Step 1: Junk yard parts

<p>WHERE. DO. I. GET. THAT. CAMPER.</p><p>What IS it; is it for sale--(Yes I do know this is an older post!) And word to the wise--never take pics in front of or alongside something as bitchin' as your main topic! </p>
Well, you have a sweet bike. Dang! You got shocks, pegs... lucky! You ever take it off any sweet jumps?
<p>all the time</p>
<p>sorry the ride is cool and all bit dont use that word please</p>
<p>would be good with a banana seat and the frame could be shorter</p>
whered u get the death spikes? i wanted some phenials on my bike but cant find any yet
The rv is more bitchin than the bike
I purchased a handbag from brandbagshop.net. It only takes 3days to get it. So quickly.
that frame + adding 8-10+ motorcycle batteries parallel to the frame(looking from the top down) due to how thin they are and an electric motor would be fun and green
i just love that pink front wheel :P
<p>I really don't think &quot;bitchin&quot; is the right choice of words, but there is a definition on dictionary.com:<br /> <br /> <a href="http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/bitchin" rel="nofollow">http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/bitchin</a>&nbsp;</p>
This is a cool instructable,but as this is a family site i have flagged it as innapropriate (i would very much appreciate a name change)
Nice Lay-out,good pix<sub>what's the specs on your tubing ? Inspiration Wave !</sub><br/>
Nice bike but I LOVE the RV ! Can you please e-mail me with the make model and year of that RV ? I have been looking for a year for one of those and I have no idea what kind it is ! aaronanalog@yahoo.com
sweet van
my highschool has that same pipe bender
NO cussing, but other than that, this is cool
why not it's a bitchin ride. i mean damn man.
very true, but you could still use nice words, like awesome, or cool
no; i think those words were just the right ones for the job.
Ok, if that is what you want to say, you can
thank you for accepting me the way i am. 8>)
UltraVan -<br/><br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www2.onu.edu/kwildman/ultraVan.html">http://www2.onu.edu/kwildman/ultraVan.html</a><br/><br/>Everything you need to know....<br/><br/>
<strong>Whoops!</strong><br/><br/>Typo...<br/><br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www2.onu.edu/~kwildman/ultraVan.html">http://www2.onu.edu/~kwildman/ultraVan.html</a><br/>
nice work. for your next project please make a pick up truck bike with a big carrying part or parts on the back.
dude strap a 2 cycle to that bitch, fuck peddling, its bad tho without that stuff
strap a 2 cycle to your La Z Boy recliner, ride around in a circle inside your garage, with the door closed.
a support running up from the bottom bend and into the upper flat bar would keep the style and give great support as well as making a space to mount a handy attatchment like twin jet enginge or a water bottle
I have a question about pipe bending. When i tried to do it,the pipe collapsed ,even with sand inside it. How can you reach good bend without distortion ?
you can get pipe bending springs that fit inside the pipe, and hold it circular. you also need to apply constant, even heat, from a gas welder, preferably.
when you say bitchin ride do you mean the bike or the van
that bus is awesome
the frame looks like it needs a LOT more support, it's just waiting to be broken. i'm assuming you're not a bike builder, but it looks like it needs more structural support.
what do you do when you go over a bump?
Yeah, the bike is nice and all, but the UltraVan really is more distracting. :) -Ted
yahh i'm diggin the very cool chopped bike; i even like the lil' pink rim up front, because funny is almost allways a good thing.... but i agree.... i wanna know more about the lime green camper.
the front wheel looks kinda funny, it's pink...
if he does a good job of blending from the pink on the back to the blue in the middle, then back to pink, it'd look pretty bad-ass...
What about the big lime camper in the backgraound? Gotta be a story there!
what kind of pipe are you using there?
i'd imagine d.o.m. tubing
Looks great. a word of warning though: I'm pretty sure welding anything with paint on it is bad for your lungs...
That looks awesome. What type of welder did you use for the welds?
rollin thunder...
I really like old VW campers but man that thing you got there is so cool, i can't top looking at it. The bikes ok i suppose too ;)
Very cool!
CORVAIR! I thought I recognized that van as a corvair-based one... name escapes me currently. Then i saw the other picture with the early 'vert! sweet!
Dude: awesome. How strong is the frame? Any bending or wobbling during the ride?
the frame is surprisingly stiff with little wobble or bending even considering my weight at about ~230 pounds. the only thing that i worry about are the bearings in the headset - they take quite a bit of abuse given the angles.