Transform an electric blender into a mechanically pedal powered bike blender.

Step 1: Obtain an Electric Blender Working or Not

You can use any electric blender really. I will describe the process I used which can be applied to any blender. Preferably not working since if it is not working you are about to give it a second life.

One blender I tried didn't work though because I couldn't remove the top wheel from the shaft. This is the only thing that will prohibit the blender from being used- is if the components won't disassemble after trying EVERYTHING!!

I used a blender that was relatively old. I don't have a picture of it in its original state but the idea is you want a blender who's bottom can be removed and mechanical insides exposed to be modified.
Why are you wearing a helmet in step 3 using tools, but not in step 10 where you are actually riding a bike?
<p>That is exactly the question that sprung to my mind...</p><p>Anyway, hilarious project, made my day</p>
If you could paint as well, you would be able to paint, exercise, and make blended drinks: <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvbL_5rH1QQ" rel="nofollow">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvbL_5rH1QQ</a><br>
cool ible im getting a bmx in a couple of days! :)
tandem? anyone?
Forget the bike, where can I get me one of them there hats! (Pardon the bastardization of basic grammar, but it doesn't really portray the feel I was going for...lol)
into page picture 3 I swear I saw the guy in the green shirt before
Great build! How many RPM do you reckon the blades will reach? L
Cool good instructable A++!
a new look at healthy eating :) great. :)
I'd like to see this turning up on cookery shows;<br/><br/><em>&quot;Give the ingredients about 3 miles in the blender...&quot;</em><br/><br/>
Hilarious, but I'm gonna keep this one down on the list.:)

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