. – Oh, it’s going to be a good one! – It is, let’s do it. – This […]

Retro Vs Modern Bikes: 80s / 90s Oakley Cycling Icons

– This La Vie Claire kit from the mid-1980s is held up as a beacon of cycling cool. And for me, it represents the transition from retro cycling to the modern era. And in no small part, that’s down to one of the riders that wore it, Greg LeMond, one of cycling’s great innovators, and […]