Are Straight Pull Spokes Strong Enough For Trail Riding? | Ask GMBN Tech

Are Straight Pull Spokes Strong Enough For Trail Riding? | Ask GMBN Tech

– Welcome to another weekly Ask GMBN Tech Q&A Clinic. Get your questions in to us at the email address on the screen or you can add them in the comments below. Alright, so first up this week is from Freddy Dembrey. Freddie asked GMBM Tech, “Can you run SRAM brakes “(levers and calipers) on

Is It Cheaper To Build Your Own Mountain Bike? | Ask GMBN Tech

Is It Cheaper To Build Your Own Mountain Bike? | Ask GMBN Tech

(dramatic music) – Welcome to Ask GMBN Tech. This is our 30th show so this is great. It’s a weekly show where you guys get to send in your questions about technical related mountain bike stuff. And hopefully, we can give you a decent answer so you learn some understanding of bikes. To get your

Are Cheap Chinese Carbon Frames Too Good To be True? | Ask GMBN Tech

Are Cheap Chinese Carbon Frames Too Good To be True? | Ask GMBN Tech

(sword slicing against metal) – Welcome to Ask GMBN Tech this is our weekly Q&A session. So if you got any tech related mountain bike questions, fire them into the email address at the bottom of the screen, or you can add those comments in the description below. If you’re emailing us just use the

Should You Buy Alloy Or Carbon Mountain Bike? | Ask GMBN Tech

Should You Buy Alloy Or Carbon Mountain Bike? | Ask GMBN Tech

– Welcome to Ask GMBN Tech. Of course this is the weekly Q and A show. You ask the questions, and we try and give you the right answers. Get your questions into the email address on the bottom of the screen there, or get involved in those comments. Don’t forget to use the hashtag

Mountain Bike Fit And Body Position Clinic | Ask GMBN Tech Special

Mountain Bike Fit And Body Position Clinic | Ask GMBN Tech Special

here at GMB and tech we get a lot of questions about the effects of ill bike set on basically how that affects you when you're riding on the trail things I'm talking about stuff like numb hands not be enough to keep the front wheel down when you're climbing maybe struggling to lift the