Here’s our pick of the best cycling related videos to save you the trouble of looking around; but if we have missed any gems be sure to point them out in the comments section at the bottom.
This round up of cycling videos includes a very dextrous man armed with a Rubik’s Cube whilst cruising on a Boris Bike, a look head to the 2016 Giro d’Italia route, an interesting look behind the scenes with Cannondale-Gamin‘s mechanic, and plenty more besides.
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One handed riding taken to a new level
This rider solves a Rubik’s Cube in under a minute, one handed whilst riding a Boris Bike. That’s one way to enjoy London’s Hyde Park.
Giro d’Italia route revealed (intentionally this time)
After a URL-based oversight caused the Giro d’Italia route to be revealed a whole five days early, the real presentation finally took place on Monday October 5.
Here’s a video showing what riders like Vincenzo Nibali will have to overcome if they choose to take the start in the Netherlands on May 6.
Nibali’s winning descent
In advance of the Giro presentation, Nibali won a race on home soil thanks to a daring descent towards the end of Il Lombardia.
He rode away from his rivals, maintained the gap and crossed the line to take his first Monument victory.
Surprising tools in Cannondale’s toolbox
We dropped in on Cannondale-Garmin’s James Griffin to learn about the workings of the WorldTour teams bikes.
Watch this one to discover the slightly unexpected ‘tools’ he likes to keep to hand when working at races.
The Tour’s most iconic climb
Forget Alpe d’Huez or Mont Ventoux, our writer says the Col du Galibier is the Tour de France’s most iconic climb, and he makes a pretty good case for it too.
If you’re not sure, you’ll probably see what he means by the end of this Cycling Weekly guide to the popular climb.
Buyer’s guide to road bike saddles
Arguably the most important contact point for anyone riding a bike, getting your saddle choice right can make or break your ride, and your most sensitive area.
Our tech writer Chris runs through the options to help you make the best choice.
Seen any other great cycling videos? You can let us know in the comments below.