BikeRadar launches new-look YouTube channel

YouTube's ultimate source of bike reviews, maintenance and training tips

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Eagle-eyed viewers will have noticed that our YouTube channel has been overhauled and that content is cleaner, slicker and sharper than ever. Not seen it? Head to the channel right now to check it out.

But it's not just good-looking. The enhanced presentation signals the arrival of new, must-view content for road cyclists and mountain bikers alike – and it is all delivered direct to our subscribers' inbox each week.

So what can subscribers expect when they sign up? Well, for starters our regular Park Tool Maintenance Mondays will give riders the very best, easy to follow how-to guides to keep their mountain bikes and road bikes running smoothly and looking great. We've already released a couple: how to change a gear cable and how to wrap bar tape.

Expect lots of product reviews and how to video on the new-look BikeRadar YouTube channel

We've also teamed up with legendary ex-sprinter Marcel Wüst (14 grand tour stage wins and Procycling's expert bike reviewer) to give viewers pro-level training advice. In case you missed it last week, check out the first video in the series as a taster:

Video: How to sprint train with Marcel Wüst

Of course we'll also be broadcasting regular in-depth group tests, product reviews and news from the planet's biggest bike shows such as Eurobike and Interbike.

There's more: our revamped YouTube channel is just the start. The whole BikeRadar site will soon be overhauled to make it easier to navigate to the articles that will enhance your riding experience, whether that's advice on new products, training and nutrition tips or top reader offers.

BikeRadar will continue getting out and about talking to pros and industry experts

To make sure you never miss a beat from the mountain bike and road cycling industry, head to the BikeRadar YouTube channel and hit subscribe.

Stay tuned to BikeRadar: the world's biggest and best source of online riding advice.

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