Introduction: PVC Chopper Bicycle

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This is a way to turn a ho-hum bike into a cool (but maybe not so practical) ride.

Step 1: Get Your Supplies.

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1. 2 2'' PVC tees

2. PVC Cement 

3. 10' X 2" PVC pipe

Step 2: Cut the PVC

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Step 3: Glue the Pipe.

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Step 4: Spray Paint the Pipe and Frame.

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Step 5: Bolt the Front Wheel on and Install the Fork.

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Step 6: Install Seat.

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Step 7: Put the on Rear Tire.

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Step 8: You're Done

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BikeHacker (author)2017-05-13

I don't have it togethert now but it is really strong, and won't break.

KyleB144144 (author)2017-05-13

is the pvc still holding up?

ahuffman (author)2015-04-09

I don't think I could ever trust my face with a PVC (plastic) fork

BikeHacker (author)ahuffman2015-04-10

I know what you mean!

odebron (author)2014-04-27

looks cool but im not sure if the pvc well hold up to that much stress

BikeHacker (author)odebron2014-04-27

the pvc has done well so far.

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Bio: I'm a high school student who loves making and hacking stuff!
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