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A ride with Shimano neutral service at the 2015 Tour Down Under

Unless you’re paying close attention, you’re unlikely to spot neutral service vehicles while watching bike races on TV. Their job is to stay out of the way until needed, and when they are needed their job is to get in and get out as quickly as possible. It’s a largely thankless task, but one that […]

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How to climb like Alberto Contador

Alberto Contador is one of the best climbers of his generation. He’s explosive, races on instinct, and has his own unique technique of climbing – primarily out of the saddle. GCN had the opportunity to join team Tinkoff-Saxo at their training camp and got this rare footage of Contador and talks to him about his […]

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Road Bike Party 3

Trials and mountain-biking legend Martyn Ashton and GCN have delivered their new Road Bike Party 3. It is the first complete film in the series to be shot after Ashton’s 2013 accident, which left him paralysed from the waist down. Both of the previous Road Bike Party films were global phenomenons, going viral and racking […]

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Collectif Parlee Cycles: Episode 0

We asked Mario Beauregard from Collectif Parlee to write a short introduction about what the project is all about and what it means to him. We, at Collectif Parlee, believe our approach is a game changer. For as long as we can remember, amateur cycling sponsorship has been the same: a check in exchange for […]

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In the wind tunnel: Disc vs Rim Brakes

In this episode of “In the win tunnel” Chris and Cameron of Specialized answer the question of what the aerodynamic differences are between rim and disc brakes. It’s not as much as you might have thought…

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The Hardest Stage: Documentary on doping in German Cycling

In 2011 Germany television stations stopped broadcasting the Tour de France and cycling coverage has drastically been reduced. Its cycling superstars have been cast with a dark shadow after doping admissions in recent past and the current success stories such as Tony Martin, Marcel Kittel, John Degenkolb and Andre Greipel are the ones answering for […]

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The Col Collective: Col d’Aubisque

In this Col Collective video Mike Cotty previews the Col d’Aubisque. Cotty says of the climb: “For me the Aubisque really marks the gateway to the Pyrenees and is the entrance towards a playground of cols that have not only played centre stage for the professionals in races like the Tour de France but also […]

The Col Collective: Passo dello Stelvio

As the highest road pass in Italy, standing proud at 2,758 metres, the Passo dello Stelvio needs very little introduction. From Prato its 48 bends carve their way up the mountain in what appears to be an endless road towards heaven, constantly switching back and forth the higher you climb. In this video The Col […]

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The Col Collective: Col du Galibier

In the first video produced by The Col Collective, Mike Cotty profiles one of the most popular climbs in the world of cycling: the Col du Galibier. See how the road evolves, turning from open green land on the lower slopes to an ash-like snowcapped wonderland by the summit.

How the Race Was Won: Paris-Tours

In this edition of Cyclocosm’s “How the Race Was Won” we take a look at Jelle Wallays’ victory at Paris-Tours over the weekend. In Cyclocosm’s “How the race was won” series, you’ll see much more than simple race highlights. Cosmo Catalano picks up the details that nobody else sees, analyses the race situation and its […]

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