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10 Things A Mountain Biker Can’t Live Without | MTB Rider Essentials

10 Things A Mountain Biker Can’t Live Without | MTB Rider Essentials

(letters booming) (mud swishing) – Welcome back you beautiful people, what is the most essential things that us mountain bikers cannot live without? Well I’m here to show you which ones are. This is the first one. Whoa. Oh dear look at those sexy ass lines, man. Look at those disc brakes, dude. Crazy, dude! […]

The Most Confusing Things About Mountain Biking | MTB Explained

The Most Confusing Things About Mountain Biking | MTB Explained

– [Narrator] Whoever said mountain biking was a simple sport, clearly doesn’t know what they’re talking about. It’s definitely not just about jumping on your bike and going for a ride in the woods. Just choosing a bike can be a minefield in itself, so let’s have a look at some of the most confusing […]

DIY Bike Service | 12 MTB Maintenance Things To Do In Isolation

DIY Bike Service | 12 MTB Maintenance Things To Do In Isolation

Like many others at the moment, I’m in isolation. So, I thought I’d take this time to make a video about the sorts of things you can do to your bike without having to have many spare parts or even specialist tools. This is isolation overhaul. (dramatic music) Okay, so this video isn’t just a […]

7 Carpark Skills To Practise On Your Mountain Bike | MTB Skills

7 Carpark Skills To Practise On Your Mountain Bike | MTB Skills

– Welcome back you beautiful people, some carpark tricks that you can learn on your bike on the flat ground. I’m out here in the woods, there’s no car park but it’s flat, but there is one down there and I have a bunch that you want to learn. (rock music) (chuckling) – Oh my […]

Building A New Superbike & Self Isolation | Neil’s 1st GMBN Vlog

Building A New Superbike & Self Isolation | Neil’s 1st GMBN Vlog

(wrench makes noise) (banging and whirring noises) – Hi everyone, Neil here. As you might tell, I’m at home because things have changed, as you probably know. A lot of stuffing going on at the moment in the world, and the UK, now we’re in lockdown. Just to let you know, at GMBN, we’re taking […]

Mountain Bike Medics Of The Andes Pacifico | Andes Pacifico MTB Enduro 2020

Mountain Bike Medics Of The Andes Pacifico | Andes Pacifico MTB Enduro 2020

(wind) (intense music) – [Henry] The landscape here is beautiful, yet brutal. It entices explorers, yet punishes the unprepared. You’d be mad to put a bike race through here, surely. Well, if you were so inclined, you would want a medical team rich in expertise because when it does go wrong here, the stakes are […]

How To Lose Weight Mountain Biking | MTB Problems Solved With GMBN

How To Lose Weight Mountain Biking | MTB Problems Solved With GMBN

(logo slamming) – So what we actually trying to achieve here? I guess we’re talking about matching two goals together, having fun on bikes and losing weight. The fun and bikes bit being the baseline status, the bare minimum. The losing weight bit being the end result. Sound good? The problem we must avoid is […]

Getting Gnarly In The Pacific NorthWest | Neil Rides Squamish’s Epic Mountain Bike Trails

♪ Yup, yup, yup ♪ ♪ Oh no ♪ (upbeat electronic music) ♪ Yo ♪ (electric buzz) – In southwest Canada, 60 kilometres north of Vancouver, halfway up the 99th, the mountain bike Mecca of Whistler lies the town of Squamish. To the South you’ve got the sea fjord called The Howe Sound, and then […]

Cross Country Mountain Bike Vs Downhill Bike | Blake & Rich Go Head To Head

Cross Country Mountain Bike Vs Downhill Bike | Blake & Rich Go Head To Head

(digital noise) – Welcome back you beautiful people. Today, Richard and I are going to battle. – We are. Today it is XC versus– – Downhill. (light electronic music) (laughing) (logo rumbling) – [Doddy] Okay, first things first. Let’s take a look at the two different bikes. This is a machine for the job. Built […]

How Do Mountain Bike Gears Actually Work? | Bicycle Gears Explained

How Do Mountain Bike Gears Actually Work? | Bicycle Gears Explained

– Bicycle derailleur gears were first seen in 1905 on a French two-speed setup. 115 years later, though, we’re still using the chain, the cassette, and the derailleur because they’re the most efficient way of having multiple gears on a bike. Early designs, though, were quite crude, and modern day transmissions are very different. They’re […]