Electric Drill Bike

Introduction: Electric Drill Bike

About: Hi, I am Griffen. Joy and you will see that most of my instructables will be about Farming, building things to ripp around your property on, blacksmithing, and knife making.

This bike is powered by a drill and goes as fast as a barbie jeep with a low battery. This process takes only 10 minutes.

Step 1: Materials

- Twist Ties
- Drill
- Old bike ( without chain )

Step 2: Twist Tying the Drill to the Bike

First, you get your bike and twist tie a drill to it. The drill spindle needs to rub against the tire.

Step 3: Finished!

Now you are finished. When you turn on the drill the piece at the end (I think its the spindle) will turn and if it is tight against the tire it should spin. Thanks for viewing!

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    12 Discussions

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    johnny pops
    johnny pops

    1 year ago

    How to make your e-bike interesting. I will try making one at home. Normally I would go to the bike shop and buy a cheap e-bike
    You can try buying an ebike <$ 1000,
    It is very convenient for urban circulation

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    Courier Six
    Courier Six

    3 years ago

    I'm considering doing this, and I have to say I like it, mainly because the drill has ventilation ( I've seen another instructable where the drill vents were covered with ductape.). but How do you control the bike speed?

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    milesnorth
    milesnorth

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Nifty and to the point. Wondering about any ideas for keeping the chain and using the battery(drill) occasionally for additional boost up hills. Any thoughts on the subject? THANKS

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    griffenjoy1277
    griffenjoy1277

    6 years ago

    I got it for free from a friend and I completely tore it apart. It looks different from what it used to. It has a different tire, no brakes, no chain, and no gear.I enjoy taking old bikes apart!

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    AbdullahI1
    AbdullahI1

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    hi...really nice project..but could you post a video on how to do it as i cant see where to position the drill (:

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    AbdullahI1
    AbdullahI1

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    hi...really nice project..but could you post a video on how to do it as i cant see where to position the drill.

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    muhammadc2000

    What Bike is that? and Where did you get if from? My bro's old one's a bit small might try this on his old one.

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    griffenjoy1277
    griffenjoy1277

    6 years ago

    Please vote for me in the wheels contest

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    McClay14
    McClay14

    6 years ago

    very redneck, good idea though! :)