Tag Archives: Fat Bikes

Building a fun and practical garage office

Building a fun and practical garage office

Although this is the “final” garage build video, there’s really no such thing. This place will always be a work in progress.

We started with the workbench and ramps: https://youtu.be/0C2S8KcbnBk
Then we finished it all up: https://youtu.be/gqs3Ub4ow84

Trail bulldog mug https://teespring.com/trail-bulldog?tsmac=store&tsmic=seths-bike-hacks-shirts&pid=522&cid=101870&sid=front

You might recognize the guy being interviewed as Jeff Lenosky. That video will post at a later date. Check out his YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEP-XJQ983V8_3XpKU_-pRQ

Enjoy!

The Garage Workshop of my Dreams

The Garage Workshop of my Dreams

Last week we built some workbenches and a silly BMX ramp in my garage. This week we actually make the place functional! Also today, we take a quick look at Prime 9, Box’s new 9 speed drivetrain for people who like to keep it simple. Pre-orders start on September 2, 2019. More info will be… Continue Reading

Building a Workbench Booter in my Garage

Building a Workbench Booter in my Garage

Today, we’ll build a large workbench in my new garage with some extra features, including bike parking, a storage area, and a BMX ramp. As ridiculous as it sounds, I can fit a ton of stuff under those ramps! Also, being able to walk up on top of the benches allows for access to the… Continue Reading

Here’s a tour of my new yard, Berm Peak

Here’s a tour of my new yard, Berm Peak

So I made the move to Berm Peak, and today I’ll give you a tour of it. Those of you who have followed me for a few years may remember my first house with the little bike closet. Things done changed! If you watch my channel for projects, hacks, and backyard trail builds, it’s time… Continue Reading

Last Whistler video, I promise! | My favorite moments

Last Whistler video, I promise! | My favorite moments

Sorry for another Whistler video, but I’m here for three weeks so… Here are some of my favorite moments and days during our trip here. Enjoy! Next week, prepare for Berm Peak and Castle Braap. Want to see these videos with no censorship, and support my public bike park idea? https://www.patreon.com/sethsbikehacks Singletrack sampler https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfUGBBnxQYezwJM9wi3F-Lg Scott… Continue Reading

What I learned from crashing on big jumps

What I learned from crashing on big jumps

In another video, we talked about how mountain biking can relieve stress. This is only true when you’re using mountain biking as an escape—not when it’s the actual CAUSE of the stress. This week’s video is a story about how your mental state can get you hurt on a mountain bike. In my case, feeling… Continue Reading

Why is Whistler Bike Park such a big freaking deal?

Why is Whistler Bike Park such a big freaking deal?

In a recent poll, it seems that 78% of you have never been to a lift access bike park like Whistler, which is actually pretty unsurprising. Some of these places are not easy to get to, and some of you aren’t even that interested in downhill. Nevertheless, “Whistler” pops up a lot in MTB news… Continue Reading

My New MTB Has Weird Parts on it

My New MTB Has Weird Parts on it

It’s new bike day, but this time we’re switching things up a little bit. In this video I’ll go over all the strange part choices on my new bike. Thanks to my sponsors Diamondback Bikes, Box Components and Slime Sealant. Without them, I wouldn’t be making these videos every week. There are no other sponsors… Continue Reading

Used Downhill Bike gets Fixed, Ridden, and Named

Used Downhill Bike gets Fixed, Ridden, and Named

This story is as much about a used $500 downhill mountain bike as it is about Kevin’s progression as a rider. Less than two years ago, Kevin started mountain biking in earnest. Up until that time he had only borrowed bikes and/or ridden casually. To avoid abusing his enduro bike, Kevin bought a used downhill… Continue Reading

10 Unique Bike Products Reviewed Brutally

10 Unique Bike Products Reviewed Brutally

Today we’ll review 10 bike products, as usual. This time things get a little ugly, but I think these reviews were more than fair. If you are an engineer, product development person, or anyone who works for any of these companies, please no hard feelings on any of the negative things I said. No product… Continue Reading