Tag: track

4 Revolutionary Riddles Resolved!

This video contains the answers to my four revolutionary riddles, so if you haven’t seen the riddles yet, you should probably watch them before you watch the answers. It’s OK; I’ll wait. Just click this card up here. [Ticking clock sound] Now, when I filmed the riddles, I also filmed the solutions at the same […]

13 Of The Worst Bike Lanes & Cycle Ways In The World

(intense music) – We all want more dedicated bike lanes in our towns and cities, but not all bike lanes are good bike lanes, in fact, some are bad, some are very bad and you have been sending in examples. So coming up are some of the world’s worst bike paths. (bouncy upbeat music) – […]

Peloton Bike vs. NordicTrack S22i Studio Cycle (Our Story)

Hello, and welcome to the channel! Today I’m going to talk about the peloton bike versus the NordicTrack S22i Studio Cycle. I’ll list some pros and cons of each, and I’ll also tell our experience. We bought our peloton bike in 2015, and we really liked it. My wife really liked the classes, and I […]

The Rules of Track Cycling – EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains, the Rules of Track Cycling The object of the game is to cycle faster than your opponents. Track Cycling, sometimes referred to as ‘Olympic Track Cycling’, is contested indoors, on a curved banked track that measures 250m long, otherwise known as a Velodrome. In general, the rider who crosses the finish line first, […]

Track Cycling in Denmark – Red Bull Mini Drome 2013

The market has grown a lot since the smaller bike shops and bigger markets started selling the fixie bikes. To me it’s “just” a bike that’s a little different compared to the normal bikes. They are a bit more fun to ride. You get that – that special feeling off riding a track bike. There […]

Forces – The Science Behind the Bike (4/4)

When a cyclist rides a bike around a track or along a road the rider applies forces that propel the bike forwards. There are other forces acting on the bike that tend to slow it down. Identifying these forces and understanding their effect enables bike designers, sports scientists and elite athletes to work to minimise […]

Cycling adventures: mountain bike

Hi, I’m Daniel Oakman, senior curator here at the National Museum of Australia and welcome to another of my cycling adventures. Today I’m going to be taking a hardtail mountain bike on a ride on one of my favourite trails at Tathra on the far south coast of New South Wales. Getting out of town […]

3 World Record Breaking Bikes – So Fast They Were Banned!

– I’m here at the Boardman Performance Centre in Evesham the UK. In this place you can undergo physiological testing, physiotherapy, biomechanical sessions, even hone your position in the wind tunnel, but I’m here for something oh so special too, and that is to check out three of the world’s fastest bikes that have ever […]