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How To Change Gear Like A Pro

01 Jul How To Change Gear Like A Pro



Carry more momentum and go faster on your bike by changing gear like a pro.

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Selecting the correct gear for upcoming terrain or obstacles is a skill that needs practice. Whilst the pros make transitions between flat roads and steep hills seem effortless, there is actually a lot of skill in the gear changes behind their consistent cadence. Matt Stephens takes you through how to select a gear and where to change.

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22 Comments
  • 4t34s3
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    would the same apply to mountain biking?

  • yayilovesquares
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    How do you know what current gear you're in?
    Do you just keep track when you shift?
    Do you look at your drive train while you ride?

  • Yuutaro Kanabe
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    mean while mines having 6 speed T_T

  • EternalDrummer1990
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    I have no idea what the hell he just said.

  • Kaloy Kaloy
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    its not a problem to subscribe right???hehehehe big help for me as beginner…

  • the12go2
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    pat why you no take beacon from well

  • Helen Stevens
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    I have issues moving from low gear on small chain ring to big chain ring high gear quickly – ie it's not very fast i.e switching from a climb to downhill. I ride in small chain ring mostly. Should I be riding in big chain ring more often? On a newsih bike and gears in the last week are really crunching.

  • Helen Stevens
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    lost interest when I heard numbers ?

  • Freddo V
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    Let's say you're doing a decent, and then the road almost instantly goes uphil… you obviously can't maintain the speed from the decent for long. If you switch down gears to early your cadence becomes like 10k rpm!! So how do you time this for changing down the gears?

  • Pedro Moreira
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    excellent! The GCN is like a bike school to me.

  • Eugene Talob
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    so my goal is make my chains as straight as possible? i usually use my bike 30 mins a trip going to work, and 30 mins back, the road is pretty plain no uphill/downhill and im using i think a 6-gear shift bike, im not really good at bikes? which gear should i use?

  • DH 707
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    subscribe me pls i do it to you your videos are helpfull

  • Gylang Adi
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    i broke my sister bike. Now i wont

  • Chew Bacca
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    I am using a Q Ring because I heard it made climbing a bit easier…not sure, climbing never gets easy… Anyways, I find that the Q Ring is messing up my spin, does anyone else find this? I also have a harder time shifting between the big and little ring…anyone else find this too?

  • HARDIK SINGH
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    Sir , I am participating in a cycle race and the track is straight .The race is of 3 km what gears should I use in start and when should I change gears please tell !!!

  • FootModelUSA
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    I'm confused ?

  • Leigh-Andrew Foxall
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    OOh grinding big rings eh!!

  • Simon Liu
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    I'm a little confused can someone help me out?

    -So when I am climbing I should be on the smallest in the front and bigger gear in the back?
    -And when I am on flats, I should be on the biggest on the front and the go smaller in the back?
    -What does he mean by selecting your gear early? And don't change it underload? Does he mean don't change gears when you are say going uphill and change when you freewheel?

  • Mini Mixers
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    so basically stay on the middle rings?

  • kavi kumaresan
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    i won the race because of you,thanks a lot for the tips Global Cycling Network

  • Theodore Le Mineur
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    Omg this has helped me so much!!!! Thx a lot!! God damn you are helpfull!!!

  • Emo Ray Torres
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 July

    these Europeans speak so much more eloquently than Americans