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We rely upon our mountain bike suspension and shocks every ride to smooth out the trails and absorb the impact of jumps and drops. Basically we take it for granted, so here is how to do a basic service of your MTB air shock, and not only make them last longer, work better, but also understand how to tune them to your particular requirements. Subscribe: 🤍 The GMBN Shop: 🤍 It doesn't matter which brand of air shock you've got, the principles are the same. Performing this straightforward and easy piece of maintenance regularly will increase the longevity of your shocks and improve your mountain biking enjoyment. There are many telltale signs that a shock requires as service. Scratches, discolouration, gunk around the seals and odd noises all indicate that you should carry out this easy service, and will allow you to inspect the shock for any further problems. If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link 👍 🤍 More GMBN Tech videos... 📹 Service Your MTB Forks | 🤍 📹 MTB Fit Clinic | 🤍 Submit your content here: 🤍 Brought to you by the world’s largest mountain bike channel, the Global Mountain Bike Network (GMBN), GMBN Tech goes deeper into the bikes, kit and technology stories that help fuel your rides. Our mission is to help you discover, dial-in and get the best from the latest cutting edge bikes and technology available. With news and rumours, first ride exclusives, how-tos, the weekly GMBN Tech Show wrapping up and showcasing the week’s biggest tech stories, and more besides, if it’s off-road tech, it’s in. Every week, of every month we seek out, showcase, and ride the newest gear and innovations from across the globe in an authoritative, inspiring and entertaining way to help you get the best from your rides. And when we’re not riding, we get geeky in an accessible, easy-to-understand way about forks. And shocks. And more to help you setup and maintain your bikes perfectly. Engage with us every week on the channel and across social media – we’re here to answer every question you’ve got on mountain biking tech. Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍
Here's something a little different. How to perform a basic air can service on the rear shock of your mountain bike in real time. Henry runs through the tools that are required, disassembling the air shock, the order of the components, and reassembling the part 🔧 Subscribe: 🤍 The GMBN Shop: 🤍 What did you think of this video? What do you want to see Henry do . in real time next? Let us know in the comments! If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link 👍🤍 Watch more on GMBN Tech... 📹 🤍 📹 🤍 🎵 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound Snake Plant - Jobii Submit your content here: 🤍 Brought to you by the world’s largest mountain bike channel, the Global Mountain Bike Network (GMBN), GMBN Tech goes deeper into the bikes, kit and technology stories that help fuel your rides. Our mission is to help you discover, dial-in and get the best from the latest cutting edge bikes and technology available. With news and rumours, first ride exclusives, how-tos, the weekly GMBN Tech Show wrapping up and showcasing the week’s biggest tech stories, and more besides, if it’s off-road tech, it’s in. Every week, of every month we seek out, showcase, and ride the newest gear and innovations from across the globe in an authoritative, inspiring and entertaining way to help you get the best from your rides. And when we’re not riding, we get geeky in an accessible, easy-to-understand way about forks. And shocks. And more to help you setup and maintain your bikes perfectly. Engage with us every week on the channel and across social media – we’re here to answer every question you’ve got on mountain biking tech. Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍
We rely on our mountain bike suspension and shocks to smooth out the trails and absorb the impact of jumps, drops, roots and rocks. But, overtime all suspension units need a service! If you are an aspiring home mechanic follow Anna Cipullo on this 5 minute video! 🔧 Useful Links: Watch #shorts on GMBN 👉 🤍 Submit your Photo and Video to us 👉 🤍 Check out GMBN Tech T's in the GMBN Shop 👉 🤍 Have you ever tried to service your own suspension? If not, are you going to give it a try after watching this video? Let us know 👇 Watch more on GMBN Tech... 📹 Rear Suspension Service 👉 🤍 📹 Watch our Editor’s Choice Playlist 👉 🤍 📹 Watch our weekly show 👉 🤍 🎵 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound Since I Laid My Eyes on U - Young Community #gmbntech #gmbn #mtb #mountainbiking The Global Mountain Bike Network (GMBN) is the world’s largest and fastest-growing online mountain bike channel and community – and your destination for the best mountain bike content in the world. GMBN is dedicated to inspiring and unlocking your riding potential. Our videos cater to fans of every mountain bike discipline: from mile-munching cross-country (XC) riders, through adrenaline-fuelled dirt jumpers, gravity-hungry downhillers or aspiring enduro racers, and beyond. Every day of every month, our ex-pro presenting team are on hand to entertain and inspire you while also providing a uniquely qualified insight into the world of mountain biking. Every week we deliver original daily videos that include: Adventurous and entertaining features Mountain bike skills coaching Technical advice and guidance Mechanical know-how to keep you rolling A place for the riding community with our weekly Dirt Shed Show Thanks to our sponsors: Canyon Bikes: 🤍 Nukeproof Bikes: 🤍 Orbea Bikes: 🤍 Park Tool: 🤍 POC helmets and eyewear: 🤍 Crankbrothers Pedals: 🤍 Shimano Footwear: 🤍 Dainese Protection: 🤍 Ergon: 🤍 Vittoria Tires: 🤍 FSA: 🤍 e*thirteen: 🤍 Spank: 🤍 Topeak: 🤍 Garmin: 🤍 Muc-Off - 🤍 Wahoo: 🤍 Komoot: 🤍 Worx Power Tools: 🤍 CamelBak: 🤍 Watch our sister channels: Global Mountain Bike Network - 🤍 Electric Mountain Bike Network - 🤍 Global Cycling Network - 🤍 GCN Tech - 🤍 GCN Racing - 🤍 Global Triathlon Network - 🤍 GCN Italia - 🤍 GCN en Espanol - 🤍 GCN auf Deutsch - 🤍 GCN en Francais - 🤍 GCN Japan - 🤍 GCN Training - 🤍
Just like a fork lower service (watch that video here: 🤍 Fox recommends an air can service every 40 riding hours. Even if you don't do it that often, regular air can services will make your shock perform and feel WAY better. And it's surprisingly easy. What you'll need: Float seal kit: 🤍 Slick honey: 🤍 Shock pump: 🤍 Pokey tool: 🤍 Allen keys: 🤍 Brake cleaner (or isopropyl alcohol): 🤍 Shop towels: 🤍 Other things in the shed: Our toolkit: 🤍 Work stand: 🤍 Tool pegboard: 🤍 Syd's apron: 🤍 Paint pens: 🤍 00:00 Intro 00:20 What you'll need 00:37 Why should you do this? 01:15 Removing the air can 05:24 Replacing the seals and rings 11:59 Reinstalling the air can 15:29 How to do an air can service in one minute These links are affiliate links which means we get a small percentage of the sale! The price stays the same for you, but you can support our channel by purchasing through one of these links :) If this video was helpful and saved you time and/or money, consider supporting the channel: Patreon: 🤍 Venmo: 🤍 Paypal: 🤍 Or hit the "Thanks" button above to leave a tip Our vlogging channel: 🤍 Our Instagram: 🤍
Win Allen from Win's Wheels goes over the proper technique to service your shock. This is an in depth video we wanted to share with our subscribers so they can potentially work on their suspension at home. We hope you find this informative and this helps you with some of your maintenance tasks on your mountain bike. Don't forget to hit that subscribe button. Follow Mountain Bike Action: 🤍 Mountain Bike Action Website: 🤍 Mountain Bike Action Facebook: 🤍 Mountain Bike Action Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to Mountain Bike Action: 🤍
The rear shock on the 749 project bike is looking a bit sorry for itself, so Dave decides to improve it, but in a bid to save some pennies he buys a cheap replacement on ebay, that doesn't turn out so well! Join Dave as he strips and rebuilds the shock and explains how the magic happens inside 🤍 Carbon tool trays available from 🤍
Step-by-step instructions for rebuilding King shocks and other high-performance shocks by Shock Service, LLC located in Boulder, Colorado. || Expand Description For Section Links: 👉 For a complete list of shock service tools along with links on where to get them, visit: 🤍 👉 We recommend Filthy Motorsports for King Shock parts: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Jump To Section: 1. Remove Reservoir End Cap - 2:18 2. Check Internal Floating Piston (IFP) Depth - 5:27 3. Remove Wiper Cap - 7:02 4. Remove Shaft Retainer / Seal Cap Retaining Ring - 10:07 5. Remove Shaft Assembly - 12:14 6. Remove Misalignment Spacers - 15:28 7: Remove Bearing From Rod End - 18:32 8: Install New Bearing - 20:30 9: Disassemble Shaft Assembly - 22:55 10: Rebuild Wiper Cap and Seal Cap / Shaft Retainer - 26:03 11: Shock Shaft Inspection and Repair - 32:17 12: Reassemble Shock Shaft Assembly - 34:34 13: Remove Reservoir IFP - 37:20 14: Reinstall Reservoir IFP / Check Max IFP Depth - 40:26 15: Add Shock Oil and Remove Air Bubbles - 42:55 16: Install Shaft Assembly - 44:30 17: Verify IFP Positioning - 46:40 18: Correctly Insert Seal Cap / Shaft Retainer - 47:35 19: Install Seal Cap Retaining Ring - 49:13 20: Install Reservoir End Cap and Set Wiper Cap - 50:00 21: Pressurize Shock with Nitrogen - 51:16 22: Tighten Wiper Cap and Set Screw - 51:58 23: Pressure Test - 52:20 24: Final Inspection - 53:14 DISCLAIMER: This video is strictly for documentary, educational, and entertainment purposes only. Any and all shock servicing must only be performed by a professional with proper safety equipment worn at all times. Imitation or the use of any acts depicted in this video is solely at your own risk. Shock Service, LLC and YouTube will not be held liable for any injury to yourself or damage to your shocks resulting from attempting anything shown in this or any of our videos. Copyright 2019, Shock Service, LLC
Shop Now | Rear Shock Rebuild 🤍 In this video Justin goes over the proper procedures and steps to rebuilding the rear shock on a motorcycle. Knowing how to do this job yourself can be a huge time and money saver over taking your machine to a shop, but tearing into your bike can be intimidating without the right tools and know-how. This video aims to make that process easier, so follow along as we rebuild the rear shock on a motorcycle. The steps shown here will be very similar for other motorcycle and ATV shocks. Visit 🤍 for all your parts, apparel, and accessories! Click To Subscribe! 🤍 Follow Us On Social Media! FACEBOOK: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍
Find out more about our suspension services and prices on: 🤍 Watch our Ten Kate Racing Products suspension engineer completely service an Öhlins TTX GP / TTX 36 rear racing shock absorber in a 2:30 overview! From taking the shock apart, cleaning all parts, measuring the shims, reassembling the shock and testing it on our Öhlins Racing suspension dyno! This rear shock came out of one of the Ten Kate Racing Honda CBR600RR World Supersport racing bikes from 2019. (Music: 🤍 Bekijk hoe onze Ten Kate Racing Products vering specialist een onderhoudsbeurt/revisie uitvoert voor een Öhlins TTX GP / TTX 36 achter schokbreker in een overzicht van enkele minuten! Van het uit elkaar halen, schoonmaken meten van de shims en in elkaar zetten tot het testen op onze vering testbank! Deze schokbreker kwam uit een van de Ten Kate Racing Honda CBR600RR World Supersport racemotoren van 2019. Vind meer over onze veringservice mogelijkheden en prijzen op: 🤍
Whether your rear shock just needs a fluid change or a full breakdown and rebuild, having the right know-how and tools can turn a daunting task into something you knock out in an hour or two. In this video, Charles shows how to replace the shock seal and change the oil on a WP XACT rear shock from a 2020+ KTM, Husqvarna or GasGas motorcycle. Shop Now | WP XACT Shock Rebuild 🤍 Check out 🤍 for all your parts, apparel, and accessories! Click Here To Subscribe To Our Channel! 🤍 Follow Rocky Mountain ATV/MC On Social Media! FACEBOOK: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍
This video will guide you through the 50 hour service procedure for RockShox rear shocks. It is recommended that this procedure be done after every 50 hours of riding to restore small bump sensitivity, reduce friction, and extend the lifespan of your rear shock. 00:40 Shock Eyelet Service 01:02 Air Can Removal 02:31 Bottomless Tuning 02:55 Bottomless Tokens 03:25 Token Removal 03:50 Gnar Dog Token 04:30 Air Can Service 06:12 Air Can Installation 07:40 Mounting Hardware Installation 08:02 Shock Installation Visit 🤍sram.com/service for more information. Tools and Supplies: Vise with Soft Jaws RockShox Rear Shock Bushing Tool Schrader Valve Tool Strap Wrench Pick Isopropyl Alcohol RockShox® Dynamic Seal Grease Maxima® Maxum4 Extra 15w50 13 mm Crowfoot socket Torque Wrench
Truman services a Fox® Float rear shock, outlining the basic procedure and giving a few tips and tricks along the way. Questions or comments? Leave them below! ➤ Tools & materials used: • PH-1.2 P-Handle Hex Wrench Set - 🤍 • OM-1 Benchtop Overhaul Mat - 🤍 • UP-SET Utility Pick Set - 🤍 • TLR-1 Medium Strength Threadlocker - 🤍 • Fox Float shock rebuild kit • Shock pump • Isopropyl alcohol ➤ Subscribe: 🤍 ➤ Like: 🤍 ➤ Follow: 🤍 ➤ Fix It: Did you know that Park Tool is the #1 resource for bicycle repair education? • Visit our YouTube Channel: 🤍 • Visit the Repair Help section of Parktool.com: 🤍 • Check out The Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair: 🤍 ➤ About Park Tool: Since our founding in 1963, Park Tool has been the leading name in bicycle tools. Our YouTube channel is an extension of our mission to be the ultimate resource for mechanics and riders of all skill levels. Here you will find comprehensive repair help tutorials for a wide range of components and processes, as well as troubleshooting guides, tips and tricks, and information on the latest Park Tool products.
Over time, dirt and grime can make their way past the seals and into your fork's lower legs.This increases the stiction and can reduce the longevity of your suspension if left unattended. Here's how to perform a lower leg service to keep your fork clean and well lubricated 🔧 Subscribe to GMBN Tech: 🤍 Pick up official GMBN merch: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram or Facebook! 🤍gmbntech Sign up to the GMBN newsletter: 🤍 Find the Fox service help here: 🤍 Find the Rockshox service help here: 🤍 Please submit your content to our uploader: 🤍 we love to check out what you have been up to and may feature it on the show! Watch more on GMBN Tech... 📹 🤍 📹 🤍 🎵 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound & Artlist #GMBNTech #GMBN #MountainBiking #MountainBike #MTB #BikeLife #Cycling Brought to you by the Global Mountain Bike Network (GMBN), GMBN Tech delves deeper into the bikes, kit and technology that powers your rides! Our mission is to help you discover, dial-in, and get the best from the latest cutting edge bikes and technology available. If it’s off-road tech you’re after, look no further! The weekly GMBN Tech Show showcases the latest and biggest tech stories, with more besides. Fancy some factory tours and first looks to keep you informed of how the latest tech has arrived, as well as what they do on the trail? You’ve got it. Want some in-depth maintenance videos give you the knowledge to set up, look after and upgrade what you’ve got? Yep, we’ve got them, too. Lots of ‘em. In fact, our presenting team consists of bike industry professionals with decades of experience of wrenching, writing, and working at the cutting edge of mountain biking so we can keep you informed, entertained and engaged with all the tech that drives mountain bikes forwards! Thanks to our sponsors: Canyon Bikes: 🤍 Nukeproof Bikes: 🤍 Pole Bikes: 🤍 Park Tool: 🤍 POC helmets and eyewear: 🤍 crankbrothers pedals: 🤍 Shimano Footwear: 🤍 Dainese Protection: 🤍 Ergon: 🤍 Vittoria Tires: 🤍 FSA: 🤍 e*thirteen: 🤍 Topeak: 🤍 Garmin: 🤍 Muc-Off: 🤍 crankbrothers seatposts: 🤍 Komoot: 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍
Call it a rebuild, its more of just a servicing. Getting it fresh again and good. Will actually work as instructions for the shock for a lot of pre 2006 YZ's as well. Link to fork servicing & seals video 🤍 Donate Race Fuel link... 🤍 Thanks for watching! upallnight91🤍hotmail.com
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It’s a bit shocking how nasty your rear suspension can get without regular maintenance. Our Bike Shop Manager Luke shows a prime example of why keeping your shock in tune pays off for your wallet and on the trails. Learn how to service your suspension at home in this Tech Tips video. Shop the Gear You Need: 🤍 Connect with a Gearhead: 1.888.276.7130 Email: sales🤍competitivecyclist.com 0:04 - Intro 0:27 - Preparing the Shock 0:50 - Removing the Aircan 1:13 - Removing the Seals 1:31 - Reinstalling the Seals 1:51 - Reinstalling the Aircan 2:15 - Reinstalling the Shock 2:31 - Outro
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In this video, I demonstrate pro methods of motorcycle suspension shock absorber rebuilding, strut service and maintenance tips. Including special tools, seal replacement, oil change and emulator valve service become a patron 🤍 tees, hats etc. 🤍
Here's a straight to the point video on how to perform an 'air can service' or '50 hour service' on a Rockshox Super Deluxe air rear shock.
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Keep your eyes open for super deals on parts like this guys! Rockshox Monarch Plus RC3 shock from eBay purchased for $75, but it's listed as broken and for parts only! Can I rebuild this and make it work?? US/UK Affiliate links to products in this video (click these links gives me a small commission but it doesn't raise the price for you) Bench Vise - 🤍 Soft Vise Jaw Pads - 🤍 27mm Crowsfoot Wrench - 🤍 Rockshox Monarch Plus RC3 Rebuild Kit - 🤍 Strap Wrench - 🤍 Rockshox Rear Shock Mounting Hardware - 🤍 Digital Caliper - 🤍 IFP Air Valve Adapter Tool - 🤍 Rear Shock Eyelet Bushing Removal Tool - 🤍 Rockshox Damper Suspension Oil 3wt - 🤍 Slickoleum Suspension Grease - 🤍 Studio Gear I Use (affiliate links): Feedback Bike Stand - 🤍 Canon M50 - 🤍 Canon EF 50 mm Lens f/1.8 - 🤍 Viltrox Lens Speed Booster - 🤍 Neewer Light 660 LED - 🤍 Neewer Light Stands - 🤍 Takstar Microphone - 🤍 Microphone Overhead Boom Arm - 🤍
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🤍 If you're an adventure rider you know how important suspension is. Most riders that own a KLR650 know the stock spring is too soft and with the extra luggage with panniers and other bags that come with adventure riding, the ride quality suffers greatly. This video walks your through upgrading the shock spring on a KLR650 and also how to completely rebuild the shock, replacing both the oil seal and dust seal along with the shock fluid leaving you with virtually a brand new shock. We also give you instructions on how to use the shock specialty tools to make the job quicker and easier. With the heavier shock spring the shock will want to rebound faster so we also show you how to adjust the rebound setting on both the older 1987-2007 KLR650's along with the newer 2008 to current KLR650 bikes. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC carries all the parts, accessories and apparel you need to keep you and your bike out on the trail. Visit our website 🤍rockymountainatv.com! Shop Now | Schrader Valve Replacement O-ring 🤍 Click Here To Subscribe To Our Channel! 🤍 Motorcycle Suspension Videos! 🤍
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How to rebuild an service any Fox Shox mountain bike rear shock. I'm really overdue for a shock service on my 2018 Trek Fuel EX 9.8. Even by conservative standards I should have done this twice by now. The process is straight forward and a great project for anyone to try. #foxshox #trekfuelex #mtblife 0:00 intro 1:56 Air can removal 3:41 removing old seals 4:56 New seals 5:39 washers and quad ring on air shaft 6:39 washers and quad ring on air can 8:35 reassembly 10:00 adding aid Here's a link to the universal kit that works on ALL Fox Shox models. Clicking on it costs you nothing but helps to support my channel. Thanks! Fox Shox seal kit: 🤍 My camera, Canon 200D: 🤍 I prefer to incrementally air it down while cycling the shock through its travel to equalize the air trapped in the negative side of the air chamber. Otherwise, you can get a "stuck down" shock that can be difficult to remove and may fly off violently once the air can is unscrewed. The only other tricky part is reinstalling the second backup washer into the air can. It's a really tight fit in the groove and the ring is slick and stiff. Bend it to get it started and keep it in place with a finger while you manipulate and push it in place. You'll feel like you're ruining the washer but keep going! In the end, just make sure it's smoothed out and even. Music courtesy of the free YouTube Music Library Please like and SHARE this video with a friend! And if you're like me and just refuse to act your age, please SUBSCRIBE! Thanks trek fuel ex 9.8, fox shox, fox shox service, fox shox rebuild, fox shocks, diy bike repair, mtb suspension maintenance, mtb suspension service, mountain bike maintenance, mtb maintenance, mountain biking, how to, mountain bike, rear shock ,air pressure, bike tech, mtb tech, full suspension, trailbreaker, fox reaktiv shock service, fox reaktiv shock air pressure, mtb shop, home bike shop, bike repair tips and tricks, bike hacks, rock shox, shock tune
🤍 Sir-Matthew Kirkpatrick works on his own forks but has not started in on rear shocks. He is keen to know what it will cost to get started with all the right tools?
Happy Aaron takes us through a service of your Rockshox Super Deluxe rear shock in this week's Tech Tuesday! #MyCanyon Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Linked'in: 🤍 Canyon CLLCTV Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
Click Here to Get all Your Parts and Tools Needed To Rebuild a Showa Rear Shock | 🤍 Is your shock leaking or just in desperate need of a rebuild? Suspension jobs can be daunting to tackle but knowing how to do it yourself can save you a lot of time and money over taking it to a shop. In this video, Charles shows the rebuild procedure on this Showa rear shock off of a 2005 Honda CRF450R. This process will be very similar for CRF450R's from 2002 to 2008. Visit 🤍 for all your parts, apparel, and accessories! Click Here To Subscribe To Our Channel! 🤍 Follow Us On Social Media! FACEBOOK: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍
Fox recommends air sleeve service every 40 hours on their DPS rear shocks. A couple of struggles along the way but nothing bad. The second time will be easy. The bike is a 2018 Diamondback Release 4c. Fox DPS service kit: 🤍 For front suspension: Fox 20w oil: 🤍 Fox 5w oil: 🤍 As an Amazon Associate I earn a commission from qualifying purchases
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in this video we show a skilled guy refurbished & rebuild shock absorber with ingenious techniques . A motorcycle's suspension serves a dual purpose: contributing to the vehicle's handling and braking, and providing safety and comfort by keeping the vehicle's passengers comfortably isolated from road noise, bumps and vibrations. The typical motorcycle has a pair of fork tubes for the front suspension, and a swingarm with one or two shock absorbers for the rear suspension. #RebuildingSuspension #RestorationShockAbsorber #PreventiveMaintenance
Here are the five key things to look out for on your new full suspension mountain bike. Click here to subscribe to GMBN: 🤍 Full suspension mountain bikes have really different maintenance requirements compared to hardtails. This video has you covered if you're just starting with a full susser. Whether you're talking about chain growth, sag or bearing condition, check out these tips and don't forget to share this video! Watch more on GMBN: Our in-depth guide to suspension set up: 🤍 Click here to buy GMBN T-shirts, hoodies and more: 🤍 The Global Mountain Bike Network is the best MTB YouTube channel, with videos for everyone who loves dirt: from the full-faced helmet downhill mountain biker to the lycra-clad cross country rider along with everyone and anyone in between. With the help of our pro and ex-pro riding team we’re here to inform, entertain and inspire you to become a better mountain biker, including videos on: - How to ride faster with expert knowledge - Fix everything with pro know-how - Ride anything with world-cup winning skills - Dial in your bike with bike set-up advice - In-depth entertaining features - Chat, opinion and interact with us on the Dirt Shed Show Welcome to the Global Mountain Bike Network | Covering Every Angle Thanks to our sponsors: Canyon bikes: 🤍 SCOTT bikes: 🤍 Crank Brothers: 🤍 YouTube Channel - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Google+ - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 GMBN Shop - 🤍 Leave us a comment below! Music - licensed by Cue Songs