Tag: riding

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 […]

10 E-MTB Tips For Beginners | Bike Setup And Riding

– Today’s video we’re looking at beginner style videos teaching the basics of e-bike and set up techniques and tips before you hit the trails. It doesn’t matter what bike you’ve got, full suspension bike or a hardtail, all these setup techniques and trail tips are gonna be exactly the same. Take a few of […]

Road Bike Maintenance : How to Make Shift Adjustments to a Road Bike

We also want to make sure that the height of our derailer when we are shifting to the smallest chambering is we have clearance to shift up and down, nothing hits. We are parallel with the chambering; we can see that if we look from the front we are parallel. Then to make sure that […]

How to Use Bicycle Accessories : How to Choose a Road Bike Frame

JEFF COOK: Hello, and I am Jeff Cook from All Season Sports, here today to talk to you about some of the latest and greatest and some of the coolest stuff for bikes on behalf of Expert Village. Today, we’re going to talk about road frames. This is a key area. This is going to […]

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 […]

How to Use Bicycle Accessories : Guide to Buying Road Bike Shoes

JEFF COOK: Hello, and I am Jeff Cook from All Seasons Sports, here today to talk to you about some of the latest and greatest and some of the coolest stuff for bikes on behalf of Expert Village. Today, we’re going to be talking about road shoes. This is one area that really can make […]

Road Bike Maintenance : Learn Regular Maintenance for Road Bikes

Things that you want to do, as needed, are replace the housing for your brakes and your shifting when they got worn, gunked up, or corroded. You can see here on my rear derailleur — it’s probably time to replace this housing. It’s all cracked, and rusty, and nasty. And that’s been in there for […]

Top 5 Things Not To Do In A Bike Park | GMBN At Whistler Crankworx

– Bike parks around the world, sometimes you pick up some bad habits along the way. – Yeah, and some of those bad habits can be a bit intimidating for other riders, but also pretty dangerous for yourself. Here are five things you should definitely not do in a bike park (relaxed electronic music) – […]

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 […]