Instructables: exploring - photos - bikes - popular Fri, 3 Jul 2015 13:21:43 PDT BLOX v1.01 Bike Handlebar Camera Mount zoltzerino This is a small evening project I did, it is a bar mount for cameras/camera phones for recording bike rides. It is essentially a re-purposed bike reflector mount with a plastic plate screwed to it, onto which the camera is mounted via elastic bands/cable ties or anything similar.  There are many ins...
By: zoltzerino

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Fri, 18 Jun 2010 17:22:06 PDT
Bike Hitch - from rear fork of another bike marc.cryan Steps: See that the neighbor put a bike in the trash Remove rear tires, brakes, and seat. Cutoff the rear fork of garbage bike with angle grinder and cutt-off blade (wear face and body protection) Take the nuts off the rear wheel of the good bike (leave wheel in place) Fit t...
By: marc.cryan

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Tue, 12 Nov 2013 11:48:57 PST
DIY Bike Wall Mount from your Iron Gym Tim.Taylor I found a great use for my Iron Gym that I wasn't using anymore since I could not put it up on any door post  in my new house. It's perfect as a wall mount for my fixie :) 1. Turn the black plastic bar around to the other side of the metal bars (this normally sits on the opposite site of the door) ...
By: Tim.Taylor

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Sat, 16 Mar 2013 10:10:53 PDT
BICYCLE UTILITY CART FROM OLD GOLF PULL CART DoDo729  We stay in Yuma, Arizona for 5 to 6 months of the year and a bicycle is a major mode of transportation. However is does not work when I need to get water, do the laundry, get propane or haul the recycle stuff. Now none of these trip are far, it is just the items are to heavy or bulky to carry on th...
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Tue, 12 Mar 2013 15:10:54 PDT
Bicycle tire dome maximus johnsonus We took a bunch of bike wheels and zip-tied them together into a dome Most bicycle shops, we found, throw away old and broken wheels. They still work fine for this project! You could buy them for a decent discount, though, if the shop keeps them. After you have a good number (we used about 40), it...
By: maximus johnsonus

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Sun, 1 Jul 2012 20:50:14 PDT
teardrop trailer's by the bicycle surgeon thunderbolts Hello I deal in recycled bicycles, I believe all bikes should have at least 2 life's. So I get a lot of used stuff, like Kid's trailers , strollers, trailer bike's etc. I decided to try making a teardrop trailer. Well 1 has become 2 and now I'm seeing a pile of Burly, ll Bean, toys-r-us. older wagon...
By: thunderbolts

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Fri, 1 Apr 2011 13:08:02 PDT
A $10 Simple Bike Pannier Conversion for a Messenger (or any) Bag chamnit Store bought bike pannier suck. They are ridiculously expensive, uncomfortable to carry around, and aren’t much good for anything else. For light commuting, I don’t want to have to shell out a ton of cash for carrying stuff on a bike rack, even though my back is starting to argue with me.  Most of ...
By: chamnit

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Sun, 13 Mar 2011 11:28:15 PDT
trailer ball hookup fatcamper This is the completed trailer, the hookup is pretty self explaining and will change depending on your bike. I went with an ABS 1 1/2 in trailer tongue and filled it full of expanding foam. Strong  but lite weight. parts needed will be 1 - 48 in. aluminum 1 1/2 angle bar   2- 13 in . tires from Harbo...
By: fatcamper

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Mon, 26 Nov 2012 11:44:38 PST
Canoe Trailer RedShedProjects This is an update to a previous Instructable which you may want to read to fully understand this one. It can be found here. I decided to publish an update to my Bike Trailer Instructable as I have had the trailer nearly 8 months and, more importantly, it reached the 100th trip milestone the other d...
By: RedShedProjects

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Mon, 26 Nov 2012 15:06:40 PST
How to Bike Commute with a Suit beauxjones “The momentum for going by bike is undeniable,” noted Trek’s Director of Advocacy, Rebecca Anderson. “Growing traffic congestion; skyrocketing gas prices; alarming obesity rates; concerns about global climate change as the result of greenhouse gas emissions; there is interest all over the country fo...
By: beauxjones

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Mon, 16 Apr 2012 07:22:31 PDT
Improving a Tubeless System / converting Non-Tubeless to Tubeless and stealthing out tires for the look of it. ZanTarG On this DIY  i am going to describe how to improve your Stans Wheel set and explain how to convert a regular wheel set into a tubeless wheel set! On the Internet there is the Ghetto method that converts a regular wheel set into a tubeless system. My method is different and weighs less than both syst...
By: ZanTarG

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 03:42:21 PDT
no tool tube flat repair fix dedmann very simple....  no tools needed repair!  no wheel removal! works on all tube sizes! it will hold air for a good while. definitely enough to get you to a shop or home. i learned this trick from a elderly fella....... pay attention to the old and wise!
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Mon, 25 Jun 2012 08:59:13 PDT
Lightrider DIY Bike Light Diyler Made a DIY version of the revolights total cost for one wheel is about 35 dollar instead of a microcontroller i use simple reed magnet switches the two outer rings consist of 18 Led's in 6 groups each all is powered by two AA batteries they are located on the hub the on...
By: Diyler

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Tue, 19 Jun 2012 15:48:46 PDT
Rubberized Armor for Joan of Arc graceduval This is a suit of armor made entirely out of cardboard and bicycle tubes, styled after the style of armor that Joan of Arc would have worn. Materials: cardboard used bicycle tubes (free at any bike shop) hot glue/gun screws of varying lengths acorn cap fittings scissors The entire base is constru...
By: graceduval

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Mon, 7 Nov 2011 22:46:28 PST