I'm in for the anything goes muscle bike build off. Anyone else? Jake is thinking 6 weeks which roughly makes it 1st March deadline...oleskool said:musclebike scratch built bike build off?
im thinking of having a build off with someone as i just designed this frame:
Each builder creates their own thread in the RRBBO8 Build Forum. You use your thread from Day 1 to document your thoughts, your starting point, and the steps along the way. Look through some of the build threads of past Build Offs and you will see that the build off is just as much about the journey as it is about the before and after photos. It's a blast to be a part of!!!!Pushie Pirate said:Sorry for being a dumbo on this one!!
Just found the build off #8 thread and one of the rules says you put all your build pic's up as one thread
so you do this when you finish in one post? So you don't post pic's as you build, is that correct?
Sorry if this is a silly question! Thank you,,,,,,,
Yeah! nice job man!cman said:That would be pretty cool. I built one about 7 years ago. viewtopic.php?f=6&t=11557&p=116886&hilit=tj+flyer+woodieOneHorsePower said:Bump ! Wooden bike build , anyone ? next summer..
Nice! so we could be 4 already up for the challenge , lets try to gather more people during the cold season :mrgreen:asjr0803 said:Wooden bike build sounds I'm better with wood than I am with metal. Been doing carpentry all my life just got into metal working
yeah , i was thinking of wood as what is going to hold everything together (wooden structure) ... yeah using regular tubing and attachements ar a must tho if we don't want the thing to weigh a tone ... (only wood joining the stearing tube / BB /dropouts ) fork i could understand using a regular one for safety if you feel it would not be safeGuitarlCarl said:How much metal? Head tube, seat tube, BB and rear dropouts? I could probably do this too.
I am a carpenter among other things... Plywood Flyer is mine!
ERRRRK! (brake skid sound...) What about the fork?