(electronic whirring) – All right, welcome back then to another episode of the GCN Tech Clinic, where we try and solve your bike-related problems. So if you’ve got a tech issue which has been plaguing you and you just cannot fix it, leave it down there in the comment section below and I’ll do my
– A multi tool should be a staple item for any cyclist to take with them on a ride, no matter how well-tuned and fettled your bike, mechanical problems can still happen, ones that can be easily fixed if you’ve got the right tool with you. The question is though, what is the right multi
– This might be the only gym video on YouTube that’s not about getting buff, ripped, shredded and hench. Instead, it’s about getting stronger. Hopefully. (smooth music) (energetic techno music) – Cyclists are not renowned as being a particularly muscled and buff crowd, even if you wouldn’t get that impression from the two you see
(tranquil music) – There are loads of different post-ride routines out there. And to be honest I reckon mine are the best. Hey Opie. – Yo, I’m not so sure about that though to be honest. So in this video, we’re gonna be telling you the dos and the don’ts for the perfect post-ride routine.
– Have you got some spare cash laying around and you fancy upgrading something on your bike? Or maybe, a loved one asks you, what would you like for your birthday? What can I get you for Christmas? And you’re struggling for some inspiration. Well, here’s five great upgrades that you could make for under
GCN’s top 10 ways for cyclists to save money. Commute to work. One of the great things about cycling for transportation is that the day-to-day cost is significantly lower than driving a car or taking public transport. The added benefit is that you can put riding into your daily schedule, which is perfect for those