With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts.
Tired of walking your bike past empty parking spots just looking for a rack to lock up your bike? Well now through a small re-appropriation of public space ...
Step 1: Find two old bike frames. Check the Craig's list free section, your local bike kitchen, friend's garages, drainage ditches, bushes, or wherever else free bike frames ...
Step 2: Using a hack saw, or if you are luckier than me, a metal cutting band saw, cut the top tube and the down tube of your ...
Step 3: Grind and brush the front of the seat tube so it's flush and clean for welding. The tube that the pedals go into needs to be ...
Step 4: Find two length of angle iron that are no longer than the seat tube on either of your frames. The angle Iron should be large enough ...
cut the middle third of one of the frames' seat tubes out. hold it back in place and shove the seat post down through the tube, holding in ...
Weld the flanges to the seat tubes at a right angle, with the flange coming out to the left when looking from the top, with the fork between ...
weld some plate with a hole in it to the last free flange edge and to the opposing seat tube. The hole should be big enough to shove ...
And enjoy. p.s. you may want to use a better lock, I doubt my high school locker masterlock will last long.
Bicycle Tow Rack - I Made It at TechShop!by pgarrow
How to request bike racks anywhere and everywhereby abkeil
Simple & Adjustable Truck Bed Bike Rack by B4SEC4MP
Simple Pallet Bike Rackby maudlin
Vertical Bike Rack from 2x4sby mythicalbyrd
Join 2 million + to receive instant inspiration in your inbox.
Download our apps!
© 2015 Autodesk, Inc.
Enter the email associated with your account and we will send you your username and a temporary password.
Not a member? Sign Up »
Already a member? Login »
That's a pro feature!
Want to go pro?
First step is to sign up.
By clicking "Sign me up!" you are indicating that you have read and agree to the Terms of service.
Already a member?" Login »