Slammed Vs. Non Slammed | GCN Does Science
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Slammed Vs. Non Slammed | GCN Does Science

– Back at the Abu Dhabi tour in February, Matt noticed that some of the pro’s positions were getting even more extreme. Stems were slammed and in some cases they even had the nose of the saddle tilted ever so slightly downwards. – Yeah, and after some really high level investigation, I found out that […]

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What Is The Peloton? | Road Racing Explained
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What Is The Peloton? | Road Racing Explained

(energetic music) – Peloton is a French word which literally translates to little ball. Originally, it was a military term used to describe the tight formation of a group of soldiers. And in cycling, it is the main body of riders within a road race. Due to the advantageous effects of slipstreaming behind other riders, […]

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Cyclo-cross Legends:  Annemarie Worst
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Cyclo-cross Legends: Annemarie Worst

– Today, we’re going to be learning all about Annemarie Worst. Now GCN has tons of racing coverage over on the all-new GCN Racing channel. Live coverage, interviews and features, we want to help you guys get to know some of the key riders and rising stars of the sport, and Annemarie checks both those […]

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The Feed Zone | Road Racing Explained
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The Feed Zone | Road Racing Explained

(bright music) In almost every single road race there is at least one feed zone. This is a small section of road allocated by the organisers that normally comes around halfway through the race, where team helpers, or soigneurs as they’re sometimes called, hand out musettes, which are small fabric bags, out to their riders. […]

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