10 Hacks for MTB, Road, and Outdoors
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.
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Taco Hack L…O…L like a taco’ed wheel! LOL
The most interesting one was the food 🥘 at the end
Bonus taco hack …..
Solid gold dude👍🏼😎
"this hacks video"
you can take 2 or 3 tire levers, depending on your seat post size, rubber band them together, and stuff them in your seat post. Also, I zipped a compass pouch to my handlebar stem, and I can keep a multitool, patches, and extra chainlinks in there.
I’ve been one of Seth’s subs for a looong time and I can honestly tell you that he is one of the few YouTubers that I genuinely enjoy and learn a lot from
I have done that taco hack before I even watched this video
2:20 being smeeshed <3
I have a hybrid bike so I don’t need to service my suspension
If you don’t like using zip ties, you can use Sugru which comes in lots of colours, its moldable and its rubbery. Another trick that really works,…… now don’t laugh…… whip out that got glue gun. I attached a full bolt on fender to my Specialized Comp Crave 29er using hot glue, it was minus 40’C outside and it stood up, it doesnt hurt any components as it doesnt get hot enough to melt any plastics and just heat it up a bit and it comes off easy.
The taco trick si very common in México 🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽👌😎
God yob bro i love your chanel
Then put ANOTHER tortilla under your bonus taco. Repeat for infinite taco.
Where do you find the badge holder
“Now that’s using you noodle” I’m dead
my hack: use insulting tipe / scotch to protect chain stay paint from chain hitting
“I bought them at the hardware store for balls plus tax”
– Seth Alvo, 2018
I wasn’t listening for a second and then I heard "you need to put your noodle in your travel bag for extra protection"
Seth you should start doing 20 bike hacks
Baby Seth:"SMEASH" 6:48
Poolnoodles are also great to put on your handlebar. Your chest will thank you 😛
Toutilla es tortilla de maiz o harina
Dont put inertubes on your frame, i did an after not even 2 months it was broken( along the folding lines
The most badass way to cut pool nodle is with mitter saw.😎
0:49 good until you go into trials mode and drop your saddle
I love your bike hacks
are carrera bikes good
7:32 eso no es un taco, tortilla de harina=burrito. Un taco es con tortilla chica de maiz. Hahaha
I cringed when he used a 12 point socket on a 6 point cap
Seth “calling” drama is like the cutest thing ever
All the tracing paper was really flimsy and didn’t work. Can someone help please!
I think the 11 was the best
When he says smeash it’s so cute lol
Man I love your videos, you should visit mexico
I made my fender with dollar store “cutting sheet”. Like a really thin cutting board. 50 cents a piece is really cheap for a fender that’ll last a few months
Using white zip ties on a black fork triggers my OCD.
Putting the helmet pads into a sock? Even though socks tend to go missing in the wash?? How about just wearing a bandana under your helmet & then just wash that instead? Here’s my hack for when your eating wraps – simply fold up the bottom of them before you roll them up so that the filling doesn’t fall out in the first place!
And then washing machine eats you sock with the things inside…🚴♀️
Make a mark on your seat post and your frame like you do for your brakes
The taco hack was the best
I like how he says smashed
The part when you suggested Drama to go tubeless was so funny XD
Everything for cycling is overpriced, to the point I’m starting to wonder if they aren’t trying to kill their own industry. There is nothing that makes a jersey cost $70 or a helmet cost $100.
Bike tools are just as bad. They raise the price because many are specific to bicycle repair and maintenance and therefore must-haves. However, basic tools need not cost a fortune. I just priced Pedro’s 9-piece ball-end hex key set at $35, and have seen similar sets for even more. Harbor Freight has a 13-piece ball-end set for $7. The same applies to screwdrivers, cable cutters and crimpers, and even wrenches that are available in thin versions. Many tool makers offer six-point sockets as well as the standard twelve to save the corned of plastic adjustment knobs, although you might still need to grind the edge. Buying standard versions of tools whenever possible helps offset the cost of crank pullers and chain whips.