Only the left side driver will steer the bike so the left side handle bar will have a steering linkage. Weld tubing as shown to the left side of the head post tube. I used another bike's bottom bracket to make the steering mechanism. I welded a heim joint to the underside as well as another heim joint where the original handlebar used to be. I then connected the 2 heim joints with a tube acting as a linkage to make the steering possible. You will want to trim down the length of your handle bar so it does not interfere with the other rider. You could instead use a tie rod or perhaps sprocket and chain for the steering mechanism. Install the gear and brake controls onto this handle bar. Now weld a fixed handle bar for the right side driver and you are ready to ride! Since all that welding requires removing of paint to expose the steel, you will want to prime and paint at this time.