How To Win Bike Races | The Art Of The Sprint Lead Out

– [Narrator] Winning bike races. Now there are a few techniques that will help increase the chances of a team’s victory. Time after time again, pros like Potocki, Cipollini and Mark Cavendish very much relied on the lead out. But what is it? – The lead out, delivering the fastest finisher in your team, or […]

How To Cycle Even Faster | GCN’s Tips For Fast Riding

Manon: Do you want to ride faster than ever? James: In this video we are going to give you tips and tricks to get you smashing them PBs and flying. [music] Manon: The obvious one is working on reducing your aerodynamic drag or spending a load of money on new biking kit, but there are […]

A Step Too Far? Paris Tours The Latest Race To Go Extreme | The Cycling Race News Show

Welcome back to the GCN Racing News Show – a busy week in the world of pro cycling, Italy continues to build up to Il Lombardia with the Giro dell’Emilia and the GP Beghelli, the sprinters have their showdown in the Munsterland Giro, but don’t have it their own way in a revised Paris Tours […]

How To Setup Your Bike For The Cobbles Of Paris – Roubaix

– Riding over cobbles can be a brutal experience. Watching the pros do it on TV doesn’t even come close to doing it justice. These things are rough. And the really cruel thing about cobbles is that the slower you go, the rougher they feel. – But the good news is you can make things […]

How Much Does Your Bike Weigh? GCN Asks The Pros At The UAE Tour

– Virtually every professional cyclist wants their bike to be matching the UCI’s minimum weight limit of 6.8 kilos, especially with something like that ahead of them in a race. Jebel Hafeet here at the UAE tour. So, I’m gonna go and ask them just before they tackle this stage how much their bike weighs. […]

Deceuninck Double At Cobbled Classics + Another Doping Scandal | The Cycling Racing News Show

(beeping) (upbeat music) – This week on the GCN Racing News show, the cobbles are here, we’ll be going over the main talking points in the men’s and woman’s opening weekends. Meanwhile we’re still no clearer as to who the fastest sprinter in the world is after the conclusion of the UAE tour. World records […]

Indoor Cycling Training – 25 Minute HIIT Blast

– We’re off for a quick 25 minute interval blast. Let’s work together on this ride and help take our training to the next level. Follow the effort levels as a guide and work within your own capabilities. The effort levels are measured on a rate of perceived exertion scale. Level one representing very light […]

Critérium du Dauphiné, Hammer Series & Dirty Kanza | The Cycling Race News Show

(countdown sound effect) – Welcome to the GCN Racing News Show. This week, the Critérium du Dauphiné starts it of with a bang. (screeching and skidding tires) Ouch. We’ve also got the second round of the Hammer Series in Limburg, a thrilling LOTTO Thüringen Ladies Tour, the Gran Premio Lugano, the Tour Luxembourg, and possibly […]

Ski Mountaineering | Skimo Crosstraining For Cyclists In The Winter

– In today’s video, we’re going to learn how to do donuts in a parking lot in a rental car with Tim Johnson. That’s actually not what we’re going to do. My GCN colleagues over in the UK tend to make videos about riding in the winter but every time I see one I look […]

5 Rules All Cyclists Should Obey | How To Ride On The Road Safely

– Rules are there to be broken right? – In some cases yes. We at GCN are not proponent of the sometimes snobbish rules others swear by. However there are a few rules we like to stick to. – Coming up are our top rules that you should always obey. – Lets go for a […]