- Top 5 Fave YouTube channels
5x makey ones:
5x car ones:
Tom’s Turbo Garage (sporadic but a couple of good past projects)
B is for Build
Other honourable mentions:
Smarter Every DayPosted 1 year ago
ARiemann1 (beautifully shot MX/adventure bike stuff)
How to DAD
I only watch Scotty Cranmers videos because the guy is a genius on a BMX, multiple X Games gold medalist and very humble and grateful that he gets to earn a living from the sport.Posted 1 year ago
Tragically if you don’t know, he had a very bad face plant recently and broke his back. There have been further videos of him in hospital recovering, but he’s still in a wheelchair and has had the front of his skull removed because of a blood clot on the brain.
If you get ten minutes, watch an old video to see how good he is, then watch a recovery video to see how someone can be so positive and upbeat after having such a life changing accident.BustaspokeSubscriber
I only really watch GMBN The Dirt shed show is a must watch every week.Posted 1 year ago
In Summer I watch Red Bull’s channel for the World Cup MTB stuff.
Everything else I watch is a bit random.
I just watched a great little video with Steve Peat,Guy Martin & Joe Barnes up in Scotland ‘Mojo trail diaries’.
Most other stuff I watch concerns motorcycle racing or Rugby League.
I think these days,certainly when the RL season is on,I watch more Youtube than TVfederalskiMember
Scotty Cramner – The inner child in me still likes to watch some BMX vids, good fun content on here daily.
IFL – Boxing interviews aplenty
GCN – Really good, sure we all know about it.
GMBN – Same as above.
The Game Chasers – Now up to date on the seasons, but great video game show and could imagine it on TV if it wasn’t so niche.
I use YouTube quite a lot, been really handy for lower league Scottish football highlights, Cyclocross, WSOP shows and plenty more.Posted 1 year agoMalvern RiderMember
+1Fully charged. Just watching again and have to say it is REALLY nice to see quality production, presentation is engaging as is the content and not hardly a whiff of identity politics. Just watched a Tesla Wall installed and the Renault Electric Show coverage.
– the slow-mo guys. Because I want to see a 1000 mousetraps go off in slow motion on a trampoline. And stuff.
– Dave Jenvey. Englishman learning how to mtb. Brummie Balls of steel and nerves of custard. Compelling like a car crash. Ok, bike crash. Lots of.
– failarmy. Because late night beers after a ride need this.
– MCQ BushcraftPosted 5 months agochillnflowMember
MTB stuffPosted 5 months ago
BKXC (Seems mortal..not doing tail whips 50ft in air all day)
Singletrack sampler (but too much stoke sometimes)
Nate Hills (him and his boys can ride, try the Slickrock one for starters)
Seth bike hacks
(Have just about got over the Americanness of the above now..)
Need some more UK ones…kayak23Subscriber
Tall Order Webisodes- Bas Keep and friends, amazing bmx rider, did the Walls series and RedBull quartermaster at Revolution Bikepark.
Harry Main- Another amazing park bmx rider who’s recently getting into mtb. You have to skip around his vlogs about doing his washing and shit though…
Ali Clarkson Awesome trials rider. In the Drop and Roll team with Danny Mac.
Ben Cathro- Scottish racer and skills coach. Great insights into racing interspersed with some really cool sections on technique and line choice at world cups etc. Also, just seems a sound geezer.
Racer TV Beautiful cafe racer and custom motorcycles.
[video]http://youtu.be/Q3XRqFtZmMk[/video]Posted 5 months agoWillHMember
SmarterEveryDay – general sciencey stuff, explained well. Check out the one where he got invited to see the Mars Rover twin that NASA keep in a shed.
standupmaths – nerdy maths stuff with a bit of stand-up comedy (about maths). Lots of stuff about the maths behind day-today things.
Cody’sLab – proper dangerous physics and chemistry experiments done by a self-taught bloke in his garage.
Veritasium – more science, explained well.
WranglerStar – Some bloke who lives on and works a big chunk of the arse end of nowhere in the states. He’s a god’n’guns redneck but I’ll forgive him that because 95% of his videos don’t mention either god or guns, and he has a passion for tools, especially antiques. I started watching for his series on building a treehouse, but stayed for the tools.
Honourable mentions:Posted 5 months agojoeydeaconMember
Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast – essentially him having hour long chats with celebrities/comedians using (usually slightly filthy) questions they’ve never been asked before. Had everyone from Fry, Izzard, Coogan, Pegg etc to lesser known.
This reads like an advert, it ain’t, I just love this series!Posted 5 months agokayak23Subscriber
and of course colinfurze
These days he’s become a bit big time and doesn’t seem to appeal so much for me.Posted 5 months ago
I loved it when he was just some crazy cat in his shed but now a lot of his inventions are sponsor-led seemingly.
Mind you, he’s just paying his bills I guess…
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