2019 was a sensational year for the BikeRadar YouTube channel – our audience continued to grow, we’ve went on some truly daft adventures and the videos we published were some of our favourite, and most popular, ever.
To save you the hassle of watching through our whole back catalogue (though you totally should), here’s a rundown of our top five videos of 2019 — from bumper group tests to racing a trail dog on e-bikes.
But, before we go on, as we always remind you at the end of each video, don’t forget to like our videos, subscribe to the channel and click the bell icon, so that every time we upload a video, you will get a notification.
The best mountain bike suspension forks | Huge 10-fork mega-test
Our resident tech nerd, Seb Stott, released the results of his bumper-sized 10-way mountain bike fork group test back in April.
If you are considering buying a new fork, this incredibly in-depth industry-leading group test is a must-watch (or read, if you prefer).
Top 5 | 2020 road bikes
2019 saw the launch of a number of new road bikes, including the Colnago V3Rs, along with updates to some of the most important models on the market, such as the Trek Domane.
Our round-up of the most exciting models for 2020 – most of which in typical model year madness were available in 2019 – was one of our top-performing videos of the year and our choices for what made the cut were, as ever, typically divisive.
Give the comments a read on this one.
CeramicSpeed’s chainless mountain bike and road drivetrain now shifts
Jack has been riding and fettling bikes for his whole life. Always in search of the hippest new niche in cycling, Jack is a self-confessed gravel dork, fixie-botherer, tandem-evangelist, hill-climbing try hard, and thinks nothing of taking on a daft challenge for the BikeRadar YouTube channel. With a near encyclopaedic knowledge of cycling tech — from the most esoteric niche nonsense to the most cutting edge modern kit — Jack takes pride in his ability to seek out tech and stories that would otherwise go unreported. Jack has been at BikeRadar for three years now and is currently testing an All-City Mr Pink as his long term test bike.