In Between The Races with Thömus RN Swiss Bike Team | SHIMANO

In Between The Races with Thömus RN Swiss Bike Team | SHIMANO

The track in Val Di Sole was quite cool. It was proper mountain bike. The uphills were at bit too steep for my taste… …but the downhills I really liked. They were fast, some jumps. I think for the spectators it was great, also for the riders. – For me the start went really well.

Tracy Moseley – Make Your Mark | SHIMANO

Tracy Moseley – Make Your Mark | SHIMANO

In my mind I feel like I’d love to be between the tapes… …and pushing the limits and seeing… …how fast I could go. At the speed that we ride… …some of the amazing technologies… …made the sport go from looking kind of quick… …to looking ridiculously fast. My riding now has become so far

Shimano SLX 12 Speed M7100 Derailleur vs XT M8100

Shimano SLX 12 Speed M7100 Derailleur vs XT M8100

Hi folks! After sharing the details of this battle-tested XTR derailleur with you I’ve introduced the XT not too long ago, and today I have the SLX. So why don’t we take a closer look at the SLX vs XT and see if it’s worth the upgrade or not. If XT and XTR coming in

Di2 Mountain Bike Technology Explained | SHIMANO

Di2 Mountain Bike Technology Explained | SHIMANO

We sweat our way up mountains… …where our efforts are rewarded in every pedal stroke… …corner… …and air. Always searching for new places that our bikes can take us. It’s what moves us forward. For over ninety years Shimano’s drive to innovate has been fueled by cyclists. We’re constantly searching for ways to make the

Change Gear Like A Pro | How To Change Gear On A Mountain Bike

Change Gear Like A Pro | How To Change Gear On A Mountain Bike

– There’s a familiar sound that echoes around the hillsides. (bike gears grinding) Not only does it sound terrible, but it sounds expensive as well because grinding and crunching your gears cannot only snap your chain but also wear out your drive train really quickly. (upbeat music) (electronic swooshing) You really need to check your

1×12 Eagle GX Upgrade / Install, Ride Impressions

1×12 Eagle GX Upgrade / Install, Ride Impressions

Hey everyone, exciting times here. I finally got all the parts to do an upgrade on my drivetrain. I’m upgrading to a GX Eagle 12 speed from SRAM, you can see the cassette here, the rear derailleur. I’m going to be using this with the 32T oval from OneUp. An X01 shifter, and the chain

Retro Shimano XTR Vs Modern Shimano XTR | What’s Changed In 27 Years Of MTB?

Retro Shimano XTR Vs Modern Shimano XTR | What’s Changed In 27 Years Of MTB?

– The latest Shimano XTR group set in transmission represents the absolute pinnacle of design right now. It’s a phenomenal setup with so much tech, but ever since I made the video over on GMBN Tech last year all about it, I’ve been thinking we needed to do something else, just to show how relevant

Road Bike Tech We Want To See In The Future: How Can Cycling Get Better? | GCN Tech Show Ep.94

Road Bike Tech We Want To See In The Future: How Can Cycling Get Better? | GCN Tech Show Ep.94

(exploding) – Welcome to the GCN tech show. This week we’ve got a bike that you can ride on water, and some new waterproofs, too, because you’re probably going to need them. – Yeah, handy. Also got your upgrades, the Bike Vault, and our main talking point, future tech that me and Jon want to

More Eagle GX 12 Speed Details – Adjustments, Chainline, Racing it

More Eagle GX 12 Speed Details – Adjustments, Chainline, Racing it

Hi everyone after riding the Eagle for a little while, long enough to get some battle scars here on the derailleur, I thought I will give you a few more of my findings, all kind of stuff that I couldn’t fit in that installation video. So here we go. Quick look at the shifting performance

How Do Bike Gears Work? | Bicycle Gears Explained

– Bicycles have gears to help you ride more efficiently when going uphill, downhill, and on the flat across all varied terrain. Without easy gears, you’d grind to a halt when trying to go up steep hills and without bigger gears, well you wouldn’t be able to pedal fast enough when going downhill. But how