Tag: spokes

How To Change A Tyre On Your Road Bike

(swoosh sound) – Now for most cyclists out there, it’s going to come to a point when it’s time to replace the tire on your bike. Perhaps it’s got a big cut in it and something which is not that safe to ride on or maybe you’ve actually just worn it out. Either way, for […]

Will Modern Road Bike Wheels Fit A Retro Bike Frame? | GCN Tech Clinic

(whoosh) – Welcome back to another episode of the GCN Tech Clinic, where your problems I try to solve. So if you’ve got one, leave it for me down there in the Comments section below. Right, I’m going to crack on. First question this week comes in from Carlos Martins, who says, “Jon, I’m having […]

How To Silence your E MTB | E Bike Maintenance

– So we all know that feeling, we spend thousands of pounds on your latest E-bike but when you’ve hit the trails, it sounds like you’ve brought your nan’s budgerigar along for the ride. Something’s squeaking, something’s knocking, you pull your brakes, they’re squeaking, you’re climbing the hills, your bars are clickin’ and creakin’. Today […]

Direct Mount vs Standard Mount Rear Derailleur | GCN Tech Clinic #AskGCNTech

(intense music) – Welcome back to the GCN Tech Clinic, I’m sure you all know the drill by now, what it’s all about, but if you don’t, here’s a little reminder. So if you’ve got yourself a bike-related problem, so something’s not working, something’s annoying you, you want to know how something works possibly, leave […]

Bicycle Maintenance & Repairs : How to Tape Handlebars on a Road Bike

Hi my name is Evan from Gregg’s Cycles and today we are going to show you how to wrap some handlebars. The one thing to remember with road handlebars is that when you are holding them in the drops your hands will always kind of curve to the outside and then the same thing again […]

Are Softer MTB Tyres Faster? | Ask GMBN Tech

– Welcome to Ask GMBN Tech. This is our weekly Q and A show where you ask the questions and we hopefully answer them for you. If you wanna ask some questions, you can add them in the comments below this very video. Use the hashtag #ASKGMBNTECH though, so it just separates your questions from […]