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  • 10. okt. 2019

  • 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 is not so easy to get over. I purposely chose the slowest corner of the trail for this feature to make things more interesting, but it turned out to be a little too slow. Because of the approach, you need to take a really hard crank in a tight space to make it to the top. In the future, I'll definitely be making the approach a bit easier so that the Maim Frame can be hit with more speed. Berm Peak Merch https://cognativemtb.com/collections/... Check out Phil's channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0Qu... And Hailey's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/haileysarau... And of course, Kevin, who's now a fixture on the channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4bK... Aside from the stuff I build on Berm Creek, (which was pretty far removed from an actual mountain bike trail) I haven't had much experience building stuff like this, so the Maim Frame was a learning experience. Stumpthorne (the area at the top of my yard) is going to be a training ground for building features like these. One of the challenging things about this build was the use of rot resistant hardwood, like locust. I really like it as a riding surface because it's grippy, but it's very time consuming to obtain (where I live) and expensive. In the future I'll be using locust as a riding surface, and a mixture of other lumber for framing. Berm Peak Playlist https://bit.ly/2jXkMEq Berm Creek Playlist https://bit.ly/2lzA56O 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.

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  • Skills With Phil
    Skills With Phil For 1 år siden

    I still have residual sawdust stuck in my nose. That stuff was potent.

  • The Singletrack Sampler
    The Singletrack Sampler For 1 år siden

    First thing I do when getting to Berm Peak is surveying every last foot of the area for signs of rock life!

  • Ty Purrenhage
    Ty Purrenhage For 1 år siden

    Seth:

  • SirSlothy
    SirSlothy For 1 år siden

    Petition to make this a Netflix show

  • Josh Grant
    Josh Grant For 1 år siden

    Seth: Installs one-way signage

  • Moldypotato 7
    Moldypotato 7 For 1 år siden

    Dude I need Seth’s rake, that thing doesnt miss a single leaf

  • Long Peter
    Long Peter For 1 år siden

    I swear Seth does all of this stuff just so he has more stuff to name.

  • Freeride Quebec
    Freeride Quebec For 1 år siden

    "Dirt needs to be tamped down really aggressively" Phil jumping all smiling and happy

  • Luca Johnson
    Luca Johnson For 1 år siden

    4:13

  • Balazs
    Balazs For 1 år siden

    Almost started doing homework, almost.

  • neil froggy crompton
    neil froggy crompton For 1 år siden

    Seth's local hardware outlet

  • alder caouette
    alder caouette For 1 år siden (redigert)

    1:25

  • Chasm 95
    Chasm 95 For 1 år siden

    Phil: does crazy thing with ease. Also Phil: only encouragement for someone having more difficulty on it than him. Be like Phil.

  • William Whitbread
    William Whitbread For 1 år siden

    20th on YT trending

  • Matthew D'Agnolo
    Matthew D'Agnolo For 1 år siden

    Hey seth. You should build some decorative bird houses around the trail. It would look really cool and would fit with the name "woodpecker"

  • Cole Bailey
    Cole Bailey For 1 år siden

    Me: The Main Frame Looks Easy!

  • Trail Features
    Trail Features For 1 år siden

    Phil watching Seth use the saw looks like a dad making sure his son fixes up the neighbors fence he crashed the car into.

  • Ian D.S.
    Ian D.S. For 1 år siden

    Man this is some of the most wholesome content, seems like a genuinely content dude

  • slickazzrider
    slickazzrider For 1 år siden

    Seth: builds a whole bike park with no struggles

  • Hingle McCringleberry
    Hingle McCringleberry For 1 år siden

    No one: