after a few near death experiences wearing headphones and dodging lorries, i taped some old speakers to my old bike... unfortunatly i have only just discovered 'instructables' and havent any build up photos, but the build is basic and easy enough to follow if you want to have a go..

Step 1: Not So Much a Step As Basically, Well Nearly Everything..

the speakers were originaly 2 sets of packard bell computer speakers, these were dismantled then had the centre section cut out and the ends glued together (i only used the fronts of the original boxes..these are the pods at the ends) the solar panel is a 6v panel from a house alarm box.. they were glued to a piece of ply with holes cut for the back of the speakers, this gave the basic template shape..
then i drew around and cut out the shape from 3/4 mdf, cutting out the inside first to make it hollow,also making sure the inside hole was big enough to clear the circuit boards for the speakers,(the mdf is around 6mm thick after cutting out) then a back plate the same as the front was screwed to form the finished box.. this was covered in iron on solartex, and painted..
hahahahahha awsome im gonna crank it and wizz past town hall
&nbsp;Great instructable &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;I love it &nbsp; &nbsp;I will try it when I get the chance!!!<br /> <br /> <br /> &nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Best bike speaker mod I have seen so far<br />
cool ible im getting a bmx in a couple of days! :)
awsome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! gonna do it
Don't worry about the lack of photos, you still managed to explain all the steps fairly clearly. Five cents of common knowledge can fill in the blanks. I like it,

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