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How Fast Can You Go On A Mountain Bike? | GMBN Speed Challenge
Sometimes when you’re riding a trail it can feel super fast and intimidating, but your average speed can still be quite low. At the UCI Downhill World Cups, speed traps clock the pros pushing over 70kph on some of the courses, but just how quick can you ride on a normal trail? Neil took a speed gun to his favourite singletrack, the road and exposed hillside to find out. Subscribe to GMBN: https://ift.tt/1HnIPRp Get exclusive GMBN gear in the GMBN store! http://gmbn.eu/R7 If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link 👍 http://gmbn.eu/R6 Watch more on GMBN... 📹 Blake rides Mega Avalanche | https://ift.tt/2uiJ7FF Submit your content here: https://ift.tt/2vclVto Click here to buy GMBN T-shirts, hoodies and more: http://gmbn.eu/GMBNShop The Global Mountain Bike Network is the best MTB YouTube channel, with videos for everyone who loves dirt: from the full-faced helmet downhill mountain biker to the lycra-clad cross country rider along with everyone and anyone in between. With the help of our pro and ex-pro riding team we’re here to inform, entertain and inspire you to become a better mountain biker, including videos on: - How to ride faster with expert knowledge - Fix everything with pro know-how - Ride anything with world-cup winning skills - Dial in your bike with bike set-up advice - In-depth entertaining features - Chat, opinion and interact with us on the Dirt Shed Show Welcome to the Global Mountain Bike Network | Covering Every Angle Thanks to our sponsors: Canyon bikes: http://gmbn.eu/Canyon Nukeproof: https://ift.tt/2telrjC SCOTT bikes: https://ift.tt/1ea4Q8V Chain Reaction Cycles: https://ift.tt/2KJ3By6 crankbrothers pedals: https://ift.tt/1C2fzNF crankbrothers seatposts: http://gmbn.eu/8b Exposure lights: http://gmbn.eu/exposure Continental: https://ift.tt/2nBdFAM POC helmets and eyewear: https://ift.tt/2i0W428 Topeak: http://gmbn.eu/topeak WD40: http://gmbn.eu/WD40 FSA: http://gmbn.eu/fsa Ergon: http://gmbn.eu/ergon Park Tool: http://gmbn.eu/ParkTool Northwave: https://ift.tt/2nhJ6fS Camelbak: http://gmbn.eu/camelbak Douchebags: http://gmbn.eu/Ly YouTube Channel - http://gmbn.eu/GMBNsubs Facebook - http://gmbn.eu/GMBNFB Google+ - https://ift.tt/1E5Xfkz Twitter - http://gmbn.eu/GMBNTW Instagram - http://gmbn.eu/GMBNIG GMBN Shop - http://gmbn.eu/gmbnshop GMBN Tech - https://ift.tt/2CM9XJ6 GCN Tech - https://ift.tt/2BHQav9 EMBN - https://ift.tt/2CMa0Vi Leave us a comment below!


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