Tag: shimano

Greg Minnaar – This Is Home | SHIMANO

[Jeff Minnaar]: Winners, they have luck, a lot of good luck, and the more you train and practice, the luckier you get. [Greg Minnaar]: It’s not often that any sportsperson gets to compete at home, like, super close to home. That week was so tough, and I’d won the year before, so that also added […]

Shape Your World – Make Your Mark | SHIMANO

You know, after all these years of trail-building… …I’ve learned not to fight what’s happening on the mountain. The terrain is almost telling you what trail belongs there. My name is Ted Tempany and I’ve been trail-building since the early ’90s. – I am Chantal Caron and I’m a trail-builder. – I’m Yuta Urishima. I’m […]

Fietssleutelen: hoe zet ik mijn fiets op de Tacx? | Team Jumbo-Visma

Hi, I’m Niels. I’m a mechanic at Team Jumbo-Visma and in the coming period we’ll be home with the whole team just like a lot of people, all over the world. To prevent you from getting bored, I’m going to give you tips and tricks in the coming time so you can maintain your bike […]

BUILDING MY NEW DOWNHILL BEAST | Dreambike Norco Aurum HSP

Welcome to a new video, today we are building the new downhill beast! Supported by Norco, Mountainlove and Shimano! Big thx to everyone! The whole saint group, a Fox 49 and Dt Swiss will be my parts of choice. Let’s go! Also Maxxis supports me for this season! Stoked! As you can see, i’m gonna […]

5 Bike Hacks for Internally Routed Cables – MTB, Road

Internally routed cables through our frames are a bit of a pain in the back, and definitely that’s how I feel right now, because I have to run a cable here to my seat post to install a “mighty” dropper post. And how do I do that without removing my bottom bracket? For those of […]

Heather’s Felt AR Advanced | GTN Presenter Pro Bike

– This is a slightly different pro bike today because it is one of GTN’s very own bikes and I’m delighted to say that we have just had this new delivery, it is the Felt AR Advanced, their brand new road bike from Felt. (pleasant rhythmic music) I have to admit, I am pretty excited […]

How Do Mountain Bike Gears Actually Work? | Bicycle Gears Explained

– Bicycle derailleur gears were first seen in 1905 on a French two-speed setup. 115 years later, though, we’re still using the chain, the cassette, and the derailleur because they’re the most efficient way of having multiple gears on a bike. Early designs, though, were quite crude, and modern day transmissions are very different. They’re […]