I am working on a fork tuning video. I will be suspending my bike from my garage bovine swing. Ok. For you Monty Python fans. That is an idiom. A very twisted one. But it is for my bike. And no. I do not live on a farm. It will show how you can suspend your bike in your garage so it absolutely wont fall. Or if you ride a cow and scrub her down frequently. Well. That too.
Hey everyone. I know we all have ideas about how safe it is to ride on a tire repair. Or. Maybe it is just too hard to do. I took the time to do some tire repair practice. Mostly because I ride solo in the dirt and mud in isolated places off the grid so to speak. Yes. No GPS. So… I made this fun two-part video. Great for you videography geeks out there.
I am always updating my videos and making both long and short maintenance videos. Mostly so you don’t need to eat a whole pizza just to get to the good parts. Here is my latest video on fork tuning. It shows what it looks like when the oil level is wrong. So. Do what I show. Not what I did. Save yourself a lot of trouble. And… enjoy a new custom fork setup! Wow. So much better!! See my other fork videos.
I want to thank everyone again for watching my videos. Yes I am aware that they are absolutely terrible. But as I make more of them, I realize that there are certain skills that are required. Having a specialized camera that has a macro feature allows me to zoom in on things. Also having a chest mount makes things easier for a hands-free video production. In another video I actually show you how I made the chest mount.