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Re: You tube cycling vlogs!

Posted: Tue Jul 30, 2019 04:44 am
by brandy234
Bumo_b wrote:I quite enjoy Chris Miller Cycling (aussie) although took a bit of getting use to, Phil Gaimon and Francis Cade. Found GCN gets a bit samey after a while.
Durianrider, total nut job!


Agree with these.

Chris Miller's vlog is really interesting as it goes through the running of a cycle team which has gone from club racing to the Australian national series and even just won a couple of stages at the Tour de Filipinas. He has a lot of life and family stuff in there but also some gear reviews, race tactics, training, coaching and a lot of behind the scenes at races. He did a video with Vegan Cyclist in California which was cool too.

I've also been watching:

Willie Smit - one of few pros doing a cool vlog. His videography skills are good.
Cam Nicholls (Australian elite cyclist turning cycle coach) - he does a lot of training advice
Ozcycle - He's gone a bit quiet recently but he has some great videos on cycling hacks and how-to videos (e.g. waxing chains, waterproofing gear).
DCRainmaker - The gold standard for reviews of electronics such as power meters and GPS units.


Durianrider is intolerable.

Re: You tube cycling vlogs!

Posted: Tue Jul 30, 2019 13:18 pm
by amrushton
Juliet Elliot is quite good. her off-road and criterium stuff is excellent. Kymnonstop is excellent on the criterium rides but it's all a bit California with intense bespectacled guys fretting about chains etc.
Durianrider and his girlfriend(?) should be avoided. francis Cade has a couple of interesting vlogs but does anyone who make these vlogs work? It seems to be they ride about all day on expensive bikes at home/abroad decked out in the latest kit (nice work if you can get it)

Re: You tube cycling vlogs!

Posted: Tue Aug 06, 2019 06:51 am
by Ben6899
Some bloggers make their whole living from it. Francis Cade does often mention his job with Jam Cycling, but I also think his sponsors take pretty good care of him.

Shane Millar (Miller?), I think, is an IT consultant.

Re: You tube cycling vlogs!

Posted: Fri Aug 09, 2019 20:03 pm
by Matthewfalle
amrushton wrote:Juliet Elliot is quite good. her off-road and criterium stuff is excellent. Kymnonstop is excellent on the criterium rides but it's all a bit California with intense bespectacled guys fretting about chains etc.
Durianrider and his girlfriend(?) should be avoided. francis Cade has a couple of interesting vlogs but does anyone who make these vlogs work? It seems to be they ride about all day on expensive bikes at home/abroad decked out in the latest kit (nice work if you can get it)


just watched kymnonstop @ red hook crit because of this post - actually the best i've watched of this kind of thing for ages.

don't get us wrong - still not brilliant, but far more tolerable than the rest of the rubbish that is pumped out.

#alrightisuppose

Re: You tube cycling vlogs!

Posted: Wed Aug 28, 2019 09:34 am
by hostman
Cameron Jeffers is another to add to your list :)

Re: You tube cycling vlogs!

Posted: Fri Oct 04, 2019 16:22 pm
by Seriishly
These two cover cycling racing in Northern California


This one is mine and I am newer racer trying to learn and I hope it helps other new racers (feedback welcome)
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYBqQx ... He4BhMYtw/

This one is from a CAT 1 Racer who is at a higher level and covers team tactics, has some interviews with his frienemies, and a few national level races
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIfRR1 ... j9X955iWSQ

Re: You tube cycling vlogs!

Posted: Fri Oct 04, 2019 17:08 pm
by The Rover
Matt Stephens via sigma sports is worth a watch.

Re: You tube cycling vlogs!

Posted: Sat Oct 05, 2019 03:23 am
by Harry182
Spindatt -
Unpretentious, eclectic chill out session with a guy who loves all things bike. Really well produced videos with exceptionally good music soundtracks.