– It’s inevitable as a cyclist that at some point you’re going to end up riding in the rain. I mean look at it. But some people absolutely love it. They love getting wet, cold and dirty. And come back absolutely buzzing. So it’s not all bad then, and over the years we’ve learned some
Hi Sophie, how are you? Hi Chris, you alright? Yeah, fine, thanks! How’s the weather? Oh, it’s a bit nippy over here… What about you? Oh, it’s absolutely sweltering over here! I wish I was at yours! Well, I wish I was at yours! Hi guys! Today we have a very British topic for you!
– In front of a natural break station welcome to the GCN show . (laughing). – Welcome to the GCN show. (crickets chirping) – This week, why you’re not a wuss! Getting cold might not actually be your fault. – We’ve also got our take on the controversy in the World Championships in the under
– Bad weather, short days, long, dark nights. That’s right, the winter really is the perfect time to make some great fitness gains for you to enjoy throughout the following year. – Yeah! Standby, you’ve got three months of no events, no distractions, and no reasons why you shouldn’t be focused on creating a better
– We’ve discussed quite a few times recently on the channel whether being a pro cyclist these days is actually easier than it was in the past. And one thing that gets brought up time and time again is that modern training methods just aren’t quite as epic as they used to be. Back in
well some changes expected in the week ahead warmer drier sunny weather on the way so after a quantum X weekend we start monday with a frontal system across more western areas so there will still be some rain around and it could well be a fair amount of cloud on Monday particularly around western