– Now, your E-Bike motor is a super capable and powerful unit, and it can provide assistance for the nastiest climbs. That is, if you provide it with the correct cadence. So, today, we’re taking a look at cadence, and how it can affect your ride. (smooth rock music) – So, what actually is cadence?
(metallic whooshing) (rustic flamenco music) – I moved to Girona because I’ve heard it was a great place for riding but I could never imagine how incredible it was. It’s cyclists everywhere, the roads are amazing, the food is incredible, and the weather. Okay, I’m going to stop here because I think I’m getting you
♪ (dramatic music) ♪ David Lama, the guy I’m climbing with, was in diapers when I came up here and chose this route. He’s crushing it today. Zion has a special place, many of my formative climbs took place there. One of them was the Streaked Wall, I climbed with Mugs Stump. The first time
– We have been invited by our partner Zwift here to Cape Town for Team Dimension Data’s get together to witness the final of a quite incredible competition. So, over 9,000 cyclists registered for the Zwift Academy a couple of months ago, and they’ve been whittled down gradually through a series of group workouts, group
– Hi, this is the Jones’ with Springfield Brewing Company. – On Red Mountain Pass in Ouray, Colorado, welcome to the GCN Show. – Welcome to the GCN Show. – This week, phrases that no cyclist wants to hear. Now you can either avoid using them, or deploy them with devastating effect. – We’ve also
(wheels spinning on road) (rhythmic breathing) – [Dan, With Sunglasses] Climbing. It’s brutal. It’s painful. But it’s so incredibly satisfying. And coming up, is all you really need to know about riding up hills. (techno music) – Firstly, and most importantly, the most effective way of riding up a climb comfortably is to pace yourself.
– Do you wanna get fitter and faster in 2018? Thought so. Well here are five killer training sessions to help you do just that. (upbeat music) For each of these training sessions you want to get at least 10 minutes of a warmup in at the start, and at least five minutes cooling down