How to change a shift cable on your MTB

How to change a shift cable on your MTB

Today, we’re going to learn how to change a gear cable. There are many reasons why you would do this. Gear cables wear out, get kinked, and stop working smoothly after a while. The reason I’m changing mine today is a bit more—complex. When I got this bike the dropper cable was routed to the

How To Service Your Shimano MTB Gears | Mountain Bike Maintenance

How To Service Your Shimano MTB Gears | Mountain Bike Maintenance

– Whilst the transmissions on most modern mountain bikes, works incredibly well in a variety of conditions, you still need to have smooth inner cables for it to work properly. Ideally, you wanna change your cables once a year, perhaps more if you ride in really wet conditions. So, here’s how you replace your cables.

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 & Fit Gear Cables On A Road Bike Like A Pro | Maintenance Monday

How To Replace & Fit Gear Cables On A Road Bike Like A Pro | Maintenance Monday

– Changing your gear cables could quite possibly be the best thing that you can do to improve the performance of your shifting. Putting new, good quality cable inners and outers on will improve the accuracy of your shifting. It’s gonna make your shifting action lighter. And particularly, it’s gonna help with troublesome downshifts, so

How to Change Your Rear Derailleur – Replacing Your Bike’s Rear Mech

How to Change Your Rear Derailleur – Replacing Your Bike’s Rear Mech

One of the most aggravating problems you can have with a bike is if the gears don’t change properly. So in this video, we are going to show you how to remove, replace, and adjust a Shimano rear mech. For the job, you’re going to need a set of Allen keys, a Philips screwdriver, some

Top 10 Cables Tie Hacks and Bodges | Mountain Bike Maintenance

Top 10 Cables Tie Hacks and Bodges | Mountain Bike Maintenance

– We love decent hack or bodge at GMBN, especially if they’re trailside-based. And of course, everyone knows that the ultimate thing to fix anything on your bike with is a cable tie. So here are 10 of the very best hacks and bodges you can do using cable ties. ♫ Hacks and bodges, hacks

How to Properly Adjust Bicycle Shifting

How to Properly Adjust Bicycle Shifting

The first step to adjusting the rear derailleur is to stretch out the rear derailleur wire by pre stretching the wire we help make our adjustments hold true for a longer period time. Grab the wire and pull the wire hard. It is more important to stretch a new wire. With an old wire you

Should You Drill Your Bike Frame For Internal Cable Routing? | GCN Tech Clinic

Should You Drill Your Bike Frame For Internal Cable Routing? | GCN Tech Clinic

– Back again with another episode of the GCN tech clinic where I hope to try and solve your bike related problems and queries and questions that you submit down there in the comments section below or on all forms of social media using the hashtag askgcntech. Next up is Dennis Wenzel, now Dennis says

How To Adjust + Index Your Gears – Mountain Bike Maintenance Tips

How To Adjust + Index Your Gears – Mountain Bike Maintenance Tips

Getting your gears shifting quickly and smoothly should be quite an easy job to do, but it takes a little bit of knowledge about how that system works first. A clean, well-lubed chain will make a big difference to how easily that chain shifts up and down that block, so do that first. Both front

Greg Van Avermaet’s Giant TCR Advanced SL | Tour de France 2019 Pro Bike

Greg Van Avermaet’s Giant TCR Advanced SL | Tour de France 2019 Pro Bike

– With it’s glinting gold custom paint job there’s no mistaking this bling bike as the one ridden by reigning Olympic champion, Greg Van Avermaet. This is his giant TCR Advanced SL. But before I tell you about all the cool details on this beautifully adorned bike subscribe to GCN if you haven’t already, and