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  • 24. jan. 2020

  • BP-1 is the most trafficked stretch of trail on Berm Peak, as it connects the driveway to the trails themselves. Today we improve BP-1 with a durable gravel tread, smoother grade, and a progressive set of rock jumps. This could actually be considered a home improvement project! Berm Peak Merch https://cognativemtb.com/collections/... Check out Squatch Bikes in Brevard, NC https://www.squatchbikes.com/ Berm Peak Playlist https://bit.ly/2jXkMEq Berm Creek Playlist https://bit.ly/2lzA56O Check out my second channel, Berm Peak Express https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOpP... Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sethsbikehacks Facebook https://www.facebook.com/sethsbikehacks 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. Whether or not the video itself was sponsored by Diamondback, they do support this channel, and by extension, every video on it.

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  • Ben Dykes Art
    Ben Dykes Art For 7 md. siden (redigert)

    Seth makes building a gravel road interesting. He can literally make anything interesting.

  • Nutty Nuts
    Nutty Nuts For 7 md. siden (redigert)

    Airport security: "Sir, you can't bring that onto the plane."

  • Heratick V
    Heratick V For 5 md. siden

    Just gotta say this: Seth, your wife is a saint for putting up with you. lol

  • Cornelius Carroll
    Cornelius Carroll For 7 md. siden

    Suggestion for a third channel: Seth uses equipment in questionable ways.

  • Joshua Higginson
    Joshua Higginson For 7 md. siden

    Seth: does project

  • Meteor Media
    Meteor Media For 7 md. siden

    Step 1: Build a really nice gravel road.

  • Ford Lilly
    Ford Lilly For 6 md. siden

    "We needed something sketchier" ahh, now it's a Seth's Bike Hacks video

  • Maddox Willis
    Maddox Willis For 5 md. siden

    “We needed something sketchyer”.

  • archie u
    archie u For 7 md. siden

    empty land in the forest:

  • Ron Malloy
    Ron Malloy For 7 md. siden

    8:17

  • Brandon Herbert MTB
    Brandon Herbert MTB For 7 md. siden

    “DRIVE-WAY-GAP! DRIVE-WAY-GAP!”

  • Juan Pablo Matus
    Juan Pablo Matus For 7 md. siden

    Should end on a WALL RIDE, soften out the last section of dirt and judging by the speed you get from the jump, the wall would be a nice and easy feature.

  • Vlog Epicness
    Vlog Epicness For 7 md. siden

    I know from experience that sometimes when you’re working on a project it’s just easier to just get it done rather than film, set up shots, change camera locations and sd cards etc.

  • HT cubes
    HT cubes For 5 md. siden

    Why does it always rain when he tries to build a trail

  • Forest Guo
    Forest Guo For 3 md. siden

    We need something a little more sketchy.

  • scappti
    scappti For 7 md. siden

    Assuming that driveway looking thing after the jump is in fact your driveway, you could build a lip to gap it and continue the trail on the other side.

  • Max Hoffmann
    Max Hoffmann For 7 md. siden

    After that landing, you should build a dirt quarter pipe on that hill side. that would be sick!

  • SirGooseLover
    SirGooseLover For 1 md. siden

    8:24

  • Landon Mothershead
    Landon Mothershead For 2 md. siden

    Watching in June instant heartbreak when I saw drama

  • Owen Hamel
    Owen Hamel For 3 md. siden

    8:25