Tag: mountain bike repair

Sewing for Mountain Bikers – Yes, really

In the last video we reviewed some mountain biking products, and I showed you where my Fox Digit glove was coming apart at the seam. Like my gloves, all these products are made of fabric and thread. They’re also expensive to replace. But you can squeeze a little more life out of your gear if […]

10 Bike Hacks for MTB & Beyond

Life hacks videos are almost never useful sources of information, but they’re great entertainment. Today, we’ll be looking at 10 life hacks just for mountain bikers. Let’s begin. If you use action cameras the way I do, the cases get filthy inside and out. Just put them in the dishwasher with detergent and everything. They’ll […]

Tubeless Conversion on Maxxis Holy Rollers

in the last month I’ve gotten quite a few frustrating pinch flats in my mountain bike it could increase the tire pressure but I’d rather just convert my bike to tube list since the main benefit is no pinch flats the last time I rode tubeless I crashed around a turn and ended up doing […]

10 Hacks for MTB, Road, and Outdoors

Spring is right around the corner, and for many of you that means better riding weather. So why not kick off the season with another 10 bike hacks for mountain, road, and beyond. Use these hacks to fix, protect, and style your bike with stuff you might have laying around. Let’s get started. Many riders […]

10 Mountain Bike and Outdoor Products You May or May Not Need

A lot of you have asked for an update on my injury. So here it is quick. My clavicle is still broken but it has healed enough for me to start physical therapy. So I’m gonna take my sling off, make this video, and try not to overdo it. With that, on to the matter […]

Box One MTB Derailleur & Shifter – What’s the deal?

The mountain bike drivetrain market is dominated by Shimano and Sram, and has been for quite some time. In fact, they are the only two viable options right now if you want a 1×11 or anything remotely high end. Can’t anyone else make this stuff? Specialized makes their own dropper post, and Cannondale has been […]

Glitter and Tire Sealant – Does it work?

I’ve had a slow leak in the rear tire of my hardtail for months now, and I keep just pumping it up and riding it. I think we’ve all been guilty of this type of laziness, but this leak is coming from my sidewall, which means the tire really needs to be replaced. When I […]

What’s in Seth’s Toolbox?

Today we’re going to have a look at what’s in my toolbox, and I’ll be damned if I don’t find someplace with a breeze to do it. Now that it’s officially summer, my backyard is totally inhospitable. Although big tools like repair stands, large allen key sets, truing stands, and presses always live right at […]

10 MTB Tips & Hacks that will knock your socks off!

Snapping your chain can be a huge bummer if you don’t have what you need to fix it. But if you have a long downhill ahead, you don’t need a chain. Of course, this means you’ll be riding around with a circular saw blade with nothing covering it. As an extra measure of safety, you […]