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This Instructable grew out of a response to a question by janmcevoy, who is contemplating joining two bicycles side-by-side for more riding stability when bringing home groceries by ...
Struts or braces can be used to pair two bikes in a side-by-side configuration. The green lines represent the location of bracing to keep the two bikes abreast ...
This provides another view of the lateral bracing to keep the bikes abreast.
The front of both bikes will need to be tied together. The yellow line shows approximately where the fronts of the bikes could be joined to keep the ...
The bikes need to be stable vertically as well as laterally. The green lateral brace from earlier steps is not shown in this view so it is possible ...
The handlebar stems on both bikes could be linked by means of an extension and a connecting tie rod similar to the design used on an automobile. See ...
Because most of us do not have a welder, and perhaps no welding skills, "U" bolt clamps can be used to secure the braces to the bicycles. "U" ...
Some places it may be possible to drill holes through materials used for making the braces and then insert the "U" bolts and tighten them down. In other ...
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