Tag: sec-feature

Downhill Bike Or Enduro Bike | Which Is Better?

– Welcome back, you beautiful people. And guess where we are. – Whistler. – Yes! – [Neil] If you’ve ever been here, you’ll recognize this view. You’ve probably been here and taken selfies like we just have. – We just have done that. (camera shutter clicks) – Yeah, and today, Blake, we’re riding downhill bikes. […]

Cyclocross Game Of B.I.K.E With Tom Meeusen

– We’re here today for a Game of Bike with multiple time World Cup winner, but even better than that, probably one of the best bike handlers on the circuit, bar none. Tom Mayusen, welcome to the Game of Bike. – Thank you, thanks for having me. (swish) – [Host] Tom Mayusen is one of […]

How Are Mountain Bike Trails Built And Cared For? | MTB Trail Advocacy

Have you ever wondered how trails are built, maintained and funded? This is Bristol, a city in the south west of England. Home to 460,000 people and just a couple of miles outside of the city center is Ashton Court. A public set of mountain bike trails but have you ever spent much time thinking […]

GCN Asks The Pros | Should Power Meters Be Banned From Racing?

– Now, there’s been some murmurs for a while and also now there’s been some pretty outspoken comments too regarding should powermeters be removed from the teams bikes at the Tour de France to try and liven up the races? Well, I’ve decided to actually ask professionals what they think of this matter. Let’s go […]

Sweet Spot Intervals | Indoor Training On The Passo Giau

This is a bottom of the Passo Giau in the Dolomites And you are about to join me for a sweet spot training session with some really sure and very hard intervals thrown in the mix. Ahead of us we’ve got ten kilometers of sinuous mountain road an average gradient of nine percent, and if […]