Tag: shimano

Zizzo Folding Bike Review – Shark Valley – Everglades National Park

Hi! Dave and Janice from No Fixed Address back with you. Today we’re going to show you our Zizzo folding bikes And we’ll take them for a ride in the Everglades to check out some alligators and birds and various wildlife We decided to look at bicycles as another option for getting some exercise We […]

Bikepacking In Patagonia | GCN’s South American Gravel Adventure

(upbeat music) – What bike and equipment do you take when you’re bikepacking in Patagonia? Well, let me tell you. (graphics whoosh) Hopefully you’ve seen Mark Beaumont’s and my video where we tackle dirt and a gravel loop in the Patagonian lake district by now. But if you haven’t make sure you check it out […]

Bike Talk – Tom Dumoulin’s Bianchi Oltre XR4 | SHIMANO

This is my brand new Bianchi Oltre XR4. I’m switching bikes of course… …but luckily I keep riding on Shimano… …so I’m really happy with that. For two days I was in Dublin to visit my brother in law. Then I shifted gears… …and the sound that it makes, it makes him so happy to […]

Review: Gazelle T10 Ultimate Electric Bike

– [Karen] Are you a comfort rider, a sporty rider, or do you just like style? Hi, my name is Karen Wiener from The New Wheel, the Bay Area’s electric bike shop. And I am joined today by Amanda to talk about the Gazelle Ultimate T10. Thanks for sitting with me. – [Amanda] Thank you, […]

Review: Stromer ST1 T Electric Bike

Hi I’m Brett from The New Wheel. We are a San Francisco electric bike shop. Today I’m with the Stromer ST1 T. This bike is an evolution of the ST1 platform. It’s really Stromer trying to refine and simplify the ST1. It’s a speed bike so it goes up to 28 miles per hour and […]

Automatic gear shifting possible for e-bikes | SHIMANO

Shimano STEPS CITY/TREKKING features automatic shifting. Your speed, pedal pressure and cadence are tracked by intelligent sensors…, …that communicate with the lightweight, compact and near-silent motor. Going uphill? The sensors measure your declining speed, increasing pedal pressure and slower cadence… …and send a signal to the internal Di2 gear hub to automatically shift to a […]

How To Set Up A Front Mech On A Mountain Bike | MTB Maintenance

– So welcome to another GMBN maintenance video. In this video we’re talking about something that you guys have been requesting. It’s how to adjust a front derailleur. Now I’m gonna be totally open and honest at the start of this video. I don’t really use a front mech that much. This is my cross-country […]