How To Lock Your Bike In Town | GMBN Tech’s Guide To Urban Bike Security

How To Lock Your Bike In Town | GMBN Tech’s Guide To Urban Bike Security

– Having your mountain bike stolen is about the worst thing that can happen to any of us mountain bikers and if you’re going to lock your bike up in public, you better make sure it is really, really secure. Now, we’re going to show you just how vulnerable the mountain bike is and we’re

Servicing An Air Shaft In Real Time | Mountain Bike Suspension Fork Service

Servicing An Air Shaft In Real Time | Mountain Bike Suspension Fork Service

– Hello, and welcome to another realtime service video. This time we’re focusing on air springs. (whooshing sounds) In the past, we’ve done really in-depth videos on lower leg services. So if this is all a bit of a dark art to you, click here for Doddy’s video. It’s a really in-depth how-to and a

7 Ways You’re Destroying Your Mountain Bike | MTB Maintenance Tips

7 Ways You’re Destroying Your Mountain Bike | MTB Maintenance Tips

– Mountain bikes may well be tough old things. They can take a hell of a pasting out on the trails, but they’re not invincible. It’s entirely possible that you’re slowly, or actually in some cases, rapidly, aging your pride and joy. So let’s take a look at those things that really do kill your

Maintain Your Wheels | GMBN Tech How To

Maintain Your Wheels | GMBN Tech How To

– We’re pretty lucky as mountain bikers with respect that the kit is pretty durable and tough these days. But, it still does require basic maintenance in order to avoid those costly repairs further down the line. Now although wheels are one of the those fundamental parts of the bike that you can’t ignore, most

Basic Mountain Bike Air Shock Service

Basic Mountain Bike Air Shock Service

– We often tell you here at GMBN Tech how to look after your bike, and in particular, we tend to look at things the transmission, because that’s the stuff that really has to put up with your day to day use. But equally, your suspension forks get a bit of a hard time, and

How To Install A Ground Anchor | Ultimate Bike Security

How To Install A Ground Anchor | Ultimate Bike Security

– Locking up your bikes is really important even if you do have somewhere secure to store them, like in your house or in a garage. Now ground anchors or wall anchors are the best and the safest, and the most secure option to use, but they’re only useful if you install them correctly and

Mountain Bike Dropper Post Install | GMBN Tech Essentials Ep. 10

Mountain Bike Dropper Post Install | GMBN Tech Essentials Ep. 10

– This is the GMBN tech essentials series, which is our easy to follow guide to understanding your bike and learning how to work on it and maintain it yourself at home. In this particular video we’re looking at how to install a cable operated dropper post which is a fantastic upgrade for any mountain

How To Replace Frame Bearings Using A Bearing Press | MTB Maintenance

How To Replace Frame Bearings Using A Bearing Press | MTB Maintenance

– Suspension mountain bikes rely on a well-operating rear shock, and of course, all of those pivots to be smooth and operating well in order for the back end to track properly and do its job. Now due to the way mountain bikes are ridden in a variety of conditions, from time to time, you’re

How Does Chain Lube Work? | Different Conditions & Lubes Tested

How Does Chain Lube Work? | Different Conditions & Lubes Tested

– Today, we’re going to take a pretty simple look at the different lubes we can apply to our drivetrains and the effects for better or for worse they might have. So, I’ve cut up my chain up, a used one into some sample sizes. And we’re going to put different types of lubricant on

Headset Maintenance 101 | How To Overhaul Your Headset Bearings

Headset Maintenance 101 | How To Overhaul Your Headset Bearings

– The headset is one of the parts of the bike that tends to go kind of forgotten about, because it’s very much out of sight, out of mind, unlike your transmission that’s on display the whole time. Generally, they do stay working quite well, but when water gets into them, or if you ride