I had the idea to combine a handtruck with a bike a couple weeks ago and when I found a cheap handtruck on ebay this week, I decided to give it a try. The solution to replace the front wheel of the bike with one of the handtruck wheels solved ALL the problems I had trying to figure out the stearing system. I can tell you it rides even better than it looks. this bike will stay with me forever :) not only for getting beer and drinks, i think it will be perfect to transport packages to the postoffice or getting new gas bottles and stuff like that. the coaster brake is plenty strong to stop the bike even with a case of beer on it.
This took a lot longer to make then I had anticipated! I've wanted to make custom BMX grips for a while, I finally got it figured out so here you go! They turned out great and I have every ambition to keep riding them for the foreseeable future, encase you were wondering. Let me know in the comments what you want to see next!
In the first episode of the season, Nate Wessel and the Build Woodward crew recreated the most iconic ramp in the history of skateboarding, the Animal Chin Ramp. The legendary ramp was constructed in the back corner of what was once just an ordinary tennis court. To complete the transformation from tennis court to skatepark, Nate went to work on designing a concrete street park to surround the Chin Ramp and brought in the boys from California Skateparks to pour some concrete and complete the project. Foreman Santiago Lopez takes us through the creation of two specific features in the new park: a steep corner-quarterpipe and a cantilevered bump-to-bump with some cool concrete finishing touches. Once the concrete is dry and the park is complete, Jake Hayes, Ronnie Sandoval, Peter Hewitt, Vincent Alvarez, Tom Knox and Adrian Adrid from the Dickies Skate Team stop by to check it out and shred.