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  • It’s funny that people think it’s E-bikes are “cheating” because it’s really just a mechanical advantage, and having multiple gears is also a huge mechanical advantage over a fixie. Hell even a good 12 speed is a significant advantage over a cheap 9 speed yet no one calls it “cheating” because you bought a nicer bike. E bikes are just the next form of mechanical advantage and will probably be widely adopted in the next decade or 2, especially as the motors and batteries get smaller and lighter and price keeps coming down.

  • I’m an old guy approaching 90 years. I took my bike out of storage after over 30 years, washed it off and had it gone over by a repair guy to be sure it is safe and that everything works. All I’m interested in is getting on the bike, not falling off nor running into somebody. I’m not interested in cutting off a second or two going to the store. My fake knee is improving as a result of my bike riding. But I have to admit I enjoy watching the Tour De France etc.

  • i bought a fixie with track bar for $84.37 in 3 months ago, not even 2nd hand one
    hi-ten steel frame with horizontal top tube
    i love it

  • Im doing this in real life some swine I have other words for the person who stole my focus Cayo carbon (not the best but a good bike) so due to health I can no longer work but still ride I’ve had to buy a Carrera a budget bike I’ve had it six to eight weeks I’m actually quite impressed with it it has bottom end gears also to my surprise they don’t miss a beat it also has disks I can’t say the same for those

  • I have a Trek Hilo time trial/triathlon bike with 650c wheels. I have a set of clincher training wheels that are Shimano SG hubs and Mavic CXP rims. I also have a set of tubular racing wheels that are Spinergy Rev X carbon fiber four spoke bladed.
    I’m putting CST Czar tires on the clincher wheels and Vittoria Juniores tires on the tubular wheels.
    I’ve had my Trek Hilo up to 33.30 mph and generated 230 watts over a short local Strava segment.
    I bought this bike for $100 from a friend who owns his own bike shop where I live.
    My main road bike is a Lemond Buenos Aires that’s about fifteen to twenty years old and I’ve ridden thousands of miles on it since I bought her new in Colorado.
    I have a Gary Fisher Mamba mountain bike that I got for $60 and have to restore to riding condition.

  • 36:08 Strange:activate protocol 11
    Ras:what are you doing!
    Batman:Looks threw strange’s history and sees him banging catwoman and talia*
    ras: hes pissed
    Batman:Throws sword into hugo*
    Batman jumps out window saying ALFRED PROTOCOL BATMAN NOW

  • So the better bike cost 5000% more or something? But not that much better.
    One pay much much more, to just get a little bit better performance.
    Interesting test! I want that 90euro bike:D

  • Hi there from the beautiful Ojai Valley, California. I have a second hand chip Trek and love it Al. Frame I’m just a casual rider!! Watching this vido makes me happy I have what I have… thanks for the video guys!! Btw I love the GCN Jerseys I’m medium if you like to hook me up with one of those �� love to bike love to run.

  • Out of curiosity I looked online (nationwide eBay search, etc), and here in the US I’m not seeing a similar “cheap” used Raleigh in nearly the condition of the one in the video for anything close to £90 ($120).

  • im always saying.. fat people will get even fatter with e-bikes. even you in your video proved my point. why? coz you stoped and eat, took a cup of coffer or like its custom in my country to drink beer or schanps. and fattys will think they did a good work out eat and drink after, while in fact they consumed less energy then their mind is telling them while calories input stays the same (beer, strudel, schnaps,..). im seeing smily people without too much breathing climb a hill with ebike, then sit drink and eat, while regular biker are breathing like hell when they come to top of the same hill then sit drink and eat just the same as ebikers.
    and dont get me wrong, ebikes will save many other problems like city traffics etc. but sadly not fatty ones.

  • The cheap bike is already enough for beginners or just looking for a bike to use for exercise and it is faster downhill course cause its heavier the expensive one tho it is also nice for those who are fortunate, but still the rider has the most impact on how he will handle the bike

  • don’t know why would you waste 800 anything ( Pound/euro/USD) to upgrade a bike… for that amount you can buy a decent to very good used bike (even a carbon frame one).. and also would avoid spending so much time and work to ” upgrade the old one”…

  • I’ve been trying to spray the window at 4:58 with the explosive spray but I can’t get it to work.  I’ve finished everything except the riddler mission.

  • My wife and I rode from Europe to Australia on budget hybrid bikes, which cost 350 euros each… And we were happy! So, it doesn’t really matter what bike you ride. It’s important WHY you ride.

  • I don’t believe that bike stopped in 5.4 Meters.

    Let’s to some maths:

    We assume 8.83 m/s² of negative acceleration (which is about the deceleration of a car on summer tires and a dry road).
    If we calculate the braking time from that, it would be 1.258 seconds, while the braking distance would be 6.991 meters.

    So essentially this would mean the bike would slow down faster to a stop than a car, which is simply not possible.

  • All that face clobbering with almost bare knuckles sure is beyond anything the cosmetics industry can fix…
    Couldn’t they find a less damaging way to do these competitions?

  • Every time I played this part I always thought that Batman should’ve just let them complete Protocol 10 Cus then all of his Rogues gallery would be destroyed without Batman having to break his rule. But then I realised that not everyone whose in Arkham city was actually a criminal and a lot of them were actually political prisoners who just wanted to go home. So I’m not so sure

  • Indeed these ebikes should have more cyclists on the road. They should make it difficult for young drivers to get cars. Raise the age to 25 till they can get behind a wheel. Will be doing them a favor by sparing their life and getting them fit!!!!

  • I love these tests. They might not meet the statistical requirements of a standards agency or science journal, but they are thoughtful, commonsensical, and convey the info one needs.

  • Some people just don’t get it.
    Bikes are our hobby. People spend thousands on additional car parts. They don’t make the car that much faster either…but it gives joy.

  • Brilliant Video guys.
    Coming back to cycle riding not just for fitness but mental health too. Will definitely now consider getting an ebike after watching your video

  • whats next 650b and 700c boost and Fullsus gravel like Niner? Next Gravel for DH and Enduro thats good innovation =)

    Test that gravel for Fun factor in this location
    Antur Stiniog, North Wales.
    BikePark Wales, South Wales.
    Revolution Bike Park, North Wales.
    Fort William, Scottish Highlands.
    Danny Hart’s Descend Bike Park, Country Durham.
    Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire

  • Why not simply use a 26″ Mountainbike? Industry tries to sell us concepts as “new”, which have been standard in mountainbiking since the nineties. Remember suspension-stems on gravelbikes…Just use your 1990s MTB for offroad fun instead of buying an expensive “Gravel”-bike.

  • Disc brakes really spoilt the good look of the bicycles. it truly is the biggest gimmick in the history of bicycles. it is really sad.

  • honestly i just need to say thank you from the bottom of batman’s heart because of how much you have helped me with riddler. honest

  • I’ve been riding a 650B Felt Breed for about a year (almost entirely off road) and I think the biggest thing I notice is how comfortable the ride is. 47mm tires makes it really plush yet still pretty fast.

  • Ok someone please help me here… I see these guys riding bikes and there seat post is way high. It looks like they are riding to small of a bike with a high post to make there leg fit the pedal. No one has ever explained this to me… Help! It is driving me crazy

  • The idea is if you want to have fun and versatility then go for the 650b with higher volume tires. You wanna race or go fast and more on pavement then 700c would be it.

  • Oh look, it’s another wheel standard marketologists came up with out of the blue to make you buy new bikes, forks, wheels, tubes and tires. How exciiiiting.

  • would a 700c by35 with aero wheels and a suspension fork be faster and more fun because it will cause less injury? just a thought. im thinking of getting a ritchey carbon breakaway can you review that bike please. the gravel model

  • Things like Strava and the like need to add an “e” to every result posted. Sure, keep the e-bikes they are great for a lot of people but those of us who ride 100% human power, like to compare our numbers to others who ride 100% human powered. We just don’t care about the e-bike numbers.

  • judgment that is not physically, mentally, and spiritually beneficial is useless therefore has no true value. Without judgment progress cannot be made. For no one can express or receive love or any other desired emotion in its entirety if the don’t know themselves. We are all not created equal however we all have a equal obligation to living up to the pleasure, potential, and responsibility of femininity and masculinity. So do your best to become physically fit, mentally sound, and spiritually balanced being able to express physical freedom. Which can be accomplished through clean air, water, fitness, and high sources of nutrition organic and non-genetically modified would be best. Plus formal education or real hands-on experience. When one learns the body’s capabilities and limitations by fully engaging with all their senses to their extreme limits in the most efficient way that is humanly possible. The subconscious then begins to naturally subconsciously systematically coincide with the mind-body souls spirit mother Earth and all the various different forms of life that live within this world and the most efficient way that is humanly possible. Thus yielding
    the best spiritual kickback for one’s efforts accomplishments experiences. You might want to take these points to heart

    Considering the simple logic if life is not free, why the hell would death be any cheaper? It’s not the question the common, basic, average, normal man or woman may be able to wonder is what is the spiritual cost to one’s own soul and spirit for freely living dying off having only used the smallest percentage of a fraction of the true potential they are first born with. Not to add insult to injury for the last hundred and 50 years or so the mass majority of the population has been living and dying yielding the worst spiritual kickback that has ever been manifested since the beginning of life only getting worse. And that has nothing to do with everybodys so-called charming personality and everything to do with the standards of quality pertaining to our air, water, foods, landscapes, working/living environment, every day home products, habitats, and ecosystems. Which is ignorant beyond retarded (no offense to any disabled people.) When you consider for the last 490 years Give or take we have had the manpower woman influence or vice versa to have created clean high paying jobs from coast-to-coast globally that would improve upon and maintain the quality of our life in such a manner.

    That the mass majority of the population from coast-to-coast globally would naturally, gradually, and systematically start becoming stronger, smarter, healthier, happier, better off physically, mentally, and financially possibly spiritually then the previous generation. Now I would like to resurrect the wish and prayer I made prior to my 8th birthday which was to be held spiritually accountable to the statements I proclaim to the way I’m living personally and professionally. I guarantee you never see or hear another body, man or woman in power, persons of legal, religious authority, or leaders ever freely validate the statements they proclaim with that level of certainty one reason they don’t have the best interest of the majority of the population’s needs at heart a another reason could be they cum from a bloodline of cowards or simply have a lifestyle that suggests, confirms, and validates them as being feebleminded physically inadequate submissive subservient which it doesn’t get any worse than that. One is genetically inherited and the other is a simple generic learned behavior. Quite possible to be a combination of these worst-case scenarios nonetheless either way it is physically, mentally, and spiritually useless to freely live and die in such a low quality manner.

    Especially if that ignorant stupidity, weak, lonely desperation stems from being soft, lazy, out of shape, over fed, undernourished, overworked, and underpaid with a dirty low-paying job that comes from outdated power sources, inferior materials, poisonous, toxic substances, pesticides, and chemicals that never change their killing composition. Which means simpletons whether it is a solid, liquid, or burnt off into our airways atmosphere as a vapor it is always going to be poisonous, debilitating, and deadly to the body at the same time polluting, corrupting, and devastating to mother Earth and all the various different forms of life that live within this world. There is no cash profit to be made in the demise of the planet. Thanks to those dirty low-paying jobs we are in the mist of environmental financial global collapse. The good news souls and spirits have paid out are picking up the tab on the end results of those dirty low-paying jobs. The even better news that the common, basic, average, normal man woman may be able to comprehend his souls and spirits have been are being managed, directed, maintained, and implemented with all the disease, sickness, illness, pain, suffering, injury, abuse, neglect, hunger, addiction, sadness, anger, and hyperaggressive violence. That has been allowed to occur manifesting throughout the history of mankind into what it is today thanks to people like Donald Trump who have the false belief if the mass majority of the population is at their worst they will feel less afraid inferior to the true potentials of love, honor, and the creation of life. Here’s the deal you’re either part of the world solutions or exacerbating the planets problems there is no safe in between. Either way no matter how you look at it each and every moment of every life has been spiritually accounted for. S.R.F.

  • It’s probably be said already on here possibly by me:-) but these tests are farkin stupid because the wheels make the biggest difference, except if the old bike is much heavier, and they’re going up hill. It’s a bike test, not a wheel test. Swap the wheels around, THEN see what happens, or at least put the same wheels on both bikes for one test.

  • My wife and I rode the 60km around lake Come a couple of weeks ago, me on a normal road bike and my wife on an eBike. It was fabulous to do something I love on holiday and my wife could join me. She is totally converted and is buying one. I’ve just had my Ribble stolen so am going to buy the Ribble CGR-e. For those cold wintery nights with a big headwind and maybe so I can join in with those longer 200 mile rides that the crazy bunch at my cycling club do.

  • I recently got a Carrera Axle as a backup bike with 650B wheels and I can honestly say that the bike is a lot of fun compared to my main commuter bike which has 700C.

  • I’ve got 650B’s with WTB Horizons (650Bx47 slicks) on Carbon fibre XC wheels makes for a very fast and agile ride. When I swap back to 700C’s it feels slightly duller and slower to respond. I am absolutely a convert when it comes to 650B’s. I too come from a mountain biking background, near all of the MTB’s back in my day were 26’s and a gravel bike on 650B’s feels super similar in terms of fun….

  • In my time trial days the fastest guys were not the ones with the best bikes. Many rode fixed wheel to do 25 miles in around 54 minutes.

  • Once riding 700c it’s hard to go back to anything smaller. The 700c wheels really do power along and eat up miles with very little effort. I’ve ridden bikes with all different sized wheels and 700c wheels are without a doubt the best.

  • After watching dan hardys herb dean response video the “ fencing defence or fencing response” makes so much more sense after watching the Tate v Holm fight. I like most thought holly was fighting til the end but, it looks more like fencing response your body’s natural defence mechanism. If you havnt seen it go watch it it’s so informative, Dan came with the receipts man ��

  • the problem of a Race ebike is, that u technically just go 25kmh, a normal, talking A NORMAL road biker drives 40km/h, in my opinion is the 250W Ebike perfect for everyone, that actually wanna just have an normal 25km/h ebike, a normal bosch ebike with 500W, can sustain and maintain a speed of 50km/h with ez, and can go up too 65km/h+ with a fully charged batterie. so why fucking drive 25km/h?

  • i have played all games to existed and this series has to be the worst combat system i have yet seen!
    i mean u have absoulty no clue who ur gonna hit only hold X button to finish all like wtf
    great graphics and best voice actors in industry but worst PC port(stutters& fps drops) and gameplay in history! i just watched the videos to finish the series i couldt play it anymore it gave me headaches becuz of the randomness


  • I like my road bike very traditional, that’s why I drive a 10-year-old frame with diamond geometry and a straight top tube. I just like the look of big 700C rims.

  • I run 650B road wheels with 23mm tyres on a Litespeed Saber and they are mad fun on the road and super light on aero wheels! I can only imagine how much fun they would be with a super large off road tyre on them. Pity I don’t have the clearance.

  • The PSI difference doesn’t apply when comparing two different volume tires. I run 15psi in my 26×3 mountain tires, but the firmness of the tire is equal to 40psi in a 26×2 inch tire.

  • Ya know, if not for the (miniscule) of innocent people stuck in Arkham City, and whatever the hell Strange and Ra’s was planning to do after this, I’d say let them burn the place to the ground, I wouldn’t care about the death of murderer’s and psychos

  • Holy crap, could not of beaten riddlers challenges on my own haha, tried once and failed, i’ve beaten this game loads of times completing all side missions but not riddler… He was annoying in AA, but was a hugh frustrating foe in this game. Finally i get to kick his ass!!!

  • I have a specialized roll sport, 27.5×2.3 I love the size, it’s faster and less draggy than a 26, but more nimble than a 29. It’s even faster now that I installed a 12t 1200 watt Mac motor on the front. I can do 50kph.

  • Thank you. I am actually in the process of purchasing my first road bike; although it won’t be anytime soon because of the bike shortage. I don’t plan on spending much on my first road bike though, but I will make sure I get some good breaks if I get into some serious cycling!

  • Looks like fun machines! Great job! Those bike lokks dope! Zip rims and all! Very over the top! I like! Why not put a dropper seat on them? If you first want to take the bike out on propper trails:D

  • I would love for someone riding these 650beez to answer this question: how does it accelerate on a varing gradient road climb?
    I have heard that if i could fit 32mm road tyres it would accelerate faster and be suited to my midfoot cleating position.

  • Would you guys please mention at the start of the video that I should be taking notes!? I’m just going to bookmark this and watch again a few times. I like bigger tires (sorry, tyres) for comfort and stability. I also want max diameter on max frame size to go for max crank length I have long legs and like to max out on range of motion. I’ve only been back into cycling for a month after a nearly 30 year hiatus and I’m already freaking out over how to build the perfect bike for me. Don’t even get me started on all the ski hacks I learned getting back into cross country skiing last winter.

  • My new build is a Gary Fisher Mamba originally a entry level 29er Mountain bike now a drop bar, carbon fork citybike. I’m running ThickSlicks at the moment and the bike FLYS!! More importantly, as you never know what you might spontaneously encounter on your commute to work; it is nice to know you can “roll over pretty much anything”. Thankfully, no mud between me and the job, just good old American pavement, with the occasional run on concrete…poor me, bike lanes all the way. Love Austin TX!

  • I predict a resurgence of 650a tires for road touring bikes, as they are more correctly “in between” 26″ MTB and 700c road sizes…

  • One of my favorite vintage build options was to take a decent steel frameset designed for 27″ wheels and mount a 700x40c wheelset instead. Now my daily rider is a 650b conversion of a 700c frameset, and I’ve found that everything they say about preserving road handling characteristics is true. Even if you don’t do any offroad riding, you may find them far more comfortable on your road commuter.

  • Hello! Hey having trouble getting trophy Nr. 1 of row 4 I’m flowing your steps i can’t get up the platform to brake the ceiling?

  • I just want to thank you for adding in SUBTITLES in your videos! I couldn’t make out who provided your bikes (“our mates over at Zipp”) ( 0:16) and replayed it 3 times before turning on the “CC” thinking the bikes can’t be Zipp since Zipp are a wheel-manufacturer. Also indispensable for those who did not grow up with English.

  • I have a one bike does it all = A adventure bike (light mountain bike) with a rigid steel fork, aluminum frame, 26×2 inch tires road/trail tread. Then I use bar ends and aero-bars on flat bars for the road. The bike is fast on and off-road and has wide range gearing for top speed on the road and steep climbing off road….it cost me $400.00….is super strong for this x-pro rider with a lean body mass and 6 foot / 196 pounds. AND, it is all smiles, fitness and transportation. between my muscular weight, 6 foot, and skill to transfer power through the drivetrain, any weakness of the bike would become obvious….it hasn’t now in the 8 years I have been riding this configuration. Sometimes I return home on the road coming out of the mountains and hold a 30mph speed down the 2 to 3% road grade.

  • Could you do a video, comparing 700c to a 20″ Java Air, with equivalent gearing?
    ie. 60T crank ring to compensate for the smaller wheel diameter.

    Will the Carbon Java Air weigh less than your Carbon 700c Road Bikes?
    Will the smaller wheels greater rolling resistance matter on city roads?
    Will the smaller wheels, frame & ride position provide aero gains?
    Will the smaller wheels get you up hills faster?
    Will the the bearings limit the smaller wheels from higher speeds?
    Why don’t they use Mini Velo’s in the Tour De France?

    Thanks Guys:)

  • Man whoever the voice actor was for Hugo Strange did a fantastic job voicing him. He sounds so villainous yet speaks with elegance as a “Doctor” of Arkham city

  • Thank you for this. Man i wish this and some other of the arkham games music was used for the new batman movie. It really plays into the fact of how tortured and insane of a man bruce wayne really is.

  • I’ve searched and searched for these forgotten treasures ever since I first played it in 2011. And thanks to you, I’ve found them. You’re not the channel we deserved, but the one we needed.

  • thats so nostalgic i really wish they made another batman game but much darker than arkham knight. With this music in main menu:D

  • I always turned every audio feature off during this part just so I could listen to this. The way they add more instruments the more you progress is very creative.

  • I wish the game let you backtrack through the other entrance to wonder city and take out all those thugs from behind, but sadly when you try and do that Batman doesn’t let you

  • I was into mountain biking when it first blew up. We were always waiting for women’s mountain biking to blow up, the organization of this sport deserves kudos for getting top level performance from incredible women!!!!

  • Guys, you are awesome! Hope to be able to do a ride with you someday! I’m a 64 years old Italian grandpa living in Western NY and tempus fugit and I don’t seem to be able to catch up…
    But never say never. Thanks for all the great info and entertainment. Ciao a tutti.

  • For the riddler trophy where you have to break through the soft panel long with your grapnel boost I can’t seem to break through it and I follow these instructions to the letter! Help me!

  • I noticed when you go onto maps your trophies are highlighted even on the individual map of wonder tower etc but mine don’t any ideas why? thanks

  • I found another way to get #226.

    1-) Go to the “Elixir of Life” wall.

    2-) Make a Line Launcher rope, travels under of the wooden celling.

    3-) When you arrived under of the wooden celling, make another rope to the right side. Batman will flip and breake the wooden celling.

    4-) Collect it with Batclaw.

  • so i got all of the riddler trophies but the riddler hasn’t given me the machine to find him like he did with the other hostages.. any help?

  • Reading through the comments it’s nice to see a lot of old folks getting back into cycling. However I’d like to leave the perspective of a younger ebiker. I’m 22 years old, I was semi professional in tennis, and did a lot of other sports as well. In general I’m very fit. I ride a hybrid bike. So why did I convert it to an ebike? Well because of convenience. I’m living in the Netherlands and as a student it’s almost impossible to afford a car and I mean afford it, not buy it. So cycling is my only option. Converting my bike into an ebike meant I no longer had to come to class sweaty, or to my friends house all tired and panting like a dog.

  • this is absolutely ridiculous, i mean seriously theres already a shit load of trophies we have to get and then they go making this one complicated as hell to get, urg sucks after all my hard work of getting the others this one will be the cause of me not finishing the riddler mission

  • This just shows a lot about Batman, he decided to save a bunch of worthless criminal scum rather than save the only person he truly ever loved. This scene is one of my favorite scenes in gaming history.

  • I finally got 400 I’ve been playing Arkham city since the announce of Arkham Knight (2 weeks ago) I can go to riddlers hideout but I’m going to finish my last side mission then catwomans riddler trophies then beat riddler then new game + and all the side missions again. Then Challenge maps making my way down to 100% percent complete in this game. I’m so commited to Batman as a loyal fan ( I like superman better but batmans my 2nd fav) I found all riddler secrets by interrogating riddlers goons just thought I could share:)

  • I still ride a 26″ wheel rockhopper with aluminium rigid fork and 1.75″ width semi slick tyres for short distance commuting. I switched to using a single speed bike with 700c 25mm tyres for a while but found it less comfortable and less practical. The 26″ tyres are easier to inflate, puncture less and at very slow speeds the rockhopper handles better with no toe/front tyre interference. It’s not ‘aero’ but I can ride it reasonably fast and I actually prefer the more upright riding position for my awareness and being visible to other road users. For the mix of tight turns, poor surfaces and obstacles on my route I prefer the agility of the smaller wheeled bike.

  • I found this video very interesting. What I would say, though, as a casual rider trying to stay in shape, a bike that makes things a little harder is exactly what would make sense to me not unlike wearing heavier equipment during a practice.

  • For those who don’t know how to get the trophy in the breakable ceiling:
    You haven’t completed the basic Augmented Reality training, so you don’t have the grapnel boost.
    Complete the basic A.R.T. and all your problems will disappear.

  • I am buying a Bafang 750 watt kit for my Cannondale M700. I am gonna pull a bike trailer with it, commute 30 miles round trip and do errands on it.

  • Riding a bike without full suspension off road is a jarring experience. Riding a full suspension bike on ultra smooth roads will slow the ride.

  • We’re sold! But happy to offer our customers the choice of 700C or 650B https://grove.bike/blogs/tech/700c-vs-650b-bigger-is-better

  • Hey. I live in Hong Kong and really want to get to road biking. but the problem is, some bikes are good prices, and some you need a lot of money. plus, I already have a one bar bike. My dad doesn’t want to buy a new bike just for me. so what should DO?

  • not done Yet! You’re going to tell me carbon is stronger and lighter and more aero right! But do you really need a bicycle that can withstand a nuclear attack, you could always use a lighter bike but why not loose some fat off your ass it will cost less and let’s! Not! Forget AERO wich is the biggest bullshit the bicycle inddustry ever invented sure your bike is aero but the big fat piece of meat on it churning the air with his legs and wide frontal earea is Not! Wich renders aero useless.

  • Stand on the opposite side of the room, line launcher to directly underneath it, and then line launcher to the door. He’ll kick out the ceiling. The one with the ice doesn’t work very often.:/

  • I just need to know how to get this fucking trophy. I have completed all challenges, i have completed all side missions. I cant get only this trophy. HOW TO GET THIS MOTHERFUCKING TROPHY?

  • I have a willier E road bike. I only use it when I need to. The bike is a great bike to ride with or with out it but its great to have if you need it.

  • Edmond ruined Ronda. Made her think she was a striker. Probably still be at the top of the chain if she stuck to judo and grappling. Beating correia was the worst thing

  • I put 650b wheels on a short-wheelbase racing bike. I love it. I roll over bumps and then ask if I really rolled over them, because I barely feel them. And the bike doesn’t feel a bit slower. Did you know that, all things being equal, wider tires roll faster than narrow, not slower? Science!

  • The only bad thing about e bike is after 40 miles the batteries die. Then it rurn into a cheap mountain bike. But e bike is the new super bike killer.

  • All the fighters here are great, but theres no one like Amanda nunes. She just has that killer instinct. Shes just goes through her opponents. Shes the best female fighter so far..

  • Holly holm, thug rose, joanna, and Nunes are amazing fighters to watch. Miesha tate had one hell of a run too. But the women’s divison is fun to watch as a whole. they brought back a sense of honor and love to the sport that was missing during the whole Rousey and mcgregor era. The whole womens aspect of the sport has jumped lightyears within a small time and left Rousey behind in its’ dust.

  • I can see the real power in (Rose��Namajunas) eyes. She’s the true spirit in this sport. She has something that other people do not have. I’m sure she doesn’t just train in the gym. She has a bond with supernatural powers. I mean, she has united with the unseen. I can feel her aura, very strong compared to others ��.

    I’m not good at English. I only refer through Google Translate ��.


  • I’m building an Open up and keeping going back and forth on wether to go 700 with a 40 tire or 650 with a 47 tire, the 650 was a more comfy ride on harsh stuff but the 700 seemed like a little less effort when peddling. Which would you choose?

  • Funny thing. When I got 226, I actually used the line launcher to break the plank when I flipped. The grapnel boost looks much less lucky.

  • The year 2020 is leaving and these holidays will return with more force after the pandemic.

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  • How wide the rims were on the 650b wheels that you had? i want to change to 650 WTB horizon tire and don’t know how wide rims should i get.

  • As someone who has experience from 1972 to present and has spared medium contact at a young age I highly recommend you pad the instep in women’s UFC. Disfigurement is an issue with women.

  • Batman would be arrested for vigilantism and obstruction of justice on the spot like star SCPD like same ilke as GCPD right to same think again?

  • Why did I get misty eyed every time Rose was on? Especially when she won the belt. I really don’t want her to fight anymore… she’s so talented though!

  • i am running 650b wheels and tires on my bike, although they are 2.6 inch wide and are suspended on some really nice shocks, 160mm front and 150mm rear.

  • I’m nearly 58, now fitter, and my knees are better. Once you realise an ebike ISN’T a motorcycle, they’re terrific. Headwinds, hills, no probs.

  • Love climbing on my cube road bike but 2yrs after a tkr starting to have knee problems. Great video demonstrating what ebikes can do. Giving me quite a boost as i am so hacked off with my knee.

  • im 50, haven’t ridden a bike since i was a teenager, im over weight and unfit, a lot of this was due to a back injury that i suffered and left me unable to walk for 6 months.My commute to work was via public transport and due to covid i have purchased an e-bike.Best thing ive ever bought, i started with my commute to work (5 miles) took 42 minutes,2 months later its down to 20 minutes.I then wanted to increase my distance, i managed 10 miles then 20 and now my PB is 30 miles( only had the bike 2 months)People laugh when im proud of that but haters gonna hate and i dont really care.Any way im now looking at buying a road or hybrid bike to use at weekends and then just use the e-bike for my commute to work.

  • I learnt cycling at the age of 21 in university, bought my first cycle a single speed cycle which costed me 54 USD. It was a strongly built but heavy cycle.
    But, the climbs used to be too much for my asthma troubled lungs. Which in turn took away the fun of cycling.

    I am more than happy to resume cycling on a pedal-assisted electric cycle.

  • Omg been stuck on getting that trophy above the wooden panel for months! Thank for suggesting the line launcher in the comments, would never have thought to use that!

  • I have some experience building monstercross bikes and have to say, that the most FUN I have on an old style geometry full susp 26’er with tuned suspension and drop bar. Geometry wise pre-2010 XC bikes (kind of) feels like agressive CX machines.

  • Im 52 and park my gas guzzling pickup truck and ride to work most days. Im around 5 miles away from work so my ebike is the best most enjoyable investment that I have ever made and highly recommend trying one out if you can. It makes me feel like a kid again and enjoying life to the fullest without the pain and exhaustion of regular cycles. I cant wait for my next ride.

  • e-bikes are fun. are fun to you personaly is another thing. of course for a amateur biker are fun, they can let them travel for longer distances ecc, for a navigated biker maybe can be less fun

  • I’m not in shape at all, but on my e-bike, I rode 22 miles one Sunday. Think of the benefit to me. Apart from the help, I would never do that level of exercise. With the e-bike helping me, I will be riding in the next state over (AR) and doing the entire Greenway in one weekend. My last bike sat in the shed for years, only used occasionally. The e-bike is 10 miles a night. How much better will my health be in 5 years? Good enough to use a normal bike I suspect. For me, it’s not about the work I do riding, but about the enjoyment of the scenery and fellowship with family and friends. It’s a gateway drug of sorts. Only a benefit can come from such a device. Name one thing negative about the experience for someone like me. You can’t.

  • I’ve always been an avid cyclist my whole life. I’ve never been against ebikes, but I’ve never had the opportunity to try one, up until yesterday when I grabbed my mates one to do a service on. Admittedly, these last few years I have let myself go, and gained a lot of weight while losing even more fitness and endurance, but even with that in mind, and the fact that it still needs a major service, using it makes it feel like I am still in my fitness prime. These things are truly amazing, and an absolute tonne of fun.

    Not sure how it compares to the Giant, but my mates one is a Dyson twin suspension foldable mountain bike.

  • These guys get paid to sell you the best. Decent set of tyres it would be a lot closer get fit if you want better times. I go flying past high rent bikes with Rapha kitted nobs all the time on a £1000 bike fitness is the deal breaker.

  • I stand adamantly against e bikes. They are the scourge of law enforcement. There is no licensing or any means to locate such a mode of transportation. They were outlawed in the 90s because people were moving drugs with such bikes. Trek and Giant need to put tracking devices on these bikes thanks

  • The e-bike was the only way for me to get rid of my car and get on a saddle: i live in a stupidly hilly street, I’d be drenched in sweat everytime I would come back from town. But about a year now after the buy, having had loads of fun with my e-road bike, I’m really considering getting a regular gravel bike a second bike for leisure.

  • I’m 36 years old and probably got into the best shape of my life because of an e-bike! No regrets. It’s all about how you use your bike too! constant usage of pedal assist (PA) vs a combination of your own power and PA.

  • and how about going in between with 42mm tires on 700c wheels on all city macho man disc (cx/gravel bike with max actual clearence for 42mm) ;))

  • In the beginning of the E-bike, the first people to ride the E-bike were the elderly.

    Later, younger people started to use the E-bike.

    Now young people of about 20 years old also ride an E-bike.

    The E-bike would be a good choice for me.

    I will be 31 years old. And I live in the Netherlands. Flat land, and many cycle paths along various (beautiful) places.
    With the strong wind that I have a lot here, the E-bike comes out well.

  • Why are there so many ‘Vs’ vids on the tube, is everyone looking for a fight? I’m a senior now and am enjoying my cycling more with my cheap Samebike lo26 than I did when I was a very fit cyclist in my 20’s. E-bikes take all the misery out of cycling, especially for those living in hilly areas as I do, and if I was back in my 20’s today, I’d buy one.

  • The better bike should only be used for racing! And that goes for carbon wheels as well? You should be training on the heaviest bomb proof bike around. But shitty riders will drop ten grand and think they are good.

  • I will soon be 75 and have debated how much longer can I expect to ride and it still be fun. I think though I don’t own one yet, I think that may be the ticket as the inevitable takes over. I intend to ride my Trek Emonda, but also plan on adding an E-Bike for those days when it may make for a more enjoyable ride. This may be the best invention when it comes to bike. Gets people out of their cars and making it available regardless of fitness level. Out enjoying life on a bike, without worrying about being dropped.

  • E-bikes are to cycling like viagra is to sex. I’ll be sixty soon and ordered my first e-bike. I’m glad to say no little blue pills needed here.

  • I am 66 and my partner and I have ridden a bunch and are still in good shape; at least some of the year. We live at 7200 ft and most roads are up or down at 5-8 % or more. We are both small and have road bikes geared pretty low so climbing is not a problem. Why the heck do I need an ebike?
    We also like self contained touring with a total bike wt and gear of 45-50 lbs. The point of all this is I am excited about the new Ebike we ordered. Well; should say…I ordered
    Its a full suspension rear rack front and rear light multi surface bike that with pedal assist gets up to 28mph!  Class 3
    Hello…… Sounds too fun to be practical but could it be a mule to carry the gear and/or zip around urban dirt and gravel roads? I got imagining but rando and
    I decided to take a chance on having a heck of a lot of fun. Im gone try both.
    Finally do we need to be educated and conditioned to have more safe habits and conditions to include both?
    I can’t think of a more exciting activity than cycling other than tennis!!

  • Hey GCN, love the video and thorough explanation of 650b vs 700c when it comes to gravel riding. I have a bit more of a specific question and that is how the wheels would compare when gravel racing…not just riding for leisure. In July I’ll be doing the Rift Race in Iceland and have planned to pick up a new, lighter set of wheels for my gravel rig. Unfortunately I’m utterly stuck in deciding between 650b or 700c…any and all input you could offer would be greatly appreciated.

  • Great video guys and it’s great to see all the ebike love and acceptance by the bike community.. I am yet another late sixties ex-cyclist who discovered ebikes quite by accident (vacation rental). I then bought a cheap chinese fat tire folder and after 2000 miles in 5 months, I decided to go all in on a road ebike. After as many test rides as I could find (higher end ebikes are about the only bikes LBS’s have left in stock), I chose the very stealthy Specialized Creo SL.
    The Creo has an XXL frame size that beautifully accommodates my 6’5″ height and it’s the perfect machine to propel me to my 200 miles per week goal. The plan is to ride 40-50 miles per day, 4-5 days per week allowing 2hr’s per ride. I like to push it a bit and this ebike with it’s low powered motor. makes that necessary. I have ordered a cruiser ebike for my wife and a bike rack for the car so in addition to local rides, we can take them along on trips to the coast or mountains.

  • I am 365lbs and live in a medium sized city in California USA. I am riding an ebike daily for about 2 weeks now and enjoying having the motor when needed but I am pedaling without any assistance 80% of my trips and working on doing it less and less. Without the assistance I don’t think I would try as much. 13 days straight cycling so far.

  • If I wanted to do that position, I would’ve just done pushups with an elephant on my neck. �� Cycling is not for people with a perfect body & posture.

  • I love my old school rosd bike. I love the challenge, at 74 yrs old, of completing a 50-60 mile ride, but it takes a toll on the old legs and the rides become less enjoyable. I can see the e-bike keeping the “fun” of riding therr, and I’ll be looking to have one next to standard road bike real soon.

  • Looking back on this years later, I remember it saying on Hugo Strange’s Batcomputer file that Strange was trained to his physical peak. It’s kind of a shame that we didn’t get to see any evidence supporting that here. Batman just wrecks him, as he would any common thug on the street.

  • I gotta give it to the UFC. They have made it to where we can be easily excited for a male or female fight. No other sport has done that. I’m a huge soccer fan but I’ve never been interested in watching them because of talent difference. I know more female fighters than I do women soccer teams.

  • For Trophy #241 you can use explosive gel on the question mark if you are not very good with the remote batarang. Because of the height of the question mark the gel will only adhere to the space in between the dot and the bottom of the question mark but it will work.

  • Did Batman really need Catwoman’s help to lift that one flimsy piece of concrete off? Looks like he could have pushed it off just fine

  • Thank you for making a video that makes sense, and has the helpful number, and row indication in the bottom right. IGN should hire you instead of whatever monster made their version.

  • I think ebikes are the future, more people will be on bikes. How ever say goodbye to cycling as a competitive sport. But I guess it will become a motor sport,

  • Man you totally saved me!
    I was about to explode because of this riddle, but my problem was exactly the same.
    (You fuckin R1)
    Thank you.

  • #5 of Row 2( 20:30), disruptor won’t lock onto bomb get the red not connected symbol, not sure if this is a bug or not please help if u kno of any solutions

  • That position is horrible for your neck. It’s even worse for your back if you don’t already have a perfect back. But if you have never had a perfect posture your whole life, cycling is NOT for you. I want a hobby where my past health issues aren’t going to come back up & screw me. Cycling definitely reminds you of all the little bad habits you had when you were young, it makes me feel guilty. That’s why I gave up on cycling. Every time I’d pedal, I would think “ahh, my neck & back! I get it bike, so I didn’t practice perfect posture every second when I was a kid & teenage, I get it alright?”

  • sometimes women possess such a natural type of beauty! That it can motivate and inspire and encourage progress for recovery towards our most wounded soldiers, or civilians who are in the critical care unit. Now if the natural beauty was working with formal education real hands-on experience just imagine what kind of recovery progress mankind would make physically mentally spiritually as a whole internally, for all eternity throughout existence. For femininity at its finest is raw, wild, naturally hard-core, organically appealing, truly captivating, absolutely appreciated, respected, desired, and spiritually sought after internally externally for all eternity throughout existence by all the gods and goddesses Angels of the ancient Royal elite bodyguard Guardian soldier warrior protector messenger superior father dominant gentlemen. In layman’s terms if you’re not physically fit, mentally sound, and spiritually balanced being able to express physical freedom then you cannot live up to the pleasure potential responsibility of femininity and masculinity. For only at that level of body awareness does one naturally have the self-control, discipline, loyalty, devotion, and playful determination to make the conscious choice if the want to be true towards love honor and the creation of life. Nonetheless anything outside of that is feebleminded physically inadequate submissive subservient which translates into being spiritually sexually suppressed internally externally for all eternity throughout existence case closed. Mercy forgiveness spiritual welfare death are not changing these facts protecting carrying compensating any whimpering wining souls or spirits that are freely connected to a life that does not do its best to improve upon and maintain the quality of it. The goal is to live and die in a manner that allows each person’s generation to gradually naturally systematically become stronger smarter healthier happier better off physically mentally financially possibly spiritually than the previous generation versus what we have today. Which is the most overfed, undernourished, soft, lazy, out of shape, overworked, and underpaid with dirty low-paying jobs sexual failure sexual criminals people in existence more so here in America than many other parts of the world. Keep in mind sexual crimes are classified as the weakest form of criminal conduct. Today’s America has a president that is a combination of those two worst-case scenarios. So if you support that type of lifestyle what kind of spiritual kickback you think you are entitled to for encouraging supporting a sexual failure that aligns himself with sexual criminals. And you might want to take that point to heart considering the simple logic if life is not free why the hell would death be any cheaper? it Is not the question your absent mind frail bodies may be able to wonder is who souls and spirits have paid out are picking up the tab on the end results of dirty low-paying jobs which translates into a diminished quality of life from coast-to-coast globally. For the last hundred and 50 years or so the mass majority of the population has been living and dying off, yielding the worst spiritual kickback that has ever been manifested since the beginning of life. Again and that is primarily due to those dirty low-paying jobs. In layman’s terms you cannot promote life by doing business with material resources substances that have been scientifically classified and religiously verified as petrified death or worse. Which all stem from coal, oil, gas, and the chemical industry. Having said that even under the best case scenario amongst the best lifestyle which could be accomplished with clean high-paying jobs from coast-to-coast globally that improve upon and maintain the quality of our air, water, foods, landscapes, working and living environment, every day home products, habitats, and ecosystem. Even with the fundamentals being improved upon and maintained. We are still going to have a big percentage of those. Who live and die having only yielded the smallest percentage of a fraction of the true potential they were first born with. S.R.F.


  • So at the end.. if I decide to go for an E bike, do I do good exercise? Or is it the lazy pedalling decisión for fitness.. �� so confusing:( what shall I go for as I really want to do exercise but also have the option of the e bike lol

  • I’ll be 61 years old in a month, and I have to admit I am thinking about upgrading my bike to an E bike. I was thinking of just going with the Swytch kit, which I know is low powered at 250 Watts, but I just need a little bit of an assist on the hills. Are any of the rest of you using the Swytch kit? If so, what do you think of it?

    Oh I forgot to mention that I’m visually impaired, so riding at higher speeds, such as 20 mph, for me Isn’t why I would upgrade into an E bike. I can get up to 13 miles an hour, but when I get into residential areas, I slow down because I never know if a child, a cat/dog, or an inanimate object is going to cross my path in an instant. If I don’t catch whatever it is in time, then I’m going down and whatever it is I run into, whether it’s alive or not, is going to be worse for wear after the fact. I’m a huge animal lover, so even if it were a cat a dog I would feel awful if it were injured or died. And if it were a child or an adult, I feel 1 million times worse.

    By the way, I highly recommend the Garmin Varia raider, It has greatly reduced my anxiety regarding the cars coming up from behind me. It also allows me to make informed decisions about whether to pull over and give the car the right way or speed up a little bit, so the driver doesn’t get impatient being behind a bike at a slower speed.

  • I’ve cycled all my life, though never at the serious level. I’m at least 20kg overweight, in the wrong half of my 50s now, and have had a couple of years off with wrist and foot operations, and at the same time moved to a hillside in Italy. I’ve started biking again now, but every ride is both short and maximum effort as there are only hills here and I’m struggling. My wife didn’t dare even try, such is the terrain. We got her an ebike (Liv Amiti touring bike, flat bars, limited suspension fork) and suddenly she’s cycling on the roads, through the woods… and leaving me for dead! I’m now waiting delivery of my own similar ebike (Giant Explore) so that we can once again ride together, increase the range beyond my current 25km round trip limit, and also enable me to ride at below my max heart rate while exploring the villages and cafes in our new world! What’s not to love?
    I’ll not be abandoning the road bike or the hardtail MTB. They will still be there for the more taxing efforts, but the ebike will give me range and scope and enable my wife and I to share our rides and improve our fitness like we used to a while back when fitter and living in easier terrain.

  • another way to get #224 if you don’t have the freeze blast is go through the window of that one room and then pull out the bat claw until it gives you the option to grab it

  • I am 47yo, over the last few years I have lost 45kgs of weight that I have carried for most of my life. I never really got into riding a bike as a fat lad but these days i walk no less than 9kms every single day and have for 7 months. My cardio vascular fitness and leg muscles have dramatically improved and Im only a few days into researching if an ebike would be for me. I have awesome bush roads and trails that i currently walk and watching someone whiz past me on an ebike has inspired me. Lots to learn and consider.

  • I enjoy cycling a lot.
    I also lift weights.
    I also enjoy cheese.
    Weighing in at 110kg, most of those beautiful mountain roads would not be enjoyable to ride. An E-bike opens up the possibility for for such a vacation, which does sound like a nice alternative to the hiking trips I love to go on.
    But for now, since I live in a flat area, I’ll stick to my legs.

  • I love my electric mountain bike. I end up riding a lot more because of how much more enjoyable it is and it is still great exercise. When I have riden normal mountain bikes in the past, I always overexert myself and make myself sick. Having an electric mountain bike really helps me stay fit. It is honestly a punch in the gut when other riders say I’m cheating and all that.

  • Great video and commentary,not to mention scenery✅
    I have a lung condition and as much as I’m an avid road/mountain bike former rider,the E bike will work for me down the road
    All the best��
    Cheers Frank��

  • I am super excited to know that as my peak Vo2 declines with age (I will never be as fit as Matt) this will be an available option that will allow me to commute to work and enjoy riding my bike far far into the future.

  • I hadn’t rode a bike for well over 40 years until the lockdown and I’m knocking on to 70 next year! We were told to take exercise for 1 hour each day and it was during my walks I realised, “hey, no cars on the road, the air smells cleaner”. I decided to go for a ebike, had to order on line and it arrived in about seven days. Sine then (late April) I’ve been out every day, what a sense of joy and freedom I now have. I have been called a cheat, once, by serious riders half my age, but I just smile, they should be applauding oldies are taking to the road again. This is the best thing that’s ever happened to me in many years, age is forgotten and my health is improving. now that is something to celebrate and applaud.

  • Tyger: no sign of batman on the tower



  • “Batman must save Gotham, im Sorry, but deep down, you know im right” this is part of the script represent ALL the mind of the Batman.

  • After playing Batman Arkham Asylum, City, and Origins on the PS3, and seeing the gameplay for the next gen consoles, I can say the games were better on the PS3 and the Xbox 360. But it’s amazing getting the chance to watch them again, brings back a lot of memories for me.

  • Not to be “this guy” but I am, but isn’t bane strong enough to rip that door? And also in part 8 in the bad ending where is superman and the damnew Justice League to stop Immortal Joker?

  • When I used to have the original version of this game, this mission always gave me the chills. Just seeing all the dead prisoners around Arkham City and everything being blown up just gives me the chills.

  • If only my grandfather was alive I would of saved up to buy him an EBike. He used to bike around our town, when going to market or playing majong. Sadly he was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer on 2014. He fought for like a year before passing away.

    If God would give me the ability to bring him back alive and buy him an Ebike and have him enjoy life.

  • I found Scarecrow’s character in Arkham Knight to be too similar to Hugo Strange. He was too psychological, which was Hugo Strange’s department.

  • What’s next? 26″ MTB wheels with gasp slick tires? Just like how everyone has bought the hype of 29″ wheels on MTB from the old 26″ standard? I’m finding the current bicycle “enthusiast” industry to becoming more and more like the fashion industry. Fickle changes for the sake of change, and obviously keep us consumers spending $$ on new crap we may not actually need. And for the record, 650B standard has been around for decades, the fact that it’s being sold off as something new should tell you just how much the industry is running out of ideas to shill.

  • My initial reaction was to do “whaaaat? that’s cheating!” when an older person takes over on an e-bike whilst climbing �� but actually I think it’s brilliant! I love the fact that so many more people will be able to enjoy more active ways of spending free time and go to places they couldn’t before. It makes me so happy to see older couples enjoying the world together on an e-bike. I think so many people can benefit from it. Not just older but also mountain bikers and people with all sorts of disabilities and/or those who don’t want to drive a car. What’s not to love?

  • Thanks for this video. I just bought a Kona hybrid with 650×47 tyres and I have to say it’s the most fun I’ve had since the 8th grade. (Some time ago, now.) But a lot of the fun comes from bike geometry, as you so eloquently stated. Thnx again.

  • I’m all about getting an e-bike for my wife. I just need to be able to get her on one for a test ride and I’m sure she’ll be sold.

  • This will be my year to finally experience the 650b feel, ordered a Ribble CGR Ti. Gotta wait at least six weeks for it to arrive, but if it’s half as good as Brittish music and bike presenters, I can’t go wrong.

  • Hugo Strange: “I did everything you wanted.”
    Ra’s al Ghul: “Indeed. You have clearly demonstrated that Batman is better than you.”
    Hugo just got roasted

  • Guys I realised the sure way to do that riddler trophy above the ceiling (PS3) first use ice blast on the water of course, use batclaw on second ledge, press R1 then LET GO of R1 and press x then hold x. My mistake was holding onto R1 while doing this

  • I’m 6’1″ (184 cm) and am getting ready to buy my first gravel bike. Being taller, I have leaned towards 700c wheels, and have been intending to ride 40 mm tires, but because most manufacturers use a 70 mm bottom bracket drop, the result is a higher bottom-bracket height than the 270 mm bottom bracket height I want. The alternative seems to be the fatter 650B with 47mm tires…but I’ve worried that the fatter tires would be significantly slower. It is good to hear that you didn’t feel too much slower on them! Keep up the great videos, by the way!

  • Well it ain’t fun in THAT position! �� You want your body to be comfortable not turning your neck & head in a weird unnatural way just to look around!

  • I am not 60 and I enjoy it tremendously. We are casual riders and not pro level, so who really cares if we have electronic assist? If we enjoy it, then we enjoy it.

  • When I played this blind, I thought “Protocol 10 is probably one big, mind shattering revelation. But for now I will proceed with the assumption basic and tired assumption that its a genocidal purge of Arkham City “. I was sad that theory was right, but the Joker plotline more than made up for it.