DIY Bike and Trike Plans

  • Nick's arm bike - AtomicZombie builders gallery

    I modified a home built FWD low-racer that I'd purchased a few years ago from a builder in Portland, OR for arm power and loaded touring.

    The modification took about an hour and consisted of welding a BB shell to a seat post tube (with seat clamp fitting still attached) and fixing it to the top of the steer tube. Also mounted a rack and bucket panniers. The next day I rode the bike on a 5-day 300mi bike-camping trip and everything held up well.

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    1. Mad7's Avatar
      Mad7 -
      That is impressive, great idea
    1. river's Avatar
      river -
      very cool and very ingenious
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    Radical Brad

    Re: Looking for insperation ?

    That's too cool!
    It would probably be great in tall grass or fields around here.
    Perhaps a version with 4 legs?


    Radical Brad Today, 06:04 PM Go to last post

    Re: Winnipeg Warrior

    You never know maybe he plans to put a shade over the top or a shell or even a front wind screen. Then again maybe lights or even a GPS display.

    darnthedog Today, 03:02 PM Go to last post

    Re: Help on what type of Welder

    You can also explore to find a good welder as per your need.

    dhdavid Today, 12:06 PM Go to last post

    Re: Winnipeg Warrior

    Looks great but I think you need to extend your derailleur tube a tad more.... then you don't need an extra flag pole!

    Sorry, I could

    LongRider Today, 08:47 AM Go to last post
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