– Nutrition can prove to be a controversial subject here on GCN. And one part in particular, stokes an awful lot of debate, more than disc brakes, more than sock length, more even, than Lance Armstrong, and it is veganism. In particular, can you be a vegan professional cyclist? So we thought we’d try and
– Now I’m pretty keen on carpentry and I’ve gotta be cuz I’m currently renovating my own farm cottage as well as being mad keen on bikes, as we all know. Now something that happens when you’ve got lots of bikes is they have a tendency to lie up against one another and they get
– [Both] From the top of Mount Krumpit, This is “The GCN Show.” – Welcome to “The GCN Show,” brought to you by Wiggle. – This week, we’re no longer cyclists. We’re people. Who sometimes ride bikes. All will be explained later. – We’ve also got dog cross, dandelion tires, probably the best aero bod
(whooshing) (slamming) (light music) – Tubeless tires are certainly becoming increasingly popular with the drop bar fraternity, and with that punctures are becoming less popular which let’s face it, is great news. But a question we do get asked over and over is, how do I clean dried up tubeless sealant from a bike frame.
– [Narrator] Summer is here! And here at GCN, we are meticulously planning our next vacation. Of course, it wouldn’t be fair to leave the bike at home now, would it? So, here are five destinations to inspire your next cycling holiday. You may have watched the Spring Classics and dismissed Belgium on account of
– Do you constantly find yourself at the carpark waiting for your mates to turn up? Do you ever wonder what to do with all that spare time? Well, here are some completely nonessential but equally fun skills for you to practice whilst waiting for your mates. Riding backwards. This is a good test of
– You may not be aware of it, but you could well be destroying your bike, sometimes in an instant and sometimes just accelerating the natural wear of components. Today then, we’re going to look at some of the ways in which you could well be destroying your bike, and importantly, how to combat it.