GoodasGoldhow do you do that? Sounds badass
Soooo I had this old lawn mower my dad bought and found the idea online so researched it a little bit and have been using one for a couple years now. Bascally what I did-
Rope- good kind that wont slip
pulleys- 2 large pulleys possibly 3
large springs/ strong bungy ropes
park the lawn mower at the top of your hill and mount it there facing the top by tying it to a tree or something. measure your hill and get enough rope to go to the top and back (get a little extra and cut later)..
remove the rear tire from one side of the lawn mower. at the bottom attatch one pulley to a tree or solid mounting spot and the other pulley about five feet to the side on another tree/ pole...
Run the rope on the track it will be attatched to (up arround the bare rim of the lawn mower and then through both pulleys at the bottom). Where the rope is run around the rims you may have to re-route it a couple times before havin it rest in a way that it will not slide. on my lawn mower I mounted a smaller rim (this is where you might use the third pulley) and axcel and welded it on the hood so it would have less friction on the rope and so it would be tighter. I wound the rope between this rim and the bottom one and after a couple tries it holds the rope w/o it sliding.
Tighten it as much as you can. you will probly need some help with this part. tie the rope togethor when you get it tight enough and rap in tape so there is less of a knot.
throw that bad boy in gear and have a nice day shreddin your home setup with no hiking.
here is a really terrible edit my dad made of my little brothers friends who are just awful. this is before i added all my rails which i have a pretty good colection now btw. also my hill is probably going to be longer than yours so you will most likely have an easier time getting the rope to not slide and other complications.