Next time you see Brycent Cross, Ted Scharf, Carol Nunemaker Johnson, Ian Ogilvie, Brian Alexander, or Glenn Mills make sure you thank them for the sweet new section of single-track that got built, benched, and buffed at Bond Brook! We had a great time, got a lot done and can’t wait to go ride it tomorrow night. The next TNT is in 2 weeks and it would be amazing to double our workforce.
21 minutes ago
Cleaning out my home bike shop and I have 2 brand new VholdR helmet cams. Much smaller than a GoPro and cheaper. These kits have everything you need. Rechargeable helmet cams, sd cards, software, helmet mounts, and integrated microphone. $125 each or both for $200. I'm hoping someone can give them some love because it's sad just to see them sit there. ... See MoreSee Less
16 hours ago
I ride mountain bikes, I don't do trail work ;)
Yes. We use Chris' electric (battery) trimmer and it works phenomenally
Having used both I prefer gas powered/weed whacker attachments. Longer reach and more ergonomic.
Nolan I don't know if you are talking about a string trimmer or a hedge trimmer. I have a beastly 4 stroke Husqvarna string trimmer that kicks a$$.. I am very happy with it. I have places where I have a lot of shrubby type plants.. honeysuckle for one.. that I think a hedge trimmer would work great on.
I am not looking to cut stuff at ground level.. I already have other tools for that. I have the above string trimmer.. and 2 brush cutters.. one with a brush blade.. one with a saw blade.
So you are using a hedge trimmer to cut the vegetation on 6 back? In that case yeah.. a longer handle and articulating head.. sounds good. I will have to think about that. I don't think I have anything for that type of cutting to do [that I can't do with what I have.
We use a Stihl KombiSystem with adjustable power scythe attachment. Love it. m.stihlusa.com/products/multi-task-tools/kombisystem-attachments/fhkm145pwr/
It's awesome, but now that we also have the 58v hand held I can't imagine not having both. #spoiledtrailbuilder
It's very interesting to see to what depth these facebook conversations develop
You could do this. With the excavator you could turn it sideways. www.facebook.com/FarmersGuardian/videos/vb.45093379305/10155623492119306/?type=2&theater
:p except mowers don't really like running when turned on their side... :p
Thank you everyone. I will be purchasing something, I just have to decide what type.
How about this?Check out this video on YouTube:youtu.be/66jnorSQJfM
Here is another idea. www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7nqnndHVcw
I have seen both of those.. the walking harvester is too weird. A mini mulched would be pretty awesome.. although It probably wouldn't work all that well for what I am looking for at the moment... Now if Todd would just pay his lifetime Playground membership dues... I would be all set. :)
2 days ago
Jason Toner, did you go up the Ghost to Tricolor, or up Hudson's to America?
Hudson to America with a VERY quick descent down ghost. Hike a bike about a mile with 1700 feet elevation
Oh that is awesome!!
Now that's a grind!
And I thought we did well climbing to lower tiger, I am very impressed
guess we need to up our Game