(yawns) – Morning all. Right, in this video we’re going to see how quickly we can pull this caravan with a bicycle. (upbeat music) Okay, we’re off. (grunt) Man that’s hard. – [Narrator] Mark Beaumont is perhaps best known for his epic feats of cycling ultra endurance, most notably cycling around the world in just
– Steamboat Springs, Colorado, population 12,088. A cycling paradise and home to one of cycling’s true artisans manufacturers, Moots. The grand masters of titanium. Last year they lent me a Route 45 gravel bike to ride in Iceland. And now we’re here to see how they practice their craft, how they actually make titanium bikes.
in the last episode of this video series I showed you how to create your own sensored ESC in order to power an electric bike wheel with low voltages but since the achieved rotation speed was too slow and not many people want to create their own ESC for an E-bike conversion let’s rather switch
(collisions reverberating) – We’ve looked at the myths surrounding carbon fiber. We’ve lifted the lid on aluminum. We’ve investigated whether steel is in fact real; it was. But, there is still a big gap in the GCN Material Sciences Course. And that, is titanium. For a while, in the early ’90s, titanium was going to
I've always wanted to know what nitrous will do to a small engine and we've got a four-stroke bicycle engine kit that we've installed on a bicycle to make it a little more interesting additionally we have a see-through engine so we can actually see what nitrous oxide looks like inside the combustion chamber so
in a previous video we put together a two-stroke bike build it turned out to be a rather nice kit some people don't like that two-stroke smoke so I've had a lot of requests to do a four-stroke bike build once you put the four-stroke bike build together today we're gonna go ahead and do