Building and Riding the Backyard “Flight Deck”

Nothing says “home advancement” like building a mountain bike park in your yard. Today, we build a lifted roll-in deck at the summit of Berm Peak. I am declaring it, “The Flight Deck”. In the future, we could build drops, bridges, or any number of features off the flight deck. This was a pretty huge build for one amateur carpenter to do in a weekend, so I sure learned quite a bit on this one. Enjoy!

I am in addition working on a long-term moonshot project: Building a free public bike park in the Asheville metro area. Join my Patreon and 100% of the proceeds go toward financing this.
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  1. Amazing video as always

  2. Thanks for the pancakes, bro

  3. Congrats on trending

  4. Mountain Bike Addict

    You need a good Estwing hammer. Put away that child’s hammer and graduate.

  5. 7:33 nice rack

  6. you should put a couple chairs and a table underneath the structure and pop open a beer or something like that

  7. You should get an atv/quad with a trailer on the back for hauling it would be lit

  8. You should put a awning over your tools on the flight deck

  9. The flight deck or the “giant bench”

  10. 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽

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