Instructables: exploring - outside - bikes - bike - fun - featured Tue, 21 Oct 2014 00:25:27 PDT BLOX v1.01 Bicycle Sidecar for your Dog
Bicycle Sidecar for your Dog - More DIY How To Projects]]> travderose The inspiration for this project came from stevebod and the bicycle sidecar he built: seeing stevebod's build, I immediately became intrigued and knew I had to build one for myself. There was only one problem: I don't have a child to rid...
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Mon, 13 Oct 2014 15:27:29 PDT
Easy Bicycle Panniers in a Developing Country
Easy Bicycle Panniers in a Developing Country - More DIY How To Projects]]> danja.mewes When I traveled in Peru with my bicycle I had planned on buying panniers in Lima. Even though cargo racks were easy to find, panniers were more expensive than they would have been at home. So I made my own using locally available materials (you can find these in any bigger city in Peru: Lima, Cusc...
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Fri, 12 Sep 2014 13:04:00 PDT
How to easily convert your bike into a snow bike
How to easily convert your bike into a snow bike - More DIY How To Projects]]> mykiscool Before I bring you to the materials list, I'd better cover my butt with a disclaimer. Disclaimer: I'm not responsible if anyone gets hurt during the construction or use of this product. I design and construct this product in a manner that I believe is safe, but as in everything accidents do happen,...
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Thu, 4 Apr 2013 13:54:51 PDT
DIY Bicycle Chain Tensioner
DIY Bicycle Chain Tensioner - More DIY How To Projects]]> GuitarGuyJames Chain tensioners and guides are often used in "extreme" mountain biking such as downhill, freeride, and fourcross. They are used to stop the chain from bouncing around and falling off. However, they are very expensive for a simple item, generally ranging from 30 to over 100 euros. This is a simple w...
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Mon, 6 Aug 2012 12:54:35 PDT
How To Lose 50lbs. The Fun Way!
How To Lose 50lbs. The Fun Way! - More DIY How To Projects]]> Creativeman Notice that the title proclaims "the fun way", not "the easy way", as so many diet/exercise/fitness/dance/workout modalities do.  Losing weight is NOT easy!  But it can be fun, and the most fun way I know is riding the bicycle.  I have included before and after photos for your perusal as testimony t...
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Wed, 13 Jun 2012 13:00:14 PDT
Mountain Bicycle Chopper
Mountain Bicycle Chopper - More DIY How To Projects]]> husamwadi Hey, ever wanted the power to see peoples heads turn?, get that hot girl of your dreams (the validity of this statement is unknown :P ), or just want to look freakin cool? Then you should invest in building your own chopper bicycle! Its fun, not so easy, but still fun! lets get started. This ...
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Mon, 23 May 2011 15:28:58 PDT
Antique Bicycle
Antique Bicycle - More DIY How To Projects]]> carlitos Picture yourself riding one of these, and you will be the talk of the town. Here I'll show you how to build your own antique bike like the Ordinary Bicycle, also called a Penny-Farthing -- common in the 1880s which became an iconic symbol for transportation history.  With an old bike, a f...
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Thu, 16 Dec 2010 00:21:03 PST
Electroluminescent Mountain Bike
Electroluminescent Mountain Bike - More DIY How To Projects]]> QuackMasterDan This guide offers you the chance to implement electroluminescent wire (EL Wire) and LED strings to light up the night while riding safe, shiny, and highly stylish. Electroluminescent Wire, also called EL Wire, is a copper cable coated in a reactive paint. By forcing electricity to jump through the ...
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Fri, 30 Jul 2010 00:13:25 PDT
No Weld Bike Trailer
No Weld Bike Trailer - More DIY How To Projects]]> frenzy This project seeks to make bike trailer building easy and cheap! Bike trailers are extremely useful and enable cyclists to carry heavy or weird loads easily. This project was made for under 30 dollars using mostly found objects. If i had to buy everything i used it would cost around 60. Wheel ...
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Thu, 29 Jul 2010 11:51:37 PDT
Killerjackalope's guide to urban cycling
Killerjackalope's guide to urban cycling - More DIY How To Projects]]> killerjackalope Ok whether it be simply for work or play a bike is great way to get around town, as always there are innumerable risk factors and both upsides and downsides...This is just a basic guide to help you:*Choose your bike for town*Help you keep safe*Get around fast*Learn a few tricks and tips I've collect...
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Thu, 1 May 2008 13:07:07 PDT