How To Change Your Handlebars by GCN

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In this featured video, GCN (Global Cycling Network) is going to tell you how to change your handlebars on your bike.

Here’s what GCN has to say about how to change your handlebars on your bike

Handlebars are a pretty important part of your bike, but bars are not a component that you’d regularly change unless you’re looking to change your position, move to a more comfortable bar shape or width, or you’ve damaged them for whatever reason.

In this video, Ollie will take you through changing your bars so you can do so with ease!

Heres the tools that you will need:

  • Allen/Torx Keys
  • Torque Wrench
  • Tape Measure
  • Electrical Tape
  • (Potentially) New Bar Tape

The 5 different types of handlebars that your bike could have:

  • Riser bars
  • Flat bars
  • Bullhorns
  • Drop bars
  • Cruiser bars

To learn more about handlebars check out this amazing video and post: Which Bicycle Handlebars Are Best For Your Commute?

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Thank you for watching this featured video by GCN, and if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please leave a comment in the section below.

Also, don’t forget to check out GCN’s website for the latest videos and gear at globalcyclingnetwork.com

Who is 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.

GCN’s videos bring fans compelling daily content including expert tutorials, techniques, training, racing, cutting-edge bike tech, unparalleled behind the scenes event coverage, humor, entertainment, and more.

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