Greetings (para)cycling superstar!

Welcome to gcoureur, your online (para)cycling club!

Here, in your online clubhouse, we try to keep you updated on our adventures, share our knowledge with future paracyclists and share our experiences on bike related products and topics…

Paracycling solutions

  • 1 hand 2 (hydraulic) brakes
    Only one hand and want to control two brakes? Outbraker has got the perfect solution for hydraulic disc brakes! With the Outbraker Booster Brake Splitter you can safely brake with one hand. I am using the Outbraker Booster Brake Splitter on my road bike as well as on my gravel bike for quite some time […]
  • 1 lever 2 (mechanic) brakes
    When you have to operate both front as rear brake but only can use one hand, a cable doubler/splitter comes in handy. For this you can perfectly use a splitter which mountainbikers use to lockout both front as rear suspension with one lever! Suspension manufacturer Fox produces such remote lockout splitters, for example the “Fox […]
  • Arm orthosis / prosthesis with Free Lock
    Thank god someone invented the Free Lock! The Free Lock is a safe and stable gripping system for your orthosis or prosthesis. The Free Lock is an invention of the company Stel Orthopedie, in my opinion the number one company worldwide for custom solutions cyclists with a disability. Because of a brachial plexus injury I […]
  • One hand, two levers, two brakes (hydraulic mountainbike)
    Looking for a solution to control both brake levers with one hand, so you can control the amount of brake power of front and rear brake yourself? Than the Hope Tech 3 Duo might be what your looking for. The Hope Tech 3 Duo operates 2 calipers individually from a single master cylinder. On the […]
  • Operate both derailleurs (mechanical groupset) with the same hand
    Does your bike has a front derailleur and do you want to operate both the rear- as the front derailleur with the same hand on a dropbar bike, than you can use a mechanical time trial shifter. A lot of bikes nowadays come with an electronical groupset. But when you buy / own a bike […]


  • Gravel – Antitankgracht (anti-tank canal)
    This fabolous gravelride starts in Baarle-Hertog (B) / Baarle-Nassau (NL) this unique village is worldwide known because it’s part Belgium and part Dutch. Some of the shops and houses litteraly are located part in Belgium and part in The Netherlands. There are 22 Baarle-Hertog exclaves in Baarle-Nassau and 8 Baarle-Nassau exclaves in Baarle-Hertog. A number […]
  • BKRS Unbound (NL)
    In the province “North-Holland” in The Netherlands, you can’t find much gravel. But this route is really worth the ride and became one of my favorite gravel rides in The Netherlands. Beautiful coast sceneries and some endless perfect gravel roads is what to expect. You even ride along the “Waddenzee” which is on the Unesco […]

Latest reviews

  • ShoeDry Ozone – shoedryer review
    When you ride all year round a shoedryer is an accessory that might enlighten your life. It’s raining, you’re training, but what about your precious slippers?! That’s when a shoedryer might be a valuable accessory… Here’s what I do: 1: First rub off excessive dirt with a soft brush. 2: Wash down most of the […]
  • Cervélo Áspero – long term review
    Gravel is hot and here to stay, no doubt about that! Gravel is interpreted different by each individual. Some love endless straight roads of perfect gravel, while others don’t mind riding through dirt all day, while others bring there tarp absolutely everywere. The Cervélo Áspero is the first off-road bike from the company and is […]
  • REVO LOOP Race Ultra – inner tubes review
    These babies will make your bike a little lighter! They tipped 23 g on the scale, they are very easy to install and feel a lot stronger than you would expect. And who doesn’t like the black valves? But they are so f$%#@% expensive! But wait, maybe you can justify it to yourself, or should […]
  • Kwakzalver Bal-sem – chamois crème review
    The Kwakzalver Bal-sem turns out to be the best chamois crème I’ve ever experienced. I love the pump, and wonder why Kwakzalver Sports is the first company to think of this. That shows how much thought they put in their products. Two pumps is enough for a whole day in the saddle. The pump also saves you […]
  • Eurosport Nutrition – review
    Eurosport Nutrition came on the market a few years ago. An already saturated market. So the question is; does Eurosport Nutrition add something to that? I’ll be honest, I know people behind the brand, so I hope they will be very succesful. But still I also want to be objective. Honesty is my middle name;-) […]

The “G” in gcoureur

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