Inside The Canyon Factory – GCN Tours The Canyon Bicycles HQ

Simon takes a look inside the Canyon Bicycles HQ in Koblenz, Germany. With production, the R&D test lab, and engineering facilities all on site, there’s plenty too see. Plus, they have nice coffee. And, of course, nice bikes. Subscribe to GCN: Get exclusive GCN gear in the GCN store! Canyon have been selling bikes direct — and only direct — since 1998. The whole online shopping experience is totally different from heading over to your local bike shop, so we’ve been interested to tour Canyon’s facility and have a look around for a while. With plenty of stunning bikes, a busy production line, some as-yet–unreleased products, and a couple of special products, we reckon it’s safe to say that the Canyon factory is a feast for the ey

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5 Ways To Make Your Road Bike Faster

How fast you go on your bike is mainly down to fitness. But, how can you — working with the bike that you have — make it go faster? Here are five ways. Subscribe to GCN: Get exclusive GCN gear in the GCN store! Sign up to the GCN newsletter: While aerodynamics, fitness and your bike’s weight will all make a difference to how fast you go. The fact is that they all require some sort of investment in time or money. The suggestions in this video will — in some cases — cost you a little but of money, but, for the most part they are cheap and effective ways to make your bike go just a little bit faster. Watch more on GCN… How to index your rear derailleur â-¶ï¸Ž How to index you

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Cheap Bike Vs. Super Bike | What's The Difference?

In association with Shimano. Black Friday Shop Range! Subscribe to GCN: Register your interest in the GCN Club: How much difference is there between a Canyon superbike with the latest Shimano Dura Ace R9170 Hydraulic groupset, and a bike bought from Ebay for £90? Matt and Si compete in four challenges: climbing, descending, braking, and time trialling, to see how big the difference is between the two bikes. Although the differences are pretty big between the two bikes, its not to say that you can’t have a great time on a cheaper bike. Let us know what your dream bike is in the comments down below 💇 If you’d like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here’s the link 💍 Watch more

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Test Ride – 3/4 Mini Chopper – Resurrection 4

Become my Patreon member, get early access: UPDATE 2015-12-29: The bike and the other one I had like it was sold back in January 2013. Sorry to everyone that wants to buy them from me, but they are long gone. I got them from an company in Texas back in 2007. I don’t have their contact information or website address, they are no longer in business anymore. I paid a reasonable price (I will not discuss prices on here, so please don’t ask.) I keep getting asked if I can build something like this custom, and the answer is YES! But if you want me to build something like it for you (better than the original chinese junk this bike was built from) then send me a private message and lets discuss your budget. Thanks! This bike starts and runs really well, I didn’t run i

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Solar Powered E-Bike (Trike) Designed to Reduce City Traffic

The Veemo is an incredible fully enclosed electric assist bicycle with an 80 Watt solar panel on the roof to trickle charge the battery. It was designed by VeloMetro to be a shareable vehicle in Vancouver and eventually in cities around the world. The idea is that people can rent these e-bikes and use them as an extension of the public transportation system in a given city. The electric assist makes it possible for people with different fitness levels to use the bike, and to get around the city without breaking a sweat or getting wet if it’s raining. This ebike can go up to 30 km/hour and the battery gives it a range of 100km. To operate these electric bikes as a fleet, but without having expensive infrastructure, VeloMetro plans to have a battery swap system with a truck packed with

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Recorrido en Bicicleta por Buenos Aires

Salimos a pasear en bici por Buenos Aires, Argentina. Filmado con una SONY ACTION CAM Suscríbete a nuestro Canal

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Blazing MTB Trails in the Apennines – Bike Diaries – Part 2

CLICK CC for English! Bike Diaries follows four friends who endeavor to cross the Apennine Mountains on their mountain bikes, to reach the seacoast of Italy’s Liguria region. The ride traverses through deep backwoods, across streams, and through technical sections that have never seen a bike before. Part 2 follows the crew as continue their trek through the Apennines, logging miles and riding some untouched terrain. _ Experience the world of Red Bull like you have never seen it before. With the best action sports clips on the web and original series, prepare for your “stoke factor” to be at an all time high. See into our world: Red Bull on Facebook: Red Bull on Twitter: Subscribe to Red Bull on Youtube: http://

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Consecuencias de transportar la bicicleta en el coche incorrectamente. RACE

Los resultados del Crash Test, mostraron que transportar una bicicleta en el interior de un vehículo, sin la debida sujección, supone un alto riesgo de lesividad para los ocupantes, una disminución de la efectividad de los sistemas de protección, como cinturones y reposacabezas o airbag, y la posibilidad de que la carga salga eyectada fuera del vehículo e impacte sobre otros usuarios de la vía.

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How Bicycles Change Lives

A bicycle sparks a positive reaction that changes every aspect of a child’s life: • School attendance: Schools where children participate in BEEP see attendance rise by 18% • Academic results: Marks improve by 22% for children who are part of BEEP and riding a bicycle to school • Safety: 69% of children reported feeling safer commuting to and from school on a bicycle than when they walked • Free time: Commute time is reduced by 75% creating time for homework, chores and being a kid. Meet Simphiwe, a boy whose life was changed by a bicycle: Video link Join us in giving a gift of a bicycle and give hope to a child. Donate now: bicycleschangelives.org Not ready to donate? Click on the social share links to tell someone about this video.

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