Bike to Motorcycle Mod

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About: Hey there! I like to sew and craft and adventure and so many other things I could bore you to tears. But I won't. Sooo well, have a good day :)

This is a simple way to make your bike sound like a chain saw or motor cycle.

Step 1: You Will Need:

you will need:

1. tape, duck tape works best, but other thick tape will also work.

2. scissors

3. card board pieces, plastic milk jugs, or the big plastic ice cream containers.

4. a bike!

Step 2: Putting the Card Board On

get the tape card board and bike ready.


tape you pieces on any where, near the wheel against the tread is the loudest, also putting it though the spokes works pretty well, but it's not so loud.

Step 3: Almost There!

hop on your bike and ride! move around the things for different sounds. keep your shirts on, the neighbors will be lookin' ! (Sorry for the bad video quality)





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    eitaknella18

    2 years ago

    I've done this before, I used cards and duct tape.

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    bertzie

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Back in the day, when bicycles had fenders, they just used a clothes pin and playing card.

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    Mr. Deeds

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I came from more ghetto and less imaginative places, so I always just stuck a pop can on the rear tire.

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    Tim Temple

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Pokemon cards could be put to good use like this! Your younger brother probably has some laying around. I used to have the card hitting the spokes.

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    chivers108

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I did this 23 years ago great fun ! Nice instructable , we just used beer cardboard and a clothes peg attached to the bike frame , letting it make contact with the bicycle spokes really loud !

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    AndyGadget

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I remember doing this when I was seven, back when dinosaurs roamed the Earth . . . Fun, simple ideas like this don't go away. (I think the video should be put up for an award - Best abstract short film ;¬)