Published on Jul 3, 2013
Learning how to ride one- or no handed is a key skill for any cyclist, not just for the pros celebrating the win. GCN shows you how.
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Riding with one hand on the bars or riding no handed are key skills for pro and everyday cyclists. For the pros, celebrating the win, taking a feed bag in the feed zone and putting a rain cape on and off are all necessary skills. How do these transfer to your riding? Putting a gilet or raincape on on the go, indicating to other road users, and drinking or eating on the bike will all improve your riding experience.
Former professional Simon Richardson shows you how and shares his top tips on what and what not to do once you have learned how to ride no handed.
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