Bike Box





Introduction: Bike Box

In this instruct able I will show you how I made a box that I can do tricks on and off out of OSB and some 2x2 posts.

Step 1: Prep and Cutting Wood

First get the tools you will need ( circular saw and something to cut the wood on.) I wore sunglasses as eye protection but any other eye protection will do.

I wanted to make my box 16 inches tall, 2 feet wide and 6 feet long.

Next I cut enough wood from the posts to make two boxes or frames - one for each end.

Step 2: Make the Frames for Each End

For the frames I hammered a two foot piece of wood onto two 1 foot pieces at a 90 degree angle.

next I added a piece between the two bottom posts to hold it all together.

Step 3: The Plywood

I then cut a piece of OSB which was two feet by six feet and fastened it onto the frames.

I then added two pieces of wood post in the middle of the OSB at a 90 degree angle towards the ground and then fastened them in place.

Step 4: Finishing

I then added two slabs of 6 foot long by 16 inches tall OSB into the side and fastened them with nails.

Now you can grab your bike and have some fun.

It you are a BMX rider you can also wax the corners or edges to make them good for grinding!



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why the fecken big sunnies?????

why not their great!

they look like something you'd see on the south end of a north bound cow to me!!!! and aren't sunnies for summer???? well you're wearing a jacket zipped right up to your nut and if your summers are soooo cold you hafta do that then you need to relocate to someplace warm!! and why put selfies on an instructable!!!??? its not cool and it only shows up your young age and immaturity!!

why not their great!

is it jack that i know from regina?

strictly speaking the sheet material you've use is called OSB (oriented strand board) not plywood.

no problem, cool idea. loads of alternative uses.