GCN Vs John Degenkolb

GCN Vs John Degenkolb

– Trek-Segafredo’s new signing John Degenkolb may have won Paris-Roubaix and Milan–San Remo in the same year, 10 stages of the Vuelta, and Gent Wevelgem for good measure, amongst numerous other victories; but can he make the grade in the GCN versus John Degenkolb challenge where he’ll face the barista challenge, the thigh-biceps circumference off,

Johan Museeuw’s Colnago C40 Pro Bike

Johan Museeuw’s Colnago C40 Pro Bike

– [Man] For cycling fans over a certain age, this bike will almost undoubtedly have, at some point, been your dream bike, if it’s not still today. Because this is a classic Colnago C40. But then, even more than that, this is a legendary Mapei Team Colgnago C40. And if that’s not enough still, this

7 Of Cycling’s Legendary One Hit Wonders

7 Of Cycling’s Legendary One Hit Wonders

(whooshing) – History, music and sport are peppered with names who made an impact once, only to never quite scale those dizzy heights again. So we thought we would celebrate the achievements of some cyclists who recorded that career defining victory. This video is a celebration of the opportunistic riders who didn’t win much but

GCN’s 5 Cycling Holiday Destinations

GCN’s 5 Cycling Holiday Destinations

– [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 Cobbles Have A Place In The Tour de France? | The GCN Show Ep. 288

Do Cobbles Have A Place In The Tour de France? | The GCN Show Ep. 288

– Stuck in a forest in the middle of nowhere. – [All] Welcome to the GCN Show. – Welcome to the GCN Show, brought to you by Wiggle. – Coming up this week, do cobbles belong in the Tour de France? Or are they simply too dangerous? – We also take a look at the

The Coolest Bikes At Eurobike 2019 Part 2 | Jon’s Unmissable Highlights

The Coolest Bikes At Eurobike 2019 Part 2 | Jon’s Unmissable Highlights

– Now I’m really spoiled for choice here when it comes to my favorite bikes because people always come up to me and say to me, what’s the best bit you’ve seen so far? So here’s some of them, but before we go on, make sure you subscribe to the channel and also click that

Paris-Roubaix 2017: GCN’s Top 9 Riders To Watch

Paris-Roubaix 2017: GCN’s Top 9 Riders To Watch

– 2017 marks the 115th edition of the great race called Paris-Roubaix. It starts in Compiègne and finishes 257 kilometres later in the famous Roubaix Velodrome. And in between they have more cobbles than last year a total of 55 kilometres to be exact only adding to the bone-rattling experience of the riders this Sunday.

Paris-Roubaix & Itzulia Basque Country | The Cycling Race News Show

Paris-Roubaix & Itzulia Basque Country | The Cycling Race News Show

Welcome back, this week the cobbled classics conclude on Northern France with Paris Roubaix, we have the sprinters classic, Scheldeprijs, stage racing in the Basque Country and the Netherlands, plus records tumble in the velodrome at the Commonwealth Games. It is with great sadness though that I have to start this week’s show by telling

Fabian Cancellara: A Legend’s Ride

Fabian Cancellara: A Legend’s Ride

The first time I met Fabian, it was during the Tour of Qatar. The last 10 km, he was riding 60 kph and the peloton cannot catch him, and cannot pass him on the finish line. So that was the first time I saw Fabian Cancellara riding so fast. The first time that I saw

4 Iconic Italian Bicycle Brands

4 Iconic Italian Bicycle Brands

– Italy is well known for its cycling passion, its immensely rich heritage making arguably the spiritual home of the sport that we all love. Now along with some of the most stunning roads, amazing cuisine, and greatest cycling legends, Italy has produced some of the finest bicycles that have ever been ridden. And here’s