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Testing 10 Strange & Unique Bicycle Products

Testing 10 Strange & Unique Bicycle Products

Today we’ll test another 10 products for cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts. As per usual, the guidelines are pretty loose. If it’s related to bikes even 4% it’s fair game. Here’s were to get all this stuff:

Seth’s Bike Hacks Merch: https://cognativemtb.com/collections/seths-bike-hacks-collection

Blackburn Outpost Cargo Cage: https://amzn.to/356QFwV
Alpaca Socks by Follow Hollow: https://followhollow.com
The Handlebar Jack: https://www.handlebarjack.com

Topeak Headlux: https://amzn.to/2LuI2UX
This one is the 250, the 150 in the video isn’t available

Topeak Airbooster G2: https://amzn.to/2rkpvUt
Topeak Shuttle Gauge: https://amzn.to/2DRoQMP

Rogue Hoes: https://amzn.to/2DRbgJp
This is the one I mentioned

$11 Hasbeen Mini Floor Pump: https://amzn.to/2RpodlK
The better pump: https://amzn.to/33R8SNm
The Lezyne pump: https://amzn.to/2rkq0hj
Joby Mini Tripod: https://amzn.to/2Pj7kqi
DD Airbags Nexstep Lander: https://www.ddairbags.com/nextsteplander

Berm Peak Playlist https://bit.ly/2jXkMEq
Berm Creek Playlist https://bit.ly/2lzA56O

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All music in this video is from http://share.epidemicsound.com/trQSg
#DIY #mountainbiking

I’m also working on a long-term moonshot project: Building a free public bike park in the Asheville metro area. Join my Patreon and 100% of the proceeds go towards funding this. https://www.patreon.com/sethsbikehacks

Advertising disclosure: All of these videos contain products, logos, or mentions associated with Diamondback Bicycles, Box Components, and Slime Sealant. Whether or not the video itself was sponsored by any of these companies, they do support this channel, and by extension, every video on it.

As for the products tested in this video, I was not compensated by any of the companies shown.

Building a huge portable bike jump that fits in my Honda

Building a huge portable bike jump that fits in my Honda

Since the airbag arrived, this project has been on my to do list. The challenge was to build a portable jump, large enough to use with the airbag lander, and compact enough to transport in the bed of my Honda Ridgeline WITH the airbag, blower, and a bike. What ended up transpiring was a jump… Continue Reading

Building & Riding Berm Peak’s Newest Trail – Rhodorooter!

Building & Riding Berm Peak’s Newest Trail – Rhodorooter!

Among many unfinished home improvement projects on Berm Peak, we started digging yet another new trail… now we’re in over our heads! Rhodorooter is steep, twisty, fast, and way too much fun. Once we start benching and building features, I think this may end up being the best trail on Berm Peak. Thanks to all… Continue Reading

10 Hacks and tips for mountain bikers

10 Hacks and tips for mountain bikers

Today, we take a look at 10 bike hacks and tips. We’ve done hundreds of these hacks in the past, so they’re admittedly getting more obscure as time goes on. Nowadays, I keep a running list in the notes app on my phone, and just add them as they come. It took about 5 months… Continue Reading

So we have an airbag lander. Now what?!

So we have an airbag lander. Now what?!

In the last video I mentioned that this airbag is a tool for learning tricks, and that’s exactly what we’re going to do. Today, we introduce my new dirt-jump bike, and Eric Porter attempts to teach me no-handers. Enjoy! The last video https://youtu.be/71x-LmfWtaA Eric’s behind the scenes video https://youtu.be/5nYuXxSoMFw My airbag is the Nextstep Lander… Continue Reading

Building a Hidden Backyard Bike Jump

Building a Hidden Backyard Bike Jump

So far, we haven’t built anything on Berm Peak that rivals even the picnic table on Berm Creek. Today, we’re getting back on track. Buckle up for this very fun home improvement project. The dimensions of the lip ended up being height 5′ 6″ / 1.7m radius 10′ 6″ / 3.2m Check out Eric Porter’s… Continue Reading

Building a fun bike jump out of wood

Building a fun bike jump out of wood

Today, we make the first of many jumps on Berm Peak, and it’s a small one. Despite its size, building this jump will teach us some important lessons, and lay the groundwork for a much bigger home improvement project next week. See if you can guess why our new trail ends right at the bushes…… Continue Reading

Building the Backyard “Maim Frame”

Building the Backyard “Maim Frame”

Today, we embark on another home improvement project, and not without help from some friends. Phil, Hailey, and Kevin help construct a wooden A frame with a 45 degree turn at the top. We named it “The Maim Frame” for its tendency to throw riders off the side. As it turns out, the Maim Frame… Continue Reading

Reviewing a Strange Array of Bike and Outdoor Products

Reviewing a Strange Array of Bike and Outdoor Products

If I keep making every video about Berm Peak I won’t have a YouTube channel in about 6 months. So we’re switching it up! Here’s a good old fashioned “10 product reviews” video, with the “10” dropped from the title because lists are out of style. Enjoy. Dakine Hot Laps Gripper https://amzn.to/2n8RaW7 Troutmoose Underdog Bag… Continue Reading

What will we build on Berm Peak?

What will we build on Berm Peak?

Now that we’re ready to dig downhill trails, what’s the plan? Today, we take a look at Berm Peak as a whole and decide what the overall layout will be. The map you’ll see in the video is a rough idea of how many trails I want, and where they’re go. The names and exact… Continue Reading