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What’s The Fastest Tyre Pressure For Cycling On Cobbles?

What’s The Fastest Tyre Pressure For Cycling On Cobbles?

– If we look like we’ve just done Parriere Bay, we kind of have. This morning we set out from the Arenberg Forest to look at the final 100k’s of this year’s race, a video which you will hopefully see soon, if it’s not out already. But now we’ve arrived here at Carefore De Labe, […]

Is Professional Cycling More Dangerous Than Ever? | GCN Show Ep.368

Is Professional Cycling More Dangerous Than Ever? | GCN Show Ep.368

– From stage two of TDU, welcome to the GCN Show. – Welcome to the GCN show. – Coming up this week, is pro cycling more dangerous then ever. We don’t actually know. So we’ve asked Bernie Eisel. – We have. We’ve always got the latest lane cycling controversy. And yes, it involves gravel. We’ve […]

Searching For The Limits Of Cornering A Road Bike | GCN Doesn’t Do Science

Searching For The Limits Of Cornering A Road Bike | GCN Doesn’t Do Science

(Epic sound) – [Narrator] In this video, we’re going to show you how fast you can go around the corner, on a bike, before your tires lose grip. As you’re going to see though, they are no GCN in the sunglasses here, and it turns out, that losing it is harder than we thought but, […]

GCN Presenters’ Bikes – Simon Richardson’s Specialized Tarmac SL3

GCN Presenters’ Bikes – Simon Richardson’s Specialized Tarmac SL3

This is my bike. There are many like them, but this one is mine. My bike is my best friend. My bike is my…hang on, I can’t say that, that’s not strictly true… You may be slightly familiar with this bike, having seen it on GCN over the last 18 months, so I thought I’d […]

Should You Use Chamois Cream?

Should You Use Chamois Cream?

– To cream… Or not to cream? That is the question. Before we answer this burning, often taboo question that still leaves many riders scratching their heads, let’s have a look at the history of the humble chamois cream, put on this earth to soothe, protect, and stop the chafing of the delicate nether regions. […]