01/31/2023 – The other day I found this short off-road trail which I named it the “Armadillo Newbie Trail”. The trail is easily accessible from from the main bike trail that I normally use. I really enjoyed this short trail so I returned to map it out and share on the Trailforks, Strava and Relive apps for others to enjoy.
Jan 25, 2023 – While out riding on this day to test out the placement of my gopro camera, I decided to also go in search of potential off-road trails accessible off the main bike path and see if my bike would be up to the task…
For mountain bikers who want to get the most out of their ride, the mixed-wheel bike is rapidly growing in popularity. With a large wheel in front and a smaller one in the back, this innovative design has become known as the ‘Mullet bike’, in reference to the classic mismatched haircut so beloved by hipsters, country music singers, and professional hockey players.
My Mullet specs: 29″ front wheel / 26″ rear wheel.
So far very happy with the current upgrades done on my Hyper 26″ Electric Mountain Bike…
I’ve been using the RAILBLAZA C-Tug cart since early 2018. Depending on the vessel, situation and terrain, the C-Tug has fulfilled every task that I have placed on it with absolutely no failures that I can recall. The following mods that I wanted to share which are shown in the video, in my opinion, just enhances the performance of an already awesome little stowable kayak cart.
I’m trying to raise funds for my sister Iliana Bruno. She and my mom were in the direct path of Hurricane Ian in Orlando, FL. Thankfully they survived the storm but (LOST EVERYTHING) to the flood waters. She has immediate needs with no vehicle, appliances, furniture, clothing, food etc. The funds will go to her and my mom as they will have to start over establishing their home since the insurance company will not cover anything due to no (flood insurance) in their policy. It is much appreciated if you find it in your heart to give. Thank you!
Just finished up with my Kobalt mini power box which uses a 24 volt Kobalt lithium battery pack that is stepped down to 12 volts. The main purpose of this battery box is to power the lights and fish finder on my kayak. Initial testing indicates that one battery should power up my needs for over a 24 hour period but having extra space available in the box allows me to carry a spare battery as well. I opted for this build to be as bare bones as possible with only the essentials which for me are a power switch and an external battery connection.