10 Marginal Marginal Gains That Will Make You Cycle (A Tiny Bit) Faster

10 Marginal Marginal Gains That Will Make You Cycle (A Tiny Bit) Faster

– The aggregation of marginal gains. Yep, the methodology made famous by Sir Dave Brailsford, in his pursuit, to turn British cycling, and then later Team Sky into winning organizations. The thinking being that if you can improve everything you do by just one percent, then these small improvements, added up over a long period

Gravel Vs Road Tyres | How Much Slower Are Gravel Tyres?

Gravel Vs Road Tyres | How Much Slower Are Gravel Tyres?

(electronic slicing) – A mixture of common sense and established science tells us that a road bike specific tire will be faster on a road compared to a gravel tire and a gravel tire will be faster on gravel. – But by how much? We’re going to do some simple experiments to find out exactly

Training Statistics To Improve Your Performance | Triathlon Training Explained

Training Statistics To Improve Your Performance | Triathlon Training Explained

(upbeat music) – Welcome back to Triathlon Training explained powered by Training Peaks. This week, we’re going to be getting a little bit geeky and looking at the numbers that you aren’t currently using, but really should be. (upbeat music) Stats and numbers can be pretty useful for a personal analysis. I say they’re essential

How To Think Yourself Faster | Psychology For Cyclists

How To Think Yourself Faster | Psychology For Cyclists

– It’s no exaggeration to say that this GCN video could revolutionise your cycling, because your head could make or break your ability on the bike. So, coming up are some tips on how to get the most out of it, but first, we need to talk about pain. (intense rock music) When we’re riding

How Do I Stop Getting Dropped? | Ask GCN Anything

How Do I Stop Getting Dropped? | Ask GCN Anything

– Hello and welcome to ask GCN anything. It’s that video where each week we answer your questions about cycling. And if you wanna ask some for next week, just stick them in the comment section below this one, or, submit them on social media using the hashtag torqueback, or a new one, which is

The Future Of Indoor Cycle Training?

The Future Of Indoor Cycle Training?

– We’re here in Madison, Wisconsin, a place that I have fantastic memories of from my time as a rider. Madison has so many awesome cycling amenities and culture, it’s literally everywhere, it’s not hard to see why so many people are riding. I’m actually compiling a video about the best places to ride in

GCN Asks The Pros | Should Power Meters Be Banned From Racing?

GCN Asks The Pros | Should Power Meters Be Banned From Racing?

– Now, there’s been some murmurs for a while and also now there’s been some pretty outspoken comments too regarding should powermeters be removed from the teams bikes at the Tour de France to try and liven up the races? Well, I’ve decided to actually ask professionals what they think of this matter. Let’s go

Christmas Rapid Fire Special | Ask GCN Anything About Cycling

Christmas Rapid Fire Special | Ask GCN Anything About Cycling

(upbeat holiday music) – Welcome to another edition of Ask GC Anything. But as it’s Christmas, this is gonna be a very special edition of Ask GC Anything. It’s gonna be a rapid fire round only. 25 questions, yes, 25 questions, all rattled off as quickly as I can, inspired a couple of weeks ago

Track Sprints, Heart Rate Zones + Recovery From Broken Bones | Ask GCN Anything

Track Sprints, Heart Rate Zones + Recovery From Broken Bones | Ask GCN Anything

– Welcome to Ask GCN Anything, and you might be wondering why we’re in cycling kit, and that’s because we’re in Mallorca for the first GCN event ever. – I’m wondering why we’re in kit, because I’m cold. – Are you? – Yeah. Anyway, coming up this week, we answer your questions on heart rate

E-Bike Battery Care And Maintenance

E-Bike Battery Care And Maintenance

– The heart of the eBike is a battery. These things are great devices, storing a lot of energy in a small space. If looked after properly, these things can last a long, long time, but you need to take care of them on and off your bike. Today’s video we’re gonna be looking at