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Matt & Simon’s Factor O2 Bikes For The Taiwan KOM Challenge

Matt & Simon’s Factor O2 Bikes For The Taiwan KOM Challenge

– This is the Factor O2, that I’ve literally just ridden in the Taiwan KOM Challenge upon. – And on board, there are some of the– – Lightest parts available, we’ve got Lightweight wheels, we got THM components, and I’ve got a Shimano Dura Ace. – SRAM RED eTap. – Mine came with SRAM RED […]

Best Cycling Tech Of 2019: The GCN Tech Awards Show | Ep. 105

– Welcome to the GCN Tech Show, a Boxing Day special, and it’s a very special episode indeed because this week we are announcing our tech award winners, very prestigious, I must say, Oliver. – Yes, we’re filming this live on Boxing Day from Business As Usual in Bristol rather than our normal set. – […]

How To Improve Your Cycling Training Results With Nutrition

How To Improve Your Cycling Training Results With Nutrition

– Being as light as possible, as well as getting stronger and fitter are things that most cyclists strive to achieve, yet, what most professional cyclists are able to attain. But, how do they do it? Well to find out, we’ve come to speak to James Morton, head of nutrition at Team Sky, to find […]

Get Fit in 4 Weeks Ep. 2 | Testing, Training Sessions & Recording Your Workouts

Get Fit in 4 Weeks Ep. 2 | Testing, Training Sessions & Recording Your Workouts

– Last week you may have seen our video on introducing the fundamentals behind any training program. It’s well worth checking this out if you haven’t already seen it, as this is the basis to any good training program. This week the focus is on pushing yourself harder than you have done before. Introducing some […]

Hill Attacks | Indoor Cycle Training Up The Passo Gardena

– Well, hello. This is the Passo Gardena Hill Attack session. I’m a little bit nervous, but let’s give it ago. It’s a beautiful day. Here we go. Well, thanks very much, Matt. This is the Passo Gardena Hill Attack session, taking place, of course, on the Passo Gardena and there is the beautiful climb […]

What NOT To Wear Cycling In Winter

– [Host] Braving winter weather can be tough, but it’s always better when you have appropriate clothing. (action themed music) – Chris what on earth have you done, bringing me out in the torrential rain? – Look, don’t worry. I’ve ridden my bike for 22 years and I picked up on some brilliant ideas, which […]

8 Terrible New Year’s Resolutions For Cyclists

– [Simon] January the 1st, a new year, time to put your best foot forward and set some goals. Except, you will need to be careful because some New Years Resolutions are plain and simply a bad idea, almost impossible to stick to. Coming up, here’s some of the worst. (upbeat music) For some reason, […]

Essential Road Cycling Tips To Keep You Riding Your Bike In Winter

Essential Road Cycling Tips To Keep You Riding Your Bike In Winter

– Do you want to know how to survive the winter whilst out on the bike? In this video, we’re going to take you through some top tips on how to fully prep yourself and your bike for the winter. – Yeah, we’re going to get you riding in the wind! Rain or even snow. […]

Are Wider Tyres Worth It? | Ask GCN Anything About Cycling

– On this week’s ask GCN anything, we shall be discussing leg length discrepancy, ceramic bearings, riding over cattle grids, and a whole lot more. First up though, a question in on Twitter from Tom Mason, I currently ride 23 millimetre Conti tyres but I’m heading over to Belgium for a few days. Should I […]