Tuesday, 30 September 2014

GoPro HERO4: The Adventure of Life in 4K

All around the world GoPro users are capturing incredible experiences, from the heart-stopping to the heartfelt. Into the caldron of an active volcano, the neon streets of Japan, a refuge for wild mustangs, scaling an iceberg, the world’s biggest dance party, or a whale rescue mission, GoPros have documented every moment. See how GoPro’s new line of our most advanced cameras ever allow you to beautifully and authentically capture and share the experiences that bring purpose, adventure, and joy to your life.

Monday, 29 September 2014

Ground Effect - Products That Bombed

A humorous look at three of the not so successful products Ground Effect have created over the last 20 years

Sunday, 28 September 2014


A longer video that shows sights of the Yampa Valley, which is our home...plus our shop and some insights from a few people at Moots and what brought them to Steamboat in the first place. Filmed during our Spring run-off.

Interview with Steve Hogg - Bike Fitting Expert

See http://www.cycling-inform.com for more great cycling articles, cycling tip and training information

Saturday, 27 September 2014

Danny MacAskill on the KTM FREERIDE E preview

Scottish street trials star Danny MacAskill has now become an official ambassador for the KTM FREERIDE E after showing an interest in the bike earlier this year.

Salsa Cycles Why Bikepack

Salsa Cycles Why Bikepack short film shares the story of a fall bikepacking trip and the motivations of one of the riders. Shot on the beautiful Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Trails in northern Wisconsin in Fall 2013

Wednesday, 24 September 2014


#AskSBCU - Questions about cycling, bikes, equipment, technical issues, Body Geometry Fit, etc

Saturday, 20 September 2014

SLULU VOODOO -- "Skill Drill"

Practice makes perfect, and in this episode, Specialized-lululemon's Ally Stacher talks the importance of basic skills and bike handling. Now get out there and pick up those bottles!

What If Cars Disappeared?

What would happen if we just STOPPED DRIVING?

Friday, 19 September 2014

The Road to Mont-Blanc

A 1000km non-stop journey across the Dolomites, Eastern Alps and Swiss Alps.

Exploration is as much about overcoming the unknown challenges of the road ahead as it is about learning of one's own physical and mental capabilities. On August 4th 2014 Mike Cotty faced the longest and hardest ride of his life, a personal challenge to see if it's possible to cycle over 1,000km and 21 mountains non-stop across the Dolomites, Eastern Alps and Swiss Alps from Conegliano, Italy, to Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France. Thunderstorms during the darkest depths of the night, a bitter cold dawn on the Passo dello Stelvio, punishing headwinds and the will to overcome adversity and sleep deprivation from over 50 hours on the bike and 21,250 metres of elevation make this journey an inspiring test of human reserve.

So a few km’s and a few climbs . . . .

Ask a Mechanic: Bottom Bracket Standards

Looking for an honest evaluation on the various bottom bracket standards available? Pro mechanic Greg O'Keeffe offers his point of view in this special edition of the Art's Cyclery Ask a Mechanic series.

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Back on Wheels

A love for cycling is stronger than any injury. This video will show you that the handicapped riders can participate in any adrenaline sports!

Sunday, 14 September 2014

Vintage Electric Bikes | eGarage

http://www.vintageelectricbikes.com was born in the heart of the Silicon Valley. This young bike company is the perfect mix of classic design aesthetic hard wired with modern electric technology. 
In this feature, eGarage explores how friends began their journey into a venture charged by passion, innovation and freedom. 

Specialized's New COBL GOBL-R (cobble gobbler) suspension seat post - Cy...

Specialized released its new COBL GOBL-R carbon fiber leaf spring suspension seatpost for dirt roads, cobbles, cyclocross, and cross-country mountain bike racing. Chris Riekert talks about the post and its cyclocross relevance.

Saturday, 13 September 2014

Friday, 12 September 2014

Amazing DIY Off-Grid Modern Tiny House

At 15 Square meters and completely off-grid, Brett Sutherland has constructed a true, tiny house treasure. Packed with unique, space saving design elements, Brett has created a fantastic space to both live and work. 

Perhaps best of all, this was all achieved on a budget of NZ$21,000. The Tiny House was constructed on his parents property, and will soon be moved to a friends property in Bethells Beach in Auckland. 

This modern tiny house is filled with treasures obtained over a lifetime of adventure, and may just be the ultimate bachelor pad. 

CINELLI Tour d'Afrique 2013 HD 720p

Thursday, 11 September 2014

Interbike 2014: Fat City Comeback

Chris Chance and finds out he's got big plans for bringing his iconic Fat City Cycles back to life.

A mechanic's point of view in the Vuelta!

Get a unique insight of the Vuelta as you ride along with one of the neutral service motorcycles. See how our mechanics help out some unlucky riders

The Win Tunnel - Explaining Time Saved Over 40km

In this episode, Mark and Chris explain the logic behind our metric of time saved over 40km.

Elite 2015 - Real Turbo Muin

Family Holidays in Great Lake Taupo - Kereopa Video Diaries Ep 8

Raglan-based international surfer, Daniel Kereopa, and his family (partner Renee, 10 yr old daughter Nia and 12 yr old son Cabe) came back to the Great Lake Taupo region and this time they brought fellow surfers, and family friends, John Armstrong, Penelope Strictland and their daughter, Malaika, with them.

The families kicked off their weekend with a lovely visit to Taupo’s weekly Saturday Riverside Market where they sampled lots of regional produce and even learned a little bit about alpaca wool spinning.

Tuesday, 9 September 2014

How To Fuel Like A Pro - On-Bike Cycling Nutrition

What to eat and drink, while riding, and how to eat and drink it, are questions that cyclists of all experience levels are faced with. Former Tour de France rider Daniel Lloyd gives his pro tips to get the most out of your riding.

Saturday, 6 September 2014

Jack Bauer: How to wheelie

Garmin Sharp rider Jack Bauer demonstrates the perfect wheelie at the start of a team ride in the United Kingdom

Friday, 5 September 2014

SLULU VOODOO -- "Pinning it"

So you signed up for your first race? Congratulations! While there are small differences from country to country on where to pin your number before you line up, the real voodoo is how to lock that sucker down. In this episode, Specialized-lululemon's, Carmen Small, demonstrates what a real, pro-pin job looks like. 

Thursday, 4 September 2014

40th Anniversary Allez

It all started on the bike. 40 years ago Specialized was born from humble beginnings complete with a handwritten catalog and parts delivered via bicycle. What started then is what keeps us looking forward today – providing all riders with real performance advantages. To celebrate 40 years of life on two wheels we’ve teamed up with an old friend.
Mark DiNucci was one of the original Specialized frame designers and his bikes are still winning global recognition today. Together with Specialized, Mark has created an entirely new and exclusive 40th Anniversary Allez frame – in steel. Far from just a retro road bike, every tube, lug, and braze on has been completely reexamined through fresh eyes and carries the experience of our last 40 years of innovation. It’s a bike that carries all the inherent ride qualities of steel coupled with the type of modern technological advances that push it into an entirely new category. It’s the culmination of 40 years of bike building filtered down into the very best steel bike we’ve ever made. In a special nod to where it all began, the 40th Anniversary Allez frame is being built in the very factory that was responsible for the first Specialized Stumpjumper.
Limited to just 74 frames worldwide, the 40th Anniversary Allez is more than just a bike. Included with every kit is a limited edition Merino wool sweater, winter and summer cycling caps, exclusive leather S-Works Toupe saddle with matching leather saddle bag, and matching leather bar wrap to top it all off. Each one of these extremely limited pieces was designed and constructed to the same high standard of quality as the frame itself and were conceived to both compliment and highlight this very special project. The 40th Anniversary Allez is a complete package that bridges the past and present of the Specialized brand. Additionally, with all proceeds earned from the sale being donated to World Bicycle Relief, it’s a perfect way to ensure the future of bikes continues to look stronger than ever.

World Bicycle Relief is a nonprofit organization mobilizing people through the Power of Bicycles. They envision a world where distance is no longer a barrier to education, healthcare and economic opportunity. Compared to walking, bicycles increase carrying capacity and accessible travel distance while decreasing commute time. Since 2005, World Bicycle Relief has provided more than 195,000 specially designed, locally assembled Buffalo bicycles to disaster survivors, students, healthcare workers, and entrepreneurs. They’ve also trained more than 950 field mechanics to ensure access to qualified maintenance and spare parts.
Through their Bicycles for Educational Empowerment Program (BEEP) WBR provides Buffalo bicycles to rural students (70% girls), teachers and school volunteers to improve access to education. A two-year study of their work found a 28% increase in attendance and 58% increase in academic performance for students with bikes. 69% of students reported feeling safer while commuting to school. Each bicycle represents a life-changing new beginning for students, families and communities.
Through this exciting partnership, we hope to mobilize over 500 rural students with Buffalo bicycles to access education. Place your order now and join the movement.


This is the first of 2 videos to accompany the 100th Bike Shop Show


This is part 2 of my tour of Park Tool in St. Paul Minnesota.

Vincenzo Nibali – Made in Racing

Watch how Specialized Racing helped Vincenzo Nibali become the first Italian to win the Tour de France since 1998.

It's all about the Ride! ;-)