Should We Break The Rules? | The GCN Tech Show Ep. 22
Welcome. To the gcn tech show this. Week we've got micro, adjust stems and more. 12 speed more, 12 speed more 12 speed do you know what lastly I think we, should break some rules this week, mr., tech show. Firstly. Let's, start with some off-road, tech but don't turn off just yet and for those of you who don't straight to the dark side of mountain, biking well Shimano, have just launched, a new 12, speed group set we're not gonna go wild with information, though because over on GM BN tech Dadi will have the full rundown of it won't he even. Will but I think we should still talk about Jon cuz mountain bike tech is definitely, there's, a really influential place in robotics Lalli if you think of things like disc brakes and, stuff like that but let's start with the cassettes, on the Shimano the, new Shimano XT on group set there, are two or actually three conceptions but to 12 speed cassette options there's, a 10 through 245 and a 10 through 250, 150, 151. That's right so you've got a four hundred fifty percent gear range or 510. Percent guarantee. There's. Also an 11 speed cassette available, as part of this new X to your group so because the shifters are compatible with both 11 and 12 speed shifting that is cool that is a really cool feature isn't it another cool feature that I think a lot of Shimano fans will be grateful for is that there, is now a quick link on the XDR chain yeah, that's certainly, a welcomed addition isn't, it yeah something, that yeah. Quick links tool. Free installation makes. It easier for everyone doesn't it space it yes, now those cassettes let's not finish with them just yet because they actually use, a new type, of fitting onto the freehub so, Shimano. Have traditionally, used hyper glide for the best part of 30 years now, and that I think uses 13, different splines, to actually fit the cassette onto the freehub body whereas. Now they've got something called micro.
Spline Which uses, I think 21. Different splines, which is quite, different in it so. Maybe. You can offer a bit of an ex-player John like with. That will that benefit a cyclist, will that off help you to write faster, is there a marginal gain there what on the freehub yeah ah more. Splines on the cassette no. I wouldn't have thought so No I would have you're, gonna have exactly the same amount of contact really. That's the only difference, okay if you know different do tell us down the collar yeah can't, see why it would I think it's pretty neat anyway they've changed it 30. Years the. Rear hub on the new XT our group set has also had a bit of a refresh so it now uses a system. On the freehub called silence, which, increases, the number of engagement. Pools so there are now 60, of them there so that is actually something that will benefit riders and will help you to just get quicker snap when you try to come out the corners yeah especially when you in a really low, gear man it when you have that sort of bit, of free, space really well when you ride as slow as I do off-road anyway there's a bit of movement there so I think that's super cool plus, it's called silence and guess what it is silent apparently those ratchets actually completely, disengaged, when you free will so if you are hugging. Someone else's back wheel when you're riding along and you're freewheeling, they will never know I feel. Like we may have lost a whole section, of Pro bikes if silent free ups make their way over to yeah, over, to the robot world but yeah. It's its own different it's mountain by tech but like we said at the top of this section mountain, bike tech has a hugely influential part in what we, as rode riders generally. Right eventually so we think it's interesting do let us know your thoughts though yeah and will it go over onto the road time well we see jaw aches with 12 speed let us know in the comments, that. One of the biggest talking points in, the world of cycling in the last week has been that comeback and victory, in the Giro d'Italia of Chris Froome but we're not going to talk about that here because it's been discussed, in length boat on the gcn, race news show as well as the gcn, show this week but what we are going to quickly talk about is, that bike of Chris frames I never thought a pink bike could look quite as cool as that how good does that look yeah it's really good she so what they did is they took his usual. Pinarello dogma f10 and just. Gave it a coat of pink they added some pink accessories in there too including super. Fund attention to detail his, pink, computer. Map yeah, another, change that, you might have spied is that room actually didn't ride that exact bike during. The final stage and he, also made a couple of changes to seat, during. The last weekend, is here at racing choice a few e-guide cycling, fans spotted this so he moved away from his usual, favor of the physique and tires that he's been using for five, years five years and he, switched it for, some unbranded, slightly. Stripped-down models, later in the race yeah an interesting one now yeah really strange choice really unusual to see riders changing. Saddle full stop and then even more unusual to see them changing saddle in a grant or was, he at the end risky, and bizarre move yeah only one that paid off yeah anyway, I think it'll by looks good let us know what you think of that in the comments down below we're gonna have a vote poll up there oh yeah, I'm more tech later on in the show. Rules. Love, them or hate them we've, got to abide to them though don't, we well. I think the answer to that is kind of John, some rules certainly, others, maybe.
They're There for the breaking there's, a thing in Seiken called the voluma naughty rules and they're incredibly popular and generally, provide some pretty good, interesting. Light-hearted. And funny guidance, for psychos out there but. Should. We as cyclists who love tech break, a few of them yeah, some people take me a little bit too literal, don't they if you know. Have a little error on your bike or in your address something like that some, people out there actually quote those rules to you so let's take a look them at some of these rules actually the, ones which we should break as a cyclist, yeah it's how I think about tech rules be bumped yeah so. Why, this one it's all about the bike what you reckon about that well. I'm on the fence that I would actually John I think, that many. People get presumably. A lot of my views because this is a tech channel get, a huge degree of pleasure from focusing, on the really nerdy details, of their bike making it look as good as possible and, maybe don't mind, whether they're right at that fast other people or the total opposite end of the spectrum and they don't care what everybody looks like they don't care what it is they just want to ride fast yeah so I think there, is a place for both camps within cycling yeah I think that you know from. Cycling it is all about the bike to one degree because no, bikes no cycling, but as long as you've got a bike in good working order just go ahead there and ride it have some fun just get. Stuck in I think there's something to be said that but I do a thickness and to be said for detailed. Obsessed bike build well. Next one the next one we've got is rule number 14 which is that short should be black now I think you've got, well. This one definitely applies to you actually rule should all sorts. Should always be black yeah. Thanks for pointing, that, out, John. And I would agree with that sure black shorts are a good thing yeah, but I, don't, know I think you should be broken say, if you're world champion if you're in a leaders classification. Of a race just go all out make. Yourself look like a barber's, pole or whatever think, back to Mary of Cipollini, we need all those stars and stripes shorts, okay he, may have looked a little bit like an American wrestler bit like Hulk Hogan or something like that but it made a statement it stood out people talked about it I don't think should just be limited to black I think. Black are generally more sociable depending, on weather conditions but. Wet. Day in white shorts is not pretty so the next one we got is rule, number 31 which say so it's pair to use multi tools and repair kit should be stored in your back pocket I'm gonna hop straight in here John yeah because I'm gonna say that I, kind. Of agree but I kind of don't because. I think it's quite you. Know if you just hit nipping out for a quick ride if. You've got a couple of couple, of spares throw, em in your pocket that's fine, saddlebags, I think are a good thing for storing stuff but you're do need to be a bit careful because if you leave your stuff in your saddlebag for, ages like a couple of inner tubes and, you don't check on him you, might yeah.
You Might find yourself on the side of the road and. Pump it up an inner tube which weren't inflate because you've worn through the whole tip, for actually wrap your inner tubes up in tin foil or. Something like that there, we go so that there's a tip from John and also, a lesson. That we've both experienced, you can now learn from I think. However that pumps, should either be on your frame or in your back pocket don't ever let Sai Richardson, hear you say pump, on a frame he's got a big problem with frame pumps. Well. Sighs not here anyway and I said wow yeah. Don't. I don't know I don't like them in the back pocket I don't like things in back pockets again you got you, haven't got room for you are, more mature wallet, your phone those, things energy bars gels I think. Those you saddle bags they must be pretty all right well this is the tech show and this isn't directly, a tech pet hey like, a semi empty, saddle, bag that has enough for the metallic things inside to rattle oh no yeah that's horrible that's difficult so yeah and, storing everything in your back pockets that's entirely a boy duck so maybe. I'm the green baby I'm not yeah rule 45 John you pulled out slam your stem falls on tell us why Yeah right you know what it may, look good but, unless you're flexible, enough to actually get away with it then don't. Try and just copy what the pros do trying to be slammed and get really really low because quite often you actually gonna go slower, because if you're not used to that position your hips aren't gonna be able to open out quite as much as if you're riding maybe in a slightly less, aggressive. Position but you're able to actually release more power from your legs and the, pros don't actually always have their Slim's stems, slammed, rather that's a little bit of a fallacy, I think that. No. I think that the bikes just slam, stems look good but, I think if you're really into, tech you should consider how you interact, with your bike as an extension of that and you. Should maybe also consider, that slamming. Your stem might not be the fastest for all of us out there yeah, it might look good but in, the long run it, might not perform good, right, you next when you pull that it's called do your time in the wind yeah, an explanation. Well, I think we should break that because, it's, not always the strongest rider who wins a bite race coffin, it's our smartest, now your race might not be one way that sheep in a number on it might just be a sprint to the local cafe or town sign and you know if you've got bragging, rights over your mates because you've won that sprint because, you've sat on the back of the whole way it doesn't matter sit on there don't be your time in the wind just hide in the wheels and sprint, to. Relate that to tech sure. Do your time in the wind but maybe look at how you make your bike as air as possible so your time in the wind is, more. Efficient, exactly. That hazard less time in the wind yeah have a look around where the flags are flying you know that sort of thing wind, direction, try. And do your time on the front basically when it's the easiest time to do on the front right next up to send like a pro John right. Okay now pros they've got closed roads for this so, don't. Try and emulate them by getting down on your top shoot cutting corners, basically. Risking, everything the pros they. Write day-in day-out they're highly experienced, so, don't try and break that rule I've, got a couple of ways that you can descend not like a pro which, are you.
Can Free well although pros now do are, allowed to race on disc brakes of course most, of them still don't you can descend, not, like a pro with this brakes and descend, better and have better braking yeah. Winner win-win-win. And, rule 90 never get at the big ring never. Get out the big ring get out of it I mean unless you're on a one by system, then yeah you're gonna have to stay on the big ring but otherwise arthritis. Is not cool is it. No. It's not but riding in the big ring doesn't pretty cool it does, yeah but if you're groveling, to, the point of a standstill just break that rule yeah. So those are only the rules John that that we've picked out I think there are definitely a few I detect specific ones like I know of people who only have used white bar tape well. They only have used black bar tape guilty yeah there we go so let us know your unofficial tech, rules down in the comments and we're definitely going to read out a few of our favorites, next week we might even make a video of GCN Tech's unofficial, tale rules yeah like what bits of folklore, have you been told by other cyclists, rules these unwritten rules that basically, you, think are absolutely ridiculous, and we should break let. Us know let us know also last week we, spoke, at Bank basically should we go back to basics on cycling and 80%. Of people said no so that's quite conclusive, really isn't it John was wrong yeah. I was wrong. Now. The giro d'italia has, finished which is what, a sad time really isn't it but don't worry because we have spotted more tech being used there and first up is a new stem from NV and we've, discovered it's called the Aero carbon. Model stem so basically the riders of teams I mentioned data have been using it and this I think is a really really neat stem it, doesn't just look good but, also it, comes with different shims. So essentially, you can vary the angle of the stem as well as the length of it so plus or minus two and a half millimeters either way and also.
The Stack height - yeah. It's really cool I don't clearly. It is versatile, from the description, that you've just given and I really like having that, versatility, built into a bit of bike tech it's a stem that if you're particularly particular particularly. Particularly about your bike. Setup you, can obviously achieve, that with this product but, if you're not yet that. Nerdy or that geeky about it you can maybe use it to become a little more geeky and to experiment with your position on the bike maybe, find some what's maybe find some comfort depends, what your thing is and I think there's a principle to have on a bit of bike. Kit, that directly affects bike fit that's really cool and to have definitely, yeah I mean it comes in at $300, so it's not cheap does come with titanium bolts though but, yeah like you say you don't want to loads of cash on something and suddenly be but, you know what it's no good I'm gonna have to get rid of that so instead three hundred dollars and you've got a little bit of room to play around with it spot on another. New bit of tech John is that Roble and Roble are of course the wheel division, of massive. Bicycle, and component brand specialized, has, released a disk wheel so, prior to this they didn't have a dis will in their range so all of their team riders were using a none badged version, and usually. People use either, a lightweight, or zip. Disks, sometimes. I think. One. Of three brands but, now Robel, sponsored World Tour riders can have their own disc wheel and it's called the three to one quite a cool name for a TT well certainly, is now what's interesting here is that they've basically they've taken you know step into that this will market but, considering, the size of both you know wrote the road mark and triathlon, market, I don't blame them you know if I could cash possibly. I'll do that so now. The bearings. They come from ceramics beef so obviously it is a high-end, product and the hub internals, are from DT Switzer using their cool-sounding, ratchets. Interesting. To see that they've gone to those two manufacturers, of products as well yeah they do use them as well in their standard road wheels so presumably there's some sort of collaborations, there along alignment, Tek, a frame, that we've spoken about quite a lot mainly, because it's really really cool is Superman.
Miguel Angular Lopez's argon 18 or stunning, is custom painted but an, eagle-eyed. Viewer spotted that angle Rufus was actually, using, the. OS PW, system which, you're gonna have to explain John yep so OS PW is oversized, pulley Wilson, it was that simple, sort. Of makes and. That's from ceramic speed and basically, they are oversized, jockey wheels so they're on the reader alia and base, the idea behind it is that your chain, moves. Free us so it doesn't have quite tight, bends or angles to work with allowing, you to basically, get some watts for free or save yourself some what's in effect and you were saying to me just before we started shooting this actually the, Lopez. Is team Astana, are actually not sponsored. By ceramic speed so it looks like a product that Lopez. Or the team have gone out and got of their own volition to help the Royals go faster yeah I like to think that Lopez basically, spent some of his prize money or its pocket money and got it and bought that because, thoughts himself that's a little marginal, gain there I think if you're a Grand Tour podium, finish, it you don't necessarily have. Pocket. Money anymore, Weiss quite, young rider in it anyways but that. Sort of thing you can't hide can you you know sometimes. There are riders who use different handlebars, for instance and you can't necessarily spot, the difference but that you, can definitely see it on the bike so there's no hiding from it always could see or call to be, one of the first people to spot non sponsor products yeah another. One that we should update, you on is Sergio, any aus Pinarello. Dogma f10 it's a bike that John filmed, when he visited Girona earlier this year to shoot some of the pro bikes and you. Actually mentioned, I think that it would needed a bit of an update I did. Yeah and you know what I'm very glad that Sergio, can she watches the gcn tech show and basically he, listened to the advice because, he's got himself a, new. Fancy looking Pinarello and doesn't it look at beauty I like very cool do you know I think actually there's another rule there from those fellowman arty rules it should go in it should say if you're, a national, champion in fact a UCI role if your national champion you shouldn't have to have a matching bike helmet, and Jersey not, sure if you're a national champions of colors. Aren't predominantly, white yeah that's right yeah but a lot of people said about Ryan Mullen you know they asked why his Trek I don't, wasn't, in Irish national champs colors so there we are wrong. As always keep, letting us know your thoughts on all of the tech that we've discussed so far in the show down in the comments now for those of you who were tuned into, the Giro d'Italia last week you will know just how savage some of those climbs can be and well some of the pros out there it. Still amazes me how they get over those climbs so easily or appears to be anyway definitely. I think the whole, advent, of compact, chain suits has probably helped out many. Owners in the pro peloton it's, always interesting to have a bit of a look at the gearing that the riders are using for some of these climbs, maybe. To see if you can get some advice on what you should take although personally I would gear down significantly for, these guys it using so, they're, gearing that Tom demoon unused as we can see in this tweet from Shimano and this was for his own club stage it was yeah so he's using a 36, tooth inner chain ring and a 53, tooth outer so, pretty standard outer and not, a non-standard. Inner chain ring my, mother and he, was using a 11, through to 30. Yeah I would have thought 36:30, might. Even lead you over kid. Possibly. Yeah I would've thought 3628, would be I, think. 3628, if you're racing, anyway, but it just goes to show that actually those gear ratios do work because we do get a lot of questions about you know what what. Gears work with one so it's, good to know they've been worse for the Millea it will work for you providing, of course you've got the same less as him but, anyway you know what we mean John just hinted that he had better, legs and doom land by saying you thought you could ride the John Theurer on 36:28, I could ride it just very very very very very, very slowly if this video gets I don't know what. You say a hundred likes no more than a hundred laughs John will riders on Clara 36:28. Yeah. Thanks mate looks. Like I will now sticking, with the bikes of Tom Duma not so giant it would appear through looking at the list, of approved frames, from the UCI they've got some new bikes coming out for 2019, so propel rim break and also the defy and live, envy, so, we're probably gonna see some changes there yeah, interesting well I mean the, main thing you can tell from the UCI is approved list of frames is first of all that there's a new frame on the way yep second all that is approved, and thirdly you can kind of see what the name might be so.
Apart From that we're not really gonna know what to look for until we see it but we will keep our eyes peeled these, frames the race I told France another. Interesting, new tech development for me this week John is SRM. And looks collaboration. So, German power meter brand SRM, have powered with the original, clipless. Pedal brand french brand look to produce the SRM, exact, focus a pedal based power meter rather it, has four strain gauges and, actually. Compared, to luke standard pill it doesn't add too much in the stack height so you're not going to be grounding your pedal on the floor all the time each. Pedal there's got four strain gauges yes I think I look pretty good myself, no there. Are other parameter, pedals out there on the market and these do come in you know the highest price. I have all of them out there but let's, not forget that SRM, basically the pioneer, of power meters aren't they and look, didn't. Make the first commercially. Successful clipless. Pedals, out there so it's two companies, combining, who have basically, in a wealth. Of knowledge and expertise, in those respective, markets, the. Price that comes in at 1400, euros for, a hair or you can get a single-sided option which, basically just doubles, your path your power from that one leg to give you an estimated, top power can, you choose which side you get the single cycle so I have one leg stronger than the other so I'd like to choose, that side, and double. That power rather than double my weaker leg funnily, enough it's. The right leg I believe I'd be fine I think I think from memory from reading the press release is the right leg which I'll be happy about that suits my left leg is absolutely, terrible, yeah, and they are due for really essentially July. The first so. We'll. Assume that all the frack we won't David finally they've been tested by Andre Greipel and Adam Hanson so far so that's a couple of guys out there who certainly, know a thing or two about putting, somewhat same so we know they can record high power but until we've, got a girl in them we won't know about the ohm house there we can't confirm low K dance and low Watts now. Being, the fussy so-and-so I am, with cleanliness of a bike I'm, actually really pleased to see this product it could be ideal, for bike Packers, or touring, cyclists, but what is it this is the k wipe or quite not sure how you pronounce it from company, crank Alicia's apparently. These wipes, basically, have just enough product, to allow you to detail, a met carbon, frame and if you have ever tried detailing, a matte carbon, fiber bike before it's. Not that easy to get them looking fantastic is, it it's. Somewhat difficult John yeah yeah but, I don't know really how much they're going to appeal to those people like bike packing, or touring, because well, I think sort, of that off the grid style is what appeals them isn't it but anyway, if you don't have a hose pipe at home or lots of room you know maybe just get some and give you a bike at polish, yeah ideal if you live in a flat to be fair yeah plus, they're biodegradable and, the packaging, is recyclable, too, so that's all it gives a big thumbs up from me gusta, now, lastly I've got a little gift for you mate remember. Last, week go. On mate put them on get some Kom as a report back, Michelle. Thank you John Newcastle right I'm gonna do that all good thing which you don't really like do, this to you anyway, new shoes he's happy. Now. Last week we went, aerodynamic. And technological. Kind, off and we inducted, that she nearly airolite helmet but this week let's actually induct, one of the most iconic bits. Of cycling, tech ever. It's the Reynolds 531. Tube set it, certainly is so, the rails five-three-one tube, set was a manganese, molybdenum, medium. Carbon, steel, tubing. And had, applications, beyond cycling, as well so it was also used in the construction of aircraft and, it, was the subframe, on the Jaguar e-type but. What about cycling well it was hugely popular just due to the variety of, butting. Tube, diameters, and tube sets that were available so if you were wanted, you could have the 531, seat with the seat standing, for competition, you, could have the 5 3 1 St, with the st standing for special tourist or the 5 through 180 be a TB, of course all-terrain bike early, mountain bikes that's right now, rumor, has it that, as many, as 20, consecutive Tour, de France victories were.
Actually Achieved on board, Reynolds 531, tube sets now that is amazing. I mean I hope it's more than a rumor I hope it is so, so true but, sadly the, actual use of 531. Tube sets actually, went, into decline with, the increase, in popularity of TIG and MIG welding on bike frames because basically the tubes didn't react well to the heat being used which is quite a shame really but the, good news is for those of you reminiscing, out there is it's still available special, order only though do, you know what I had to find three 1c frames, absolutely, loved it probably one of the nicest bikes I've ever owned gutted, I got rid of it one. Of the many, that got away, anyway. Let us know your nominations. For, the gcn, all of Fame down there in the comments below and who knows maybe we'll, pick yours. Now. Bike, of the week time last week we put two time trial bikes head-to-head, and that was Mike of group armor fdj their Lapierre and that was up against, the Scott, plasma. Of mitchelton. Scott, and 72% of the votes they, went to the Scott plasma, so there we are, yes. Scant. Consolation, I imagined for the last week the Giro but did I make I mean to win the gcn tech bike of the week is quite an achievement, eh, don't worry mate just, saying oh no I'd rather have so this week John what we thought we should do oh I thought we should do is we should put up one. Of each of rooms latest, Grand Tour victory, bikes so you've got one the, yellow one from last year's Tour de France the red one from last year's welter and the pink one from this year's hero nice, thinking, last day three options have your safe and vote on that yeah vote which one are you gonna go for. Be. Telling ya. Now. It's the moment you've all been waiting for. To. See if your bike has made it into the bike bowl or not the moment where we rate it nice or super nice oh great, he's brought that Bell off the wall great nice one lastly, right. Should we crack on them let's crack on okay, first, up Connor mchugh Denver, Colorado, and this is, core. Max salsa. Cutthroat. Check it out there's. Some cool touches there he's got the Crankbrothers pedals, that you can use with you the flat or clips you've got Camelback. Bottle it's not a GCN combat, bottle but nevertheless it's one of these insulated ones got us a bottle cage mounted, on the on both, sides, the. Wheels are as well they. Don't. Actually. Matter. Massive ice over yeah so you're not gonna get wet fun with big old tires looks, to me like that is a heck. Of a chain stay protected. There. We are, these. Rang the old Bell here we go this is gates, Lemke's from. The netherlands and this. Is their giant TCR advance SL, rockin. Keyrings, yet hearing it's interesting, choice that. What. We got pair of fulcrum, wheels racing, zeros I think composition. It's really nice beautiful and that looks like there's a bike specific path if we look at that sign in the background. I'm. Gonna leave it nice it's a nice for me job is it well it's got the majority isn't it so it's a nice from me too no, it's a nice nice one case, whore. About, this hender, and this, is, from. Philadelphia that, is, a cool looking bike isn't as the Navy Yard in Philadelphia, fact Canyon arrowed CF s LX disc, new, juror a Scott, Reynolds wheels on it. That's. Right calorie bottle or eight thousand I love it I love the stealth black look I love them with this bike I love, the angler the cranks is right but what's the obvious thing that they've messed up on it's taken, from the non-drive side rookie.
Mistake. So he's a nice bike it's. A stunning bike but the, photo itself we're not going to give us super nice too because, it needed to see the other way around it looks, like the rear mechs a little bit uncomfortable there yeah it does, stunning bike nice, photo yeah, right. Here we go then Martin cup from, Utrecht, in the Netherlands this is their BMC. Oh beautiful. Colour isn't it give. It a super noise yeah that's yeah I think. Time. To talk about it but yeah super nice bike then you say much and, finally this, is Nathan. And this is the Imperial, Palace in Tokyo and this, is their Turrell CSI. Mini, fellow that's. A, cool bike isn't I've never seen one of those I've. Seen lots about these mini fellows but I've never actually managed. To get my leg over one but I want to go all these mini fellows basically, they're. Like super, trick, mini. Bikes but for grown-ups. Yeah yeah should. We see if we can get one nice, or super nice well witness, eyes that chainring it can only be super nice to me. There. We are he's rung the Bell a few times today and how. Jon do our viewers submit, their photos to buy ball next week well, make sure it's good photo that always helps but, email, it to the address on screen right now and include your name a very important, where you've come from a little bit about the bicycle, too and maybe, we, will pick you two in the bike well we have thousands. Of submissions and we're gradually getting through them so please do be patient, more, bike volt next, week so there, we are nearly the time for the end of the show but don't worry cuz we've got more great content coming up for you this week so on Friday I check out a bike with five power, meters, on it five, never thought it could happen anyway. Then on Saturday, I'll take a close look at, the bike of Ben Herrmann's of the Israel cycling Academy and that sees DeRosa protoss, it's got very fancy paint job on that one lastly yeah, and on Sunday, we're getting geeky as always, but we're gonna link to a video on the, gcn channel about his FTP debt and the geek Edition is gonna be right here on GC and tech on, Monday jon is going to show you how to fit a new chain ring not a regular job but an important one nevertheless and, then on Wednesday. It's the gcn, tech clinic, back to help answer your problems, and queries and questions, now, you remember as well to like and share this video with your friends give it a big thumbs up and what about these flashy girls were wearing last day definitely so if you didn't know shop global, cycling Network comm is where you can buy all of our, GC and kit so from Camelbak bottles, to park to a bottle openers to GCN, a sauce protein kit we've got our own range of fan cycling kit and. Our own hoodies and t-shirts to close out and it's one of the best ways to support the channel and we really really appreciate every. Single one of our fans heads. Yeah we certainly do and now for another great video click, just, down here and. Subscribe that, just.