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Old 11-02-22, 08:48 AM
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This courageous young gal has a one-off cycling video on her epic trip from the southern most point of the UK to the northern. I found her attitude and drive remarkable for her age.
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Brompton Traveler - great travelogs plus the master of one-man cinematography

My wife and I watched Brampton last night, viewing his Scotland and Portugal trips. Really appreciate his thoughtful approach to cycling and cinematography . His music is delightful and we recognized some of the locales from our travels. We will be watching all of his travel series. Thanks for the recommendation
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Old 11-04-22, 11:37 AM
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Lantern Rouge, to keep up with good info on the racing season.
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Old 11-04-22, 08:55 PM
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Looks like I am late to the party here, my favorites have already been mentioned - SAFA Brian, Bike Fit Tuesdays, Rides of Japan, Hambini, Dylan Johnson. All these guys are really committed and I love their antics. I also like many of the other channels mentioned above: Just Ride Bikes, GCN, Park Tool, Lanterne Rouge, etc.

Recently I have been watching training videos. Tadej Pogačar's trainer, Iigo San-Milln, did some revealing interviews including
Grab a comfy chair if you want to watch the whole thing, it is three hours long.
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Old 11-05-22, 03:50 PM
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I'm not interested in watching bike races.Terry Barentsen's channel, Terry B, has got some beautiful videos of skilful riders making their way through urban and natural environments. I just have to avoid the videos where riders may be inconveniencing or endangering innocent citizenry with their selfish antics. Also, one of his recent videos features Citibikes being vandalized by a group of halfwits. Not sure what that was all about.
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Old 11-05-22, 04:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Reflector Guy View Post
The Park Tools videos with Calvin Jones are always good when there's a new kind of brake caliper or derailleur that needs some fine adjustments.
Park Tool has a lot of good content. Whenever they come out with a new tool, there's always a little video about it. The weekly videos with Calvin and his little buddy whose name I can't remember have become pretty useless of late though.
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Old 11-05-22, 04:32 PM
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I like Cris Horner's "Butterfly Effect" for breaking down racing stages. His trademark is calling out "knucklehead" tactics by teams and riders.

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Old 11-05-22, 07:25 PM
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Hambini and Peak Torque, both are engineers calling out the bike industry on all the marketing bs they spew, also give creditable reviews of products like wheelsets and frames. If you don't like Hambini's style Peak Torque is much more "normal"(not always a good thing). GNC(among others) seem like shills promoting industry marketing. I also like straightforward mechanic's utubes that don't promote product, quite a few good ones out there. A lot(too much) of bike culture social media is aimed at selling whatever their sponsors are marketing rather than reporting on the merits(or not) of the product.
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Old 11-06-22, 08:33 AM
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Why ride so fast thru such pretty scenery. Notice the guy ahead never looked to see anything.
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Old 11-06-22, 09:52 AM
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Has anyone mentioned Berm Peak and Berm Peak Express? Seth does a great job and I really enjoy the flip bike series.

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Old 11-17-22, 02:22 PM
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I watch GCN, but generally because I want to support 'professionally' produced cycling content. I also love Hambini, the most foul-mouthed 5 year old French engineer anywhere.

But the gold medal goes to Sam Pilgrim. He's soooo ridiculous, he's well good. Dreams! No matter what pile of crap bike he's riding, you know he's going to do some extreme stunt that I would never attempt, and the bike will be declared 'the best' even if it snaps in half.
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Old 11-25-22, 10:40 AM
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I'm a roadie.
I love road bike races, Grand Tour, Classic, and worlds, old races in particular.
Moto camera coverage, just 5 or 10ft away from cyclists, is exciting and fascinating.

Mountain bike?
I rode 10 times or so in my cycling career, for 47 years.
Friends/mountain bike cyclists taught me some YouTube channels.

They are as exciting and fascinating as road races.


Fabio Wibmer
I strongly believe he is Jackie Chan, who disguises in this channel, hahaha

2 favorites

Who could do this except Jackie Chan?


thanks to COVID-19?


Red Bull bike

Urban down hill, a drone is chasing a cyclist!
I couldn't believe it when I watched first time.


With making scene


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Old 11-25-22, 03:21 PM
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I often go back to James Thomas's bike fitting tips on Bike Fit Tuesdays. Thomas seems to really know his stuff. Also Neil Stansbury's bike fitting advice on Cam Nicholls Road Cycling Academy.
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Old 11-25-22, 03:54 PM
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Originally Posted by rydabent View Post
Why ride so fast thru such pretty scenery. Notice the guy ahead never looked to see anything.
Some people are here to SEE what cycling has to offer and others are here to FEEL what cycling has to offer. Neither is wrong. I can still remember descents from long ago where I was screaming in an aero tuck, focused only on what it took, second to second, to keep the bike in the right place and go as fast as I possbly could. I may not be able to tell you what the sights were on the way down, but I can surely tell you about the feeling of exhilaration I had then, and even now when I recollect it. It's the same with climbing, I've climbed Alpe d'Huez and other beyond category climbs of the TDF. I didn't see the sights then either, but I can still remember being in that bubble of maximum effort for long periods of time and finally coming to the summit. One day I'll be older/weaker and won't be able to make a bicycle transform me into an eagle like it did when I was five years old. But I'll still have the memories of the experiences, and for me, that beats any mental picture or photo, every day of the week and twice on Sunday.

To the point of the topic, I like:

GCN
Chris Horner Butterfly Effect
(I hate to admit this one) Lance's podcast coverage of current races
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I watch Henrywildeberry on the regular, the path less pedaled and hambini when they have something interesting.
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I'm sorry but I find it hard to believe that no one has mentioned Iohan Gueorguiev.. The man and his channel were incredible.
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Originally Posted by Bk Biker View Post
I'm sorry but I find it hard to believe that no one has mentioned Iohan Gueorguiev.. The man and his channel were incredible.
Maybe because of the difficulty with pronounciation? Will look him up.
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You should check out Ty’s Rides for some big gravel miles.
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To get me through the winter in my neck of the woods, I watch a fair amount of Youtube in the "pain cave". My interests include ultra-distance. Basically anything concerning the Trans Am Bike Race, Trans-Continental, Indian Pacific Wheel etc. The frequent play list includes Ken Simpson and many who have raced and documented such. I love touring videos. At the top of my current list is Paul Suchecki.

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Old 11-27-22, 01:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Bk Biker View Post
I'm sorry but I find it hard to believe that no one has mentioned Iohan Gueorguiev.. The man and his channel were incredible.
Thank you! He was amazing. I've never met anyone as open as he was. And he took that bike to places you wouldn't think you could take bikes. I mean; look at the start of his journey!

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Path Less Pedaled

His cycling style and contents suits me.
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How about something a little more laid back that is focused on an everyday cycling lifestyle? This is it for me https://www.youtube.com/@TimFitzwater
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Why am I suddenly unable to see videos on BF?? I just see a large blank space. It's never been an issue until this last week or so. And yes, my ad blocker is off.
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