– Get ready for a show
where we’re gonna announce the world’s best mountain bike rider. Oh, and it’s only our hundredth show. – 100th, we’ve got a
very special bike vault to celebrate that. It’s got a hundred bikes in it. – Exactly.
– And we’ve got the usual stuff, like hacks and bodges plus a lot of cool tech this week. (upbeat rock music) – Well what a week it has been. You’ve been helping us decide who is the world’s best
mountain bike rider right now. Now that little bit’s important. – It is important. There was a lot of comments weren’t there? – Yeah, yeah.
– A lot of our people put in names for that
we didn’t pick ourselves but thanks for the input, definitely. – Yeah, we debated it
ourselves here at GMBN. We had a poll on Facebook. We had all your comments,
absolutely tonnes of comments, which is amazing.
– Yep, absolutely. – And we got a lot of votes. So we’ve got a great result to reveal. But first, I’ve got to
touch on this comment from Sian Jamieson. We had a chat on the comment section about where was Rachel Atherton
in our list of 10 riders? And she was right to bring it up, because Rachel is undoubtedly one of the best mountain bike riders ever. – That’s true. – But, we were really specific
about what the question was. Who is the best mountain
bike rider all around right now. So, who could you take to a skate park, to some dirt jumps, to a slope style, a down-hill race, cross
country, all of it. – Yeah. – And in all honesty, I don’t think Rachel can
make it onto that list against people like Danny MacAskill, you know, Brendon Fairclough.
– If we were talking best racers of all time, obviously she would be on
that short list for sure. It’s a tough one. It’s been a tough list.
– So, that’s my explanation. I hope I’ve got away with it and not upset too many people. – I’m sure we’ll find out. – I think in future polls that we do, Rachel will be doing very well, honestly. – That is true. – Yeah, but it came down
to some great people. There was some other people mentioned too. – Definitely, Ropelato
came up in the comments, Mitch Ropo was one.
– Yeah, I would agree with that
definitely, he’s very good. Martyn Soderstrom, he does
tricks style downhill four-cross. Although I think his moment has waned. I think he’s gone past. – Someone said exactly what I was thinking and this is Will Harwood who said, “Five years ago Gee Atherton for sure.” I said exactly the same
thing in the shed last week to myself and Martyn. Also Dan Atherton came up. He’s definitely an amazing
mountain bike rider. – Yeah, Dan’s a dark horse for any kind of contest about bikes. Right, but basically, we’ve
gotta get to the real result. It came down, out of our 10
riders that we chose last week, you helped us decide, it
came down to four riders. Fabio Wibmer, Danny MacAskill, Brendan Fairclough, and Brandon Semenuk. – Amazing.
– Basically, those four shot ahead
and it was down to them. So, who made it? Who took the win? Well, I can reveal. We’re gonna go over to one
man who’s hair’s so floppy, he makes a young Prince William jealous. – Hm, who’s that?
– And another one who’s got a pet vulture.
– Pet vulture? – I know who that is.
– It’s Scotty Laughland and Blake Samson. – Thank you, thank you.
– Thank you very much! Well, we’ve been counting the votes. It’s been a whole week of counting and we’re here ready to announce the world’s best mountain biker. – It’s been one tense week hasn’t it? – It has, it has.
– A lot of counting has gone on, but are you ready? – I am ready. – Because I’ve got the
results in this envelope. – Quick!
– It’s not you, it’s not me, it’s not Neil, and it’s not Martyn. – Just open that envelope. – Should I open it?
– Yeah please, that’s. – You ready?
– Yeah. – No peeking.
– No. – Okay.
– Ready, who is it? – Brandon Semenuk! (laughs)
(crowd cheers) – Look, that’s him! – What a worthy winner. Crankworx Joyride winner,
Red Bull Rampage winner. – FMB World Champ. – Epic dirt jumper and those edits! – Oh, now, the edits. Can’t go wrong with those edits. – Definitely a worthy winner
of the best mountain biker. – There it is, we’ve done it. – Big news.
– We’ve announced the best mountain bike rider in the world. – Yeah.
– I’ve got to say, Neil, it felt good. – It did feel very good. I definitely approve that,
Brandon Semenuk’s amazing. – Yes, absolutely.
– Cool news. – But we’ve got to move on. So what has been happening
in mountain biking this week? – So a bit of sponsorship news. Remy Metailler has signed to TRP Brakes, a brand that we’ve seen
Aaron Gwin use last year, but before that I’ve got to say, I didn’t know much about
TRP mountain bike brakes, so it’s pretty cool to see
some top riders sign for them. – Yeah, another development
in process right there. White Style took place this week as well. FMB World Tour has been kicked off. Exciting Italian Torquato
Testa took the win. Oh he had some lovely tricks. – [Neil] It’s crazy to have
done this, isn’t it, on snow? – [Martyn] Yeah, it’s weird
because it’s the only one in the FMB World Tour that’s sort of, it’s quite unique compared
all to the other races on the snow, being on the snow. So, yeah, weird one to start with. But very exciting, some
great riders coming through, and that’s it. The FMB Tour is now off on
its way around the world. – More events, the
Andes Pacifico next week is in the Andes, in Chile, and I’m going. I can’t wait. (laughs) I’ll hit you with some stats here. 12,000 metres of
descending over five days. – [Martyn] Good fun down. – [Neil] Starts at three
and a half thousand metres and works its way over 10 valleys, to the Pacific Ocean. – [Martyn] Wow. – [Camera Crewman] Neil’s gonna suffer! (Martyn laughs)
– Gonna find it hard. Some top riders there. – We’re all giggling in the shed here. You might win this, Neil. – I will not win it.
– You might win this. – I won’t win it. Francois Bally-Maitre is there, Jerome Clementz, Johan
Beretti, Cedric Gracia. – You might not win it.
– [Camera Crewman] Top 10 for Neil, or else.
(Martyn laughs) – I’d like to get a top 10. I’ve not raced
– Go on dude, go on! – For a couple of years, so
that might be unrealistic. – Man I like this, like
you’re gettin’ in there, it’s great, it’s great. That’s some good riding news. Now we’ve gotta look back over the week that’s just happened with some comments from
you guys out there. We’ve had a lot of fun, actually. And this week, the free-rider
versus downhill video has gone down very well. – [Neil] It’s a great video, isn’t it? – [Martyn] You guys’ve been
sayin’ that you loved it. Head to head
– [Neil] Wasn’t there some good riding from the boys? – Yeah, and the guys
out there’ve been sayin’ that not only was it a great video, but that in last week’s show, there was a bit a Scotty
and Blake bromance going on. And also, something else’s been
noticed about Blake Samson, while we’re on the subject, just over there, just over there. – There he is. – Mitchell Hartweg said he’s noticed that Blake Samson was part
of the production system of Road Bike Party and Road Bike Party 2. And he says that means it’s the conspiracy GMBN illuminati revealed.
– Illuminati. – Yeah, maybe, maybe. He didn’t have that much to
do with it, to be honest. (laughs) But that was this week in the GMBN news. (they laugh) (rock music) Okay, it’s time for that session where people hopefully
make some progression. – It’s a session. – Yes, thanks, Neil. I always get a bit stuck there. Right, we’re gonna start with Guy’s chart, who’s been perfecting his manuals. He’s going down the Scotty Laughland route of manual learning, stickin’
a pedal in, that’s all right. It’s not too bad. – Pedalling! – [Martyn] But yeah,
it’s lookin’ pretty good. It’s gotta right old manual
bear, down this street. – [Neil] It’s good. – Nice, Guy, like it. Doin’ well. – So the next one’s very good. It’s from John Obald. I like this one, ’cause he says, he’s always been horrible at jumps but fast on the trails. So he’s taken to our videos, to watch all the skills videos and teach himself how to jump. – Nice. – And, oh, look at this. – [Martyn] Oh, I like this, ’cause he just rides off into the distance through the trails. He’s definitely, you can tell, so smooth. – [Neil] It’s cool, that. – [Martyn] Yeah, dirt jumps, when you’re riding ’em that smooth look fantastic. – [Neil] Nice one, Johnny. – Yeah, and lastly we’re going to Ethan, who’s been building up the courage to take on a jump on his local trails, which he’s always been
a little bit scared of. But this being progression session, he’s taken it on, and he’s havin’ a go. And I think this is really great, because you can really see him progress. It’s only, it’s a tricky jump, because he’s casin’ it. – [Neil] Yep. – [Martyn] It’s pretty nasty, but – [Neil] Nothin’ wrong with a case. – Keeps goin’, gettin’ better, and you can really see, on these goes now, as he’s startin’ to perfect it, how much more speed he’s landin’ with. – Yeah. – Great progression, love it, nice. That’s what it’s all about. If you wanna show us your
progression in this session, then send it to [email protected], and you can be right here, showin’ us all how it’s done. (rock music) Hacks and bodges, hacks and bodges, hacks and bodges, it’s better
when I do it like that. Yeah, anyway, let’s get
into hacks and bodges. – Check this one out. This one comes from Robin, and he’s made his own sag-measure-ometer? Is that what you call it? – [Martyn] That’s great!
– [Neil] He’s clever, He’s called it Sagman. It’s basically a piece of cardboard. He’s written 20, 30, 40% there, must have measured it out. And he’s usin’ that to get
his sag correct on his Canyon. – Yeah, what would you
get from that, Neil? What’s the advantage? – Well, he’s
– Just knowin’. – I guess some shocks actually have that inscribed on that, on
the strokes, you can see, but if it’s not there, you
have to normally measure where your rubber ring is. Well, that’s just a
different way of doin’ it. – Yeah, when you say rubber ring, I think about floatin’
around in a swimmin’ pool. – Very good.
– But. That’s just me, that’s just me. Right, this one here, is Leonard Natara. He wanted to get a really
big water bottle on his bike, which I guess, if you need that, then you’ve just gotta have it. And he’s created this little device here to extend his water bottle mounts back down the frame, clever, eh? – That is clever, it’s a hack. – It’s a hack, but it’s a lotta work just for a big water bottle, innit? – I don’t know, it’s
a Canfield, very nice. – That’s what Leonard
wants, it’s very clever. And lastly, Neil, I think
you’re gonna like this. – I’ve seen this. – You’re gonna be impressed with this. – I love this.
– Phil Gordon, I mean, this is insane. He’s made a trailer for his canoe. – [Neil] Don’t tell me, he’s Australian. – He is Australian. And I’ve just got a text, by the way. (Neil laughs) And he’s made this
incredibly long trailer. Now it’s seven metres in length. That’s another text. – [Camera Crewman] You got another text? – Yeah, I got another text there, thanks. I just wanna see him ride
down the road with this, and Phil, the length of the
bike compared to the canoe. I think this is the lead of
Hacks and Bodges at the moment. I’m quite surprised by it,
I’m quite scared by it. I just wanna see it in use, but yeah, there you go. – Well done. – Beat that, people. – Nice one, Phil.
– Pretty good. That was Hacks and Bodges. (rock music) Time for caption of the week. Oh, don’t mind me, Blake. – [Blake] Hey, I brought tea. – Oh, lay off. – I brought you a tea, and
I brought you a coffee. – Coffee, lovely stuff, right. – There you go, well I’m gonna – It’s time.
– I’m gonna kick it off. – Yeah, go on. Chances to win a bottle, let’s go. – [Blake] AJ MTB, “Blake was taken aback “by the state of Neils
cranks and ball bearings.” (Martyn laughs) It’s a good one. – That is a good one. – Absolutely fine, I can assure you that. Benji Law says, “Blake’s
just seen Neil’s barend “in the woods, hashtag impressed.” – Right, for this week’s caption contest where you can win that bottle right there, take a look at this one of me looking pretty
fresh with Aaron Gwin. – [Neil] Aaron Gwin? – [Martyn] Yeah.
– [Neil] What! – Let us know what you
think of that picture in the comments section down below, and we will give a bottle
out for the winner next week. (rock music) Blake, would you like to be a movie star? – Oh, yes, who doesn’t? – Well this is the section
of The Dirt Shed Show where you should send your films in. – I love this section. – This is viewer edits. We wanna see the movies
you’ve been makin’. Blake, start us off with a cracker. – Ooh, I got Mitch Kennedy. His mate, Ollie, and himself were filming on this local trail. – [Martyn] Oh, sick trail. – [Neil] Ah, yes.
– [Martyn] It’s dusty and dry. – [Neil] Look at that.
– [Blake] That’s my favourite. – [Martyn] Jump.
– [Neil] He’s got a vest on. – [Martyn] It’s quite
often the back of a burn turns into an amazing kicker.
– [Blake] That is true. Nice! – [Neil] Oh, they are peeling it. – [Martin] They’re going pretty quick, eh? – [Neil] Oh, that’s cool, where is this? – [Blake] Oh, that’s a cool veer. Really good veer, guys.
– Right, I’m gonna give you a bit of a curve ball
for my film this week. It’s from a really great
bunch, Ed Richardson. Now, I gotta be honest, right? He makes a bit of a meal
of the opening section. Ed, you took a lot of time to get goin’, but after he’s made a cup of tea, he does get on the trail with his mates. – [Neil] Oh, he leaves
the tea bag in his tea. – [Martin] There’s a certain
amount of humour to this film. They’re obviously havin’
a bit of a fun day, it’s not takin’ themself too seriously, but it does really bring across, as you can see, what it’s like to go out
ridin’ with your mates. Lots of banter, lots
of fun, a few crashes. – [Neil] Look at that. – [Martin] But it does look
like a pretty good trail, I recognise that trail!
– [Neil] That’s Cody Brone. – [Martin] Yeah, Cody
Brone, that’s it, yeah. – [Blake] Good spot. – [Martin] They’re havin’ a good time. Lovely edit, thanks Ed. – And the last movie star is Jim Blaberg. And he’s been ridin’ in Huskvarna, Sweden on the European Championship course. – [Blake] That’s nirvana. – [Neil] Yeah, I’ve been to Sweden. – [Martin] It’d be nice
if he was tackling it on a Husqvarna. – [Neil] Oh, yeah, right. – [Martin] That right there might make a bit of complaints on the trail. – [Blake] Sewing machine? Yeah, look at this. – [Neil] Oh, look at that. – [Martin] Those bars are narrow. They’re narrow bars. – [Neil] He’s got his
GoPro remote on there. – [Martin] I’ve gotta say, I’m not sure about the riding attire. – [Blake] Very tight shorts. – [Martin] Yeah, very tight shorts. (laughs) I think this guy plays
rugby as well as ride bikes. (laughs) He’s just got that feel about him. – [Neil] You’re admiring his thighs? – [Martin] Well, he’s got
the sort of rugby-leg look, and he’s got tight shorts. I’m not sure what this
– [Blake] I do say, that trail is nice.
– [Martin] Is sayin’ about me. – [Neil] Yeah, that
trail does look like fun. – [Blake] Yeah. – [Martin] Great edits!
– [Neil] Oh, look at that. – Great edits this week.
(they clap) Now, you all wanna be movie stars, you must be out there filming your riding. And if you are, send it to us, so we can put it into
our viewer edits section. It’s really easy, [email protected], and we can get a look and put it in here, you’re a movie star, you
win awards, you get views. It’s win-win! Do it! (rock music) – It’s time for some tech. – Oh!
– Oh, better tech, mate? – Please, yes. – Over to Scott. – Welcome to tech of the week, and it is a bumper edition. We’ve got three pieces for you. So we’ve got new bikes,
we’ve got new suspension. And the weirdest stem I’ve
ever seen manufactured. So let’s kick off with that stem. It’s from USE, it’s a Vice, and of course, it comes in
40, 50, and 60 millimetres. Now, this thing is super light. It starts at 114 grammes. And what is really different about this? Well, if you just take a look
in the screen right there, you can see, that it’s really thin, and there’s no bolts. There’s only one single bolt, compared to sort of a conventional
six or eight bolt one. Makes it totally different. I’ve never seen anything like this, and I’ve got to say, this
thing looks pretty cool. Certainly very different. What do you guys think? Leave your comments down below. Okay, so our next piece of tech. Well this is two new bikes from Orange, well, almost three, but we’ll
get into that in a second. The first two, they’re the
Stage 5 and the Stage 6. And these are aggressive 29ers. They’re built for racing
and all mountain shredding. If we take a look at the Stage 5 first, it’s a 29er with 135
millimetres rear suspension and 66.5 degree head angle. The Stage 6, well, it’s its big brother. You’ve got 150 millimetres
of rear suspension, and a 65.5 degree head angle. So super slack and really aggressive, perfect for those alpine holidays or even if you’re racing. Now, let’s take a look at
something totally different. And up there, right now,
is Orange’s first e-bike. Now this looks pretty cool. There’s not too much
information going around, but I’ve got to say,
an e-bike from Orange? This could be really interesting. Now the suspension I want to
talk about is from SR Suntour. And it’s a rock. It’s a downhill fork, and already it’s got some credentials to its name. It’s got a medal at World
Championship downhill, and it’s been in Red Bull Rampage. You’ve got 200 millimetres of travel. And their recent signing
is to United Ride Team. – So you’ve got Mick Hannah,
you’ve got Tracey Hannah, who are all gonna be testing it. But what I found really
interesting about it was the fact that, at the same time, they’ve released a video
all about them testing behind the scenes and
using some telemetry, which you see a lot of the
bigger brand of suspension using, but this is really perfecting. So what makes this
different to other forks that are in the market? Well, you do have your high
and your low speed compression, but with this one, you’ve got your high and your low speed
rebound adjustment. We’ve only really seen that
in shocks at the moment, but it’s coming into forks. And it just really allows you to refine how your suspensions are
working with the ground and how it reacts. And then, what I really like this, is the fact that you’ve got
a tool-free axle removal. So it’s so easy, you
can do it by the trail, you don’t need any Allen keys, like you do with other forks. Super quick to get that wheel off, and I’ve got to say that
makes it really practical. – Yeah, I agree. (poof) – Whaaa! – Hey! (all talking at once)
(laughs) Got some cake. – Oh!
– Look at that. – So in between tech of the week and now, I’ve baked this for you guys. – That is good going.
– Oh, you didn’t. – That is good going. – What’s in it?
– Love it. – You didn’t.
– It’s chocolate. – I heard that’s your favourite? – Oh, nice.
– Chocolate cake. – Do you wanna cut? I’ll give you the honours. – For our hundredth show. – Ahhhh. – Get it goin’.
– Oh, there isn’t a balloon in that, I’m disappointed. – Go on, Blake.
– Be generous. – And I heard there’s
great fails and bails? – Let’s get on with it. We can’t just sit here eatin’ cake. – Yeah.
– Yeah. – Should we watch the first one? It’s from Will Creed, and let’s
dig into this piece of cake. – [Martin] Take a look at this, boys, ’cause he comes in quick. – [All] Oh! – [Martin] The tree! – [Scott] He hit that tree hard. – [Neil] Trees don’t move. – Check out Ray Pinty who’s
on the Telonics trail, at Laguna Beach.
– Yes. – He’s only wearing a
GMBN race top, as well. – No, no, is he?
– Yes! – But unfortunately,
even that can’t help him in this drastic situation. Check it out, comin’ in hot,
GMBN shirt, lookin’ good. – [All] Oh! – [Scott] Me heart’s out. – [Martin] There was a little
bit of damage to her ankle, but you’ll be pleased to know, the race top was fine. (they laugh) – Yeah, but that has got us in the mood. We’ve got cake, it’s time to run the VT. (rock music) – Ahh! – Woo! – [Camera Woman] Ohh! Are you okay, are you okay? (rock music) – Oh, yeah. – Yeah, right! Let’s get into the Instabangers. I’m gonna kick it off with
a good friend of mine, who I’ve known as a, he’s a little tot, he’s been comin’ right up,
and he’s gettin’ better. But Charlie Page, Blake knows him. – [Blake] Oh, I know Charlie.
– [Martin] From our days back on the Animal Bike Tour.
– [Blake] Nice, good chap. – He’s really comin’ on, this kid. – He has, and he’s growin’.
– He looks really good. So I’m givin’ him a shout
out to his Insta page, because I think I’m, I
think he’s comin’ on, he’s doin’ well. – [Neil] Mine, we’ve
talked about him already, is Remy Metailler. Follow him, we don’t know
who he’s riding for yet, his sponsor this year, so keep
an eye on his social media. – [Martin] Yeah, great rider. – [Neil] For announcement. – I’m gonna go with
Bryn Atkinson this week. I actually saw this clip where
he comes out of the turn, jumps, and then he hits the
camera that’s filming him. (they all laugh) – [Neil] Nicely leading
on from fails and bails. – I’m gonna throw, to Ollie Jones, good friend of mine, from the U.K., now living in Whistler, living the life. Every season, every season. – [Scott] Oh, makin’ you really jealous. – [Blake] Yeah, snow, then
bikes, then snow, then bikes. – [Scott] Actually, I don’t
think I will check him out. – [Martin] But these are our suggestions. They’re our Instabangers, and we’re tellin’ you
about ’em for a reason. They’re amazing, so go follow them and see what they’re up to
on their mountain bikes. (rock music) Right, let’s get straight into
the shout outs for this week. What’ve you got, Blake? – Well I’ve got McGazza Fest
from down unda’ in kiwi-land. ‘Nother huge big festival. – [Scott] Yeah, it looked amazing. – [Blake] Kelly McGarry, and they had a huge train within this, it
was like a minute-long train, it was thousands of them. – [Neil] Yeah, that’s cool. My shout out this week is an interview with Joey Gough on Pinkbike. It’s a really cool interview. Joey’s a ripper, she’s a British girl, absolutely ripped on
a bike, massive jumps, cool tabletops, some good
videos in there, as well. – And I tell you what, my one this week is little bit of controversial. It’s to do with e-bikes. The Coastal Crew are riding
them, and it’s called sceptical. They’re not 100% sold on it, but they went out, and in
true Coastal Crew fashion, created an absolute banger,
so check that one out. – Yeah, that’s a great video. I’m gonna throw to, I think this is a really fun video. I threw to him only recently,
Sam Pilgrim, game of trials. I really like this video because
Sam is a great bike rider, and he’s not frightened to show that’s he’s potentially not the greatest trials rider on the planet. It has some really funny falls. He’s riding with his mate, Tom Cardy, and they take on these trials sections and make fools of
themselves in the best way. – [Scott] Is he better than Blake? – Ahh, he’s close, they’re both – I lost a game of B.I.K.E. to him. – They’re both quite bad, both quite bad. It’s worth a look. – Was he pedalling? – Well, he did pedal, yeah. (rock music) – Right my bit, first
try Friday, it’s Friday, so here is my first try Friday trick. – Hi, my name’s Blake Samson, and this is my first try Friday. Nice! There you go, Mr. Ashton,
that’s my first try Friday, just for you. – Whoa! (Blake whistles) (Scott whistles)
Whoa! – Yeah, that was a big
suicide trick there. – Okay, and joining your club
this week is Zac Michaelides. – I’m Zac Michaelides. – With this 360, so, let’s check it out. – And this is Will Greenford’s video of my first try Friday on
the Surrey Hills step up. (thud) Ah! (thud) (thud) Oh! – [Martin] Ooh, it’s big, it’s a big gap. It’s a big gap.
– [Scott] I remember that step up, it’s not a
– [Blake] Huge. – [Martin] He certainly doesn’t
get it on the first try. (Blake laughs) But
– No but it’s not, you know, he’s tryin’ it for the first time, so there is gonna be a crash, or two, or four, or five, or six. (Martin laughs) But he will get it. – Well, well then Zac,
you’re now in the club. – Keep sendin’ ’em in
to our Facebook page, hashtag first try Friday, and I’d love to see what
you guys come up with. (rock music) – Okay, are you guys ready? It’s the hundredth show?
– Yeah. – It’s time for the bike vault party. – Yes!
– This week, it’s special though. – How?
– There are 100 bikes in the bike vault. – A hundred bikes? – A hundred bikes?
– Yeah. – And we’ve got, what’s this? – That’s the super nice horn. – Ooh!
– Ha ha! I like this!
– [Blake] Let’s do it! Oh! (horn squeaks) Very nice. – Oh that. (horn squeaks)
– Nice! Super nice, purple. – [All] Nah. (horn squeaks)
– What? – You’re just pressin’ on it.
– No, no. (horn squeaks)
– Nice. – Two bikes, no.
– Two bikes, no. – Too many
– Yes! (horn squeaks) – Oh, you know, you coulda
– Yes. (horn squeaks) (Martyn laughs) – That is, that’s a nice one.
(they all murmur disagreement) – No.
– No. (horn squeaks)
– Hey! – Hey!
(Horn squeaks) – Oh!
– Oh! (horn squeaks) – Marin. – Come on, that one was
– No. – No.
– No. – Ooh! – That’s Commencal, yeah? – Oh that’s! (horn squeaks)
– Yep! – Oh yes!
(horn squeaks) – Yes!
(Horn squeaks) – Oh! – Start the video! We got it back.
– Got it, go back. – Go. – Oh!
– Yes! (horn squeaks) – No.
– No. (Neil laughs) – No!
– No! – Yes!
(horn squeaks) Yes, that’s got piping.
(horn squeaks) – What? – No.
– Too close. – Two bikes!
– Two bikes! – No. – Oh!
– Oh! (horn squeaks) – What? – Oh!
(Horn squeaks) – That looks like forest.
– Where is that? – Mmm, no.
– No. – It’s build a snowman.
(horn squeaks) – Two bikes.
– Oh, two bikes, yeah. – No.
– What. – Yes!
– Yes! (horn squeaks) – You could ride that. – No.
– Yes! (horn squeaks) – No! – What? – No.
– Yes, muddy! (horn squeaks) (Blake laughs) – No. – No.
– No, it’s out shot. – No.
– No. – Yep! (horn squeaks) – Nice shot. – Oh that is – Yeah, a dog!
– A dog! (horn squeaks) – Ooh!
– Ooh! (all talking over each other) (Blake laughs) – No.
– Yes. (horn squeaks) – Nah. – Oh!
– Yes! (horn squeaks) (Scott laughs) – No.
– No. – No.
– Oh. – You can’t see the bike.
– Where is the bike? – Yes! (horn squeaks) Look at that background. – No.
– Nice. (horn squeaks) – What?
– What? – It’s a little bit nice. – Oh, I nearly went then. – Yeah, trials wins. (horn squeaks) – Okay, what? – No. – What!
– Upside down? – What!
– Nice! (horn squeaks) – There’s no one allowed
on the bike vault. Only bikes. (Neil laughs) – Oh!
– Oh, yeah! (horn squeaks) – Oh!
– Oh! (horn squeaks) – No.
– Mmm. – Yeah! (horn squeaks) – What, that?
(they laugh) – Got that one. (horn squeaks) – No.
– No. – Yeah, bike! (horn squeaks) – Mmm, no.
– No. – Ooh!
– Yeah. (horn squeaks) – Like the colour.
– Woo! (horn squeaks) – Oh, that’s super nice. (they all speak over one another) (horn squeaks) – Oh, Cannondale. (horn squeaks) – Nah.
– No. – That’s Cape Town. – Yeah, look at that
obstacles! (horn squeaks) Sick. – Dog!
– Dog! (horn squeaks) (laughs) – Ooh!
– Ooh! (horn squeaks) – Oh, I love that.
– Love that. (horn squeaks) – Nah.
– No. – Oh.
– No, not for me no. – No.
– No. – No.
– No, only half a bike. – Oh, come on. Give us something great.
– No. – Oh, no!
– No one was supposed to be allowed in the bike vault. – No!
– Yes. (horn squeaks) – Oh! – Ooh! (horn squeaks)
– Yes. – Yes!
(horn squeaks) – Yes.
(Horn squeaks) – No. (horn squeaks)
– Oh that’s like yours. (Martyn laughs) – Nice picture. – Dog!
– Dog! (horn squeaks) – Yeah!
(Horn squeaks) – I like the graffiti. – Oh!
– Oh! (horn squeaks) – No.
– No. – No.
– Two bikes! – No. – It’s gotta lock on it. – Castle Rock. – Oh, best bike vault,
– [Neil] 100 bikes. – best bike vault ever.
– And a few dogs. – Was that really 100, did
you count every single one? – I counted all of ’em,
and more, actually. Some didn’t make it in, but that was fun. I’m not sure we’re
gonna do 100 every week, but please keep sending your
bikes into the bike vault. – 200 on 200th. – Well, lads, it’s our hundredth show, we should be celebratin’, but before we get into
eatin’ any more cake, you want more cake? – No. (Martyn laughs) I’m on a diet.
– Bit fulla cake? We’ve gotta decide who won the free-rider versus downhill video. – Yes.
– Yes. – ‘Cause it didn’t really
get decided in the video. – No, well I got to the bottom first. – Well, I dunno, I don’t think their comments necessarily
agreed with it was a race, so can we have
– Boys, I’ve got a question for you. – Okay. – The loser gets the rest of the cake. Question is, so Brandon Semenuk, won our greatest mountain biker of now. However, do you know which discipline he started in motorbiking? – Yeah, Scott’s got it. – Cross country. – Correct. (they laugh) – Oh my gosh. – You did get the cake.
– I was gonna say XC. – You were too slow! It’s like in the video
free-rider versus downhill, you were too slow. – Did you put a cake on my head? – Here have some of this to wash it off. (they laugh) – Hundredth show, lads! – Cheers!
– Cheers! – Where’s mine? (mugs clink) – It’s there. – Oh yay, cheers! (mugs clink) – Hey Blake, you’ve
got something just, um. (rock music) Well, before we get this party started, it’s time to see what’s coming up on the channel this week. – I think I’m already in the party. – On Saturday, it’s all about
how to improve your wheelie, and we’ve got some technique
and also some gym work for you. And then, on Sunday,
we take it to the track and we find out does
practise make perfect. – [Neil] Monday is
mechanical jargon buster, and Tuesday’s five hacks to ride further. – Wednesday, we’ve got how
to ride smooth and fast. – Oh!
– Ah! – Just like this drink. And then on Thursday,
of course, is ask GMBN. – And then, obviously, Friday,
– Ah! – It’s The Dirt Shed Show. Don’t wanna miss that one.
– 101! That was quite a show. – Corkin’, in fact.
(Martyn laughs) – That was a corking
– Always get the wrong end of the stick.
– That was a corking show. – And if you want to watch
some more videos from GMBN, then click right here for five tips when buying a brand new bike. – And click over here for
five more essential skills. – And you can click on the
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this Dirt Shed show. (they all laugh) – It just went in my ear.