Tag: hydraulic

Review: Kalkhoff Include 8 Premium Electric Bike

Hi I’m Karen Wiener here at The New Wheel electric bikes in San Francisco and I’m standing here with the Kalkhoff Include 8 Premium. Kalkhoff as a company has been really rethinking the way the engineer bicycles the frames of electric bicycles in particular and this is their take on the most sophisticated well-designed step […]

Review: Xtracycle Edgerunner 10E Electric Bike

Hey, I’m Karen at The New Wheel, and I am here with the Xtracycle Edgerunner 10E. It’s the new electric bike from Xtracycle. Now Xtracycle’s right across the Bay, we work very closely with them and have really enjoyed the partnership. We’ve always believed that the way to get families out of cars and onto […]

Downhill Bike or Trail Bike? | Ask GMBN Anything About Mountain Biking

(intense boom) (splash) – Right, welcome to this week’s Ask GMBN and we’ve Chris to help me out this week. All good information, I hope. Got some cool corrections, actually, from last week’s show. Tastemoze actually told me that KMC make gold chains, so I was talking about that last week. Somebody really wanted the […]

5 Disc Brake Maintenance Tips For Your Road Bike

(exciting music) – Disc brakes on road bikes and now coming on virtually all different manufactures of bikes and why? Well, they provide fantastic braking in all different weather conditions. However, they do require different maintenance methods compared to rim breaks. So let’s look at five ways on how you should be maintaining yours. (upbeat […]

Mountain Bike Dropper Post Install | GMBN Tech Essentials Ep. 10

– This is the GMBN tech essentials series, which is our easy to follow guide to understanding your bike and learning how to work on it and maintain it yourself at home. In this particular video we’re looking at how to install a cable operated dropper post which is a fantastic upgrade for any mountain […]

How to True a Bicycle Disc Brake Rotor

In this video, we’ll show you how to true a disc brake rotor. Hello, Calvin Jones here, Park Tool Company. Rotors can become warped from use, abuse or simply by getting too hot. One of the most common causes of a bent rotor is getting banged around when parking the bike or stacking bikes tightly. […]