Tyres - Are We All Doing It Wrong? | GCN Tech Show Ep. 25
Welcome. To the gcn tech chair this, week we've got folding. E-bikes confirmed, spy shots and an inflatable, bike trailer plus, tires, are, we all doing it wrong did, I probably. Find. Out why me. So. John what's, hot in tech this week well firstly, Mavic have basically revamped, their top end wheel set the cosmic Ultimates, this time. Basically. Adding the welcomed, addition of a clincher, version which is also tubeless, compatible, and that's something which Mavic have worked really really hard on in the last couple of years in fact so great to see that I see they've also updated the rear wheel yes. Especially the spokes. Which, now run from one end of the rim right, the way through to the other side yeah, as opposed to what they used to have which was the nipples down on the hub I think yes right yeah so if you did have a little bit of buckle you could just true up so presumably with this bit of new Tech's basically one bit of carbon from one side to the other why, they've done away with twice. As many spokes I suppose you know yeah, but. Also how. Would, you true it anyway. I don't know but the weight of them is an impressive, 1,300. Grams of pair language, for carbon, clinches to tell you what that is low isn't it that's about half the weight of the originals, yeah no, price as of yet but they are too out early. 2019 so, keep your eyes peeled for those ones do, you think they'll make the same noise as the originals. Now. Completely, unrelated, but well timely, relevant for for more soccer, fans out there is an, app that's just been released now Cody was a startup, company that basically produced, a mount for a smartphone that could, also pair a light as well as charging, your phone whilst, mounted onto the handlebars, and with. This new app well I think, it could be pretty handy for those sports, lovers out there yeah they've designed an app that will help you keep track of the latest scores and the World Cup whilst, riding along on your bike yeah, it's, a nice safe the idea that isn't it really it's nothing more grabbing a phone out or listening with headphones which is even, worse than that in my opinion I suppose it's safer than having to look into your bad pocket but probably. Still keep your eyes on the road yeah, keep your eyes on the road and Wow we, can't say too much football, on here can we but anyway nice idea maybe they, will have a new app which tells you things about the Tour de France as that's going on who knows that cool idea John could be dumped shortly oh geez in any, way more tech later. I've. Been thinking about tires John go. On then you're probably onto something here I think, we're all doing it wrong and I think we could you, know change. Some things and do it a little bit better all. Right go on ahead do, you remember nineteen millimeter tires fondly. A hundred, and forty psi or, or, nine, or ten bar pumped. Up rock-hard all, conditions, maybe, if it was absolute torrential on the start line you just let. A little bit out and you just kind of riding and I'm fine last-minute safety, yeah, absolutely, fine do you remember then 21. Mil tires oh yes. I certainly do actually yeah front and rear specific, sometimes yeah different tread patterns, yeah ice do you remember when they then progressed, on to the what became widely accepted 23. Mil for what 10 15 years yeah at least yeah great, tires they were and now we widely, except when t5 Mills as being here to stay that, is true actually yeah I mean at the time they, actually looked at always futuristic.
You Know when you see someone riding on these big tires I I, will admit I was one of those people who would look and just think that, must be a touring site yeah. I'll. Never remember the first time we had them it was 2013. And, just. Incredible in the corners all of a sudden you could you just felt more confident yeah go ahead where you going with this so 28, mil you. See them quite a lot these days it's. Not rare no, 32. Mil fit, almost all bikes man especially with, the era, of discs fast approaching that is very true yeah I've got a feeling, you're trying to talk me into something, which I might not be that convinced, about I kind of am I don't, think we've been playing around with our tire choice I had tire width or our tire pressures anywhere near as much as we could have mean so. You're going to suggest to me that I've got to go out and buy a load of tires and different, compounds. Do for different weathers and new, wheels and I'm going to get in so much trouble at home more than I'm in normally. Basically. That's what you're gonna put to me pretty much hmm. Although, maybe not there are a few things that we can do go, on so. High-pressure. Yeah. Tyre. Compounds summer. Winter, you. See a lot of guys that ride the same bike the same tires the same pressures no matter what the weather no matter what the season yeah. See that to me is not at, all logical, doesn't make any sense nice so how about you have a set of summer tires and a set of winter tires yeah, something. I already do maybe, size, up a little bit in the winter when the roads are wetter and slippery oh yeah, but why would people at home want to do that so, more surface area on the tire more grip lower pressure smoother, ride more. Confidence, and more comfort on your on, your rate roads yeah now that is something actually. I can totally, and, utterly recommend. Because there's nothing better than feeling confident, especially in the wet because that's when things.
Tend For many, people out there to go a little bit wrong isn't it it is and your tires are the only, contact patch with the road it's the only thing holding you up so why, rely on this tiny little thumb, print or thumb print on the, road when you could have it slightly larger which would also give you more comfort, right. Okay so I'm still. Feeling. That I've got a going through and buying more tires okay, you don't want to buy new tires how, about you play around with what you've already got that, sounds good to me actually because you know a lot of people out there including myself if I've got to get and spend I don't know how much money on some tire safe seventy pounds on a pair of tires I want. To make sure they're the right ones they like so I want to get you know button on the bike and then go ahead and be great. Okay it's, an investment it's a lot of money to buy new tires but for free you could pump up your current tires head, out to your local favorite descent or a road, with some really you, know testing corners and play. Around your tire pressures cool, start, with what you currently use and then. Let, out your last-minute safety, squirt like we talked about earlier, make. A note of the pressure so as you adjust them yeah and see how you feel but, actually somewhere, that's, actually something sorry that in. The past when someone suggested, to me a pressure gauge I would always kind of dismiss it a little bit and think more why would you need that but now. This is something which Tom laughs always laughs at it's the fact that I have a notebook that, I keep all sorts of weird bits of information with compatibility, and things like that so I guess providing. Of course it's not raining take, I know but with you a digital. Tire pressure gauge because, that's how, you need it really exactly, this is what we're looking at here these it, sounds silly and it's overused but marginal, gains so that's. Actually where I would take down these notes and figure out actually that happy. Medium isn't. It because you. Know there are if you go too much one way or too much the other way you're gonna start getting back yeah, I don't you want to avoid your bike feeling squidgy, and bouncy, when, your tires are soft you want to be a little bit above there but the same the. Same time you also don't want to have your tires rigid like wood and you don't want to feel like you're kind of skidding, across the road you. Want to be in the happy that happy middle area you, may well already be there but if you haven't experimented with it how do you know you're getting the most from your current tires yeah, now I remember actually. The. Year before I went to twenty, five-millimeter tubulars. For racing I was, on 23, and I had them pumped up 150. Psi something ridiculous, like that which you. Know we're all guilty of doing yeah and I went round a corner and I could feel, the back in there like just skipping out around this corner but then on the flip side the.
Thing Which really kind. Of cause I don't ride 28 so I know you do yeah you're happy when I ride. 25 still, I do although in the wind so I do run a 28, on the back but. It's. That whole happy, medium isn't like I mentioned earlier about where, your bike doesn't, feel that squidgy because ultimately as, soon as you put twenty eighths on you start running a lower pressure and it's do get that bouncing, feeling you can do it once you drop down below what 50 psi for four, and a half bar yeah you've, only avoid that yeah and I mean you get that on the cyclocross quite exciting you because obviously you're running such, such low pressures but you, hardly feel that bouncing because you hardly, ever ride on tarmac so, that's. A fair point and, it's gonna take a little trial and error to find the place where you want to be yes, but time, invested, in playing with your current bikes tuned. As it were is. Time well spent yeah and I reckon people can actually gain quite a lot out of that more than you know. Buying. The. Latest pair of aero gloves, or something like that because ultimately you are gonna have a smoother ride and it's gonna get you somewhere faster, isn't it and you feel more confident comfortable, it's, win-win what's. The news but anyway what I really want to know as ever is actually what the viewers did I mean are, you someone who's stuck in the dark ages or what possibly, a bit of retro you skinny, tires still 23. Or you, know dare I say even narrower. Than that I mean if if anyone they were still using nineteen millimeter, tires on their road rides please, do let us know because I would actually love to ride where you ride because the roads must be perfect, send us a picture yeah or on the flip side, have you gone beyond, 25, s which, I absolutely love have you gone 28, 32, so I understand you ride in the winter yeah 32 more tires in the winter setup, cheapness I'm, convinced, you can ride as fast downhill on a disparate bike in the middle of winter when it's wet and greasy as you can in the summer on your race wheels I think, this is gonna call for some GCN designers. At some point you might need to wear some motorbike leathers because we have to remember, maybe, a few spills involved, but in, all seriousness yet let us know exactly you know what tire pressures, you run and why you made those choices and how you found out did you find, out through, life I did you know 150, psi, and a 23 mm tubular, tyre bouncing, around the road or do. You just love not getting punctures or riding 32 I think most of us found out the hard way didn't we sadly. Yeah leave your comments down below yeah. Anything. Else new intent this week John well, firstly. British, clothing, brand Lacombe have actually just launched, a recycled. Material. Cycling, jersey which i think is absolutely fantastic a few, brands, you know recently they have touched on similar things including, Team Sky who will, be taking to the start. Presentation. At this, year's Tour de France wearing, of Jersey may not have recycled. Ocean, plastic, material, they will have a whale of a time honestly.
Who Brought, you in here puns. Like that sticking, with clothing for a minute John if you will the, Mavic, cosmic. Ultimate. GTX. Rain cape very nice look at that it's got shape dry fabric that isn't it as well it has indeed and, for. Those of us in the UK that have to use these things pretty, much every ride we go on only. 95. Grams. Why that's very, packable, isn't it that's the sort of actually I always, carry something like that in my Jersey pocket, most. Of the rides of the year in fact because well we never know what's going to happen do we it was almost guaranteed to rain on every, ride, you get on the price though it does come in three, ten pounds which, is on, the upper end really the native cycle clothing it's quite a lot of that for a jacket and the price per gram is quite, high but I once, heard someone say you can pay a price and good kit you can't indeed you know what if I could find the ultimate thing, to keep me dry, and warm in the winter I would pay for it because when, I passed it well yeah exactly yeah the amount of times I've been stuck, out there feeling, absolutely, miserable and soaked through to the skin, yeah I'm looking forward to those days no longer being a thing no maybe they have been extremely, busy because. Spy, shots confirmed, that helmet, spotted, on the head of Vuitton concept back, there the cry tubes donate, yeah that has been released too so it's gonna be cool to comet, ultimate, and I think that looks like a great, looking helmet actually it does is it's a vast improvement over some of their previous offerings isn't it John yeah there was one out there which I wasn't a big fan of really nice lookin they straps around the ears as well how do you think do you think they slide you think they adjust I don't know really intrigued actually it looks cool I've never seen a helmet like that it looks like shoelaces, that, then have the middle bits pulled through it so I just like to helmets, the way the front and the back er kind, of separated, there as well it's something for ventilation, or is it error don't, know but anyway 210. Grams, or 215, grams and, 225. Pounds, so nice, looking helmet coming. Soon fasting. Now, onto a little bit of protech, so the Tour de Suisse was recently, finished for a couple of stages at least the whole squad, of Trek Sega Fredo took to the start line using. Wait for it this, breaks finally. This. A bad time who's, finally happening me now, the weather, right there it was pretty wet so I can imagine that that probably. Helped influence, their decision because not all pros are that easily, convinced, it's not why different things are like but more consistent, breaking in the wet conditions, you know rim brakes on carbon wheels, have never been that great are they know despite people's. Claims release, it's still, not, as good as normal, and also it, would have been a lot easier for the mechanics only having to look for one type of weird on the roof imagine, that in the rain getting out is. That is that a rim reason, thumb exactly axle are already being carnage, yeah you can magic the riders giving mechanics as well quite a hard time you know if there with fingers and thumbs trying to sort it yeah, I think it's a good move yeah I wonder, though because say a couple of years ago if, someone had said to us guys. In the world tour they were using disk brakes yeah. We I don't think we would believe it would we we've know I know, we. Go back five years when Aero bikes were first becoming a real viable, option in all races you. Never would have considered paying discs on, I guess it's quite hard isn't it because you know these pros basically, it is their.
Job Isn't it so it's kind of like saying to them okay we, know it's your job but actually you've got to change your ways of working isn't. It you know you're gonna have to learn, to break it up with later yeah, for instance right kind of thing so yeah, I can understand that you know the slow ingress, into the peloton but then the world also those that were big fans of discs and they really wanted to push forward and you know have them in place yeah I guess some people are open to new ideas whereas, others perhaps, on now for something completely different. But, I think a really nifty little idea, this so this is the e turtle. Which, basically is a, how, along, caravan. Which is nice later ball for your bicycles, so apparent you can attach any bike out there and then once you hitch. Up to your place where you want to stay the night you can simply inflate it with a two way hand pump or an electric motor so I reckon you've got an e bike which I guess it could be compatible with you probably hack the motor and use that motor, to to, pump it up and charge you fainting yeah and have a nice it was sleeper in the world now it's cool I'd spend a weekend in that brilliant, yeah you'd be on your own like towed, to on, it behind a tandem ebike, tandem yeah - camping trainers face them against, each other I think maybe like truly like the top and tail you just being sort of foot and foot with you negates it, works for me John here. We are you want to give it a go yeah fair lady maybe sighs you two taking something like this to Morocco for extra sleep oh yeah, that's right yeah you don't fancy divvying just get one of those turtles, next, yes I yeah, use that now, another, nifty, little invention, is this from Peugeot who aren't really the force they once were within cycling, but this the, ef-0. One, I'm buzzing about this it's. An 18 kilo bike a folding, bike of that yeah with a 30 kilometer range up, to 20 kilometers an hour I think, it's pretty cool yeah and they also got what looks like a lefty, style for, so we've just got one for peg it does, look pretty tricked and it looks really neat and compact when, you fold that up okay. Question yes would, you ride it to work. I'd. Have to charge it ten times as it's a 300 kilometer trip but potentially. Yeah. That's a fair share actually you'd have didn't you'd have to learn when you to conserve. The battery and. Only unleash, it to 20k an hour when really needed small, wheels - John yeah it's true yeah it may take a while to pedal that wouldn't just use my rear bike yeah, yeah, you, know I don't think I would why not I would actually because my rides 35. Kilometers. So yeah just 5k you, know spit, soup bless their pedaling along maybe you're pretty cool yes it's a cool looking body that it's a talking point at the pump and it's unusual pony, show car manufacturer, you know they stopped making bikes but anyway I guess. Where they see there's a sale they're gonna yeah, we're gonna try and go through another iconic, bite from Persia is there many years yeah. Yeah. Well give, it time John yeah I will. Anyway. More tech for you next week. Last. Week Chris, since I decided to induct. To the Wall of Fame, the Cinelli integral to handlebars, something, which I am gutted, I wasn't here for last week they were pretty cool sadly we didn't have a parent to play with but now I like them yeah everything you probably would have said, yeah. Anyway. This sweet then we're, gonna take it back the same era actually isn't it the yard in fact I had, one of these on those chilly integral, t-bars and guess, what it is Shimano, flight, deck remember. That John yeah I do yeah I never actually owned one and you had one I did the little tiny gray computer, that boasted boasted. A large screen size yeah no buttons but. You would control them from the hoods yeah you had to neatly whine these little cables underneath your bar tape take your bar tape off pop, them into the levers screw. Them in actually you have to take rotary, you, have to take STI leavers apart yeah never knew there's, a pretty cool piece of kit and then you'd have these little buttons and you'd. Scroll through the settings it would tell you your cadence based on what gear you're in yes, remember, that inside the leaver pretty clever that it, would tell your speed but. To get your speed you'd have to neatly whined the little do you remember doing that was on your table, a fitting. Bike computer, it wasn't.
Art Wasn't it you know before wireless, ones came along that was an app to art you have to get. That sensor, and you'd wrap it around your gear or your brake cable out of cable or wrap it around there down onto the fork you just wouldn't want it bad, would you know if you make 40 it was easy to make it look bad day really easy normally, if it looked bad it was held together Stella T bizarre yeah. That's. How bad it could end up now. These. Didn't. Last really that long did they you know they weren't around actually that, long from memory I think Shamala did a few versions afterwards, right but they were not, very long after taken, over by the dawn, of the GPS computer not true yes but you can't really, compete, with that can you know nowadays. We have a nt+, Wi-Fi. Bluetooth. Yeah. And. I mean you're feeding it your football results these days I even, get your text messages yeah your phone calls it. All comes on home, but, essentially, if it wasn't, for the flight deck who knows maybe we. Wouldn't have GPS. Devices now on our handle bar oh that's my thinking behind this it was quite a forward forward, thinking design at the time and if, they hadn't pioneered, and pushed. On with this maybe. These. Lots of technology. Items wouldn't, have advanced, no, pros. Were using these as well weren't they I'm sure I'm, sure I'm never going into a bike shop and seeing yeah giant poster if it. Was maybe Museo or someone like that maybe happened on his bike but I don't know if it was just on there for a bit of advertising but it was a cool bit of kit I never bought myself aspirational. Piece of kit you still got it lying about I reckon. If I stir dig around I could probably find it dig. Around what do you think at home viewers should be dig around or not, because I really want this to go in literally. Into. The wall of fame here anyway. Leave your nominations, as ever, for, the gcn tech wall of fame where hopefully, we will induct your nomination, let, us know down there. So. Last week put. Head-to-head with two new cyclocross, bikes so is the canyon in flight, al the aluminium one versus, the BMC road, machine X and, ice was our closest vote yet John I understand, it was gone right first of all I look a little drumroll what I want to know percentage. But, don't win it just yet so. Fifty-one. Percent goes. To gone. The, canyon wow, that, is unbeliev. To. Bikes - look this is a lot of love flow to you but actually, because like cited last week the in-flight first it did get a few comments about that. Actually. Shows that people, must like it earlier which i think is great innovation. Standing. The test of time isn't it a year on yeah yeah right, in this pointing at time does fly but. This week then let's. Put to race winning bikes heads ahead more this a garden yeah so first up is sort. Of Swiss winner Richie Porte and that says BMC. I like the red mmm, red, bikes are fast that apparently tan tables yeah very. True I think, I know you're gonna vote for anyway, that's up against, the, live, bike of the ovo women's, Tour winner, coragem era of team somewhere yeah I think logos and colors black. And white so, alright and this one's gonna be close to I think so as ever, you know what to do votes up there for your favorite, and next week we reveal the real winner and we'll have two more heads ahead. Right. It's time for the bite fault the place where we rate your bike either nice or super. Nice yeah and we use this, dreaded, thing that's who her name's the super nice is anyway. Right what we got for me this weekend Chris right then coming up we have Jake. Whitakers Trek, look at that trip Madonn project won their, full Ortega group set and that, picture was taken apparently.
In, Belfast, in Emmy which is I think that's mainly isn't it it's a state of Maine in the US I'm sorry if I'm wrong there my job isn't quite up to date well. I don't, think it's change the date I said but anyways not they're really that good oh what's that on the back missile, there John that. Is. Basically. A brakes nope that's a big, race number, that isn't possibly, a big number, and I don't mean the number just, the size of the placard it's on yeah that's. That is a big name, I mean. It's a nice-looking bike, that I do like it you know I like the sea level, the lake but. Personally. I mean. It's. Tough this is really easier than a hundred and eighty miles to take that picture yeah I know I know and apparently, valve stems and crank position and I also, I can't see the stick holding, the bike up however, the. One thing that is not doing for me is that really, really large number, Oh back, sorry Jake it's not yours this week yeah it's a nice bike no Jake really nice right, what's up next then next up we have Tom, Charleston's, rebel CGR, with Shimano 105. Continental. Grand Prix forties and tires but, what I like about this bike is it's, taken in the Glencoe valley on day seven of a nine-day. Lands. End to John O'Groats those, of you that don't know what I is that's riding from one tip of the UK to the other yeah, something, which is no, no. Easy thing to accomplish is it I'm certainly not if it's like some of the weather which we get no yeah rain every day yeah it, rain jacket yeah. No, Tom he's rocks within the UK and that do. You know what I think that's really well shot I think it's cool yeah the colors stand that yeah and it almost looks, like like. It's really hilly there as well doesn't it doesn't look genuinely. Hit yeah not the sort place I'd like to go riding my Jack and John so I'm personally I think super super high swing them hours. First I've ever ran them bail right. Go on who's next up up next we have our friend Rami from last week, oh yes. Cyanide, cyanide, highlights, a few issues with the picture that we're comparing, CMEA oh so, Ramy good on him he's he sent in. Another. Picture now I did watch the tech show last week despite not being around and. Well. I. Think. Romney, I'm afraid you could have done better again, it's, not very well lit is it Oh. Romy's. Trying hard I know I know poor Oh ramming I mean the the, mountains. In the background there really well they aren't other peaks of them but the bike itself, is, a bit silhouette, II for me oh, it's. A bit silhouette II you, know and, those yeah. It's just a bit of silhouette see you, know what John I love the colors I love the fat he's got purple decals on the wheels and he, submitted two weeks in a row I'm giving it do. You know what that is dedication, a knife. From my understanding Grammy left. Quite a detailed, email, as well so I come. On ring, the bell Gordon. Yeah. Ramy. Right, next up there we have got a bike, from, poor, right, Oh what. Why that is that's a was it a colossi, yeah. Is it's a classy trap bite that looks cool secondhand, from Hong Kong Oh formal. Callosity team member nonetheless nice, nice, bike isn't it I know I'm a big fan of track bikes being from a tracks like in background, and. Yeah, it looks spot-on doesn't, it now there's only one thing which. I would change on this and, that. Would be let's, change the chain to a half link BMX. One then you can get that rear wheel in, nice, and tight against the danger gets the see tube but in all seriousness that, is an absolute beauty that's cool you know what I love most is those deep drop handlebars yes, you. Don't know they really are they're the angle down from the top already, don't know you know there's no flat section whatsoever, looks, like a mesh supertype, seat post anyway I digress. Nice. For me I'm gonna call you up on one thing Paul oh no please don't turn it into a single, speed city bike leave, it as a chat bike she's losing, it don't. Let it get wet and dirty just. Keep it on the velodrome in Hong Kong so, you can ice super. Nice for me. Oh John, look at this right. That Bell might as well be thrown away of me the Bell right go on then what whose is it this, is. From. Rich, Richard King from Osaka, in Japan it's. A BMC, TM. R01. Custom, painted white. Can pack super record EPS and lightweight, then, Beth wheels why. SRM. Parameter, I. Mean. That I have. To say, if. It was in black and white I'd. Be all over that, I'd be giving that super, nice all day, long but you can tell your issue here John my issue is the. Celeste handlebar, tape the hoods the, saddle and it looks even like he's speed play pedals are also celeste but do you know what that's. Custom painted, I know.
These Things like that on a BMC yeah that doesn't come cheap doesn't it those wheels that mean they're like king of bling as well yes, they are is everything. About that I'm, so, torn with this because if I say super nice I'm gonna get absolutely destroyed you. Guys gave a super night last week to a being key. Thing. But in. Honesty that bike it looks, quite a big bike as well doesn't it I'm gonna rest with you for the bell here John it's in proportion I've got to say that, it's. A it's a stunning, it's a nice bike, there's no bottle, cages even, better errors, look, at the speed it just oozes speed, this bike I just, I can't not give this a super nice job I just wish yet bottle cages but in all honestly yeah that's a super I. Can't. Believe you I cannot believe that I, gave that a super nice behind, a veneer of John Kennex, no definitely not no keep, doing those Bianchi's they just don't get through no more left guys only, joking they, do get through right whoo. We got it this, is mijita jet Makita Jax yeah that's, it unusual-looking biking, it's. A real, throwback to 1982, an Oscar a day Matt Alpena you weren't even born then I wasn't born 1980, you know I was. Anyway. I sauce it got Sun saw cyclones. 600 groupset excuse, - crankset reader alien breaks it's, got a mayor Adam, 77, free will yeah they did have a Chris King style, sign on them because we, were pretty loud, it's got an exterior I. Just did that as well with a 1432. I mean they're gonna go over some serious, crimes on that yeah. It's. A really cool really, cool submission, it is yes the mountain by Vipers is, turned off for me well it's just it's, just the photo it could have been somewhere a bit more with writing. And things like that next the back wheel so it's a nice from me it's, a nice for me then it's a really cool share nice by marina cool though right final. One this week is it and then whatever high that is yeah look at that thanks a nice-looking, Ridley we do like a bit cyclocross here don't we do indeed yeah and cross is always coming yeah keep telling us crosses, boss apparently. It's. Robbie from London photos. Was that taken in Kent apparently, oh yeah. I mean that it's. RAM, red one bye it's, an absolute beauty isn't it it's cool and cross bikes always gonna look they see many orange bikes do you you turn it and I got orange is cool color yeah favourite colour when I was a kid actually orange orange and navy blue bikes always, look good rubber bank robbers. From, the bank on our game masters sorry yeah, I think maybe just cut, you steerage you yeah. I think that's the only thing there's, an accident waiting to happen that, is yeah it could be very dangerous yeah, it all honesty I think, it's it's nice but, it's not super nice because just era. Means, family this weekend way we are yeah sometimes, you've just got you know a little. Bit weird. Reckon yeah I think that sounds fair yeah nice, bike. Anyway. Now, you know what to do to leave your, submissions, for the bike volt send, them to the email address on screen right now and include, information about you the bike where you come from where it's being all that sort of stuff so we'd love to include it what, have we got coming up this week on the challenge on WoW on, Saturday. We've got down in peace Scott for bike which is another set which is a nice-looking bit a kit that was yeah, yeah on Sunday, there's an unboxing, Monday. We're, in here for the maintenance and. On Wednesday, back, in here for the tech clinic to helping, aren't soon solving. Your problems, and what's on Thursday jump back. Here again for the gcn tech show yeah. We absolutely love, it no do remember as well as a like and share this video with your friends give it a big thumbs up tell them all about it and if you all, want to check out the gcn shop head on over to shop top global cycling Network comm, where you can find a whole heap of different products. And what, video should then watch. How. About how, to change your tire yours. Mission from last week. Wherever. It is.