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  • 3. apr. 2020

  • Today, we revisit "Snake Pit" trail, and make an alternate "intermediate" line. The main difference is, our intermediate line does not contain a gap jump. Brian and Alexander join me in this one! Check out their channels below Berm Peak Merch Brian, BKXC Alexander, The Singletrack Sampler That drill winch Check out my second channel: Berm Peak Playlist Berm Creek Playlist Instagram Facebook Music in this video is from and #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. 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.


  • Garland Culbreath
    Garland Culbreath For 5 md. siden

    Hey Seth, my wife says you should name the new skinny off snake pit, “Pick Your Poison” because it looks like you can get bit, either way! 😳

  • A for AWESOME
    A for AWESOME For 5 md. siden

    Oh yeah, also answering the “why do we use planks question”

  • Otis Mooney
    Otis Mooney For 5 md. siden

    You should have a huge jam with everybody when the trails are complete

  • Chris Taco
    Chris Taco For 5 md. siden

    That heavy metal music when the gas chain saw came out, had me 😂

  • dylandetails
    dylandetails For 5 md. siden

    I love how happy Seth looked when he cranked up his "real" chainsaw.

  • Sotoboxios
    Sotoboxios For 5 md. siden

    you can see the happiness on Seth's face when he got the chainsaw started

  • Benja Thi
    Benja Thi For 5 md. siden


  • Vlog Epicness
    Vlog Epicness For 5 md. siden


  • chding zuure
    chding zuure For 5 md. siden

    I love how happy Seth looked when he cranked up his "real" chainsaw.

  • ace steel
    ace steel For 5 md. siden

    us over 50 guys much appreciate the alt lines, "not every day is a sender day" when your Flippin and dippin 5-0's like its 30, there is some risk assessment one must consider

  • Berger Hardware Bikes
    Berger Hardware Bikes For 5 md. siden

    “This is literally an inch by inch process” more like a winch by winch

  • Saturday Projects
    Saturday Projects For 5 md. siden

    Poison ivy would spice these trails up to "first we feast" levels.

  • koki imamura
    koki imamura For 5 md. siden

    During quarantine

  • Jeffrey Pillow
    Jeffrey Pillow For 4 md. siden

    Been watching your channel a while but not sure I've ever commented. Love the content. I BMX so while not MTB, I've been having a blast in the woods riding with my two young kids. Might have to get an MTB in the next year since, as you know, BMX just can't handle some of nature's features.

  • Amirul Azeem
    Amirul Azeem For 5 md. siden

    When moving the log, I recommend you to smarter everyday video about pulley.. It fascinating and maybe it will change your mind

  • Biking With Bobo
    Biking With Bobo For 5 md. siden (redigert)

    dude... the backyard is look'n so SIOCK! i'm think'n that some sortta tetter-totter from hell would be a nice edition back there 🤘

  • T E
    T E For 3 md. siden

    Hi Seth! I thought of a cool hack to try out! You can mount a go-pro to your reflectors. Just take the base with a sticky bottom and place it on the reflector, then slip the go-pro in! It’s a much cheaper way then buying a handle bar mount to! It would be the best thing very if you could try it out!

  • rulz
    rulz For 5 md. siden

    Damn that transition at

  • Janet Smith
    Janet Smith For 5 md. siden

    You need to make a trail with features after the jump before the driveway across the driveway could make a tecnical or jump trail

  • Ned Kirkby
    Ned Kirkby For 5 md. siden

    You need to build a side by side racing trail, that would be epic.