Riding Tips

Top 5 YouTube cycling channels

The internet has changed the cycling world so much, from how we shop to how we choose where we ride. It opens up so many possibilities and makes the advice of a myriad of professionals immediately obtainable. If you want to know what the inside of a team truck looks like, or just want to kill what was originally intended to be 30 minutes, why not check out our pick of the best.


As the world’s biggest cycling channel, the guys behind Global Cycling Network really know their stuff. With a continually expanding library of content consisting of commentary to riding destinations, you’ll never be without something to watch. As ex-professionals themselves, these guys have unprecedented access to the professional cycling community. So if you want to know what life is like on the other side, be sure to check out GCN.

Seth’s Bike Hacks

Seth isn’t a pro or a bike shop owner, nor does he really race. What he is, however, is an old-school BMX rider who really knows his stuff. From tall bikes to bendy bikes, if you’re looking for tips, tricks, riding destinations or just straight goofy videos, Seth’s Bike Hacks is a channel worth subscribing to.


Running as an extension of their website, the Pinkbike YouTube channel focuses heavily on reporting the going ons of the mountain biking community – race recaps, interviews, and bike checks. For those who like to keep up with the happenings of the mountain biking world, the Pinkbike YouTube channel is your one stop shop.

Cycling Maven

More of a vlog than anything else, Cycling Maven is one of the few Australian cycling channels. If you’re looking for a source of procrastination, Cycling Maven never disappoints.

Cut Media

As some of the best sports videographers in the game, Cut Media routinely films videos with Danny MacAskill, Santa Cruz and ENVE. As the team behind YouTube sensations such as The Ridge and Wee Day Out, every video this channel produces is a work of art.

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