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Old 04-18-20, 08:04 PM
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This channel is awesome! Ok, it's mine, but there's tons of content anyone will enjoy!

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Old 04-19-20, 12:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Le Mechanic
This channel is awesome! Ok, it's mine, but there's tons of content anyone will enjoy!

https://youtu.be/VRHfO7bcHmg

Your videos are good......I stumbled on your pallet rack bike storage video while bored on lockdown. I am going to do that system in my garage when I can get the items after the quarantine is over. I thought it was a great design.

I like your regular person video point of view content. I mean that as a great compliment BTW!
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Old 04-19-20, 12:45 PM
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GCN / GCN Tech is a given

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Old 04-19-20, 07:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Le Mechanic
This channel is awesome! Ok, it's mine, but there's tons of content anyone will enjoy!

https://youtu.be/VRHfO7bcHmg
great YouTube channel 👍

thanks for posting here because I did not know of this Chanel 👍
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Old 04-19-20, 07:21 PM
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GCN is too spandex and commercial bike brands related. Path Less Pedaled is entirely viewer supported, and is more the non competitive (non Strava) side of Cycling. Bike, camp, chill. We live to pedal. The scenery is why.
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Old 04-20-20, 08:44 AM
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I agree with DCrainmaker for unbiased tech info

Seth's bike hacks, GCN, Path less pedaled, GMBN, global mountain bike network, Rides of Japan sometimes
are some of the ones I am subscribed too.
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Old 04-20-20, 09:11 AM
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Originally Posted by sdmc530
Your videos are good......I stumbled on your pallet rack bike storage video while bored on lockdown. I am going to do that system in my garage when I can get the items after the quarantine is over. I thought it was a great design.

I like your regular person video point of view content. I mean that as a great compliment BTW!
Thank you! I had a chance to get this going a few months back for around $45, but I waited too long. I got the idea from this for several bike shops I've worked for through the years. Super sturdy without any modifications to the walls ceiling.
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Old 04-20-20, 09:28 AM
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Originally Posted by Rajflyboy
great YouTube channel 👍

thanks for posting here because I did not know of this Chanel 👍
Thanks and you're welcome! I usually upload new videos at least weekly and am open to requests.
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Old 02-27-21, 04:18 PM
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I don't have a fav channel, just watch this video
with Keanu))) After watching it, I understood that I would like to make videos like that or at least make subtitles in Spanish for such videos. Isn't that cool? I found an article movavi.io/best-subtitle-editor-en/ where they recommend subtitle editors.

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Old 02-27-21, 04:59 PM
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I find this channel informative for SoCal gravel riding. He almost has me convinced I need a gravel bike.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqZ...MtNYzEY8spbAhA
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Old 02-28-21, 10:24 AM
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Cycling Tips
https://youtube.com/c/CyclingTipsTV
love Shoddys reviews
https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL...zT2_jfZQoRU73a

France Cade daily short videos Vlog also bike fit tips.

Smart Buke Trainers reviews
https://youtube.com/c/SmartBikeTrainers

Velon up close to proc cycling.
https://youtube.com/user/VelonCC

WeDU Lance and crew do race review
https://youtube.com/c/Wedusport

Chris Horner ex pro tips and race reviews.
https://youtube.com/channel/UCn7YuJaZmdmx_ERZH9r6eTA

An pro racing.
https://tiz-cycling-live.io/live.php

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Here's an interesting one you've never heard of.

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Old 03-10-21, 06:30 PM
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New channel looks to be doing a US version of GCN. With contributors around the world sharing their cycling rides and information.

https://gopreem.com/tv/play/10000/e1-meet-the-hosts
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Old 03-10-21, 06:48 PM
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Not a mountain biker, but I really like:

Singletrack Sampler
Syd and Mackie

And a whole lot of the ones already mentioned... OK, most of the ones already mentioned.

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Old 03-10-21, 08:44 PM
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Some of my favorites, in no particular order, some already mentioned, some not yet mentioned:
SAFA Brian - really sketchy road riding in SoCal, you may think he's irresponsible but the videos are thrilling and he makes LA look like a great place to ride
Norcal Cycling - excellent crit strategy and training analysis from a couple of cat 1 elites, a bit dry but these guys know their stuff
Dustin Klein - story-telling, upbeat vlogs covering the Portland gravel scene by a professional artist, features great music, fun vibes and lots of cannabis
Juliet Elliott - casual cycling-based vlogs from a former top model/pro snowboarder/pro crit racer, she's a hoot
Remi Metailler - very talented Whistler-based enduro/downhill pro doing scary things
Francis Cade - low key British vlog-style with great travelogs and bike fit content
Nate Hills - incredible POV trail runs featuring some extremely good riders, primarily from the American Southwest
BCPov - a van-dwelling couple from BC, charmingly low-key videos
Hambini - fiery, overstated and deliberately divisive but informative, deceptively thoughtful and entertaining bike tech videos
Kyle & April - excellent, clear MTB instructional videos, some the best I've seen
Fernwee - beautifully shot road and gravel cycling vlogs from the Netherlands
Old Shovel - low budget retro mountain bike restorations carefully shot in a guy's garage with no budget but plenty of willingness to do what it takes, oddly inspiring
Yoann Barelli - super high energy and charming pro enduro rider, his "Into the Gnar" series is amazing.
Chris Horner - well-considered, unpretentious riding tips and race analysis from a seasoned pro, everything he says is tried and true and can be relied on
Seth's Bike Hacks - who doesn't love Seth, gregarious mountain bike enthusiast, trail builder and all around legend

And of course, anything Jeremy Powers does on GCN. Love that guy.

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Old 03-11-21, 05:38 AM
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The only two I'm subscribed to are Wildeberry and Path Less Pedaled.

I do like to watch GCN on occasion but it's not really my thing
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I was a big fan of GCN (live close to where they film quite often so it's interesting to see local roads on their videos as well), but the fun and spontaneity seems to be much reduced, especially since Matt left. Ollie was great when he was working for Cycling Weekly - very entertaining and natural - but he seems stilted now on GCN.

Being an Audax member I like the channels from two local guys in the Audax movement - Andy's Adventures and Adam Watkins. Watching their videos has shown me a few local sights I didn't know about and inspired me to get more off the beaten track.
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Glad I am not the only one that watches the lock picking lawyer. I got most of my bicycle lock recommendations from there. But I also watch BikemanforU for fun as well, just too bad he closed his shop and is no longer selling bikes.
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