Introduction: My EXtended Bike!
Hello to whoever is reading this right now!
In this Instructable I will be showing you how to make a very long bike!
[ By the way, the dogs name is Willy. ]
So, I'm not going talk to much about it, but I will tell you some things that you should know.
1: It drives like a bus, so do not drive in tight spaces, it could easily damage something!
2: It falls over somewhat easily, so be careful when you drive it!
3: It would be very easy to put a small engine on the back, so if you end up making this, you
should try putting one on. Also I might make a Instructable about putting one on.
And now I've just spent about ten minutes of my life typing, so lets start building!
Step 1: Tools You'll Need
since the pictures pretty much tell you what you need, I won't tell you what's in them.
Step 2: More Tools You'll Need
Step 3: More and More Tools You'll Need
Since it's quite a job to take pictures of all the tools and materials, I will both take pictures, and list the non-pictured tools and materials.
Step 4: Oh, Hi Willy.
Step 5: Materials You'll Need
You will need two, three, four, or five bike chains, depending on how long you want your bike.
Step 6: Some More Stuff to Get the Jobe Done
Stuff you'll need that's not pictured:
A junk bike
Two fence posts
From now on, I will be drawing the pictures, because I already built this bike, and I don't want to build another one. They should be self-explanatory, so I won't have to tell you what to do on most of them.
Step 8: Build
Step 9: Build
Step 10: How to Put Two Chains Together
Step 11: Almost Done!
Link as many chains together as you need for your bike.
Then weld supports and back rack on.
Step 12: Done, Phew, That Was a Lot of Work!
we're done finally! But it was fun, right? I thought so! Sorry if the drawings were a little bad. But if (its a pretty big if) you liked my Instructable, Please Vote For me! And Thanks if you did!
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