This is very cool! Long John Beer Hauler – AtomicZombie builders gallery.
“Made one similar to your Flying Dutchman, but as you can see its a step through, us old folks cant get the leg over. Regards, Mike.”
“Kat & Brad. Here is a picture of my wife’s bike I built for her. It was originally a Hammerhead trike, but I added the rear trike kit to make it a 4 wheeled bike. Thank you guys for such a terrific site and forum for us to learn and display our creations. Thanks again.
This basic tutorial will demonstrate how to remove, grease, and assemble bicycle ball bearings. Although the bearings in a bicycle vary in size from component to component, the installation and maintenance are the same. The following steps will use the ball bearings from the head tube and bottom bracket as an example. Wheel hub bearings are also the same, although smaller in diameter. This and other bike building and welding tutorials are at AZTV.
This basic tutorial will cover cutting a simple 90 degree fishmouth into round and square tubing. A fishmouth is a semi circular cut taken at the end of a tube so that it can be joined to another round tube. In bicycle frame building, it is often necessary to cut several fishmouths into the ends of the steel tubing where the head tube or bottom bracket will be installed.