Tag: ride

How to fit pedals to your bike

How to attach the pedals to your new bike. Start with drive side pedal which goes under your right foot. It will have a sticker or be marked with an R, and screws clockwise into the crank arm. Using your fingers, roll the pedal thread anti-clockwise until you feel it click into place, then wind […]

Road Bike Assembly – How to build your road bike

Hi, I’m Rhys from Evo Cycles and tody I’m gonna show you how to put together a bike purchased online from EvoCycles.co.nz All the bikes we dispatch are preassembled by a qualified bike mechanics and then lightly disassembled To fit into a bike box for shipping. Our mechanics have already routed the cables, tuned the […]

Cheap Bike Vs Super Bike | Commuter Challenge

– [Ollie] We’ve see the difference between riding a cheap bike and a super bike while cycling. And, well, it’s pretty big. Super bikes allow you to ride faster for the same effort. And that’s probably why they feel so much fun. – [Hank] Yeah, but what about in the real world? What about riding […]

Fix A Puncture – Remove A Bike’s Rear Wheel With Quick Release Skewer

Before you remove the rear wheel, select the gear that uses the least amount of chain; The fastest at the back, the slowest at the front. Open the brake. Rotate the handle on the quick release skewer through 180 degrees from the closed position to the open position. Stand behind the bike with your head […]

Review: Bionx Electric Bike Conversion Kit

Hi I’m Brett from The New Wheel in San Francisco. Today I’d like to talk to you about Bionx. Bionx is a conversion kit that you can add to your existing bike. to make it electric. It’s the only conversion kit that we sell here at the shop because it’s really the most reliable and […]

Remove A Bike’s Square Tapered Crank

Depending on the fitting of the square tapered crank bolt or nut, use either a socket or hex key to unscrew it. Make sure you remove any washer that’s under the head of the bolt. A crank-puller is a unit that screws into the threads on the inside of the square tapered crank holes. A […]

Electrically-Fueled Mountain Bike Mastery | SHIMANO

Dig it in! Left, right, left, right, one, two, one, two. You’re going to need to do more than that… …if you want to beat Martin Maes this season! Giddy up, cowboy. Wyn! Hurry up! Come on, mate. Ha! There he is! A bit late to the party, eh, boys? – Aw, shut up, dude. […]

10 Marginal Marginal Gains That Will Make You Cycle (A Tiny Bit) Faster

– The aggregation of marginal gains. Yep, the methodology made famous by Sir Dave Brailsford, in his pursuit, to turn British cycling, and then later Team Sky into winning organizations. The thinking being that if you can improve everything you do by just one percent, then these small improvements, added up over a long period […]

Peloton Bike vs. NordicTrack S22i Studio Cycle (Our Story)

Hello, and welcome to the channel! Today I’m going to talk about the peloton bike versus the NordicTrack S22i Studio Cycle. I’ll list some pros and cons of each, and I’ll also tell our experience. We bought our peloton bike in 2015, and we really liked it. My wife really liked the classes, and I […]

Shop Talk: The Specialized Venge

SAM BENEDICT: Welcome to SBCU. We’re going to talk about the Venge. If you’re the type of rider that’s looking for the fastest freakin’ bike out there, this is all about you. The Venge is more bike than aero, which means it is an aerodynamic fast bike, but it also has a great deal of […]