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Welcome to the GCN app!
Brought to you by the Global Cycling Network – the world’s largest online cycling channel – our app is for anyone interested in the world of road cycling.

Sign up for an account to join our community and subscribe to GCN+ to watch live racing and exclusive cycling documentaries and films.

With the GCN app – now fully compatible with iPad as well as iPhone – you can:

Subscribe to GCN+
GCN+ is a better way to watch the best bike racing from across the worlds of road, cyclocross and track as they unfold live, uninterrupted and ad-free. On GCN+ there is no off-season: we keep all the action going through every month of the year.

On GCN+ you can catch up with all the key moments from the races you love with our on-demand highlights, and go deeper with our analysis show, The Breakaway, where we relive all the action, with expert insights after every stage of the season’s biggest races. Plus get up to speed with all the racing and everything that matters in our weekly cycling magazine show, World Of Cycling, packed full with even more analysis, news, special guests, chat, challenges and more.


Discover a world of epic new documentaries that you can watch anywhere, anytime for a big screen experience on any screen, including iPad. Immerse yourself in incredible adventures from across the globe. Get inspired and entertained by epic challenges. Keep on cycling’s cutting edge with the latest advances in science and technology that promise to take us into the future, today. Meet the sport’s greatest legends and see them like you’ve never seen them before. Learn about the history of the sport, brands and bikes that you love. Explore new corners of the cycling world from the comfort of your home, and much, much more.


GCN+ is everything cycling, all in one place: thrilling races + inspiring films + a full-gas experience.

Share
Upload photos and details of your bikes, the places you love to ride, your latest bike hacks and upgrades, or anything else related to cycling. Enter competitions and have a chance to be featured on our GCN and GCN Tech shows.

Stay up to date
Find the cycling news stories that matter in "Home" feed, check out our daily racing news and read detailed event previews. Get all the latest info on the pro cycling teams in the "Pro" section.

Vote
Sign up for an account in order to have your say on everything our community is sharing. Has someone uploaded your dream bike? Spotted a fantastic location that you have to go and ride? Seen a brilliant bike hack or an enviable upgrade? Vote for your favourites and join the conversations about them.

Explore
Interact with other cyclists like you, find out more about the bikes they love and discover the amazing places around the world they love to go and ride.


About GCN
The Global Cycling Network (GCN) is the largest and fastest-growing online cycling channel in the world, bringing together a global community of road cyclists to celebrate everything that’s great about the world of cycling.

By downloading and / or registering for the GCN app, you are agreeing to the GCN App Terms of Use: https://www.playsportsnetwork.com/app-terms-of-use/. For more information about how we use your personal information, please see our Privacy Policy: https://www.playsportsnetwork.com/app-privacy-policy/.

This app uses tracking technologies to understand how users interact with our content and to help personalise our content for you. You can learn more by reading our Cookie Policy: https://www.playsportsnetwork.com/cookie-policy/. By downloading the GCN app, you agree to the use of tracking technologies as described in the Cookie Policy.

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Version 1.330.0

The GCN app is now fully compatible with iPad:
• Enhanced landscape browsing experience
• Watch videos in full screen
• Subscribe to GCN+ for an enhanced on-the-go experience
• Enjoy live racing + exclusive documentaries on the iPad's larger screen
Let us know your thoughts and feedback!

Ratings and Reviews

Great content.. app needs work.

Loving the race coverage and GCN+ content.. Some truly brilliant films there.
But the app is slow, clunky and unintuitive to use. The lack of an app for AppleTV is infuriating. Airplay works fine but as an example of why it’s not an acceptable solution to this type of content, if I pause content on the AppleTV and leave it for long enough for the AppleTV screensaver to kick in then the Airplay connection is broken and I have to reset it and figure out where I was in the content as it doesn’t resume where it left off. This is annoying enough when watching documentaries or films, it’s completely unacceptable when watching live racing!!
I can’t see any reason why you can’t get an AppleTV app out quicker than it’s taking.. just rebrand the Eurosport app if you have to.. I won’t be renewing my sub without it.

Good with a couple niggles

It’s great having the content and largely have found this to work well - am using over Chromecast. However watching replays it does drop out though, which is frustrating if I’m on the trainer (I find if you quickly stop casting it picks up in the right place on the phone and then I can click cast again so don’t loose my place - bit of an annoying work around in the middle of an interval). I don’t know if this is the WiFi dropping and an issue with the Chromecast or the app. This doesn’t seem to happen when watching live so perhaps if there is a difference in how they work could look at this (does the live stream have a buffer for such dropouts and reply’s don’t?).

It would be great if the app ran straight from Chromecast/Amazon Fire/Apple TV - is this something in the pipeline?

Also something that would be good is when clicking onto a race that is currently live, before anything starts you get an option to watch from start or live - so if I start watching a cyclocross race 40 minutes after the start I don’t accidentally see what’s happening and ruin it.

Thanks for the review and feedback, we'll pass it on to our app team. We're currently working on bringing the app to devices like Amazon Fire sticks so you should see this in the near future!

Amazing coverage of women’s racing

Finally feel like I can follow women’s racing properly for the first time with GCN race pass, the coverage on here is so much better than anything else available. I don’t think GCN gets enough credit for how much more accessible they’ve made it. Thank you GCN!

The race pass part of the app is still new and it shows because there’s a few little issues with it - eg I can’t chrome cast the highlights of races where the full race is available. They also seem to overestimate how good their users’ WiFi is as well 😆, loading a lot of news content on app start and auto playing full race coverage whenever you navigate to a race, which can make the app feel very slow. But it’s a really ambitious app and very feature rich, hopefully these small issues will be ironed out soon.

Hi Amy, thanks for your feedback and review. We have a great team working on the racing and the app and we've been working hard to bring more and more coverage of women's racing to GCN+. It's great to see that you've been enjoying this and it's something that we'll keep working on, too. Thanks for the feedback on the app functionality – I'll make sure that this is passed along. All the best, Tom

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Information

Provider
Play Sports Network Ltd

Size
171.2 MB

Category
Lifestyle

Compatibility
iPhone
Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
iPad
Requires iPadOS 12.0 or later.
iPod touch
Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Languages

English, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish

Age Rating
17+ Unrestricted Web Access

Copyright
© 2018-2021 Play Sports Network Limited

Price
Free

In-App Purchases

  1. Monthly Subscription Package£6.99
  2. Yearly Subscription Package£39.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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Sours: https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/gcn/id1455822746

Global Cycling Network

Global Cycling Network (GCN) is a cycling-related YouTube channel which was launched in 2013. It is run by the multi-channel network Play Sports Network, a subsidiary of Discovery.[2] The channel is presented by Daniel Lloyd, Under-23 British National Mountain Biking champion Simon Richardson,[3] Oliver Bridgewood, Jeremy Powers, Welsh former track cyclist Manon Lloyd,[4]Conor Dunne, and James Lowsley-Williams. It is headquartered in Bath, Somerset under its parent company.

History[edit]

On 1 January 2013, Global Cycling Network was launched by SHIFT Active Media founder Simon Wear,[5] under Google's now-defunct YouTube Original Channel Initiative, as part of its multi-channel network media strategy.[citation needed] Wear's original objective was to create a "network of quality cycling video content creators and give cycling global promotion through an official channel".[6] The YouTube channel also provides a media channel for the promotion of the parent company's client brands.[6]

In 2015, the channel was awarded Best Vlogger/Best Use of Video during the Cycling Media Awards 2015 awards night, which aims to recognise the best of UK cycling media.[7] In 2016 the parent company's multi-channel network division was spun off as Play Sports Network, and management of the channel was transferred to the new company.[8] On 18 April 2017 the channel broke the 1 million subscriber mark.[citation needed]

On 27 February 2017, Discovery Communications, the owner of Eurosport, announced the acquisition of a 20% stake in Play Sports Group, the company that owns the GCN channel.[9] In 2019, Discovery Communications acquired a controlling interest in Play Sports Group and the GCN franchise, increasing holdings to 71%.[10]

In February 2018, GCN announced the addition of time trial and duathlon world champion Emma Pooley to the team.[11] On 24 March 2019, Pooley announced that after presenting for a year she would be leaving the channel to concentrate on engineering.[12]

On 3 July 2018, GCN announced another new presenter, cycling journalist and PhD graduate Oliver Bridgewood,[13] who previously worked as a writer and video producer at Cycling Weekly.

On 26 July 2019, GCN introduced Jeremy Powers,[14] a former professional racing cyclist who has won over 90 UCI victories, four USA Cyclocross National Championships, the 2015 Pan-American UCI cyclocross championships,[15] and the most cyclocross races by any American male.[citation needed]

On 24 December 2019, GCN announced the addition of former Welsh track cyclist 2016 UEC European Track Championships team pursuit bronze medallist Manon Lloyd as a presenter.[16]

On 29 October 2020, GCN announced the addition of Alex Paton as a presenter on their GCN Tech channel.[17]

Content[edit]

Global Cycling Network's content tends to be predominantly road cycling-related, with regular sections consisting of instructional videos, including videos on bicycle riding, maintenance and tech news, how-to videos, and a weekly news bulletin, "The GCN Show". The channel also features interviews of professional cyclists and coverage of international professional cycling events, including the Tour of Beijing, Dubai Tour, and the three Grand Tour races (the Tour de France, Giro d'Italia and Vuelta a España). Occasionally, the channel also creates videos on cyclo-cross and less frequently, mountain biking (mostly covered on Global Cycling Network's sister channel, Global Mountain Bike Network).

The channel also produces a "Road Bike Party" series of videos featuring former trials rider Martyn Ashton performing stunts on road bikes. It was a continuation of Ashton's independently-created first video, Road Bike Party 1. As of April 2017, Road Bike Party 2 had received more than 15 million views.[18][19]

In 2014, British Cycling partnered with Global Cycling Network in the creation of its Racesmart campaign, which aimed to promote safe cycle racing in Great Britain.[20][21]

Presenters[edit]

Global Cycling Network[edit]

GCN en Español (Spanish-language, since 2018)[edit]

GCN en français (French-language)[edit]

GCN Italia (Italian-language, since 2019)[edit]

GCN Japan (Japanese-language, since 2019)[edit]

GCN auf Deutsch (German-language, since 2020)[edit]

Former presenters[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ab"About globalcyclingnetwork". YouTube.
  2. ^Sutton, Mark (23 April 2021). "Discovery Inc takes full ownership of Play Sports Group". Cycling Industry News. Retrieved 15 September 2021.
  3. ^"Richardson retires on top after aggressive Tour of Britain". Cycling Weekly. London: Time Inc. UK. 20 September 2012. Retrieved 27 September 2016.
  4. ^"GB track and road racer Manon Lloyd is new presenter at Global Cycling Network (GCN)". 2 January 2020.
  5. ^Koon (25 December 2013). "An interview with Global Cycling Network!". duckingtiger.com. Retrieved 27 September 2016.
  6. ^ ab"Shift Active Media Partner With Google To Create Global Cycling Network". triathlete-europe.competitor.com (Media Release). SHIFT Active Media. 13 December 2012. Retrieved 27 September 2016.
  7. ^http://www.cyclingmediaawards.com/ Retrieved 27 September 2016
  8. ^"Channels – Play Sports Network". playsportsnetwork.com. Retrieved 27 September 2016.
  9. ^"Discovery Buys 20 Percent Stake in Digital Cycling Video Firm Play Sports Group". hollywoodreporter.com. The Hollywood Reporter. 27 February 2017. Retrieved 6 November 2017.
  10. ^"Play Sports Group Joins Discovery to Form Unique Global Cycling Platform". bicycleretailer.com. 8 January 2019. Retrieved 11 January 2019.
  11. ^Thompson, Anna (9 September 2014). "Emma Pooley wins the world duathlon title at first attempt". Retrieved 11 January 2019.
  12. ^Pooley, Emma. "Pooleyemma". Instagram. Retrieved 23 May 2019.
  13. ^"Chris Froome & Sexual Health - The GCN Show Ep. 286". www.youtube.com/. GCN. 3 July 2018. Retrieved 4 July 2018.
  14. ^"Cyclo-cross Legend Jeremy Powers - Meet The GCN Presenters". www.youtube.com/. GCN. 26 July 2019. Retrieved 26 July 2019.
  15. ^"Jeremy Powers claims Pan Am Continental Cyclo-cross crown". cyclingnews.com. 1 November 2015. Retrieved 8 June 2020.
  16. ^The Do's & Don'ts For Cyclists At Christmas | GCN Show Ep.363, retrieved 24 December 2019
  17. ^We've Got A New GCN Tech Presenter! | GCN Tech Show Ep. 149
  18. ^Jonathan, Wells (2 July 2015). "Paralysed stunt rider Martyn Ashton is back in the saddle". The Telegraph. London: Telegraph Media Group Limited. Retrieved 28 September 2016.
  19. ^"10 things you didn't know about Martyn Ashton's Road Bike Party 2". bikeradar.com. Immediate Media Company Ltd. 18 December 2013. Retrieved 28 September 2016.
  20. ^"British Cycling has today launched a new awareness campaign to promote responsible racing on Britain's roads". britishcycling.org.uk (Media Release). British Cycling. 10 June 2014. Retrieved 28 September 2016.
  21. ^Brett, Mat (10 June 2014). "British Cycling release new technique video series + videos". road.cc. London: Farrelly Atkinson (F-At) Limited. Retrieved 28 September 2016.
  22. ^ ab"Global Cycling Network launches Spanish channel with host Óscar Pujol". 2 July 2018. Retrieved 11 January 2019.
  23. ^Broughton, Robbie (30 April 2018). "Matt Stephens Leaves GCN". ridevelo.cc. Retrieved 11 January 2019.
  24. ^Opie, Chris (1 August 2020). "Chris Opie, Cycling Questions Answered, Why I Left GCN". youtube.com. Retrieved 6 October 2020.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_Cycling_Network
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GCN Presents Essential Road Bike Maintenance

Essential Road Bike Maintenance from popular cycling channel GCN comprises easy to follow maintenance walkthroughs, plus tips and tricks on road bike upkeep. It's definitely aimed at the beginner, and it's nicely written and illustrated – a great start point if you want to tackle specific tasks, or simply brush up on your knowledge.

GCN's book – that's the Global Cycling Network – is logically set out. The first 60-odd pages are a very basic introduction to the different bikes commonly found on the road, their parts, and how to set one up right out the box (yep, it even covers 'how to inflate your tyres'). After that it delves into specific sections such as transmission, braking, wheels, frames and forks, and cleaning.

The chapters are all where you might expect to find them even with very little knowledge, and fairly comprehensive. The transmission section covers everything from shifter maintenance to replacing jockey wheels, for instance, and each job gets a difficulty rating and time estimate.

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Each task is laid out with simple, step-by-step instructions and clearly-shot images to match. I find them genuinely easy to follow. The vast majority come with QR code links to GCN videos that should help, too, though you could always just search for the videos...

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You get 71 walk-throughs and 64 videos linked to them, and each is intuitive and easy to follow. There's no doubt GCN has set a high standard for tutorial videos in recent years – presented well by knowledgeable presenters, you could argue the videos are what really make this book as helpful as it is.

This manual also covers the tools you need, dividing them into essentials and 'great to haves' (there are 13 in total, so it's hardly a prohibitively long list). This is followed up with handy tips and the mistakes to avoid when using them.

> Beginner's guide to bike tools - get all the vital gear for basic bike maintenance

The book also delves a little into solving common problems and niggles. Got a creaking seatpost? Need a bit more comfort from your handlebar? Wondering how to set up your cleats? All are covered, and much more besides.

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Flaws? While bikes are arguably becoming more and more uniform in design, you may find yours doesn't quite conform to the specifications assumed here. Cable routing is assumed to be internal, and I can't remember encountering much on external routing at all.

Sure, it's easier to service than internal routing, but if you're a beginner I think that you're likely to want some specific guidance for peace of mind.

Value

At a penny short of £20, for a resource you could well be referring to for years to come it's good value. For comparison, Zinn & The Art of Road Bike Maintenance is also £19.99, though arguably pitched towards a slightly more advanced mechanic, while Haynes' The Bike Book: Complete Bicycle Maintenance 7th Edition is £18.99.

Conclusion

Essential Road Bike Maintenance is a useful, high quality catch-all book to get you started, or help you polish your skills without having to book onto a mechanic's course. For that, it deserves real credit and gets the thumbs up from this particularly untalented mechanic!

If you don't already own a mechanical manual, this one is well worth considering.

Verdict

Accessible and up to date – perfect for beginners or those looking to broaden their knowledge

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Make and model: GCN Essential Guide to Bike Maintenance

Size tested: 280mm x 216mm

Tell us what the product is for and who it's aimed at. What do the manufacturers say about it? How does that compare to your own feelings about it?

GCN says: "For road, gravel, commuter and hybrid bikes, Essential Road Bike Maintenance is intended to be a proper bible to all those essential bike maintenance, repairs, and set-up tasks that we all need to know."

Tell us some more about the technical aspects of the product?

Pages: 260 (120sm)

Size: 280mm (h) x 216mm (w) (portrait)

Cover: Paperback

Cover Finish: 300gsm, silk stock with anti-scuff matte laminate and spot UV gloss finish

Rate the product for quality of construction:

7/10

Good quality, matt finish high-stock cover, with good quality paper.

Rate the product for durability:

7/10

The book has started to fray at the corners, but that's to be expected in a workshop setting – if it stays looking as new, chances are that you're not using it properly!

Rate the product for value:

7/10

Tell us how the product performed overall when used for its designed purpose

It's easy to follow.

Tell us what you particularly liked about the product

Easy to read, includes video tutorial links, and covers the latest and most common standards.

Tell us what you particularly disliked about the product

Not for those with older or 'non-standard' bikes.

How does the price compare to that of similar products in the market, including ones recently tested on road.cc?

It's right on the money: Zinn & The Art of Road Bike Maintenance is also £19.99, though arguably pitched towards a slightly more advanced mechanic, while the The Bike Book Complete Bicycle Maintenance 7th Edition (Haynes Manual) is £18.99.

Did you enjoy using the product? Yes

Would you consider buying the product? Yes

Would you recommend the product to a friend? Yes

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This is a great introduction if you're just starting out in home repairs, with great insights, tips and tricks. It covers all the bases and is clear and easy to use. It's not for expert or even confident intermediate mechanics, but it's great for beginners. It's very good.

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High Tech Super Commuter - GCN Urban Challenge

Hi Steembikers!

I would like to share with you my favourite YouTube channel available to cyclists: the Global Cycling Network. Although it is a UK based channel, there are viewers from all over the world. GCN has the following sister channels: GCN Tech, Global Mountain Bike Network and Global Triathlon Network

This is the ‘about’ from their YouTube channel:

"The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic climbs of Alpe D’Huez and Mont Ventoux to the cobbles of Flanders, everywhere there is road or pavé, world-class racing and pro riders, we will be there bringing you action, analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. We show you how to be a better cyclist with our bike maintenance videos, tips for improving your cycling, cycling top tens, and not forgetting the weekly GCN Show. Join us on YouTube’s biggest and best cycling channel to get closer to the action and improve your riding!"

The GCN channel is funny, informative, clever and geeky all at the same time. There are some hilarious videos on the channel, and some have compared it to the ‘Top Gear’ of cycling. Look out e.g. for the video on what to eat and what not to eat on the bike:




The UK based GCN channel is basically a ‘roadie’ channel. Although I’m not a roadie at present, apart from the pieces of tarmac my knobbly tires accidently come across once in a while, I do thoroughly enjoy the show. A few of the presenters have been Mountain Bikers and Cyclocrossers, and once in a while they venture into discussing slightly wider tires, but they leave the hardcore MTB stuff to the GMBN channel.

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Matt, photo: GCN

However I have to say, that ever since my favourite presenter, Matt Stephens, has left the channel to focus more on his TV-commenting job, the channel has lost a bit of appeal for me. Matt was famous for his roaring laughter, his crashes and the fact he is always struggling to clip into his pedals. Let’s hope that some of the other presenters step up in the ‘humour’ department. They have just recruited two new presenters, so let’s see what they can do. Look out for Matt’s comments though during major cycling races, he is one of the few cycling presenters I can listen to for hours, really attentive and knowledgeable. Here is a video of the “Matt's Top 5 Crashes”.

All the key presenters are ex-professional British cyclists. The other key presenters are Dan Lloyd, Simon Richardson, and Emma Pooley, Tom Last and a few others. Emma has joined GCN recently after she ended her professional cycling career. They have just recruited two new presenters as well.

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The presenters, image: GCN

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Emma, Image: cyclingnews.com

What can you expect to learn on this channel? Their sister channel, which basically they also present, “GCN tech”, has all the tech stuff, some issues are really interesting, but as it is all road cycling, I do skip most of the vids on this channel.

On the main GCN channel, you can find the “GCN show”, which airs every week on Tuesday evening (UK time). Start with this, this is the most enjoyable show. They have a “wheel of fortune”, where you can win a prize or Dan a beer, racing news, extreme corner, bike hacks / bodges, ‘comment of the week’, ‘caption of the week’ and many other items. They often have unbelievable give-aways, so keep your eyes peeled. Here is the latest GCN Show:

On Monday there is the “race news” where they report on major races, but also on lesser known races, like e.g. the recent Dirty Kanza.

They have specials as well, and they recently had a special series on bike packing, which I recommend for the bike packers / touring bikers under the Steemers here. They went to Morocco on a special bikepacking tour. They are also big on training tips, live broadcasts (e.g. the recent 'Hammer' series), and have special training videos that you can play while on your trainer at home.

Sours: https://steemit.com/cycling/@ultrabiker/youtube-channel-review-global-cycling-network-gcn

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GCN

Welcome to the GCN app!
Brought to you by the Global Cycling Network – the world’s largest online cycling channel – our app is for anyone interested in the world of road cycling.

Sign up for an account to join our community and subscribe to GCN+ and watch live racing and cycling documentaries and films.

With the GCN app, you can:

Subscribe to GCN+
GCN+ is a better way to watch the best bike racing from across the world of road, cyclo-cross and track as they unfold live, uninterrupted and ad-free. On GCN+ there is no off-season: we keep all the action going through every month of the year. All the action – and more – that subscribers to GCN Race Pass have enjoyed is now included as part of GCN+.

On GCN+ you can catch up with all the key moments from the races you love in our analysis show, The Breakaway, where we go deep on all the action, with expert insights after each of the biggest races and every stage.

Discover a world of epic new films that you can watch anywhere, anytime for a big screen experience on multiple screens: immerse yourself in incredible adventures from across the globe. Get inspired and entertained by epic challenges. Keep on cycling’s cutting edge with the latest advancements in science and technologies that promise to take us into the future, today. Meet the sport’s greatest legends and see them like you’ve never seen them before. Learn about the history of the brands and bikes that you love. Explore new corners of the cycling world from the comfort of your home, and much, much more.

Plus get up to speed with everything that matters in our weekly cycling magazine show, World Of Cycling, packed full with news, special guests, chat, challenges and more.

GCN+ is everything cycling, all in one place: thrilling races + inspiring films + a full-gas experience.

Share
Upload photos and details of your bikes, the places you love to ride, your latest bike hacks and upgrades, or anything else related to cycling. Enter competitions and have a chance to be featured on our GCN and GCN Tech shows.

Stay up to date
Find the cycling news stories that matter in "Home" feed, check out our daily racing news and read detailed event previews. Get all the info on the pro cycling teams for 2021 in the "Pro" section.

Vote
Sign up for an account in order to have your say on everything our community is sharing. Has someone uploaded your dream bike? Spotted a fantastic location that you have to go and ride? Seen a brilliant bike hack or an enviable upgrade? Vote for your favourites and join the conversations about them.

Explore
Interact with other cyclists like you, find out more about the bikes they love and discover the amazing places around the world they love to go and ride.


About GCN
The Global Cycling Network (GCN) is the largest and fastest-growing online cycling channel in the world, bringing together a global community of road cyclists to celebrate everything that’s great about the world of cycling.

By downloading and / or registering for the GCN app, you are agreeing to the GCN App Terms of Use: https://www.playsportsnetwork.com/app-terms-of-use/. For more information about how we use your personal information, please see our Privacy Policy: https://www.playsportsnetwork.com/app-privacy-policy/.

This app uses tracking technologies to understand how users interact with our content and to help personalise our content for you. You can learn more by reading our Cookie Policy: https://www.playsportsnetwork.com/cookie-policy/. By downloading the GCN app, you agree to the use of tracking technologies as described in the Cookie Policy.

Your Californian Privacy Rights: https://www.playsportsnetwork.com/privacy-policy/gcn-app-privacy-policy-usa/#10

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