- Garden bike furniture for the kids….
My lil sis has OK’d me building a ramp for my nephew. What she didn’t know is that it’s already built.
A small kicker about 30cm high and 90cm long. Great for the older one,but maybe little nephew is too small just yet.
I’m thinking building a a see-saw type thingy so that the little nephew can use his balance bike, too,and maybe a up & over type ramp.
Before I set off to the workshop, does anyone else have any good ideas as to what I could build?
My sister is fortunate that she has a massive garden….. 😁Posted 2 months agoNobeerinthefridgeMember
A small kicker about 30cm high and 90cm long
Is that long enough? – for learning on, I always work on the principle (and for building stuff locally too) that the take off should be at least the same length, but preferably a tad longer, than the bike wheelbase.Posted 2 months agoTraceySubscriber
When our girls were little, a long time ago, they asked for some shore for Christmas a trip to the savage yard and a load of timber was delivered and made up into six foot lengths so that it could be carried into the field. Loads of fun was had for very little outlay before the ventured into the nearby disused quarry for some bigger stuff.
Posted 2 months agodarthpunkMember
Posted 2 months ago
Where can I get decent length rolls and not 85cm for 7€?
I’ve chopped it in half and added a box section. Box is 40cm high, 95cm long. Will use theatre hinges to attach the box, or back to original configuration when he’s bigger /more confident.
I rode the original yesterday evening on the BMX…. Whether it was the Feierabendbier or I’m just crap, but I found it a bit intimidating so thought the middle section will smooth it out a bit….Posted 2 months ago
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