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Trail Boss Packable Trail Tool

Bill Hasenjaeger owner of Trail Insight, shows off his portable trail building tool the Trail Boss. See how the tool is made in Bellingham ,WA as well as it in action building new trail. Video features Transition Bikes, Cam Burnes taking the tool out for a trail building session as well as Bill's home workshop where he does all the manufacturing.


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 im surprised that they haven't made a shovel attachment yet, seeing it is one of the most used tools on the trail, but it does look like an awesome tool to have. it would be cool if you could then split that longer arm in half and use both pieces to attach a fence post digger on the end. i think it would be sick just to roll out to the trail and have the a shovel,saw,rake,pick,axe and fence post digger. just my opinion. even if it was like $300 for the whole package id be in. hope that they see this and think about it.
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 what is the tool called?
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 the first note on the website says that a shovel attachment is in the works...
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 sick really want one they better make a flat pan shovel head
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 butt scratcha
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 Good to see he used the Corona blade... It cuts better than anything else out there and lasts a really long time.... the attachment angle for the blade is a little too straight for optimal cutting but its good enough. Nice work.
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 record breaking time to cut a tree with a manual saw.
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 Wicked video! The tool looks perfect! Cam looks Grungy and greasy! This would be cool to keep in your pack for long rides after storms! RideOn!
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 I like it . wish he had a shovel attachment though . Would make it even sweeter Big Grin
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 A thick Rouge style hoe, that saw and a tot bag or two would get me thru 90% of the backcounty trail work that didn't need a crew, or a Stihl. I'll take a Rouge head please!
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 I agree I want one of those aswell! I wonder if they offer some sort of pick?
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 Sweet they do offer a pick for a additional 40 bucks. I will be Savin some cash for one of these for sure!
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 Thats pretty sweet... but it is 150 dollars for the short version! 200 for the long, and that just includes the McLeod head.... it seems a little overpriced, considering i could buy a new McLeod from a hardware store for 30 to 40 bucks... just my opinion
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 McLeod for 30 or 40 bucks, I'll take a handful of those, never see the good ones for under 60-80. being able to ride a trail like normal with out dealing with the long tool is worth it, plus if you had a packable tool you would be more likely to get more trail work done if your really did trail work.
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 thats a great concept!!! i want one!
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 Second that! I'd love something like that!
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 i wonder if the saw could fit in one of the handles for safety?
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 I wanna get one of those! Where can I order one??
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 i would sooo buy a spade version of that
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 very cool , id would defiantly purchase one.
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 When or were can i get one?
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 That would be a handy thing to have in my truck.
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 i want one too!
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 did u make that

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