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The mountain biker does not need to fear Home Depot as it can open up bike related projects. Backyard pump tracks, backyard jumps are all good but Seth had the vision of building a North Shore drop in his backyard. Since he had the room and elevation slope, he went at it and finished it
Seth built sign posts and trail maps for his backyard haven. Seth takes a shot at trail building a backyard trail. Tune in and see what he learns in the process. In usual Seth style, it’s always entertaining when he gets involved with a project. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=2O_SytOVDWI Have you built a backyard trail, pump track or
Emma and Matt, the first two employees of MBOSC welcome you to a new age trail building. MBOSC has grown up from its humble beginnings as a club to a trail building force to be reckoned with. With the initiative of a few motivated folks rallying in their spare time and earning a few key
Part rake, part tamper, part machete, the McLeod is an incredibly versatile tool for trail builders. Trail builders are the unsung heroes of mountain biking. They employ a number of tools to sculpt beautiful ribbons of dirt, but none is more important than the McLeod. Part rake, part tamper, part blade, this tool does it
Editor’s Note: Roger Phillips bought his first mountain bike in 1989 in Kodiak, Alaska, and the sport has changed drastically over the intervening years. While Roger is a regular contributor to Singletracks.com, any opinions expressed in this article are his alone and do not necessarily represent the opinions of Singletracks.com. Modern mountain bikes are epic feats of engineering