Tag: two

Electrically-Fueled Mountain Bike Mastery | SHIMANO

Dig it in! Left, right, left, right, one, two, one, two. You’re going to need to do more than that… …if you want to beat Martin Maes this season! Giddy up, cowboy. Wyn! Hurry up! Come on, mate. Ha! There he is! A bit late to the party, eh, boys? – Aw, shut up, dude. […]

Cycling Workout – Get Fit With GCN’s 60 Minute Turbo Trainer Class

Let’s start this class. ♪ [music] ♪ These are relatively long intervals, so remember to pace yourself. To keep things interesting during this endurance session, the riding position will vary throughout the entire class. There are no sprints. You’ll have to work for the entire session, but your effort and speed should vary. Try and […]

45 Minute Cycle Training Workout – Sprint Training

Hi, and welcome to my 45-minute challenging journey. This indoor cycling route will improve your cardiovascular fitness and keep you motivated on those cold winter days. This is a tough mix of seated and standing positions which is complimented with fast efforts all the way through. Variety is key to keeping your training fun. Enjoy […]

Stealth Bug Out Survival Vehicle Camping Bikepacking Bike

This is a short video (available in 720 HD) where I do a walk around my Stealth Bug Out Survival BushcraftCamping Mountain Bike… at this point in the mountain bike build project I’ve got it to about 50% complete… you can see since the last video, I’ve upgraded the entire drive train and wheel set… […]

Swagman Hitch Bike Racks Review – 2014 Nissan Murano – etrailer.com

Today on our 2014 Nissan Murano we’re test fitting this slagman dispatch 00:00:04 This is a platform style, RV approved, two bike rack It’s been designed for use in two inch hitches The part number on this, S64684 Now the dispatch is going to use a frame hook to hold down on your bike It’s […]

HIIT Workout – High Intensity Intervals | GCN 25 Minute Bike Session

– We’re off for a quick 25 minute interval blast. Let’s work together on this ride and help take our training to the next level. Follow the effort levels as a guide and work within your own capabilities. The effort levels are measured on a rate of perceived exertion scale. Level one representing very light […]