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4 Tips To Enjoy A Sportive 04:35

4 Tips To Enjoy A Sportive

Sportives are a challenge and can be hard, but they can still be enjoyable. Matt and Dan are here to tell you how!

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Mushroom Riveted Chain Pins! Peened Tip Of The Day! Bike Blogger 14:13

Mushroom Riveted Chain Pins! Peened Tip Of The Day! Bike Blogger

If you got a bike chain with mushroom riveted chain pins also known as peened, do not reuse the pins after you break the chain!

You could use a quick link / master link

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Rear Derailleur Hanger Oh My! Tip Of The Day! Commute Bike Blogger 13:23

Rear Derailleur Hanger Oh My! Tip Of The Day! Commute Bike Blogger

Always have a spare rear derailleur with you in case you crash! Tip of the day!

A rear derailleur hanger is for a multi speed bike and attaches directly to the bike fram

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Spare Bike Tube In Rear Triangle Tip Of The Day! Weekend Commute BikeBlogger 16:07

Spare Bike Tube In Rear Triangle Tip Of The Day! Weekend Commute BikeB

Store your spare bike tube in your bike's rear triangle between the seat stays and brake bridge of the bike frame! Tip of the day weekend edition!

Use a zip lock pl

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The 5 Types Of Flat Tires On A Bike! Tip Of The Day! Commuting BikeBlogger 11:46

The 5 Types Of Flat Tires On A Bike! Tip Of The Day! Commuting BikeBlo

The 5 types of flat tires on a bike!

1. Snake bite pinch flat

2. Puncture

3. Sidewall damage

4. Blowout

5. ??? Valve leak, spoke poke, rim rip...

If your bike tube

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Are Powermeters Worth It? | Ask GCN Anything About Cycling 14:29

Are Powermeters Worth It? | Ask GCN Anything About Cycling

This week on Ask GCN Anything, we answer more of your cycling questions including: Is a powermeter worth it? How do I stay fresh when commuting? And more...

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Bike Commuter Items List Night BikeBlogger 11:20

Bike Commuter Items List Night BikeBlogger

The bike commuter items list! Here is what I carry on a daily bike commute to work!

Pump
Spare tube
Tire lever
Chain tool
Spare chain links
5mm allen wrench
Tape
Scrap p

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Carbon Fiber Bike Can!? Water Bottle Cage Storage Commute BikeBlogger 12:57

Carbon Fiber Bike Can!? Water Bottle Cage Storage Commute BikeBlogger

Make a carbon fiber bike can for storage in a spare water bottle cage!

Materials: Carbon fiber vinyl film (12" wide roll), tennis ball can (4 ball size; 1 liter), w

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Do A Bike Check NOW! Night Cycle Commute BikeBlogger 12:59

Do A Bike Check NOW! Night Cycle Commute BikeBlogger

Reminder: Do a bike check! A well maintained bike is a happy bike!

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Playlist - How To Bicycle Maintenance Videos
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Fixed Handlebar Noises! Climbing Out Of The Saddle Commute Bike Blogger 18:05

Fixed Handlebar Noises! Climbing Out Of The Saddle Commute Bike Blogge

I fixed the handlebar noise on my bike heard when climbing out of the saddle and pulling on the handlebars.

What specifically did I do?

1. Removed the handlebars to che

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Flat Tire Noooooo! False Start Commute Bike Blogger 05:27

Flat Tire Noooooo! False Start Commute Bike Blogger

Got a flat tire today! Slow leak from a tiny pin hole.

I was able to ride home because I was nearby and it was my front tire not the back (more weight on the back makes

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How To Convert Your Bike To Single Speed BikeBlogger 03:22

How To Convert Your Bike To Single Speed BikeBlogger

How to convert your bike to single speed!

The basic steps are…

1. Remove bike chain with chain tool
2. Remove shift cables and housings
3. Remove derailleurs

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How To Hand Wash Your Cycling Kit 04:48

How To Hand Wash Your Cycling Kit

When away from home on a cycling holiday, race or training camp it's not always easy to get your kit clean. Matt is here to show you his traditional cleaning tips!

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Matching Bike Tube Size And Tire Size Important? Commute Bike Blogger 10:32

Matching Bike Tube Size And Tire Size Important? Commute Bike Blogger

Is it important to match the correct bike tube size with proper bike tire size? Yes, kinda.

Your mileage may vary, but you can cheat a little by installing a tube one si

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My Experiences With Internet Bikes Commute BikeBlogger 15:59

My Experiences With Internet Bikes Commute BikeBlogger

I have had generally excellent experiences purchasing internet bikes, but not without some bad experience.

Bike fit must be done with an online calculator. The most impo

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My Final Bike Commute!? BikeBlogger 16:20

My Final Bike Commute!? BikeBlogger

This is my final bike commute to work... Don't worry a new bike commute route awaits me.

Playlist - Bike Commutes
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEZf1_jDCYJ

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Removing BIke Decal Stickers Ahhhh! Commute BikeBlogger 09:40

Removing BIke Decal Stickers Ahhhh! Commute BikeBlogger

I removed the wheel decals from my bike and it was a laborious time consuming process.

Here is what I did.

1. Peel off the decal stickers with my fingertips and pull ha

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What Is A Good Fender? Mudguards! Rain! Commute Bike Blogger 19:16

What Is A Good Fender? Mudguards! Rain! Commute Bike Blogger

What is a good fender or mudguard?

Full coverage, rigid install, adjustable, stainless steel hardware, nothing sharp, quick release clips on the front fender.

Fit is im

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What Is An Echelon? | Road Racing Explained 01:32

What Is An Echelon? | Road Racing Explained

Echelon is a French word, which literally translates to "Rung of a ladder". However, in cycling terminology it's something completely different as Dan Lloy

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What Is Descending? | Road Racing Explained 01:26

What Is Descending? | Road Racing Explained

Descending is the art of going downhill and is an essential skill for pro cyclists. Races can be won or lost on downhills and speeds reached can often exceed 100kmph!

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When To Oil Bike Chain? Lubed Commute BikeBlogger 12:23

When To Oil Bike Chain? Lubed Commute BikeBlogger

How often do you oil your bike chain?

Apply chain lube at least weekly in the winter.

Apply chain lube after riding in the rain, or in the case of wet lube, just dry it

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Why Do Cyclists Hate Saddle Bags? Commuting Bike Blogger 14:37

Why Do Cyclists Hate Saddle Bags? Commuting Bike Blogger

Why do cyclists hate saddle bags?

Is it the rubbing, the rattling, the look?

Let me know in the comment section below!

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