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Mountain Biking on a Glacier Mountain Biking on a Glacier
Glaciers, crevasses and...The Making of unReal takes us to an unlikely destination... The Pemberton Ice Cap in B.C.'s backcountry. Cam McCaul, James Doerfling, and Graham Agassiz put their bike handling skills to the test as they battle the elements in an unfamiliar territory.
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The Making of unReal - Episode 1 The Making of unReal - Episode 1
The concept behind this shoot was fairly simple: ride mountain bikes with horses. However, when you're rolling with a 15-person crew, helicopters, and a pack of galloping horses, things take on a momentum of their own. See unReal Summer 2015.
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Top 5 - Enduro Bikes Top 5 - Enduro Bikes
News by Product Review
Take a look at five of the hottest enduro bikes on the market right now.
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Off The Back: GCN's Weekly Roundup Off The Back: GCN's Weekly Roundup
Here's your chance to catch up with what you missed on GCN this week...
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Van Avermaet takes Gold at Grand Prix de Wallonie - Universal Sports Van Avermaet takes Gold at Grand Prix de Wallonie - Universal Sports
Grand Prix de Wallonie, Belgium, Cycling Race, 198.2km, Greg Can Avermaet (BMC) takes the Grand Prix de Wallonie in 4:47:17 with a close finish.
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Lazer 2015 - Wasp Air Aero Helmet & 2015 Range Lazer 2015 - Wasp Air Aero Helmet & 2015 Range
News by Product Review
We take a look at Lazer's 2015 products - The Lazer Wasp Air, M1 Magneto, Lazer LifeBEAM, MOi women's helmet and Magma helmets.
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 2014 Vuelta a Espana, Stage 19 Winner 2014 Vuelta a Espana, Stage 19 Winner
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Brandle wins Stage 5 of Tour of Britain - Universal Sports Brandle wins Stage 5 of Tour of Britain - Universal Sports
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 2014 Vuelta a Espana, Stage 17 Winner 2014 Vuelta a Espana, Stage 17 Winner
Coruna, Spain, Vuelta a Espana Cycling Tour, 191km Stage 17, John Degenkolb (GIANT) claims his 4th the stage win as the break away crumbles with just 500 meters left. Meanwhile, Alberto Contador (TINKOFF) maintains his GC lead of 1:36
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 Kwiatkowski Take Stage 4 of Tour of Britain Kwiatkowski Take Stage 4 of Tour of Britain
Tour of Britain, Bristol, Britain, Cycling Race, 184.6km Stage 4, Michal Kwiatkowski (OPQ) takes 1st in stage 4 after getting 2nd the day before. He took the stage in 4:19:09 and is the GC Leader.
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Tour Of Britain, Vuelta A España, Dowsett Instagram Takeover + Dan's Epic Fail Tour Of Britain, Vuelta A España, Dowsett Instagram Takeover + Dan's Epic Fail
Daniel's in Spain again. This week he's got the latest from the Tours of Britain, Spain and Alberta.
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 2014 Tour of Britain, Stage 2 Winner 2014 Tour of Britain, Stage 2 Winner
Llandudno, Wales, England, Cycling Tour of Britain, 201km Stage 2, after an exciting downhill to the finish, Mark Renshaw (OMEGA) wins the sprint to claim the stage win. It's his first solo stage win this season and with it he claims the GC lead by 4 seconds over Ben Swift
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 How To Fit & Adjust A Cycle Helmet How To Fit & Adjust A Cycle Helmet
Bike helmets are an essential bit of kit. They need to fit properly though, so in this video we show you how to get it right.
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 2014 Vuelta a Espana, Stage 4 Winner 2014 Vuelta a Espana, Stage 4 Winner
Crodoba, Spain, Vuelta a Espana Cycling Tour, 173km Stage 4, In 107 degree heat, John Degenkolb (GIANT) wins the sprint finish, getting this 6th career stage win in the Vuelta. Meanwhile, Michael Matthews (ORICA) increases his GC lead to 15 seconds over Alejandro Valverde.
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 Froome Vs. Contador At The Vuelta - The GCN Show Froome Vs. Contador At The Vuelta - The GCN Show
Exclusive interviews with Chris Froome and Alberto Contador plus all your favourite features. It could only be The GCN Show.
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Fantastic Cycling Routes Fantastic Cycling Routes
Here's a selection of fantastic rides from around the world that take anything from a day to several months to complete.
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How To Adjust Your Brakes On A Ride - Cycling Repair How To Adjust Your Brakes On A Ride - Cycling Repair
What can you do if your brakes are rubbing or out of adjustment on a ride? First, you'll need to stop..
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10 Questions: Cycling In Indonesia 10 Questions: Cycling In Indonesia
Chris & Liz cycled across Indonesia in 2014, as part of their bicycle tour from New Zealand home to the UK.
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Stempark - Ixow - Shift your mind! Stempark - Ixow - Shift your mind!
News by Product Release
Stempark is an unprecedented innovation that all cyclists struggling with a lack of space should adopt immediately. In one simple, single step, it has now become possible to store your bike in the smallest spaces.
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The Dream | Le Rêve - You Are The Vision - Building a Cycling Community The Dream | Le Rêve - You Are The Vision - Building a Cycling Community
News by Velo IBike
Bern, iBike and Ombres et Lumieres worked together to create a video about a vision. Montreal's Vélo iBike has a vision that connects to the Bern Bike Revolution vision.
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What Do Tour De France Riders Eat? What Do Tour De France Riders Eat?
The Tour is one of the most demanding sporting events in the world, so we spoke to the team nutritionists to find out what the pros eat.
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Pro Mechanics' Top Tips | Tour De France 2014 Pro Mechanics' Top Tips | Tour De France 2014
We find out what the mechanics of the professional cycling peloton consider to be their top tips on getting your bike to pro standard.
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The Beti AllRide Mountain Biking Clinic for Women The Beti AllRide Mountain Biking Clinic for Women
News by Blogger Julie K.
Looking for the inner rider that you know exists? The one who is excited for the unknown, prepared to take challenges and turn them into opportunities for growth and enjoy riding on a much deeper level than ever before?
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Cycling Abroad and Packing your Bike Cycling Abroad and Packing your Bike
News by Friedel Rother
How can you climb the French Alps, wander through Roman ruins in Turkey, cross the United States, or explore the Australian outback on a shoestring budget that would make even the most frugal backpacker blush? The answer is surprisingly simple—with a bicycle.
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Awesome Mountain Biking in Nepal Awesome Mountain Biking in Nepal
News by Joris Laperre
With 8 of the world's 10 highest peaks within its borders, mountains simply don't come bigger than they do in Nepal. Sacred Rides runs a trip "Treasures of the Himalaya" - it combines a few days riding in the Kathmandu valley with sightseeing and five days in the Mustang valley.
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Best New Bikes And Tech at the Tour de France Best New Bikes And Tech at the Tour de France
The Tour de France always sees some of the very best new tech releases of the year.
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Cycling - What to Eat and Drink on the ride Cycling - What to Eat and Drink on the ride
News by Blogger Steve R.
What to eat and drink, while riding, and how to eat and drink it, are questions that cyclists of all experience levels are faced with.
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 Mark Cavendish's New Specialized S-Works Venge Mark Cavendish's New Specialized S-Works Venge
Mark Cavendish is riding a limited edition Specialized Venge for this year's Tour de France.
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Tips on how to Become a Professional Cyclist Tips on how to Become a Professional Cyclist
News by Russel
Like every successful cyclist out there, I have always had a dream of being a pro. PLUS The Best & Worst Things About Being A Pro Cyclist from the Pro's (VIDEO)
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South Africa should Be on Every MTBer's Bucket List South Africa should Be on Every MTBer's Bucket List
In the final episode of 'Racing The Untamed' we conclude this year's Absa Cape Epic experience with the beleaguered but unbroken German Bulls team.
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 2014 Four Days of Dunkerque: Stage 3 2014 Four Days of Dunkerque: Stage 3
2014, Dunkirk, France, Four Days of Dunkirk Cycling Race, 197 km Stage 3, Sylvain Chavanel (FRA) takes Stage 3 in a photo-finish with a total time of 4:58:18. He is now 2nd in General Classification, only 12 seconds behind Arnaud Demare (FRA).
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Cycling Training -  Climbing Training Cycling Training - Climbing Training
Long, Steady Grades On big climbs, effective climbing is about monitoring your effort so you never redline
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United For Bikes United For Bikes
News by Press Release
Bikes are a simple solution to complex problems, whether it's improving health or avoiding urban gridlock in the U.S. or trying to reach a healthcare clinic in rural Africa. This Bike Month, PeopleForBikes and World Bicycle Relief are teaming up to change lives through the power of bicycles, locally and globally—and we need your help.
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Here's How You Train for One of the Hardest Endurance Races in the World Here's How You Train for One of the Hardest Endurance Races in the World
Patrick Sweeney is a world-class athlete and adventure-seeker who is drawn to extremes. This week he is preparing to race the longest, coldest ultra endurance event in the world, the Iditarod Trail Invitational.
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 New Yorkers Launch City's First Pro Cycling Team New Yorkers Launch City's First Pro Cycling Team
New York had never produced a professional cycling team until this year, when the sport's governing body, the Union Cycliste International, issued a professional racing license for 2014 to a Manhattan-based squad called Champion System-Stan's NoTubes.
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2014 GoPro Mountain Games Coming soon.... 2014 GoPro Mountain Games Coming soon....
News by Press Release
The Vail Valley Foundation is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 2014 GoPro Mountain Games, the country’s largest celebration of adventure sports, music and mountain lifestyle.
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French & Italian Riviera is filled with small roads and awesome cycling that reward with spectacular views French & Italian Riviera is filled with small roads and awesome cycling that reward with spectacular views
News by Guest Richard Pestes
Great scenery, a spectacular climb and a twice as long descent, the Col de la Madone climb along France’s cote d’Azur is must do for any fan of great rides.
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Though a little weird...These Cycling Tips Actually Work Though a little weird...These Cycling Tips Actually Work
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UCI Track World Championships: Pervis makes history UCI Track World Championships: Pervis makes history
News by Press Release
It was a heavy menu and it ended up a feast for Francois Pervis, who had decided to go for gold in three events in Cali.
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Track Cycling World Championships 2014: Britain's women win fourth successive team pursuit title in Cali Track Cycling World Championships 2014: Britain's women win fourth successive team pursuit title in Cali
News by Tom Cary
British quartet throw their pre-race strategy out of the window but hold off Canadian rivals to win gold
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Cycling their way to health and endurance Cycling their way to health and endurance
When Raghvendrasinh Zhala, an avid cyclist from Vadodara, tells people that he rode 600 km on his bicycle on the trot, many people are amused. And when he reveals that there are over 30 such cyclists in the city, who have traveled 200 km to 400 km on their bicycles, their curiosity goes up.
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This New Cycling Gear Has Us Dreaming of Warm Days and Open Roads This New Cycling Gear Has Us Dreaming of Warm Days and Open Roads
News by SNN Product Reviews
The east coast is being pummeled by snow and the Midwest is still digging out, but bike lust waits for no warm front. In fact, there’s no better time to dream of warm days and open roads—and there’s plenty of new gear on the horizon to get excited about, whether you’re looking to shave weight, get comfortable, or just update your wardrobe.
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Mosi Bicycles Launches Chic and Sleek Collection at 2014 PROJECT Las Vegas Mosi Bicycles Launches Chic and Sleek Collection at 2014 PROJECT Las Vegas
News by Product News
Timeless Bicycle Designs for the Fashion Forward - Mosi Bicycles, the newest company innovating vintage European-style bicycles with a modern twist, is showcasing at the MAGIC Market Place, specifically at the PROJECT show in Las Vegas, February 18-20, 2014
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Jeanne Nel  dies after track crash in South Africa Jeanne Nel dies after track crash in South Africa
News by SSN Staff
South Africa's Olympic committee says a top cyclist hoping to compete at the Commonwealth Games has died after crashing at a track meet.
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Cyclist 'suspends himself' in drug row Cyclist 'suspends himself' in drug row
News by Press Release
Sponsors of the FedGroup Itec Pro Mountain Biking team announced on Thursday that their rider, Brandon Stewart, had “suspended himself” following an “11-month muddle” with the South African Institute of Drug-Free Sport (Saids).
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Armstrong scandal effects Wiggin's Kids Armstrong scandal effects Wiggin's Kids
Former Tour de France champion Bradley Wiggins has had to find a new school for his children after what he described as harassment and bullying following the Lance Armstrong doping scandal.
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Herald Sun Tour all set for bumper race Herald Sun Tour all set for bumper race
High quality field assemble with return of international teams
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Cycling-Quintana to skip Tour de France to focus on Giro Cycling-Quintana to skip Tour de France to focus on Giro
News by Press Release
Tour de France runner-up Nairo Quintana of Colombia will skip this year's race as he targets the Giro d'Italia.
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Verona builds Spain's future down under Verona builds Spain's future down under
Carlos Verona is one of the new faces of cycling. The 21-year-old Spaniard riding in his second year for Omega Pharma-Quick Step, remains in contention against mountain biker Jack Haig of UniSA-Australia for the best young rider title ahead of the decisive stage of the Santos Tour Down Under up to Willunga Hill.
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The bike snob's guide to cycling tribes The bike snob's guide to cycling tribes
News by Eben Weiss
The world of cycling is like a big bowl of Lucky Charms cereal – it's full of goofy-looking figures in different colours and shapes, but they all come together to be delicious.
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Cycling-Former world champion Ballan banned for two years Cycling-Former world champion Ballan banned for two years
Former world road race champion Alessandro Ballan has been handed a two-year ban after he was implicated in a doping ring, the Italian National Olympic Committee (CONI) said on Friday.
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Biking across the country for the planet with adventurer Rob Greenfield Biking across the country for the planet with adventurer Rob Greenfield
He sometimes travels without a bike seat—and naked
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High school mountain biking rising in popularity High school mountain biking rising in popularity
‘It’s a big hootenanny in the woods with a bunch of high schoolers.’
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Fat bikes going big in Colorado Fat bikes going big in Colorado
The silly-looking bikes are becoming increasingly accepted in Colorado mountain biking country - Cycling
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Their Kingdom for a Bike: It’s Polo on Two Wheels Their Kingdom for a Bike: It’s Polo on Two Wheels
You do not have to be a king to play polo. You do not need a 300-yard grass field, a long-handled mallet or a helmet. In fact, you do not even need a horse.
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The ongoing fight to make mountain biking legit The ongoing fight to make mountain biking legit
Threatened riders have discovered the best defense is an organized offense
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