GCN Race Pass is now GCN Plus (GCN+)

February 01, 2021

GCN Race Pass is now GCN Plus (GCN+)

GCN's Race Pass subscription streaming service is changing names. Going forward, the service will be known as GCN+. Here's what you should expect from GCN+ - the same live race streaming coverage, highlights, and weekly shows as were previously offered on GCN Race Pass, plus: 

  • the addition of new films and documentaries only for subscribers

If you're an existing subscriber to Race Pass, you'll be switched to GCN+ automatically. You'll see the new stuff starting February 15, 2021 (you may need to update your GCN app in the app store if you don't see the new content.)

For new subscribers, GCN is running a 50% off special during February 2021, which means an annual subscription price of just $25/year (for USA customers.) $25 is an amazing deal for live bicycle racing streaming, and especially for cyclocross fans! Starting in March, the price goes back up. 

If you're on the fence about GCN+, read my review of GCN's Race Pass, which is based largely on the cyclocross content they delivered during the 2020/21 season, which is now mostly over, so we have a full season of the streaming service to use for evaluation purposes.

You may also want to check my review of FloBikes, a competitor streaming service to GCN. 



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