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JUST BREATHE (A Cycling Motivation Story)

Pretty much my cycling story, got fat, got a bike, fell in love, got dropped, got motivated, got fast-ish, ate better food, started racing, lost, a lot, did ok, burnt out, yadyadyada.... Just watch it, I super hope you dig it and it makes you get out and ride.


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How to become a better climber | Operation Hill Climb | Cycling Weekly

Hill climbs are a very British tradition, with no such culture existing in other major cycling nations. | Subscribe to Cycling Weekly here:

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If you tried to explain the logic behind driving four hours to ride a one-minute time trial up Monsal Head to an Italian they would surely think you a little special. I decided to throw myself into this years hill-climbing season - I wanted to immerse myself in this cycling sub culture and find out what the appeal is. For many people, the idea of turning yourself inside out with a lung busting effort, up a brutally steep climb in typical autumnal British weather at 9am on a Sunday is far removed from what constitutes 'fun.' I also wanted to explore it takes to succeed in these short but intense events. If I stopped eating cake, got a mega light bike and trained like a pro, could I go from zero to hero? Probably not, but I thought I would give it a go anyway!



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Smaller Wheels, More Fun? 650B VS 700C

So what are 650B wheels and are they really more fun to ride? We took to the gravel roads of Wales to find out.

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Our mates over at Zipp have just lent us these rather cool bikes to check out their new 303 Firecrest wheels which are available in a smaller size. 650b. If you’re a road rider, you probably haven’t ever had to think about wheel sizes much, if at all. Road bikes have what are called 700c wheels, and that’s pretty much that.

But increasingly, there is an alternative. This smaller alternative, called 650b. They are an interesting proposition, they potentially help to improve the design of smaller bikes, but then there is also a new crop of bikes that use this size to give way more versatility, but maintain agility and speed by pairing Smaller rims with bigger tyres. The promise is that they can make drop bar bikes more fun.

We can’t wait to give them a proper go. On road, off road, uphill and down. What’s all the fuss about?

WHAT’S 650B?
Well let’s back up a bit before we start talking about fun, you can be excused for not knowing what on earth we’re talking about. So what is it?

A 650b wheel has a diameter of 584mm. A 700c wheel has a diameter of 622mm. And yes, the names are confusing, we’ll unearth that mystery a little later on.

The concept for improving smaller bikes is a simple one, you don’t have to make sacrifices to the geometry in order to squeeze bigger wheels under the rider, but what’s with the fun thing?
Well it too is a simple idea. Smaller diameter rims allow you to fit bigger tyres while still keeping the overall diameter the same size as a road wheel. This gives the same geometry and handling characteristics as a normal road bike, but the added tyre width means that you are not restricted to the road. Not at all in fact.

Or at least that’s the theory. Until Zipp lent us a pair of their new 650b 303 Firecrest tubeless disc wheels we’d never had the opportunity to try. They are tubeless compatible, disc specific and they have the super aero Firecrest shape.
As you can tell by the fact that we’re squeaky clean, we still haven’t tried them so to put that right we’ve planned another epic GCN gravel ride!!!!!!!! We’re going to tick something off the bucket list. Riding up there.

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Powertap P1 Pedal Powermeter | Review | Cycling Weekly

Here is our long-term review of the PowerTap P1 Pedals. It may be one of the most versatile and easy-to-install power meters on the market, but how does it perform? | Subscribe to Cycling Weekly here:

Power meters are becoming increasingly popular and consumer demand is driving down the price. I first had a look at the new PowerTap P1 pedals in February 2015 and subsequently got hold of a pair for long-term testing. I have put the PowerTap P1 pedals through almost everything – road racing, audaxes, criteriums, time trials and the cold, sleet, snow, rain, salt, component-destroying cocktail of British winter roads.

As of 2017 I have also reviewed the single-sided version, the much more affordable PowerTap P1S. You can read about that further down the page.

As an experienced user and fan of Garmin Vector pedals, I was keen to see how the two systems compare. Garmin recently released an updated version of Vector, the Vector 2, but I was disappointed to see that pedals still feature a separate pod. I much prefer the self-contained design of the PowerTap pedals.

The retail price for the PowerTap P1 is currently £999, making it considerably cheaper than the £1,199 Garmin Vectors. The single-sided Vector S is available for around £800 but PowerTap argues that for £200 more you can get double-sided measurement with its system. The P1S single-sided version has a retail price of £550

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3 Day Cycling Camp On The California Coast (My FULL Experience)

I take you through my FULL experience of the FREE 3 day cycling camp in San Luis Obispo. Its every year on the first weekend in December. Its not a full on organized FONDO, more just a good group of guys and gals riding bikes together on the Central Coast of California.

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Cormet de Roselend via Col du Pré - Cycling Inspiration & Education

The centre feature of Stage 11 of the 2018 Tour de France from Albertville to La Rosière, the Cormet de Roselend has been the scene of much drama over the years (more on that later), however it’s surprising that it has taken until this year for the race to visit the Col du Pré. Naturally if there’s a chance to bag an extra col or two then we’re never going to let that opportunity pass us by!

From the beautiful alpine village of Beaufort in the Savoie department of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alps you've got two choices when tackling the Cormet de Roselend. Head straight out of town on the D925 and you'll pick up the main road for the traditional climb but, should you take the unassuming D218A in the direction of Arêches then you also have the opportunity to bag the hidden gem of the Col du Pré.

If you're a dairy lover then you're definitely in the right place. Beaufort is famous for its locally produced cheese, although you may want to refrain from this until after the ride as the Roselend in this direction is a long one, 25 kilometres from start to summit.

If it's a piping hot day then the shelter from the trees is often welcomed on the main road, the lesser known climb of the Pré is very different in character, winding its way through meadows and past wooden chalets while those famous cows peacefully graze away all day long. To think that the Pré is the easy option would be an oversight, taking this route actually adds 5 kilometres to the climb with only a moment or two to recover from its steep pitches, often at or beyond 10%.

It's as you crest the Pré's summit at 1,748m elevation that it becomes clear as to exactly why you've decided to suffer the extra 5 kilometres. With snowcapped views of the Mont Blanc Massif, the turquoise water of Lac de Roselend is nothing short of mesmerising. Take a second to recover and absorb the moment as you descend towards the Barrage de Roselend.

Constructed in the 1950's the primary purpose of the barrage is to produce hydroelectric power. At 804m in length and with a height of 150m, the dam stores up to 187 million cubic metres of water, making it a truly intriguing and impressive feat of mountain engineering.

Climbing back to the main road we actually bag the 1,605m Col du Méraillet too (#bonus) although aside from the sign you'd be hard pressed to realise that you've added another col to your collection. Tracing your way along the shore of Lac de Roselend this is your last chance to recover before the final 5.7 kilometres to the summit of the Roselend. As water tumbles down from alpine waterfalls, on a fine summer's day there are few places in the world so idyllic.

Although Mother Nature can be fickle at times! First used in the 1979 Tour de France the Roselend has witnessed much drama over the years, none more so than in 1996 when treacherous conditions saw race leader Stéphane Heulot abandon in tears just 2 kilometres from the summit, Belgian Johan Bruyneel overshoot a tight left-hand bend on the descent (disappearing into a ravine to the gasps of all watching) before the whole world witnessed the seemingly unstoppable Miguel Indurain crack on the final climb to Les Arcs, bringing Big Mig's dominant rein in the Tour to a dramatic end.

Fortunately today the weather was on our side and we were able to appreciate the true beauty of the Col du Pré and Cormet de Roselend. I hope one day you have the opportunity to explore them for yourself and can feel the true magic that both bring. The legend of the Roselend lives on!

Start: Beaufort
Length: 25km
Summit: 1,968m
Elevation gain: 1,188m
Average gradient: 5.6%
Max gradient: 12.7%
Ridden in July

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Can you pass UCI's pro test? | Cycling Weekly

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6 Climbing Mistakes To Avoid When Cycling | GCN Pro Tips

Riding uphill is hard enough as it is, don't make it tougher than it needs to be. Matt is here with 6 mistakes to avoid.

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To make climbs more pleasant, and allow you to get up and over them faster, ex-professional cyclist Matt Stephens presents 6 mistakes that you need to avoid
In no particular order they are as follows:
1. Don't go into the red! Pace yourself, don't go flat out at the bottom.
2. Under gearing, spin to win is all well and good, but spinning at a very high cadence is simply not efficient.
3. Over gearing. You may damage your knees, and simply you are not mechanically efficient when grinding a big gear. Plus, you run the risk of actually coming to a standstill if the gradient is severe enough!
4. Shifting under load. Make sure you change gear at the right time, a poorly timed shift can result in a jammed chain due to the torque involved.
5. Climbing on the tops. Don't climb out of the saddle on the tops of the handlebars, it is very twitchy and you don't have as much control.
6. Eating. Avoid stuffing lots of energy food into your mouth on a climb. You will be unable to take in enough oxygen as the food is blocking it's passage.

Those are just some mistakes to avoid!


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Hot Or Not? 2018 Pro Cycling Kits Reviewed | The GCN Show Ep. 261

Welcome to the GCN Show! This week we’re talking pro team kits, are they hot? Or are they Not? Let us know your opinions in the comments below.

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In racing news this week we’ve got a rundown of the Australasian national championships, including a number of hat-tricks and a questionable victory salute. If you love hearing about racing, make sure you give our brand new Race News Show a watch.

We’re also talking about traffic safety when riding, the UKs longest cycling tunnel, and Team Sunweb’s anti-doping efforts. Not to mention all your old favourites, like hack or bodge, tech of the week, and wattage bazooka.

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Why You’ll Shed Weight Cycling, And Why You Won’t | GCN Show Ep. 252

On this week’s GCN show we’ve got a number of ways to lose ways through cycling, some new world tour kits, and an exclusive interview with Gerard Vroomen of 3T. All this as well as all your usual GCN show favourites!

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Commuting by bike is as good as going to the gym for weight loss. A study by the University Of Copenhagen showed significant weight loss from a reasonably short daily commute.

We’ve learned that the newly crowned Bake Off champion Sophie Faldo is also a very handy cyclist, a national masters track champion in fact!

Si has a look at the brand new EF Education First team kit at the Rouleur Classic.

Former UCI President Brian Cookson has announced his intention to start a women’s world tour cycling team.

On tech of the week, we’ve got an in depth look at the brand new 3T Strada that will be raced by Aqua Blue in the 2018 season

Mathieu Van der Poel continued his dominant season, adding the European championship to his bulging palmares. Sanne Cant won the women’s championship in a close fought battle with Lucinda Brand

We award the first ever Hack of the Month to Lucia Adsett for her derailleur clamp, chain fixing hack from last week.

Finally, in Extreme Corner this week we’ve got a crash that we could watch again and again 😂

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Johannes Bornlöf - Epic Trailer 04

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Cycling - Road Race - Men | London 2012 Olympic Games

CR01 - Men - Road Race - Cycling Road - 28 July 2012 - London 2012 Olympic Games

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Hottest Products 2018 | Cycling Weekly

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How Your Fitness Develops Overtime (Cycling Tips For Beginners)

We are talking about how your fitness develops overtime in your journey through cycling. This video is more for the cyclist that is just starting out. These cycling tips are pretty simplified and put into a visually easy way to understand.

There is so much more to how your fitness develops but for someone who is just a beginner in cycling doesn't need to be bogged down with the super complex training principles.

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GCN's Toughest Cyclists Of All Time | Volume 4

We’ve listened to your suggestions of who should be included in the next World Toughest riders videos and the results are here. Four more resolute, resilient, robust and rugged riders from who’ve made the grade.

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Lauren Dolan: At only 17 years of old Lauren Dolan is the youngest rider to be included in our ‘Toughest’ video so far, due to her quite incredible feat of bravery in the Junior World TT in Bergen Norway that saw her draw praise from all quarters of the cycling world, due by her astounding mental and physical fortitude at such a tender age.

Roger de Vlaeminck: Victorious in stages in all 3 Grand Tours and a winner of every monument.. Add to 4 Paris Roubaix’s.. 3 Milan San Remos, 2 Tour of Lombardys and one each at The Tour of Flanders and Liege Bastogne Liege and you get a fuller sense of the measure of this man’s capacity to suffer and succeed at the toughest races.

Amanda Coker: 24 year old American Amanda Coker is one tough bike rider, make no bones about it. She’s also the holder of the world record for greatest distance ever ridden in a year by any cyclist. The eye popping total? 86,573 miles. That’s around 236.8 miles a day for 365 days.. Without a day off.

Wim Van Est: In the 1951 edition of the Tour de France a breakaway victory on stage 12 saw Van Est become the first ever Dutchman to wear the maillot jaune, which he wore with pride on the following day as the race headed into the Pyrenees. However, during a furious solo chase on the descent of the Col d’Aubisque, he punctured and lost control, plunging 70 metres into a ravine.

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Pro Men's 2017 Road National Championship from Knoxville, TN. Presented commercial free.

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