- Homemade, CNC'd balance bike – much progress!
Thanks everyone for the nice comments.Posted 5 years ago
Once it’s done I’ll have a chat with the boss to see if he’d be interested in doing a run of them.
Would take a bit of work as I’d have to source tyres, wheels etc and would need to re-work the fork as buying a load of CSU’s would be expensive…
How much do you think people would pay for one?Matt24kMember
Looks fantastic, a top effort and serious man points to stevied.Posted 5 years ago
I hate be a killjoy but I imagine there would be all sorts of CE marking and product liability hoops to jump through before offering a general sale version. This would possibly make a small production run unrealistic.
Clear I hope?
Red, I’m afraid. It’s SD jnr’s favourite colour and she likes the colour of daddy’s bike. Had a couple of prices for painting which were scary (£70-80) and powder coating came in at £25.Posted 5 years ago
edit: Figured she’ll probably bash the hell out of it so cheaper option being the more sensible one
Now on the ChainReaction Hub: http://www.chainreactionhub.com/latest-news/1194-the-ultimate-first-bike-diy-mini-intense-project
😀Posted 5 years ago
The topic ‘Homemade, CNC'd balance bike – much progress!’ is closed to new replies.