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  • ‘Smaller’ bike channels on YouTube.
  • Premier Icon matt_outandabout
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    What do you watch?

    A couple from me:

    Simon ‘Always another adventure’ rides lots of gravel and road around West coast of Scotland, swims and runs, some good advice.

    I just enjoy seeing this Hels on wheels pedal shorts

    Premier Icon abingham
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    Both of mine are quite ‘US Gravel’ focussed, but Russ and Laura of Path Less Pedalled seem like some of the most geuine ‘Youtubers’ going. I also like Dustin Klein and his Everything’s Been Done series.

    Both channels well worth a look.

    Premier Icon dufresneorama
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    Simon ‘Always another adventure’

    Very good content professionally presented and produced.

    Premier Icon ampthill
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    Looks like a good thread to check in on

    Premier Icon d42dom
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    both bikepacking channels. Barry Godin, he is always enthusiastic and happy. Keep Smiling Adventures, has had a few unsuccessful trips and tough ones too, doesn’t always keep smiling either…

    Premier Icon BoardinBob
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    Barry Godin

    He’s excellent

    Premier Icon jmmtb
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    +1 for Barry Godin, lovely chap, a real adventurer and extremely skilled rider.
    Very easy to identify with and a great inspiration to get out there and ride. His BG Tips series is great for anyone wanting to get into bike packing.

    Premier Icon sirromj
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    Mostly trials stuff as I’m trying to learn how to ride trials…

    Flipp, brakeless trials:

    Lutze Time, doing lots of tutorials for beginners to trials, and a few MTB orientated:

    Shin Dig Podcast “Getting under the skin of the trials community”, series of interviews
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFtFpucaS_xwtMn0yD93WwQ

    James Barton, bmx influenced street trials rider

    Premier Icon rOcKeTdOg
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    Having done a few videos for my channel I’m always in awe at the production values and Regularity of episodes for these guys as I know how long it takes to edit footage to get even a 5 minute video.

    Premier Icon NormalMan
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    Spindatt is one I enjoy

    Premier Icon ajt123
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    Over 40 mtb

    Premier Icon militantmandy
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    I like Street Pigeon and McTrailrider. Quite often inspires me to go and ride a particular area or trail.

    Premier Icon ogden
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    Both of mine are quite ‘US Gravel’ focussed, but Russ and Laura of Path Less Pedalled seem like some of the most geuine ‘Youtubers’ going. I also like Dustin Klein and his Everything’s Been Done series.

    Both channels well worth a look.

    Spindatt is one I enjoy

    All came to mind when I saw the thread title. I’ll add Old Shovel to the mix.

    Premier Icon mini
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    7 subs away from 200.

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrt87Stq7DI34e1vJag7YFw

    Premier Icon bikesandboots
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    District Mountain Biker (4k)
    Lakedistrictrider (1.6k)
    McTrail Rider (33k, not that small)
    RockGully (500)
    Street Pigeon MTB (5k)
    Trail-Finder (7k)

    Premier Icon bri-72
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    Inver trail rider – Highlands
    Based and has pointed me to some new stuff to ride.

    Premier Icon poah
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    Inver trail rider – Highlands

    I sub to Neil too.

    Premier Icon redthunder
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    @mini

    I assume its you. SUB’d

    🙂

    Premier Icon slowol
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    Zenga Bros – not much recent stuff but could tall bikes really save the world?

    Premier Icon mini
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    coolio dude

    Premier Icon mrdobermann
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    I enjoy Laura Jane and wee Tam’s videos. Great fun to watch both come across really well and Tams commentary makes me giggle. Mc trail rider is very good and I also like street pigeon, he needs to give him himself more credit for his riding. I generally enjoy watching experienced good riders doing stuff I can aspire too rather than some high end pro etc.

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    I enjoy Laura Jane and wee Tam’s videos. Great fun to watch both come across really well and Tams commentary makes me giggle.

    Another vote for these guys. Tams enthusiasm and accent is just brilliantly entertaining.
    I’m another that would rather watch good riders that do trail revue type vids than pros.
    Gives a much better idea of what the trail will actually ride like.

    Premier Icon 136stu
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    +1 for Dustin Klein, always good fun.

    Premier Icon gravedoja
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    Hardtail party is pretty good too.

    Gravel cyclist ( with Jom )

    Rides of Japan (road/gravel riding & kit)

    Velofil (commuting mostly)

    Velo ads (velomobiles)

    Safa Brian (road & gravel)

    David Arthur

    Francis Cade (road)

    Premier Icon StuE
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    Aventuras mtb,stunning views but don’t expect to understand anything he says https://youtu.be/W1gVsMQd_DY
    Gravel films division,not even sure why I like this

    Premier Icon rOcKeTdOg
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    Francis Cade (road)

    More gravel and MTB since he moved north

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    Old shovel as mentioned above and MonkeyShread for similar but UK based restoration vids.

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    @mini – just watched your latest vid and have subscribed, good luck with your vlogs


    @rOcKeTdOg
    – whats your channel called?

    Interesting to watch what other STW’ers are up to

    Premier Icon poah
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    wouldn’t say tam & laura and street pigeon are small channels. Any channel that doesn’t make money is small in my mind.

    Premier Icon kerley
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    +1 for Dustin Klein, always good fun.

    Yep, love his videos but can at the same time understand why others may not!

    Premier Icon Houns
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    +1 for AAA and Barry Godin (I keep expecting him to say “Hi I’m Barry Scott!”). I also like The Bicycle Adventure Club for some harmless fun viewing of their rides locally

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    Hard tail Party
    Jeff Kendall weed
    Path less travelled

    Premier Icon Houns
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    I have another one that’s not been mentioned above, Dirty Teeth MTB, US based bike-packing TDR type content

    Premier Icon jivehoneyjive
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    Something about this guy cracks me up; this episode, where he’s broken his MTB, so sends DH trails on a 1 brake BMX with street tyres tickles me somewhat:

    Having subesquently gone to find and inspect the tree drop and step down in question, the video really doesn’t do any justice to just how bonkers the stuff he’s riding is!

    Premier Icon rOcKeTdOg
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    @rOcKeTdOg
    – whats your channel called?

    Interesting to watch what other STW’ers are up

    UkgravelCO probably shouldn’t link as it contains reviews & STW won’t get an affiliate link which wouldn’t be fair to them as they own this forum.
    I had to delete yesterday’s video due to complaints (& not because it was rubbish for once) which is a pity as during it I revealed how to make every bicycle adventure better.
    Might have to re-edit it if I can find the time.

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    Tommy C Hype
    If you can get past the preponderance of “sick”,”OMG”, “Boys” etc and don’t mind English Northerners 🙂 then enjoy Tommy’s boundless enthusiasm ,bottle and not inconsiderable riding skills.Mates on bikes riding bikes in all weathers.



    Premier Icon iamtheresurrection
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    Nick1962 +1
    I find Tommy C really watchable – boundless enthusiasm which doesn’t feel forced at all. Amazingly, I can forgive everything else despite me being a bit of a sociopath.

    ^^ BaskettCase is a new one to me, I’ll watch some of those 🙂

    Premier Icon jedi
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    I have a channel but struggle to do regular updates but do a few set up tips on it.will have a new one showing the avalanche seesaw thats part of a memorial line called o line

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