– From 3370 meters above sea level at Alto de la Cuchilla in Colombia, welcome to the GCN Show. – Welcome to the GCN Show. – This week, cycling’s weirdest laws from around the world. Are you in danger of breaking them? – We are also edging ever closer to cycling’s equivalent of the sub
– 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?
– Just a view days before Ironman Hawaii, David McNamee was good enough to let us follow him whilst meeting up with a few of his key sponsors. Giving us a sneak behind the scenes viewpoint of some of the exciting perks of being a top professional athlete here at Ironman Hawaii. (electronic typing) So
From punching bag to poster child in one press release For quite some time now Canyon have been my Example that I’ve gone to for having conflicting policies when it comes to indoor training usage on their bikes From being heavily involved in the promotion of indoor cycling, Smart trainers, even having their own e-sport
In 1965, a young lawyer named Ralph Nader published a book titled Unsafe at Any Speed, which was a harsh critique of automotive safety. One chapter of the book was dedicated to the curious handling of the Chevy Corvair. Nader called it “the one-car accident.” So I’ve arranged to drive a Corvair, and not just
Rev up your engines, nathanal says, scotty what’s your thoughts on Suzuki as a brand as they reliable and well made, ok well here’s the thing they make screaming killer motorcycles, I use to have a Suzuki, racing Suzuki man that thing was fast, it would go 170 mph like that, but their cars are