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Everything You Need To Know About Gear Ratios | Choosing Cassettes, Chainrings & Shifters Explained

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The gears on our bike can seem like a tricky and complicated concept to understand, and that is especially the case when we start to discuss the idea of gear ratios. So what exactly are they, how do they work, and crucially what do they mean for us when we are riding? Mark is here to explain all! Subscribe to GTN: 🤍 Check out the GTN Shop: 🤍 If you enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends. 👍 Submit your content here: 🤍 Watch more on GTN... 📹 Cheap Bike To Super Bike: The Upgrade! 👉 🤍 📹 UCI TT Bike Vs Triathlon Bike 👉 🤍 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound: ES_Lacklustre Foray - Ritchie Everett ES_Send in the Clowns - The New Fools ES_Would if I Could - The New Fools Photos: © Triathlon / Getty Images The Global Triathlon Network (GTN) is the world's biggest triathlon YouTube channel, with new videos every day! GTN is for anyone who loves triathlon: from seasoned triathletes to first timers – and everyone in between! With the help of our former pro and Olympic medal winning team, we’re here to inform, entertain and inspire you to become a better triathlete; including videos on: - How to swim, bike, and run faster with expert knowledge - Try our session ideas - Investigations into wide ranging topics - The best triathlon bike tech and gear with pro know-how - In-depth, entertaining features from the heart of the sport - Chat, opinion and interact with us across the channel and on social media! Join us on YouTube’s best triathlon channel to get closer to the sport and to become a better, faster and fitter triathlete! Welcome to the Global Triathlon Network. Thanks to our sponsors: Canyon bikes: 🤍 Felt bicycles: 🤍 THEMAGIC5: 🤍 MET Helmets: 🤍 Nuzest: 🤍 ON Running: 🤍 Orca: 🤍 Park Tool: 🤍 Selle Italia: 🤍 Team Bath: 🤍 Wahoo: 🤍 Zwift: 🤍 YouTube Channel - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Google+ - 🤍 Strava Club - 🤍 GMBN Tech - 🤍 GCN Tech - 🤍 EMBN - 🤍

How Do Bike Gears Work? | Bicycle Gears Explained

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Bikes have gears to help you ride uphill and cycle on different terrain as efficiently as possible. Ollie goes back to basics to explain how gears actually work. Subscribe: 🤍 The GCN Shop: 🤍 GCN Tech Uploader: 🤍 Let us know what else you'd like us to explain in the comments below 🔧 If you enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends. 👍 If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link - 🤍 Watch more on GCN Tech... 📹 How To Change Gear | 🤍 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound: Ain't No Thing But To Swing - Jules Gaia Life O' The Lavish - Jules Gaia Oh What A Whirl - Jules Gaia Photos: © Velo Collection (TDW) / Getty Images & © Bettiniphoto / 🤍 Brought to you by the world’s biggest #cycling channel, the Global Cycling Network (GCN), GCN Tech goes deeper into the bikes, kit and technology stories that matter. GCN Tech is utterly obsessed with seeking out and showcasing the best in bikes, tech, products and upgrades. Everywhere. Every week. From news and rumours, first ride exclusives, how-tos, the weekly GCN Tech Show, pro bikes, set-up tips and more, we geek out over the tiny details that can make the big differences to you. With years of racing and industry expertise, we also bring you instructive maintenance videos to hone your mechanical skills, as well as behind the scenes factory tours and in-depth analysis of kit chosen by the pro peloton to keep your finger on the pulse of cycling’s latest technological innovations. Engage with us every week on the channel and across social media – we’re here to answer every question you’ve got on cycling tech. GCN Japan: 🤍 GCN Italia: 🤍 Suscribirse a GCN en Español: 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

What Are Gear Ratios?

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An easier gear makes it easier to ride uphill, a bigger gear lets you push harder and send it on the way down but how much difference can swapping out cassettes and chain rings make to the quality of your ride? Subscribe to GTN: 🤍 Check out the GTN Shop: 🤍 What gear ranges do you use? Let us know down below 👇 If you enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends. 👍 Submit your content here: 🤍 Watch more on GTN... 📹 What is the optimal cadence for cycling? 👉 🤍 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound: Are We Dance - Andreas Dahlback Attenuator - OTE Main Power - OTE Photos: © Triathlon / Getty Images The Global Triathlon Network (GTN) is the world's biggest triathlon YouTube channel, with new videos every day! GTN is for anyone who loves triathlon: from seasoned triathletes to first timers – and everyone in between! With the help of our former pro and Olympic medal winning team, we’re here to inform, entertain and inspire you to become a better triathlete; including videos on: - How to swim, bike, and run faster with expert knowledge - Try our session ideas - Investigations into wide ranging topics - The best triathlon bike tech and gear with pro know-how - In-depth, entertaining features from the heart of the sport - Chat, opinion and interact with us across the channel and on social media! Join us on YouTube’s best triathlon channel to get closer to the sport and to become a better, faster and fitter triathlete! Welcome to the Global Triathlon Network. Thanks to our sponsors: Canyon bikes: 🤍 Felt bicycles: 🤍 THEMAGIC5: 🤍 MET Helmets: 🤍 Nuzest: 🤍 ON Running: 🤍 Orca: 🤍 Park Tool: 🤍 Selle Italia: 🤍 Team Bath: 🤍 Wahoo: 🤍 Zwift: 🤍 YouTube Channel - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Google+ - 🤍 Strava Club - 🤍 GMBN Tech - 🤍 GCN Tech - 🤍 EMBN - 🤍

Bike Gears: 8 Things You Need To Know | Cycling Weekly

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Bicycle gears can be the trickiest part about cycling, and they can pose plenty of questions. When should you change gear? What are the parts called? What gears are right for your type of cycling? In this comprehensive guide to bicycle gears, we'll explain everything you need to know. Got any other questions? Then let us know in the comment section below! Guide to adjusting your rear derailleur: 🤍 Guide to adjust your front derailleur: 🤍 Subscribe to Cycling Weekly here: 🤍 More at: Cycling Weekly: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Google+: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Email: cycling🤍ti-media.com

How To Use Road Bicycle Gears

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Road bicycle gears enable riders to ride at a comfortable effort level over almost any terrain, but, to be able to do this, riders first must be able to use their gears intuitively. In this video, Manon explains how to use road bike gears, as well as sharing some handy tips to help fix any problems you might encounter and ride more smoothly out on the road! Subscribe to GCN Race Pass now, 100% Racing, By Fans, For Fans. 🤍 Check out the GCN App: 🤍 Introducing our brand new GCN Castelli Pro Training Kit - Shop Now: 🤍 Subscribe to GCN: 🤍 Register your interest in the GCN Club: 🤍 #Cycling #GCN #RoadBike Did this video help you with working out how to use your gears? Let us know in the comments below 👇 Sign up to the GCN newsletter 🤍 Join our Facebook community: 🤍 If you enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends. 👍 If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link - 🤍 Watch more on GCN... 📹 🤍 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound: ES_Windows Down (Instrumental Version) - Velee ES_Mind and Flesh (Instrumental Version) - Roof ES_Death Dance (Instrumental Version) - Luftmensch Photos: © Velo Collection (TDW) / Getty Images & © Bettiniphoto / 🤍 The Global Cycling Network (GCN) is the largest and fastest-growing online cycling channel in the world, bringing together a global community of road cyclists to celebrate everything that’s great about the world of cycling. Our videos bring fans compelling daily content including expert tutorials, techniques, training, racing, cutting-edge bike tech, unparalleled behind the scenes event coverage, humour, entertainment, and more. Presented by ex-pro riders, GCN offers a uniquely qualified insight into the world of cycling, and most importantly it’s fuelled by our passionate and enthusiastic fans – everyone who makes up the GCN community. We also bring you the latest and greatest tech to your attention, showcase the best places in the world to ride and get exclusive access to events and races. Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside #cycling Thanks to our sponsors: Castelli Clothing 🤍 Giro Helmets 🤍 Pinarello Bikes 🤍 fi’zi:k Shoes & Saddles: 🤍 and 🤍 Mavic Wheels: 🤍 Enervit Nutrition: 🤍 Topeak Tools: 🤍 Canyon Bikes: 🤍 Pirelli Tyres: 🤍 Orbea Bikes: 🤍 Vision Wheels: 🤍 Wahoo Fitness: 🤍 Park Tool: 🤍 Elite Bottles: 🤍 Whoop Fitness: 🤍 Komoot: 🤍 GCN Japan: 🤍 GCN Italia: 🤍 Suscribirse a GCN en Español: 🤍 The GCN Club - 🤍 YouTube Channel - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 GMBN Tech - 🤍 GCN Tech - 🤍 EMBN - 🤍 Leave us a comment below!

Cycling Gears Explained // Cycling Made Simple

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Cycling gearing can be confusing. This video simplifies all the terms and explains how your gears impact your riding.

Hills Are NOT Harder Than Cycling On The Flat (Says Science)

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If you want to make cycling EASIER, take the time to learn these concepts. 📘 The Bikepacking Bike Buyer's Guide: 🤍 📕 The Touring Bicycle Buyer's Guide: 🤍 Like my videos? Patreon supporters get early access to my films and exclusive access to my Q&As: 🌱 PATREON (Monthly rewards!): 🤍 ⚡️ PAYPAL (One-off donation to replace broken camera gear!): 🤍 🔥 INSTA: 🤍 🌎 FACEBOOK: 🤍 🚵🏻‍♂️ CYCLINGABOUT (endless bike travel info!): 🤍 📈 LOW GEAR RESOURCES (I'll be updating them all in the next few days):- Understanding gear ratios: 🤍 Understanding cadence: 🤍 Drop bar shifters + MTB derailleurs: 🤍 Road bike cranksets: 🤍 Wolf Tooth Tanpan: 🤍 JTek Shiftmate: 🤍 Training Peaks Chart: 🤍 0:00 - Intro 0:53 - Simple Explanation 1:39 - The Limits To My Claim 2:17 - Why Hills Sometimes Feel Harder 4:24 - Understanding Mechanical Advantage 5:12 - How To Calculate The Steepest Hill You Can Climb 9:42 - How To Fit Low Gears To Your Bike 10:52 - One More Climbing Tip! 11:31 - Summary PEOFWMLPSCCFGEIC

How You Should Be Changing Gears on Your Bike/Bicycle

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If you're derialluer hanger is bent and you want a stronger hanger then the one that came with the bike. Wheels Manufacturing is one that I highly recommend to keeping your derailleur aligned with your gears. Look for your design at 🤍 Amazon US : 🤍 Amazon CA : 🤍 Just keep in mind these simple tasks when changing gears. 1) As your pedalling click the appropriate shifter to make it easier or harder to pedal. 2) Keep the chain as straight as possible. 3) Never change gears uphill to avoid applying to much pressure on the chain.(It could break off) Remember, Higher numbers on left you should be at high numbers on the right. And of course Lower numbers on left, you should be at lower numbers on right. Do this and your bike will last longer. *TIP.. If you ride. Like A LOT. You should replace your chain every 3-6 months(depending on how hard you ride). Your sprockets will last longer, without replacing them... Wait too long, and you'll have to change your chain, and sprockets(rear cogs). Please share. Like and subscribe if you want. I would really appreciate any donation you can give. No Obligation. PayPal Donation Link: 🤍

How to pick the right bicycle gear ratios in 2 easy steps

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"Join the Facebook Group: 🤍 In this video I’m going to explain how to pick the right bicycle gear ratios. With the help of a bicycle gear ratio chart we can understand learn what gear ratio is the one we like best and choose our bicycle gear ratios accordingly. There are a number of reasons why you would want to change your bicycle gear ratio. Incorrect cadence Older bicycles have far less gears than the 11 or even 12-speed bicycles of today. An 8-speed bicycle was considered a luxury in the 90s. It also meant that not riding the gear you would like was commonplace as the jumps between gears could be too great to fit the cadence you would like. A specific gear would either feel too light or too heavy. Chain alignment The drivetrain of a bicycle is set up in such a way that the gear thought of to be most frequently used is the one that makes the chain point straight backwards towards the sprocket. For a 7-speed running a triple crankset it would mean you’d run the middle chainring and the fourth sprocket most of the time for the bike’s intended use. Running either a smaller or bigger gear would change this alignment making it more askew. Although this is intended behavior since gears are meant to be used, permanently using less optimal gearing results in increased wear of the drivetrain. Since I live in the Netherlands, which is mostly flat, and I use mountain bike gearing for road use predominantly, I find myself using the upper ratio of the sprocket. Besides a skewed chain, it also leads to use the tiniest sprockets, applying the same amount of wear on a smaller amount of teeth. This also leads to increased wear. And for my 9-speed Cannondale Killer V, there’s a noticeable difference between gear 7-9 versus gears 1-5, which are basically never used. The bicycle gear ratios Bicycle gear ratios guide us in determining what drivetrain setup is best suited for our riding style. It enables us to: - Minimize drivetrain wear - Minimize running out of gears for a single chainring and needing to shift the front derailleur - Improving efficient pedalling by achieving optimal cadence I've also written about blog post with more information. If you want to read this article go to 🤍 Visit my website for more bike restoration tutorials: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Music is from the YouTube Audio Library Songs "Swoop" - The Mini Vandals "Palmetto Moon" - The 126ers "Communicator" - Reed Mathis "Stinson" - Reed Mathis

Physics: Viewer's Request: Mechanics #14: Gear Ratio of a Bicycle

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Visit 🤍 for more math and science lectures! To donate: 🤍 🤍 We will solve: How far will the cyclist travel=? If” The pedal rotates 60 times, the wheel diameter is 70cm, the front sprocket has 48 teeth and the back sprocket has 18 teeth. Next video in this series can be seen at: 🤍

How to adjust the gears on your bike in 44 seconds!

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A super quick video to help you understand the shifting on you bike. I show you how to easy adjust simple issues with your bikes gears by understanding the basics of how your derailleur works.

LOW geared bike can tow and climb like a beast! Is this stupid or genius?

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We built a custom 74 tooth cog, and mated it to a 24 tooth direct mount chainring. The result was one of the slowest mountain bikes ever made. The gear was so low that we could barely keep the bike upright while riding it. What can it tow? Does it climb well? Find out today on Berm Peak! Berm Peak Hoodies, Beanies, Jerseys, Shirts 🤍 Want us to review your unique mountain bike or outdoor product? 🤍 Check out our main channel 🤍 Follow me on Instagram 🤍 Berm Peak Merch 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Music in this video is from 🤍 and 🤍?fpr=seth20 Support Berm Park! The free public bike park that YOU can ride! Join my Patreon and 100% of the proceeds go towards funding this. Construction is underway right now! Learn more here 🤍 Video explaining Berm Park 🤍 Advertising disclosure: All of these videos contain products, logos, or mentions associated with Diamondback Bicycles. Whether or not the video itself was sponsored by Diamondback, they do support this channel, and by extension, every video on it.

How To Change Gears On A Road Bike | Beginner Cycling Tips

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If you're new to cycling gears can seem like a daunting prospect, but learning to use them properly and efficiently is not as hard as it looks! Hank takes you through how gears work, how to use them and some things not to do when changing gear. Time Stamps: 0:00 - Intro 0:17 - How Do Gears Work? 1:00 - How To Use Gears 2:21 - How To Efficiently Utilise Gears 3:22 - Things To Avoid Useful Links: Adventure Documentaries, Exclusive Shows & Live Racing on GCN+: 🤍 Download the GCN App for free: 🤍 Join us at the Global Bike Festival: 🤍 Visit the GCN Shop: 🤍 Join the GCN Club: 🤍 Are there any other beginner tips you'd like us to cover? Let us know in the comments below!👇 Watch more on GCN... 📹 Clipless Vs Flat Pedals 👉 🤍 📹 Watch our Editor’s Choice Playlist 👉 🤍 📹 Or why not check out our Features Playlist 👉 ​​🤍 🎵 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound 🎵 Inside My Mind - Rambutan Glitter - Ballpoint #gcn #cycling #roadbike #protips #beginnertip #cyclingtips Photos: © Velo Collection (TDW) / Getty Images & © Bettiniphoto / 🤍 The Global Cycling Network (GCN) is the largest online cycling channel in the world, bringing together a global community of road cyclists to celebrate everything that’s great about the world of cycling. Our videos bring fans compelling daily content including expert tutorials, techniques, training, racing, cutting-edge bike tech, unparalleled behind the scenes event coverage, humour, entertainment, and more. Presented by ex-pro riders, GCN offers a uniquely qualified insight into the world of cycling, and most importantly it’s fuelled by our passionate and enthusiastic fans – everyone who makes up the GCN community. We also bring the latest and greatest tech to your attention, showcase the best places in the world to ride and get exclusive access to events and races. Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside Cycling Thanks to our sponsors: Castelli Clothing: 🤍 Giro Helmets: 🤍 Pinarello Bikes: 🤍 Zipp Wheels: 🤍 Topeak Tools: 🤍 Canyon Bikes: 🤍 Pirelli Tyres: 🤍 Orbea Bikes: 🤍 Vision Wheels: 🤍 Wahoo Fitness: 🤍 Park Tool: 🤍 Elite Bottles: 🤍 Whoop Fitness: 🤍 Komoot: 🤍 Selle Italia: 🤍 SIS: 🤍 Zwift: 🤍 Shimano Wheels: 🤍 Shadow Stand: 🤍 DMT Shoes: 🤍 Muc-Off: 🤍 Watch our sister channels: GCN Tech - 🤍 GCN Racing - 🤍 Global Triathlon Network - 🤍 GCN Italia - 🤍 GCN en Espanol - 🤍 GCN auf Deutsch - 🤍 GCN en Francais - 🤍 GCN Japan - 🤍 GCN Training - 🤍 Global Mountain Bike Network - 🤍 GMBN Tech - 🤍 Electric Mountain Bike Network - 🤍

The Bike Geek Explains: Gear Ratios

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Gear ratios are a basic concept that will help you understand your bike better and will allow you to make informed decisions for future upgrades.

How To Choose Your Chainrings + Cassette - GCN's Guide To Selecting Road Bike Gear Ratios

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Having the right gear ratios on your bike will make a huge difference to your riding experience. Here's a quick guide to how they work. Click here to subscribe to GCN: 🤍 Your gear ratios are defined by the size of your chainrings and the ratios offered by your cassette. Your tyre width also affects this to a certain extent, but by far the biggest influence us exerted by the chainrings and cassette. On a road bike you have two choices of chainset. Standard, which is commonly 53x39 and compact, commonly 50x34. Cassettes generally offer gears in the range of 11-25 or 11-28. In this video, Dan Lloyd explains how gear ratios are calculated and how you can use that knowledge to your benefit - don't forget to SHARE! Music: Archie Thompson - Gravedigger Jones: 🤍 Buy GCN Cycling Kit! Click here: 🤍 Get GCN T-Shirts and hoodies: 🤍 About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic climbs of Alpe D’Huez and Mont Ventoux to the cobbles of Flanders, everywhere there is road or pavé, world-class racing and pro riders, we will be there bringing you action, analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. We show you how to be a better cyclist with our bike maintenance videos, tips for improving your cycling, cycling top tens, and not forgetting the weekly GCN Show. Join us on YouTube’s biggest and best cycling channel to get closer to the action and improve your riding! Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Thanks to our sponsors: Santini cycling kit: 🤍 Kask helmets: 🤍 fi’zi:k shoes: 🤍 Youtube Channel - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Google+ - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Leave us a comment below! Music - licensed by Cue Songs

Why Are Road Bike Gears Getting Smaller? | SRAM RED eTap AXS Ratios Explained

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The new SRAM RED eTAP AXS groupset continues the trend of road bikes having smaller chainrings, but why? What is the benefit of these smaller gears? In association with SRAM, filmed in Oman. GCN Winter Sale - Up To 50% Off: 🤍 Subscribe to GCN: 🤍 Register your interest in the GCN Club: 🤍 In 1999, the Angliru climb was featured at the top level of bike racing - this was the first time that a super steep, monster climb appeared in one of the Grand Tours. Many pros had to adapt their gears just to get to the top and this was the start of the trend towards smaller gears throughout cycling. Move forward 20 years, and SRAM are taking this to another level with their new SRAM RED eTAP AXS groupset. Si & Ollie explain the thought process behind this new groupset and why smaller chainrings don't always mean easier gears! Join our Facebook community: 🤍 If you enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends. 👍 If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link - 🤍 Watch more on GCN... 📹 New SRAM RED eTAP AXS - Detailed & Demoed - 🤍 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound: Elevator Bell Ding - SFX Producer Formations - Van Sandano Superior - Silver Maple Yuma - Van Sandano Photos: © Velo Collection (TDW) / Getty Images & © Bettiniphoto / 🤍 About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic climbs of Alpe D’Huez and Mont Ventoux to the cobbles of Flanders, everywhere there is road or pavé, world-class racing and pro riders, we will be there bringing you action, analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. We show you how to be a better cyclist with our bike maintenance videos, tips for improving your cycling, cycling top tens, and not forgetting the weekly GCN Show. Join us on YouTube’s biggest and best cycling channel to get closer to the action and improve your riding! Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Thanks to our sponsors: Assos of Switzerland: 🤍 fi’zi:k Shoes & Saddles: 🤍 and 🤍 Wiggle: 🤍 Topeak Tools: 🤍 Canyon Bikes: 🤍 Bell Helmets: 🤍 Roka Sunglasses: 🤍 Quarq: 🤍 Orbea Bikes: 🤍 Trek Bicycles: 🤍 Vision Wheels: 🤍 Zipp Wheels: 🤍 Wahoo Fitness: 🤍 Park Tool: 🤍 Continental Tyres: 🤍 Camelbak: 🤍 Komoot Route Planning: 🤍 Suscribirse a GCN en Español: 🤍 The GCN Club - 🤍 YouTube Channel - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Google+ - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 GMBN Tech - 🤍 GCN Tech - 🤍 EMBN - 🤍 Leave us a comment below!

Biking Uphill... Understanding Gear Ratios

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Ratios are used to compare several different gear settings on a mountain bike, and why it is much easier to pedal uphill if you choose the right gear combination! See the rest of my real world situational math videos... 🤍 #gearratio #cycling #SituationalMathVideos

How & When To Change Gear On Your Bike | Beginner Cycling Tips

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Gears. They may seem complicated at first, but use them properly and you'll really notice the difference. There are many skills to be learnt in changing gears that could have a great benefit to your riding and your bike. Mark and Heather are here to explain! Subscribe to GTN: 🤍 Check out the GTN Shop: 🤍 Gears. They may seem complicated at first, but use them properly and you'll really notice the difference. There are many skills to be learnt in changing gears such as avoid crossing your chain, cadence and pre-empting. Sounds simple and could be a great benefit to your riding and your bike! Mark and Heather are here to explain! If you enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends. 👍 Submit your content here: 🤍 If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link - 🤍 Watch more on GTN... 📹 How To Change Your Cassette | Road And Triathlon Bike Maintenance 👉 🤍 📹 Gear Ratios Explained For Triathlon | Choosing The Right Cassette, Chainrings & Shifters 👉 🤍 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound: Melancholy - Ooyy All I Want Is You - Tomas Skyldeberg Free Love - Tomas Skyldeberg Just Wanna Run (COE Remix) (Instrumental Version) - Blanches Just Wanna Run (COE Remix) - Blanches Photos: © Triathlon / Getty Images The Global Triathlon Network (GTN) is the best triathlon YouTube channel, with videos for anyone who loves triathlon: from seasoned Ironman racers to first-timers – and everyone in between. With the help of our pro and Olympic medal winning team, we’re here to inform, entertain and inspire you to become a better triathlete; including videos on: How to swim, bike, and run faster with expert knowledge Beat your PB with record-breaking expertise Get the best from your bike and gear with pro-know-how In-depth, entertaining features from the heart of the sport Chat, opinion and interact with us across the channel and on social media every week Join us on YouTube’s best triathlon channel to get closer to the sport and to become a better, faster and fitter triathlete. Welcome to the Global Triathlon Network. Thanks to our sponsors: Assos of Switzerland clothing: 🤍 BMC Switzerland: 🤍 Canyon bikes: 🤍 Cervelo bikes: 🤍 Continental: 🤍 ENVE wheels: 🤍 KASK helmets: 🤍 ON Running: 🤍 Orca: 🤍 Park Tool: 🤍 Polar: 🤍 Profile Design: 🤍 Quarq power meters: 🤍 Roka: 🤍 Team Bath: 🤍 Vision wheels: 🤍 Zipp wheels: 🤍 Zwift: 🤍 YouTube Channel - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Google+ - 🤍 Strava Club - 🤍 GMBN Tech - 🤍 GCN Tech - 🤍 EMBN - 🤍

Shop Owner Discovers THE PERFECT GEAR RATIO FOR ALL BIKES!

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In today's tech Thursday brought to you by EPIC BMX (http://instagramcom/_epicbmx) via Phu Vu this Shop Owner Discovers THE PERFECT GEAR RATIO FOR ALL BIKES! This video discusses the ideal ratios for 20" BMX bikes (the 36/13, 33/12, 30/11, 28/10, 25/9, 22/8) as well as the ratios for 24" 26" and 29" BMX cruisers. Join the AlfGang Discord: 🤍 Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 Thanks for taking the time to watch my content! If there's anything you'd like to see, please let me know in the comments, and if you can, don't forget to drop a like! If you'd like to support Alfredo: For merch visit: 🤍AlfredoMancuso.com 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Snapchat: AlfredoMancuso

How & When To Change Gear On A Road Bike | GCN's Pro Tips

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Thanks to Bellwether for the products used in this video. All views are the presenters own. If you're new to cycling, then using gears and gear selection can be quite complicated. There's many other things to think about that if it's not second nature to you, it can be very easy to get it wrong, or not to bother at all. If that's you, then don't fear, because coming up is GCN's very own beginners' guide to using road bike gears. Subscribe to GCN: 🤍 Get exclusive GCN gear in the GCN shop! 🤍 Let us know your tips for gear changing and selection in the comments below 👇 If you're new to cycling, then using gears and gear selection can be quite complicated. There's so many other different things to think about that if it's not second nature to you, it can be very easy to get it wrong, or not to bother at all. So, if that is you, then don't fear, because coming up is GCN's very own beginners' guide to using road bike gears. Most modern road bikes have the gear shifters integrated into the brakes, so brake on the left hand side, well this actually shifts the front mech, changing the big ring down into the small ring. And on the right hand side, the brake, actually shifts the rear mech, so changing from the big cog to the small cog and vice versa. The bigger the cog on the cassette, the easier the gear, but the reverse can be said for the chainset. So, the bigger the chain ring on the front, the harder it is to pedal. For the vast majority of the time, you will be using your right hand to change gears at the back. The reason being that the actual differences between the gears are much smaller back here, so that when you do change gears, actually the rate at which you pedal, or your cadence, changes only slightly. It's only when you get to the extreme ends of those sprockets at the back, so those really big ones or the really small ones, that you then think about using your left hand to change into a different chain ring, and therefore make a bigger jump. The only thing you need to bear in mind with your gears is they are there to help you. They're there to help you pedal at the right cadence. Now, what that might be does very much depend on you, but we'd say generally we want to be looking at about 80 revolutions per minute. That would be kinda normal. If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link 👍 🤍 Watch more on GCN... How To Use Road Bike Shifters | Change Gear On Your Road Bike 📹 🤍 How To Index Your Gears - Adjusting Your Rear Derailleur 📹 🤍 Photos: © Bettiniphoto / 🤍 & ©Tim De Waele / 🤍 About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic climbs of Alpe D’Huez and Mont Ventoux to the cobbles of Flanders, everywhere there is road or pavé, world-class racing and pro riders, we will be there bringing you action, analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. We show you how to be a better cyclist with our bike maintenance videos, tips for improving your cycling, cycling top tens, and not forgetting the weekly GCN Show. Join us on YouTube’s biggest and best cycling channel to get closer to the action and improve your riding! Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Thanks to our sponsors: Alta Badia:🤍 // Maratona Dles Dolomites: 🤍 Assos of Switzerland: 🤍 KASK helmets: 🤍 fi’zi:k shoes and saddles: 🤍 and 🤍 Topeak tools: 🤍 Canyon bikes: 🤍 Quarq: 🤍 DT Swiss: 🤍 Science in Sport: 🤍 Orbea bikes: 🤍 Trek Bicycles: 🤍 Vision wheels: 🤍 Zipp wheels: 🤍 power2max: 🤍 Wahoo Fitness: 🤍 Park Tool: 🤍 Continental tyres: 🤍 Camelbak: 🤍 YouTube Channel - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Google+ - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Leave us a comment below!

Everything You Need To Know About 1x, 2x & 3x Cranksets

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When choosing a bike, there are so many options available, even down to choosing your gearing. You can get 1x, 2x, 3x cranksets which each offer different gear ratios and therefore riding experiences. If you’re unsure about which type of chainset is best for you or just want to know more about different drivetrain set-ups then this is the video for you! 0:00 Intro 0:21 What Are Gear Ratios? 2:08 Choosing Your Gear Ratios 2:44 3x Chainset 4:46 2x Chainset 6:55 1x Chainring 9:27 Summary Useful Links: Adventure Documentaries, Exclusive Shows & Live Racing on GCN+: 🤍 Download the GCN App for free: 🤍 Visit the GCN Shop: 🤍 Join the GCN Club: 🤍 Do you ride a 1x, 2x or 3x and which do you think is best? Let us know in the comments below! 💬 If you liked this video, be sure to give it a thumbs up 👍 and share it with your friends! Watch more on GCN Tech... 📹 The Surprising Science Of Bike Tyres 👉 🤍 📹 Watch our Editor’s Choice Playlist 👉 🤍 📹 Watch the latest GCN Tech Show 👉 🤍 🎵 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound 🎵 Step Bro - Heyson Yesterdays - North Sphere Rate 44 - Lukas Got Lucky In Those Hazel Eyes - Tall Oak Town Coming Into View - Josef Falkenskold #gcntech #gcn #cycling #roadbike #bike #roadcycling #tech #guide Photos: © Velo Collection (TDW) / Getty Images & © Bettiniphoto / 🤍 Brought to you by the world’s biggest cycling channel, the Global Cycling Network (GCN), GCN Tech is the only channel you need for all things bike tech – past, present and future. Simply put, we’re obsessed with tech: we seek out and showcase the best in bikes, components, tech, accessories, upgrades and more from races and events, tech shows and product launches across the globe to bring you the best in road bike technology. We’ve also got great maintenance videos to help you get the most from your bike; pro-bike tours from all the biggest races; special features and the weekly GCN Tech Show. We also take a deeper look into the future of cycling, apps, smart tech and virtual riding. Join us on the channel and the GCN App to submit your content, vote on the latest tech and keep abreast of exciting new trends. Thanks to our sponsors: Castelli Clothing: 🤍 Giro Helmets: 🤍 Pinarello Bikes: 🤍 Zipp Wheels: 🤍 Topeak Tools: 🤍 Canyon Bikes: 🤍 Pirelli Tyres: 🤍 Orbea Bikes: 🤍 Vision Wheels: 🤍 Wahoo Fitness: 🤍 Park Tool: 🤍 Elite Bottles: 🤍 Whoop Fitness: 🤍 Komoot: 🤍 Selle Italia: 🤍 SIS: 🤍 Zwift: 🤍 Shimano Wheels: 🤍 Shadow Stand: 🤍 DMT Shoes: 🤍 Muc-Off: 🤍 Watch our sister channels: Global Cycling Network - 🤍 GCN Racing - 🤍 Global Triathlon Network - 🤍 GCN Italia - 🤍 GCN en Espanol - 🤍 GCN auf Deutsch - 🤍 GCN en Francais - 🤍 GCN Japan - 🤍 GCN Training - 🤍 Global Mountain Bike Network - 🤍 GMBN Tech - 🤍 Electric Mountain Bike Network - 🤍

How To Change Gear On Your Bike | Road Bike Shifting Made Easy

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Having up to 33 gears on your bike can be a complicated affair. Luckily Simon Richardson is here to let you know what to do with them. Subscribe to GCN: 🤍 Get exclusive GCN gear in the GCN shop! 🤍 Let us know your tips for making gear changing easy in the comment below 👇 Ex-Professional Cyclist Simon Richardson is here to explain the range of gears you have and some basic rules around using them. The left hand brake/gear lever unit controls the front derailleur and choice of chainring at the front. The front derailleur pushes/pulls the chain from one chainring to another depending on the riders action from the gear lever. The right hand controls the rear derailleur and essentially fine tunes your cadence. A key tip is change gear before it's to late, e.g if you have to change from the big chainring to the small chainring when grinding to a halt on a climb, it can go horribly wrong and is to late. Two gear ratios to avoid are the big chainring and the largest sprocket at the rear, and the opposite, the smallest chainring and the smallest sprocket. The reason being these extreme gear selections put extra strain on the chain and can cause premature failure. If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link 👍 🤍 Watch more on GCN... How To Change Gear Like A Pro 📹 🤍 How To Index Your Gears - Adjusting Your Rear Derailleur 📹 🤍 Music: J. Solar - Motivation Photos: © Bettiniphoto / 🤍 & ©Tim De Waele / 🤍 About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic climbs of Alpe D’Huez and Mont Ventoux to the cobbles of Flanders, everywhere there is road or pavé, world-class racing and pro riders, we will be there bringing you action, analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. We show you how to be a better cyclist with our bike maintenance videos, tips for improving your cycling, cycling top tens, and not forgetting the weekly GCN Show. Join us on YouTube’s biggest and best cycling channel to get closer to the action and improve your riding! Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Thanks to our sponsors: Alta Badia:🤍 // Maratona Dles Dolomites: 🤍 Assos of Switzerland: 🤍 KASK helmets: 🤍 fi’zi:k shoes and saddles: 🤍 and 🤍 Topeak tools: 🤍 Canyon bikes: 🤍 Science in Sport: 🤍 Orbea bikes: 🤍 Trek Bicycles: 🤍 Vision wheels: 🤍 Zipp wheels: 🤍 power2max: 🤍 Wahoo Fitness: 🤍 Park Tool: 🤍 Continental tyres: 🤍 Camelbak: 🤍 YouTube Channel - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Google+ - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Leave us a comment below!

BMX Gearing Explained

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Ever wondered why we use numbers like "53", "54" and "55" for BMX gearing? Hopefully this video goes someway towards explaining how we come up with those numbers. This is the first draft of this video, so please give me your suggestions on how I can improve it. It's a little confusing in the middle but I'll iron out those bugs if you think I need to. Thanks.

Chain and Sprocket 101 - Gearing Up - Gearing Down - Finding the Best Gear Ratio

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Gearing is super important 🤍 Proper gearing allows you get more low end torque or a higher top speed, with just a few minor changes. Is your motorcycle putting down the power it should be to the ground? A good chain and functional sprockets keep our bikes moving. Are you running the best size sprockets for your type of ridding? Sprockets: 🤍 Do you have the best chain for the type of riding that you enjoy? Chains: 🤍 Are yours good-to-go or are they shot and in need of replacement? If in need of replacement, check out our huge selection of chain / sprocket kits: 🤍 Find the entire collection of Final Drive products at Chaparral Motorsports: 🤍 ChapMoto.com is a leading motorcycle parts and accessories retailer in the motorcycle industry.  For over 30 years, Chaparral Motorsports has specialized in offering a large selection of motorcycle helmets, riding gear, replacement parts and motorcycle tires at reasonable prices.  Ranked as a Top 100 motorcycle dealer by Dealernews magazine, Chaparral Motorsports is more than just an online retailer – with 160,000 square foot motorcycle dealership, Chaparral Motorsports is one of the largest motorcycle dealerships in the United States.  Dedicated to delivering the best deals and service, ChapMoto.com has everything you need to keep your wheels turning. Click here to Sign-Up for Chaparral Motorsports Promotional Emails: 🤍

MY GEARING FOR LONG CLIMBS, STEEP HILLS & BIKEPACKING

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Motorcycle Sprockets / Gearing - Explained with Bike It!

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Gearing can be confusing at the best of times. Do you go bigger or smaller and what will those changes do to your bike?! We're here to explain all and clear up the great gearing debate once and for all! View the full range of MTX Sprockets on our website - 🤍 Be sure to subscribe and let us know in the comments what gearing you run and why. Like the video, if you found it helpful, for more videos like this and for new products here at Bike It!

Explaining Brompton Gearing - [Including P & T Line]

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With the introduction of the T and P-Line, there are even more Brompton gearing configuration to choose from. We review them and evaluate respective speed and climbing performance. Brompton 44T Chainring and Guard assy (🤍 Brompton 50T Chainring and Guard assy (🤍 Brompton 54T Chainring and Guard assy (🤍 00:00 Introduction 00:25 Bicycle Drivetrain 01:33 Hybrid / Road / City Bike gear range 02:33 Brompton Gear range 02:40 1 Speed 03:01 2 Speed 03:19 3 Speed 03:47 4 Speed 04:16 6 Speed 04:52 Commuting Speed 05:35 Climbing Performance 07:17 Summary Reference: Bioastronautics data book, 2nd edition, NASA-SP-3006 [🤍 Copyrights - Music: The Day is Close - The 126ers - Video by cottonbro from Pexels [man-biking-upside-down] - VIdeo by Brompton Bicycles T-Line [🤍 - VIdeo by Brompton Bicycles 4 Speed Gearing [🤍 - Photo Ashley Pomeroy [Sturmey-Archer hub] #Brompton #2bikes4adventure

Bicycle Gearing explained

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In this video, I explain how the gearing is calculated on a bike. Download the gear sheet from here: 🤍

Bicycle Gearing Physics (Velocity Gear Ratios ,Torque and Force Explained)

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Due to the warmer weather I have been riding my bicycle more lately. I got to thinking about how force and motion goes through the bicycles gearing mechanism and wheels. In this video we will be going over how gear ratios work and how to calculate how much force reaches the tire. To start off lets go over how gear ratios work. Now on my bicycle there is a gear attached the pedal that is 19 cm diameter to chain center. There is also a gear on the wheel that is 7 cm diameter to chain center. Now to get the gear ratio we can take the circumference of the 19 cm gear and divide it by the circumference of the 7 cm gear. In this case we get a gear ratio of about 2.71. This means that every time the big gear turns once the small gear turns 2.71 times. To further cement this I have placed a graphic of both the gears circumferences laid out flat. You will notice that the 7 cm gear circumference is much shorter the 19 cm gears circumference. As stated before 2.71 seven cm circumferences will fit into the 19 cm circumference. Or in other words the 7 cm gear will rotate around 2.71 times for every one revolution of the 19 cm gear. Now lets figure out how much force is applied to the ground after going through the gear system. I have placed a graphic of a bicycle that is not to scale. It consists of a pedal marked in black a gear marked in blue that is attached to the pedal. A gear marked in green that is attached to the wheel and a wheel that is marked in purple. So we will begin at the pedal. A force is applied to the pedal this results in a torque. This torque is then translated to the gear attached to the pedal. The thing to note about the torque going from the pedal to the gear is that the torques are equal to one another. Being that the gear has a smaller radius the force on the gear is greater. This comes at the cost of having less displacement so the gear has a slower tangential velocity then at the pedal. Think about opening and closing a door. It is relatively easy to open a door from the side farthest from the hinge. If you try to open a door close to the hinge it becomes much harder. Now if you were to attached a rope to the door at a point closer to the hinge and move the door at the side farthest from the hinge. The rope would have a greater force on it then you are apply to the door. This comes at the cost of having less displacement Now lets take a look at the gear system. What is happening with the gears is a change in how far away the force is applied from the center. The force on both gears are the same as seen in the diagram. The larger gear has the force creating a torque at 9.5 cm away from the center. The smaller gear has the same force creating a torque at 3.5 cm away from the center. This results in higher RPMs at the cost of less torque at the smaller gear. Finally at the rear wheel the toque at the small gear on the wheel equals the torque on the outside edge of the wheel. This means that the force applied to the ground is less than the force applied on the small gear. Think of the door example from the pedal and larger gear example Now to wrap things up. To solve for how much force is applied to the ground we can take the first torque equation of force 1 times radius 1 equals force 2 x radius 2. Recall that force 2 and 3 are equal so we will swap out force 2 for force 3. We can then take the equation for force 3 of radius 4 x force 4 over radius 3 and substitute it into the first equation. After doing some rearranging of formulas we are left with force 1 times radius 3 times raidus 1 over radius 4 times radius 2 = force 4. We end up with force 4 being equal to .21 times force 1 Disclaimer These videos are intended for educational purposes only (students trying to pass a class) If you design or build something based off of these videos you do so at your own risk. I am not a professional engineer and this should not be considered engineering advice. Consult an engineer if you feel you may put someone at risk.

Are Big Fixed Gear Ratios Actually Faster?

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The bike I ride, channel sponsor, pretty cool people: 🤍 Mildly ironic Reasonably Dangerous cycling shirts: 🤍 Since street fixed gear riding was born from track cycling, a lot of fixed gear riders have an obsession with riding the biggest gear ratio possible. But there's two schools of thought when it comes to ideal gear ratios for street riding: spinners vs. mashers. Spinners argue that learning to spin a lower gear ratio at higher cadences allows the rider to traverse steeper terrains AND be faster on flats. Mashers argue "big ratio, big muscle, big speed." To find out whether a big gear ratio is actually faster for street riding, not just for pros on the track, I try riding my normal 25 mile loop with the biggest fixed gear ratio I've ever ridden. The results may surprise you. Sources: Gear Inch Calculator: 🤍 World Hour Record Gear Ratios: 🤍 Get a shoutout at the end of each video by supporting the channel on Patreon: 🤍 Fixie Famous Shoutout: Ryan Witt David Klippens Ellie Lovelace Justin Javier Kelvin Ho Julian Corona Fixed Federation OC Bike Crew Stan Strong 108 Brandon Black Zane Kolnik Singlespeed Shoutout: Seungwan Kim Chris Javier Lopez M. Martin Mohr Young Architect Nick Scott Palangi Todd Brannan Epilektric Michael Greif Nicodache Connect with me: 🤍 #fixedgear #cycling

Motorcycle Gearing: Introductory Lesson

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DaveMossTuning.com Technically, gears are toothed wheels which transfer power one to another by direct contact. Sprockets are toothed wheels which transfer power one to another via an intermediary device like a chain. Regardless, we motorcyclist Neanderthals refer to altering the ratio between any 2 types of wheels as changes in "gearing". On a motorcycle this can be done inside the transmission like an automobile, but is most commonly done outside of it via the sprockets.

Choosing The Best Gear Ratio For Your Bike!

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The topic of today's Tech Thursday, brought to you by Phu Vu over at EPIC BMX (🤍_epicbmx) we have Choosing The Best Gear Ratio For Your Bike! Now this video covers the full gamut of BMX bikes, cruisers, wheelie bikes, 26 inch, 29 inch, Fixed Gears, and even road bikes. If your bike has a gear, then this video is applicable! Support EPIC BMX by visiting 🤍 Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 Thanks for taking the time to watch my content! If there's anything you'd like to see, please let me know in the comments, and if you can, don't forget to drop a like! If you'd like to support me: For merch visit: 🤍AlfredoMancuso.com 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Snapchat: AlfredoMancuso

1:243 Gear Ratio

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It takes a ton of force (not literally) to rotate this gearbox. It is also extremely easy to stop the rotation from the high speed side. BEST ALL AROUND 3D PRINTER: Printer: Creality - Ender 3 Buy it here: 🤍 3d printed gear box. Printed on my ender 3. Mechanical gear drive. Satisfying 3d print. Guess the gear ratio. 🤍3DPrinterAcademy.com At 3D Printer Academy 95% of our content is free for everyone to enjoy. ➡️ Please consider supporting us on Patreon to gain special perks and help us make 3d printing accessible for everyone: 🤍 I recommend these filaments: Copper Filament: 🤍 Multi-Colored Filament: 🤍 Black and White Filament Combo Pack: 🤍 If you like this video please like and subscribe for more interesting 3d printing content and satisfying videos. Printer: Ender 3 🤍 Slicer: Cura Material: PLA Nozzle Temperature: 200 Bed Temperature: 50-60 Layer Height: 0.2 to 0.28 Infill: 20-40% Print Speed: 50mm/s #satisfying​ #3dprinting​ #3dprints​ #3dprinted​ #colors​ #design​ #engineering​ Tags: #3dprint​ #storts​ #short​ #reels​ #3dprinting​ #gears​ #mechanical​ #satisfying​ #oddlysatisfying​ #ender3

How to Shift Gears on a Motorcycle #short #shifting #motorcycle #subscribe

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How to Choose the Fixed/Singlespeed Gearing Best for YOU | Fixed Gear Gearing Guide

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You'll need these essential tools before finding your perfect fixed gear gearing: 🤍 Get exclusive behind the scenes access by becoming a Super Subscrider on Patreon: 🤍 Find out your gear inches: 🤍 More extensive articles on gearing for cycling: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 song: "Ipanema Daydream" by Bird Creek Fixie Famous Shoutout: Mikey Sincox Evil Ernie Mark Vandeventer Jeziel Patreon Singlespeed Shoutout: Anatole Franck nicadache 🤍Niivass Connect with me: 🤍 Looking for the gearing on your fixed gear that will best be suited for the terrain you ride and your riding style? Here's the Fixed Gear Gearing Guide. To find the gearing that's best for you, we need to understand some gearing basics. Gearing is measured in what's called gear inches. The higher the gear inches, the harder it will be to pedal but the faster you'll go. To increase your gear inches, increase the number of teeth on your chainring or decrease the number of teeth on your cog. Tire size will also affect gearing a little bit. Gearing will influence your riding style by affecting your cadence and your bike's resistance. Your ideal gearing will depend on your strength, the terrain you ride, whether you like to spin or mash, whether you're riding with brakes or not, how rough of surfaces you'll be riding, how much weight you'll be carrying, the list goes on. There's no one correct gearing for one person, let alone everybody. Gearing is highly subjective and whatever you think is the best ratio IS your best ratio. Generally, people are most comfortable and efficient pedaling between 75-90 revolutions per minute (RPM). That's about one and a half to two pedal strokes every second. I recommend choosing a gearing that's low enough to get you up the steepest hills you'll ride but is as high as you can go without having to get off and walk your bike. 50-70 gear inches is low gearing and good if you mostly do climbing or carry a lot of weight. 75-85ish gear inches is medium gearing and is the sweet spot for a lot of people. 75-85 gear inches are good for 50/50 climbing and flat riding or mostly flat riding. 90-120 gear inches is high gearing. This is for racing and trying to break records. If you're just riding around town, don't go higher than 90 gear inches since too high a gearing can lead to injury with knee injuries being the most common. The best way to find which gearing is best for your needs and riding style is to try out different gearing. Use the gear inch calculator to find out what your gearing is, so you can have a reference point. Buy some cheap cogs from a friendly bike shop, swap them out, and have a blast crushing the terrain on your fixed gear.

What Size Gearing Should I Get On My Bike? | GCN Tech Clinic

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Alex & Ollie answer your burning bike tech questions on this week’s GCN Tech Clinic. They give advice on what size chainring and cassette would be best for most riders, whether you can use tubeless sealant inside inner tubes, how to best clean your carbon wheels, and more! 0:00 Intro 0:16 Fix for tubeless tyres refusing to seal? 1:51 Ultegra Di2 vs Ultegra mechanical? 3:37 Tubeless sealant for inner tubes? 4:39 What gearing should I get? 6:34 What product does Ollie use in his hair? 7:01 How to make bike computer last longer? 7:44 Products for cleaning carbon wheels? 8:40 Clip-on TT bars for aero bike? Useful Links: Adventure Documentaries, Exclusive Shows & Live Racing on GCN+: 🤍 Download the GCN App for free: 🤍 Visit the GCN Shop: 🤍 Join the GCN Club: 🤍 If you have a tech queries of your own, you can send it to us in the comments below, using the hashtag #AskGCNTech and we may include it in a future episode! 💬👇 If you liked this video, be sure to give it a thumbs up 👍 and share it with your friends! Watch more on GCN Tech... 📹 Shimano 105 Di2 Vs Dura-Ace: What’s The Difference? 👉 🤍 📹 Watch our Editor’s Choice Playlist 👉 🤍 📹 Watch the latest GCN Tech Show 👉 🤍 🎵 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound 🎵 #gcntech #gcn #cycling #roadbike #bike #bikes #bicycle #maintenance #clinic #ask #tech #bikelife Photos: © Velo Collection (TDW) / Getty Images & © Bettiniphoto / 🤍 Brought to you by the world’s biggest cycling channel, the Global Cycling Network (GCN), GCN Tech is the only channel you need for all things bike tech – past, present and future. Simply put, we’re obsessed with tech: we seek out and showcase the best in bikes, components, tech, accessories, upgrades and more from races and events, tech shows and product launches across the globe to bring you the best in road bike technology. We’ve also got great maintenance videos to help you get the most from your bike; pro-bike tours from all the biggest races; special features and the weekly GCN Tech Show. We also take a deeper look into the future of cycling, apps, smart tech and virtual riding. Join us on the channel and the GCN App to submit your content, vote on the latest tech and keep abreast of exciting new trends. Thanks to our sponsors: Castelli Clothing: 🤍 Giro Helmets: 🤍 Pinarello Bikes: 🤍 Zipp Wheels: 🤍 Topeak Tools: 🤍 Canyon Bikes: 🤍 Pirelli Tyres: 🤍 Orbea Bikes: 🤍 Vision Wheels: 🤍 Wahoo Fitness: 🤍 Park Tool: 🤍 Elite Bottles: 🤍 Whoop Fitness: 🤍 Komoot: 🤍 Selle Italia: 🤍 SIS: 🤍 Zwift: 🤍 Shimano Wheels: 🤍 Shadow Stand: 🤍 DMT Shoes: 🤍 Muc-Off: 🤍 Watch our sister channels: Global Cycling Network - 🤍 GCN Racing - 🤍 Global Triathlon Network - 🤍 GCN Italia - 🤍 GCN en Español - 🤍 GCN auf Deutsch - 🤍 GCN en Français - 🤍 GCN Japan - 🤍 GCN Training - 🤍 Global Mountain Bike Network - 🤍 GMBN Tech - 🤍 Electric Mountain Bike Network - 🤍

Motorcycle and ATV Gearing Guide

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Shop | Dirt Bike & ATV Gearing Guide 🤍 The Chain & Sprockets on your motorcycle tend to wear out over time and require replacement. In this video we talk about your motorcycle and ATV's gearing and ways you can gear your bike or atv for your specific style of riding. When you are replacing these parts on your bike it's important to replace both sprockets and the chain all at the same time. If you only replace one or the other it could cause premature wear of these components. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC carries chains and sprockets for just about every machine and gives you gearing options along with color and design options to suit your specific needs. Click Here To Subscribe To Our Channel! 🤍 Follow Us On Social Media! FACEBOOK: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍

How to Make a Speed Bike

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I'll show you how to transform a super-fast bike with multiple chainrings, and it's got really big gear ratios, so it's super fast! My channel has just started, there will be more interesting DIY productions in the follow-up There are a lot of interesting little productions in the channel! Like my video and share it with your friends, also SUBSCRIBE for more!

How To Change Gear Like A Pro | GCN's Pro Tips

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Nobody likes clunky gear changes when you're out riding your bike. That crunching noise when your chain gets caught between sprockets as you grind to an over geared halt strikes fear into the heart of even the most experienced riders. Fortunately, Conor's on hand to talk you through the subtleties of shifting to make sure you're getting the most out of your gears. Check out the GCN App: 🤍 Check out our new Spring Range in the GCN Shop: 🤍 Subscribe to GCN: 🤍 Register your interest in the GCN Club: 🤍 #Cycling #GCN #RoadBike Have you ever dropped your chain at a crucial moment? For all of our adventures and epic rides follow us on Komoot: 🤍 Join our Facebook community: 🤍 If you enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends. 👍 If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link - 🤍 Watch more on GCN... 📹 How To Hold Your Handlebars Like A Pro 🤍 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound: Not Normal (Instrumental Version) - Sebastian Forslund Are You Mine (Instrumental Version) - Wellmess Closer to You (Instrumental Version) - Wellmess Dancing Through the Stars (Instrumental Version) - Wellmess Fake Reality (Instrumental Version) - Sven Karlsson Just Drive (Instrumental Version) - Wellmess Know Me Better - Brendon Moeller Monkey Throw Monkey - Arc De Soleil Photos: © Velo Collection (TDW) / Getty Images & © Bettiniphoto / 🤍 The Global Cycling Network (GCN) is the largest and fastest-growing online cycling channel in the world, bringing together a global community of road cyclists to celebrate everything that’s great about the world of cycling. Our videos bring fans compelling daily content including expert tutorials, techniques, training, racing, cutting-edge bike tech, unparalleled behind the scenes event coverage, humour, entertainment, and more. Presented by ex-pro riders, GCN offers a uniquely qualified insight into the world of cycling, and most importantly it’s fuelled by our passionate and enthusiastic fans – everyone who makes up the GCN community. We also bring you the latest and greatest tech to your attention, showcase the best places in the world to ride and get exclusive access to events and races. Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside #cycling Thanks to our sponsors: Pinarello Bikes 🤍 fi’zi:k Shoes & Saddles: 🤍 and 🤍 Mavic Wheels: 🤍 Enervit Nutrition: 🤍 Topeak Tools: 🤍 Canyon Bikes: 🤍 Pirelli Tyres: 🤍 Bell Helmets: 🤍 Quarq: 🤍 Orbea Bikes: 🤍 Vision Wheels: 🤍 Zipp Wheels: 🤍 Wahoo Fitness: 🤍 Park Tool: 🤍 Komoot Route Planning: 🤍 Elite Bottles: 🤍 GCN Japan: 🤍 GCN Italia: 🤍 Suscribirse a GCN en Español: 🤍 The GCN Club - 🤍 YouTube Channel - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 GMBN Tech - 🤍 GCN Tech - 🤍 EMBN - 🤍 Leave us a comment below!

Six Speed Overview - Brompton Bike Gearing Video Review

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22.04.2016

Order your Brompton here: 🤍 The six speed Brompton bike is designed to give you a wide range of gearing from low to high so you can climb hills and go fast. The system combines a 3 speed internal hub with a 2 speed derailleur in order to deliver a wide range of gears with an even spacing between the gears. This means that if you have longer distances to travel or if you have a particularly steep area to ride in you will have plenty of gearing to match the terrain.

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